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    Fast Facts: Oct. 4

    • As of 2006, Disney’s 1991 feature “”The Lion King”” is still the highest-grossing standard-animation film released in the United States.
    • Disney’s “”Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”” was the first-ever feature-length animated motion picture.
    • The Disney logo was designed by an artist and bears no resemblance to Walt Disney’s real signature.
    • Disneyland’s dress code forbade long-haired men from entering the park until the late 1960s, although the rule was only selectively enforced.
    • In addition to his children’s fare, Walt Disney also produced World War II propaganda movies as well as other oddities like 1946 short, “”The Story of Menstruation.””

       

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