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Walden Media moving into a new phase - New York Daily News 5/1/06

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  • Walden Media moving into a new phase - New York Daily News 5/1/06

    May 1, 2:45 PM EDT
    New York Daily News

    Walden Media Moving Into a New Phase
    By SANDY SHORE
    AP Business Writer

    AP Photo/DAMIAN DOVARGANES


    DENVER (AP) -- The folks at Walden Media figured they really arrived when the irreverent comedians of "Saturday Night Live" did a rap called "Lazy Sunday - The Chronic of Narnia."
    SNL's Andy Samberg and Chris Parnell map out a faux hip plan to sneak cupcakes into a theater showing of "The Chronicles of Narnia" in a skit that was a huge hit online. It also drew belly laughs from Walden executives.
    "That's when I knew we had reached a new level," Walden co-founder Michael Flaherty says.
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    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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