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    Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

    Thank you very much for your report
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      Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

      Thanks for the summary of the Corporate Meeting. Certainly
      Iger has shown some miraculous moments as the head of Disney,
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      a big step in healing Disney wounds.

      Today, Iger really shined, and showed just how diplomatic and
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        Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

        Great report, thank you for that!

        And, as much as I hate to be "that guy," I gotta say: the word is "losing" - not "loosing"!!!

        (Phewwwwww. Thanks. Had to get that off my chest. I see that all the time, and it always drives me nuts.)
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          Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

          Thanks Chuck. I'm really pleased with the Frog Princess. Not only is it great that Disney is returning to 2D musicals, but high time that they add an African-American princess to the cadre of Asian, Middle-Eastern, and European princesses.

          Let's hope that it is well done, and well received.
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            I really hope that this is just concept - she's not that pretty. (At least compared to the typical disney princess).
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              Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

              Originally posted by Saddlesore Swanson View Post
              Great report, thank you for that!

              And, as much as I hate to be "that guy," I gotta say: the word is "losing" - not "loosing"!!!

              (Phewwwwww. Thanks. Had to get that off my chest. I see that all the time, and it always drives me nuts.)
              Saddlesore, never be afraid to point out a typo. I hate the damn things. Believe it or not I go through every store three times before sending it off to a our senior editor in the Bay Area and I reread it after I get it back from him.

              Still, as you can see, things manage to get by us. We do, however, always go back and correct errors that are either pointed out to us or we discover on our own no matter how long a story has been up.

              Thanks again for the heads up. Please note we've made your correction.

              Chuck

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                Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

                Originally posted by BFJen View Post


                I really hope that this is just concept - she's not that pretty. (At least compared to the typical disney princess).
                Well I didn't imagine her to be like that, but still. Jazzy.
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                  Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

                  Don't know how to post a pic to the board, but there's a different still of her here:

                  http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17524865/

                  Maybe someone else can post that pic?
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                    Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

                    Originally posted by Katiebell View Post
                    Don't know how to post a pic to the board, but there's a different still of her here:

                    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17524865/

                    Maybe someone else can post that pic?
                    Actually, posting that pic would be hotlinking it, so please, nobody post it. The link is just fine.
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                      Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

                      Originally posted by NeverNeverland View Post
                      Actually, posting that pic would be hotlinking it, so please, nobody post it. The link is just fine.
                      OK, great, no problem :csmile: Then here is actually a link for a better pic, more close up:
                      http://www.endi.com/XStatic/endi/tem....aspx?n=175894

                      I saw another pic, more sketchy, with her hair down and loose in a pink dress I think, but now I can't find that one. She's really a very pretty heroine. I think the one with the "flapper" style headdress and beads is just trying to capture the 1920's jazz club feel. That period doesn't have the most attractive historical costumes anyway...
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                        Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

                        oops, sorry...double post...feel free to delete this one...
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                          Re: 03-08 Hand-drawn African American Princess debuts 2009

                          Originally posted by Katiebell View Post
                          OK, great, no problem :csmile: Then here is actually a link for a better pic, more close up:
                          http://www.endi.com/XStatic/endi/tem....aspx?n=175894

                          I saw another pic, more sketchy, with her hair down and loose in a pink dress I think, but now I can't find that one. She's really a very pretty heroine. I think the one with the "flapper" style headdress and beads is just trying to capture the 1920's jazz club feel. That period doesn't have the most attractive historical costumes anyway...
                          Ok THAT is such a cool picture! Can I say that her dress reminds me of Tinker Bell? I'm so excited for "real" animation again!!
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