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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Walt Disney.
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  • Bobby Driscoll [r]: Former, academy-awarded child actor of the 1940s and 1950; best known for his performances in some famous Walt Disney pictures. [e]
  • California, history since 1846 [r]: Brief history of the Union's thirty-first state from 1846 to the present day. [e]
  • Cryonics [r]: The low-temperature preservation of corpses in the vague hope that resuscitation may eventually become possible in the future. [e]
  • Disneyland [r]: Theme park in Anaheim, California (opened 1955). [e]
  • Elton John [r]: (b. 25 March 1947) English singer-songwriter, composer and pianist, born Reginald Kenneth Dwight. [e]
  • Famous dogs [r]: Annotated history of real canines notable in their own right. [e]
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  • Luana Patten [r]: Former child and adult actress, known as one half Walt Disney's "Sweetheart Team" along with child actor Bobby Driscoll. [e]
  • Manga [r]: Japanese or Japanese-style comics. [e]
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