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Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

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  • Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

    Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

    Which movies have been shown and which ones are coming up soon?

    Ethan

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    Re: Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

    One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Parent Trap!, The Absent-Minded Professor and Babes in Toyland all came out in 1961, a phenomenal box office year for Walt -- (with smash Swiss Family Robinson carrying over from Christmas 1960). The first three (plus Swiss) were all in the top ten grossing films that year (and Babes not far behind).

    I think Babes is the remaining screening to come.

    Too bad these did not get any love at D23 Expo -- or Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (and Professor Ludwig Von Drake), also celebrating a 50th anniversary this year.

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      babes in toyland should be commeing up around chrismas time when i took my tour i larra from d23 told me that babes in toyland is the next screanning
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        Re: Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

        What screenings did they have in '09 and '10?

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          Re: Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

          pollyanna and toby tyler were some.
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            Re: Does anyone have a list of all of the 50 and Fabulous showings?

            The 1960 screenings on the lot included Swiss Family Robinson, Pollyanna, Toby Tyler (I don't think they screened Kidnapped, The Sign of Zorro or Ten Who Dared).

            The 1959 screenings (don't think they had any of those on the lot) at the first D23 Expo were Sleeping Beauty, The Shaggy Dog and Darby O'Gill and the Little People (left out: Tonka, Jungle Cat and Third Man on the Mountain)

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