Disney Films List 23

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How many Disney Films can you name without looking them up?
    There Are A lot 😀
    Be sure to list the ones you know!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
      2. Sleeping beauty
      3. Cinderella
      4. Aladdin
      5. The Lion King
      6. The Little Mermaid
      7. Beauty and the Beast
      8. Mulan
      9. The Little Mermaid: Ariels begining
      10. Pinocchio
      11. Fanstasia
      12. The Aristocats
      13. The Jungle Book
      14. Princess and the Frog
      15. A Bug's Life
      16. Toy story
      17. Toy Story 2
      18. Mulan 2
      19. The lion king 1 and a 1/2
      20. The lion king 2
      21. The jungle book 2
      22. The Fox and the Hound
      23. The fox and the Hound 2
      24. Bambi
      25. Bambi 2
      26. The Sorcecer's Stone
      27. The rescuers
      28. Oliver and company
      29. Fanstasia 2000
      30. Hercules
      31. Peter Pan
      32. Peter pan: return to neverland
      31. Song of the South
      32. Alice in Wonderland
      33. Mary Poppins
      34. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
      35. Brother Bear
      36. Brother Bear 2
      37. Finding nemo
      38. Ratatouille
      39. The Incredibles
      40. Monster Inc
      41. Up
      42. A Christmas carol
      43. Meet the robisons
      44. Chicken Little
      45. Spirit
      46. Pirates of the carribean: the curse of the black pearl
      47. Pirates of the carribean : dead Man's Chest
      48. Pirates of the carribean : at world's end
      49. High school musical 1,2,3 (so sucky they count as one)
      50. Hannah montana concert and movie and the Jonas brothers the 3d experience(same)
      51. Lady and the Tramp
      52. The Black cauldron

  2. QUESTION:
    Can someone give me a list of PG or G movies that are coming out through August?
    Please give me a list of those movies and their release dates and a short description of what theyre about.

    • ANSWER:
      7 W G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Paramount Dir., Stephen Sommers; Scr., Stuart Beattie; Cast, Channing Tatum, Christopher Eccleston, Sienna Miller, Dennis Quaid, Rachel Nichols, Ray Park, Marlon Wayans, Arnold Vosloo, Joseph Gordon-Levitt [20]
      Julie & Julia Columbia Pictures Dir. Nora Ephron; Amy Adams, Meryl Streep, Stanley Tucci [21]
      L Cold Souls Journeyman Pictures Dir. & Scr., Sophie Barthes Casr Paul Giamatti, Emily Watson, Dina Korzun, David Strathairn, Katheryn Winnick, Lauren Ambrose, Boris Kievsky [22]
      Paper Heart Overture Films Charlyne Yi, Michael Cera [23]
      14 W Bandslam Walden Media Dir. Tod Graff; Scrn. Dan Berendsen; Cast, Gaelan Connell, Alyson Michalka, Vanessa Hudgens, Scott Porter, Lisa Kudrow [24]
      District 9 Screen Gems Dir. Neill Blomkamp; Cast: Sharlto Copley, Jason Cope, David James, Mandla Gaduka, William Allen Young [25]
      The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard Paramount Vantage Jeremy Piven, Ving Rhames, James Brolin, David Koechner, Kathryn Hahn, Ed Helms, Jordana Spiro, Craig Robinson [26]
      A Perfect Getaway Universal Timothy Olyphant, Milla Jovovich, Marley Shelton, Steve Zahn, Kiele Sanchez, Chris Hemsworth [27]
      Ponyo Walt Disney Pictures/Studio Ghibli Dir., Hayao Miyazaki; Cast, Noah Cyrus, Frankie Jonas, Tina Fey, Matt Damon, Liam Neeson, Cate Blanchett, Lily Tomlin, Cloris Leachman, Betty White, Madison Davenport [28]
      The Time Traveler's Wife New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.) Eric Bana, Rachel McAdams, Ron Livingston, Jane McLean [29]
      L It Might Get Loud Sony Pictures Classics Dir. Davis Guggenheim; Cast: Jack White, Jimmy Page, The Edge [30]
      Spread Anchor Bay Entertainment Dir. David Mackenzie; Cast: Ashton Kutcher, Anne Heche [31]
      21 W Inglourious Basterds Universal Pictures/ The Weinstein Company Dir., Quentin Tarantino; Cast, Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger, Eli Roth, MĂ©lanie Laurent, Til Schweiger, B.J. Novak [32]
      Post Grad Fox Searchlight Alexis Bledel, Zach Gilford, Rodrigo Santoro, Jane Lynch, Carol Burnett, Michael Keaton [33]
      Shorts Warner Bros. Dir. Robert Rodriguez; Cast: Jon Cryer, William H. Macy, James Spader, Jimmy Bennett, Kat Dennings [34]
      L My One and Only Freestyle Releasing Dir., Richard Loncraine, Scr. Charlie Peters; Cast, Renee Zellweger, Kevin Bacon, Chris Noth [35]
      World's Greatest Dad Magnolia Pictures Dir. Bob Goldthwait; Cast: Robin Williams, Daryl Sabara [36]
      28 W The Final Destination New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.) Dir., David R. Ellis; Scr., Eric Bress; Cast, Bobby Campo, Nick Zano, Krista Allen [37]
      Halloween II Dimension Films Dir., Rob Zombie; Cast, Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Scout Taylor-Compton, Danielle Harris [38]
      Taking Woodstock Focus Features Dir. Ang Lee; Cast: Demetri Martin, Jonathan Groff, Paul Dano, Eugene Levy, Emile Hirsch, Liev Schreiber, Jeffrey Dean Morgan

  3. QUESTION:
    How did Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez get their parts on the tv shows?
    How did Ariana and Selena get their part on Victorious and Wizards Of Waverly Place! I'm a big fan of Ariana but i dont know how she got the part, i know she was in broadway musicals before....
    ‱Did that help?
    And
    ‱were they open auditions?
    ‱did they have agents/managers?

    • ANSWER:
      Selena Gomez's story to fame: { In 2004, Gomez was discovered by the Disney Channel in a USA-wide scouting. Gomez appeared as a guest star on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and had a guest appearance – that later turned into a another role – on Hannah Montana from seasons two to three. Gomez previously taped two different pilots that were spin-offs to two previous Disney series. The first one, "What's Stevie Thinking?", was the spin-off to Lizzie McGuire. Gomez played Stevie Sanchez, Miranda Sanchez's little sister. The other show was titled "Arwin!", the spin-off to The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, in which she played Alexa. Neither series was picked up.
      In early 2007, Gomez was cast in the Disney Channel series "Wizards of Waverly Place" as one of the three main characters, Alex Russo. The show premiered to an audience of 5.9 million, becoming a hit. Many news outlets began dubbing Gomez the next 'Miley Cyrus' causing some controversy and a reported 'feud'. Gomez clarified that there was no feud and that she was flattered by the comparison, saying: "It's a little overwhelming, but I think really, it's a compliment. She's obviously extremely successful, and I think she's a wonderful performer ... So being compared to her, I was very, very flattered." Gomez recorded four songs, one of which was a cover, for the Wizards of Waverly Place soundtrack, only one single ("Magic") from the album was released. In 2008, Gomez recorded a cover of "Cruella de Vil"—which included a music video—for the compilation album DisneyMania 6. Gomez also recorded "Fly to Your Heart" for the 2008 animated film Tinker Bell. In July 2008, before Gomez' sixteenth birthday, she signed a recording deal with Hollywood Records, a music label owned by Disney. In May, of the same year, Gomez was featured, with Forever the Sickest Kids, on a duet version of the non-album song "Whoa Oh!". The same year Gomez appeared in Another Cinderella Story, the direct-to-DVD sequel to the 2004 Hilary Duff film, opposite Drew Seeley. She also had a minor voiceover role as one the Mayor's ninety-six daughters in Horton Hears a Who! which released in March of that year. In April, Lacey Rose, of Forbes ranked Gomez as being fifth on their "Eight Hot Kid Stars To Watch" list; and Rose described Gomez as having been "a multi-talented teen". }

      Ariana Grande's story to fame: { In her early years, she has been a soloist with various symphonies including South Florida’s Philharmonic, Pops and Symphonia Orchestras, and has had repeated appearances singing at NYC’s own Birdland. Ariana performed the National Anthem for the first live Fox Sports broadcast of the Anthem for the Florida Panther’s hockey league at age eight, her first National TV performance.
      In 2010, she created the original role of Miriam in the reading of the new musical, Cuba Libre, written and produced by Desmond Child.
      Grande played the character Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon television show Victorious, which premiered in March 2010. Grande was also featured in Dream Magazine as the cover girl for the August 2011 issue. In 2011, Ariana voiced an animated fairy, Princess Diaspro, on the Nickelodeon series, Winx Club. Grande also made appearances as a panelist on Figure It Out. Grande starred as Snow White along with Charlene Tilton and Neil Patrick Harris in the Pasadena Playhouse's production of A Snow White Christmas from December 13–23, 2012. In 2012, Grande sang a duet with MIKA on the single version of his track Popular Song. }

      HOPE I HELPED!

  4. QUESTION:
    What should i add to my Summer Bucket List?
    I was inspired by some blogs that i read to make a Summmer bucket list and i just don't want to 'steal' from them. Do you have any ideas. Thank aren't like have sex, try weed, etc. Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tatto with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2 (and maybe more).
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  5. QUESTION:
    Any bucket list ideas for summer abroad ?
    I am spending one month of my summer in Spain staying with another family, do you have any suggestions of fun things to do while there? I will most likely be near Madrid !

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  6. QUESTION:
    Is there anyone who is a gemini born on the 13th of june?
    I feel left out, i am the only gemini in all of my classes.

    • ANSWER:
      Born on June 13th
      LISTS

      Name Occupation Birth Death Known for
      Paul Ableman Novelist 13-Jun-1927 25-Oct-2006 I Hear Voices
      Tim Allen Actor 13-Jun-1953 Home Improvement
      Luis W. Alvarez Physicist 13-Jun-1911 1-Sep-1988 Particle accelerator pioneer
      Jost Amman Engraver 13-Jun-1539 17-Mar-1591 Prolific Swiss engraver
      Jules Bordet Scientist 13-Jun-1870 6-Apr-1961 Researched antibodies and antigens
      Don Budge Tennis 13-Jun-1915 26-Jan-2000 First ever to win Grand Slam
      Kathy Burke Actor 13-Jun-1964 Nil by Mouth
      Fanny Burney Novelist 13-Jun-1752 6-Jan-1840 Camilla
      Simon Callow Actor 13-Jun-1949 British theatre actor
      Charles the Bald Royalty 13-Jun-823 AD 5-Oct-877 AD King of France, Holy Roman Emperor
      Carlos ChĂĄvez Composer 13-Jun-1899 2-Aug-1978 SinfonĂ­a de AntĂ­gona
      Christo Artist 13-Jun-1935 Gift-wraps large monuments
      Shirl Conway Actor 13-Jun-1916 7-May-2007 Liz Thorpe on The Nurses
      Rivers Cuomo Musician 13-Jun-1970 Weezer frontman
      Ann Druyan Author 13-Jun-1949 Co-wrote Cosmos with husband Carl Sagan
      Ralph Edwards Game Show Host 13-Jun-1913 16-Nov-2005 This Is Your Life
      Ray Eliot Football 13-Jun-1905 24-Feb-1980 Illini Head Coach, 1942-59
      Ethan Embry Actor 13-Jun-1978 Empire Records
      Tage Erlander Head of State 13-Jun-1901 21-Jun-1985 Prime Minister of Sweden, 1946-69
      Chris Evans Actor 13-Jun-1981 The Fantastic Four
      Bruno de Finetti Mathematician 13-Jun-1906 20-Jul-1985 Subjective probability
      Siegfried Fischbacher Magician 13-Jun-1939 Siegfried and Roy
      Bruno Frank Playwright 13-Jun-1878 20-Jun-1945 Storm in a Teacup
      Gerald Gardner Religion 13-Jun-1884 12-Feb-1964 Founder of Modern Wicca
      Tay Garnett Film Director 13-Jun-1894 3-Oct-1977 The Postman Always Rings Twice
      Roswell Garst Agriculturalist 13-Jun-1898 5-Nov-1977 Hybrid corn farmer, amateur diplomat
      Red Grange Football 13-Jun-1903 28-Jan-1991 The Galloping Ghost
      Ian Hunter Actor 13-Jun-1900 23-Sep-1975 The Adventures of Robin Hood
      Ben Johnson Actor 13-Jun-1918 8-Apr-1996 The Last Picture Show
      Michael H. Jordan Business 13-Jun-1936 CEO of EDS, 2003-07
      Aly Khan Royalty 13-Jun-1911 12-May-1960 Jet-set Ismaili playboy prince
      Ban Ki-Moon Government 13-Jun-1944 UN Secretary General
      Laura Kightlinger Comic 13-Jun-1964 Comedienne
      Tom King Politician 13-Jun-1933 UK Minister of Defence, 1989-92
      Lance Kinsey Actor 13-Jun-1959 Lt. Proctor in Police Academy films
      Ryszard Kuklinski Spy 13-Jun-1930 10-Feb-2004 Polish Cold War era spy who worked with CIA
      Alan G. Lafley Business 13-Jun-1947 CEO of Procter & Gamble
      Mara Liasson Journalist 13-Jun-1955 Fox News political analyst
      Paul Lynde Comic 13-Jun-1926 10-Jan-1982 Hollywood Square
      Jay Macpherson Poet 13-Jun-1931 O Earth Return
      James Clerk Maxwell Physicist 13-Jun-1831 5-Nov-1879 Maxwell's equations
      Malcolm McDowell Actor 13-Jun-1943 Caligula, A Clockwork Orange
      Jerrold Nadler Politician 13-Jun-1947 Congressman, New York 8th
      John Nash Mathematician 13-Jun-1928 Schizophrenic game theorist
      Homer A. Neal Physicist 13-Jun-1942 Director of the ATLAS Project
      Eleanor Holmes Norton Politician 13-Jun-1937 Congresswoman, Washington DC
      Ashley Olsen Actor 13-Jun-1986 Olsen Twin
      Mary-Kate Olsen Actor 13-Jun-1986 Olsen Twin
      José Antonio Påez Head of State 13-Jun-1790 7-May-1873 First President of Venezuela
      Duane A. Parde Activist 13-Jun-1963 National Taxpayers Union
      Grigori Perelman Mathematician 13-Jun-1966 Proved the Poincaré conjecture
      Fernando Pessoa Author 13-Jun-1888 30-Nov-1935 Heteronymous author, The Book of Disquiet
      Basil Rathbone Actor 13-Jun-1892 21-Jul-1967 Played original Sherlock Holmes
      Raj Reddy Educator 13-Jun-1937 Professor of Computer Science, CMU
      Brande Roderick Model 13-Jun-1974 Playboy 2001 Playmate of the Year
      Percy Rodriguez Actor 13-Jun-1918 6-Sep-2007 Afro-Canadian actor
      Joe Roth Business 13-Jun-1948 Revolution Studios, former Disney CEO
      Dorothy L. Sayers Novelist 13-Jun-1893 17-Dec-1957 Lord Peter Wimsey detective novels
      Robert W. Scott Politician 13-Jun-1929 23-Jan-2009 Governor of North Carolina, 1969-73
      Winfield Scott Military 13-Jun-1786 29-May-1866 US Army general, Mexican campaign 1847
      Leah Ward Sears Judge 13-Jun-1955 Georgia Chief Justice
      Ally Sheedy Actor 13-Jun-1962 The Breakfast Club
      Stellan SkarsgÄrd Actor 13-Jun-1951 Breaking the Waves
      Mike Smith Football 13-Jun-1959 Head Coach, Atlanta Falcons
      Steve-O Daredevil 13-Jun-1974 Jackass
      Cully Stimson Government 13-Jun-1963 Pentagon point man on detainees
      Whitley Strieber Novelist 13-Jun-1945 Alien-abductee wrote Communion
      Barbara Stymiest Business 13-Jun-1956 COO of Royal Bank of Canada
      Lee M. Thomas Government 13-Jun-1944 CEO of Rayonier
      Richard Thomas Actor 13-Jun-1951 John Boy on The Waltons
      Jim Guy Tucker Politician 13-Jun-1943 Governor of Arkansas, 1992-96
      Mark Van Doren Poet 13-Jun-1894 10-Dec-1972 The Happy Critic
      Lisa V

  7. QUESTION:
    What are some cool ideas to put on a summer bucket list for a 15 year old girl?
    I really want to do things this summer that I've never done before. Summer 2013 is going to be the best summer yet! Anyone have any crazy ideas for a freshmen girl this summer?

    • ANSWER:
      this is mine...hope you like it :)

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      16)Watch fireworks
      17)Buy Vans
      18)Convince a stranger I’m English
      19)Go skinny dipping
      20)Make smores
      21)Send a message in a bottle
      22)Water balloon fight
      23)Do a cartwheel in a store
      24)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      25)Spray someone with a hose
      26)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      27)Watch the sun rise and set
      28)Build a sandcastle
      29)Read the entire Harry potter series
      30)Disney movie Marathon
      31)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      32)Go on a zip line
      33)Buy a hula-hoop
      34)Ride a four wheeler
      35)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      36)Make a dream catcher
      37)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      38)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      39)Prank someone and film it
      40)Go to a zoo
      41)Play tag with at least five people
      42)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      43)Make a smoothie
      44)Make a Slip and Slide
      45)Take pictures in a photo booth
      46)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      47)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      48)Build a blanket fort
      49)Roll down a hill
      50)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      51)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      52)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      53)Fake trip/fall in public
      54)Make a popsicle
      55)Put Mentos in coke
      56)Draw with chalk
      57)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      58)Get a manicure
      59)Make a movie
      60)Climb a tree
      61)Epic Pillow Fight
      62)Say yes to everything
      63)Wash a car
      64)Play a new sport
      65)Spend a whole day barefoot
      66)Jump off of the high dive
      67)Skip stones
      68)Wake up once at noon
      69)Make a root beer float
      70)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      71)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      72)Fill an entire color book
      73)Burry a time capsule
      74)Dance party with myself
      75)Teach my dog a new trick
      76)Get my splits
      77)Push someone into a pool
      78)Ride on a lazy river
      79)Make an obstacle course
      80)Climb up onto a roof
      81)Make tin can stilts
      82)Plant a tree
      83)Spin the bottle
      84)call someone at 3 am
      85)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      86)Make fruit kebabs
      87)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      88)Shaving Cream war
      89)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      90)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      91)Run through sprinkles
      92)Go thrifting
      93)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      94)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      95)Pay for something in only change
      96)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      97)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      98)Sleep on a couch
      99)Have a photo/video shoot
      100)Ride a Mechanical horse
      101)Take a jumping picture
      102)Make homemade pizza
      103)Write my name in sand
      104)Dance on top of a table
      105)Tie Dye a white shirt
      106)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      107)Go cloud watching
      108)Make origami
      109)Make a friendship bracelet
      110)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      111)Throw change into a fountain
      112)Paly flashlight tag
      113)Make a summer scrapbook
      114)Complete this list <3 good luck...

  8. QUESTION:
    Are these realistic goals for the summer of junior year any more suggestions?
    i am going to a community college so I probably wont be working on essays for college. my list comprises of part time job, beach, learning to surf and swim(i dont know how to), volunteering learning a new language and learning a subject, learning how to cook(i am a vegetarian), and doing yoga.I am 17

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  9. QUESTION:
    How much should I sell my Disney DVD's for?
    I have 23 Feature Disney DVD films and I want to sell them on ebay. Are there any that are not available to the public (in the vault) that would be worth more money? Which ones are hard to find? I saw some Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Snow White, 101 Dalmations, Fantasia, and Lion King selling for more than and sometimes more than 0 for a single copy of these dvd's on ebay. Would my best bet be to list them individually in auctions or as a single lot of 23?
    I wanted to sell them now, so I can start buying Blu Ray. I don't think they'd become worth more, because DVD are going the way of the dodo.
    I have as follows: (most are 2 disc, platinum special editions). Lion King, Fantasia, 101 Dalmations (animated), Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Monsters Inc, Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella, Finding Nemo, Aladdin, Alice in Wonderland, Bambi, Bugs Life, Pirates of the Caribbean, Dumbo, Emperors New Groove, Mary Poppins, Tim Burtons Corpse Bride, Nightmare Before Christmas, Fox and the Hound, Incredibles, and Tarzan.

    • ANSWER:
      I would say as a lot because of shipping alot of times the shipping charges are what wave me off. What do you have i can tell you if the are in the valult or not

  10. QUESTION:
    What are the true disney classics?
    Can somebody give me a list of what is considered to be the classics? I like them better then the new BS movies they come up with now. By Classics I mean things like Snow White or The Jungle Book. Basically "Pre Finding Nemo", I hate Finding Nemo and Monster's Inc. I was just interested in getting a list of most of them cause every time I try to remember them I always forget some. Please and Thank You!

    • ANSWER:
      Disney has an official list of what is considered a "classic animated feature film". They are created completely by Disney without any other collaboration. Here is the the official list:

      1. Snow White
      2. Pinocchio
      3. Fantasia
      4. Dumbo
      5. Bambi
      6. Saludos Amigos
      7. The Three Caballeros
      8. Make Mine Music
      9. Fun and Fancy Free
      10. Melody Time
      11. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
      12. Cinderella
      13. Alice in Wonderland
      14. Peter Pan
      15. Lady and the Tramp
      16. Sleeping Beauty
      17. 101 Dalmatians
      18. The Sword in the Stone
      19. The Jungle Book
      20. The Aristocats
      21. Robin Hood
      22. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
      23. The Rescuers
      24. The Fox and the Hound
      25. The Black Cauldron
      26. The Great Mouse Detective
      27. Oliver and Co.
      28. The Little Mermaid
      29. The Rescuers Down Under
      30. Beauty and the Beast
      31. Aladdin
      32. The Lion King
      33. Pocahontas
      34. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
      35. Hercules
      36. Mulan
      37. Tarzan
      38. Fantasia 2000
      39. Dinosaur
      40. The Emperors New Groove
      41. Atlantis: The Lost Empire
      42. Lilo & Stitch
      43. Treasure Planet
      44. Brother Bear
      45. Home on the Range
      46. Chicken Little
      47. Meet the Robinsons
      48. Bolt
      49. The Princess and the Frog
      50. Tangled
      51. Winnie the Pooh (the remake that is coming out July 2011)
      52. King of the Elves (to be announced)

  11. QUESTION:
    If only 0.6 of 1% of the population is Jewish, why do they have such a huge representation in Government?
    ...the corporate world and the media?

    • ANSWER:
      Its part of their culture.

      They work their way up the political ladder and control the majority of western media, believe it or not. That's why America supports Israel unconditionally.

      If you knew just how many things the Jews owned, it would blow your mind. FOX news, MSNBC, CNN, Wikipedia, Google are just to name a few.

      Heres the complete list. I remind you this is ONLY the things they own in America

      is a list of organizations, companies, television programming and other things owned by Jews.

      MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN, owner of NY Daily News, US News & World Report and chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish American Organizations, one of the largest pro-Israel lobbying groups.

      LESLIE MOONVES, president of CBS television, great-nephew of David Ben-Gurion, and co-chair with Norman Ornstein of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

      JONATHAN MILLER, chair and CEO of AOL division of AOL-Time-Warner

      NEIL SHAPIRO, president of NBC News

      JEFF GASPIN, Executive Vice-President, Programming, NBC

      DAVIDWESTIN, president of ABC News

      SUMNER REDSTONE, CEO of Viacom, “world’s biggest media giant” (Economist, 11/23/2) owns Viacom cable, CBS and MTVs all over the world, Blockbuster video rentals and Black Entertainment TV.

      MICHAEL EISNER, major owner of Walt Disney, Capitol Cities, ABC.

      RUPERT MURDOCH, Owner Fox TV, New York Post, London Times, News of the World (Jewish mother)

      MEL KARMAZIN, president of CBS

      DON HEWITT, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes, CBS

      JEFF FAGER, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes II. CBS

      DAVID POLTRACK, Executive Vice-President, Research and Planning, CBS

      SANDY KRUSHOW, Chair, Fox Entertainment

      LLOYD BRAUN, Chair, ABC Entertainment

      BARRY MEYER, chair, Warner Bros.

      SHERRY LANSING. President of Paramount Communications and Chairman of Paramount Pictures’ Motion Picture Group.

      HARVEY WEINSTEIN, CEO. Miramax Films.

      BRAD SIEGEL., President, Turner Entertainment.

      ARTHUR O. SULZBERGER, JR., publisher of the NY Times, the Boston Globe and other publications.

      STEPHEN EMERSON, every media outlet’s first choice as an expert on domestic terrorism.

      DAVID SCHNEIDERMAN, owner of the Village Voice and the New Times network of “alternative weeklies.”

      DENNIS LEIBOWITZ, head of Act II Partners, a media hedge fund

      KENNETH POLLACK, for CIA analysts, director of Saban Center for Middle East Policy, writes op-eds in NY Times, New Yorker

      BARRY DILLER, chair of USA Interactive, former owner of Universal Entertainment

      KENNETH ROTH, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch

      TERRY SEMEL, CEO, Yahoo, former chair, Warner Bros.

      MARK GOLIN, VP and Creative Director, AOL

      WARREN LIEBERFORD, Pres., Warner Bros. Home Video Div. of AOL- TimeWarner

      JEFFREY ZUCKER, President of NBC Entertainment

      JACK MYERS, NBC, chief.NYT 5.14.2

      SANDY GRUSHOW, chair of Fox Entertainment

      GAIL BERMAN, president of Fox Entertainment

      STEPHEN SPIELBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

      JEFFREY KATZENBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

      DAVID GEFFEN, co-owner of Dreamworks

      LLYOD BRAUN, chair of ABC Entertainment

      JORDAN LEVIN, president of Warner Bros. Entertainment

      HOWARD STRINGER, chief of Sony Corp. of America

      AMY PASCAL, chair of Columbia Pictures

      JOEL KLEIN, chair and CEO of Bertelsmann’s American operations

      ROBERT SILLERMAN, founder of Clear Channel Communications

      BRIAN GRADEN, president of MTV entertainment

      IVAN SEIDENBERG, CEO of Verizon Communications

      WOLF BLITZER, host of CNN’s Late Edition

      LARRY KING, host of Larry King Live

      MIKE WALLACE, Host of CBS, 60 Minutes

      BARBARA WALTERS, Host, The View

      DONALD GRAHAM, Chair and CEO of Newsweek and Washington Post

      MICHAEL SAVAGE, Talk Show Host, KFSO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco) Syndicated in 100 markets

      MICHAEL MEDVED, Talk Show Host, on 124 AM stations

      ANDREW LACK, president of NBC

      DAVID REZNIK, Editor, The New Yorker

      SAMUEL NEWHOUSE JR, and DONALD NEWHOUSE
      own Newhouse Publications, includes 26 newspapers in 22 cities; the Conde Nast magazine group, includes The New Yorker; Parade, the Sunday newspaper supplement; American City Business Journals, business newspapers published in more than 30 major cities in America; and interests in cable television programming and cable systems serving 1 million homes.

      DONALD NEWHOUSE, chairman of the board of directors, Associated Press.

      PETER R KANN, CEO, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s

      RALPH J. & BRIAN ROBERTS, Owners, Comcast-ATT Cable TV.

      LAWRENCE KIRSHBAUM, CEO, AOL-Time Warner Book Group

  12. QUESTION:
    Anyone know of an all time hit movies from 1950-1959 and 1940-1949?
    Anyone know of an all time hit (or post popular) movies from 1950-1959 and 1940-1949?
    Just one from each ten years:
    1940-1949
    1950-1959
    Can you provide the links too?
    I'm doing an anniversary party with time lines in their lives, thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      That is so cool!
      I watch a lot of old movies too.
      If I didn't list them, they were foriegn or they were one of those movies that everyone says how did that get an academy award and never made any sort of impact in the future -- you will see a LOT of familiar titles here too -- almost as though Hollywood cannot think of anymore newer movies to film, just keep remaking old old ones.
      1. Citizen Kane - (1941, Orson Welles) (Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Agnes Moorehead)
      2. Casablanca - (1942, Michael Curtiz) (Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Peter Lorre)
      4. It's a Wonderful Life - (1946, Frank Capra) (James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore)
      5. The Grapes of Wrath - (1940, John Ford) (Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell, John Carradine)
      6. The Maltese Falcon - (1941, John Huston) (Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre)
      7. The Philadelphia Story - (1940, George Cukor) (Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart)
      8. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre - (1948, John Huston) (Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston)
      12. The Big Sleep - (1946, Howard Hawks) (Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely)
      13. The Best Years of Our Lives - (1946, William Wyler) (Myrna Loy, Fredric March, Dana Andrews)
      15. Yankee Doodle Dandy - (1942, Michael Curtis) (James Cagney, Joan Leslie, Walter Huston)
      17. Hamlet - (1948, Laurence Olivier) (Laurence Olivier, Peter Cushing, Anthony Quayle)
      19. Great Expectations - (1946, David Lean) (John Mills, Jean Simmons, Alec Guinness)
      20. The Great Dictator - (1940, Charles Chaplin) (Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Jack Oakie)
      21. Fantasia - (1940, James Algar) (Disney Animated film, Deems Taylor - Narrator (1940 original)
      23. Beauty and the Beast - (1946, Jean Cocteau) (Jean Marais, Josette Day)
      24. My Darling Clementine - (1946, John Ford) (Henry Fonda, Victor Mature, Walter Brennan)
      25. Pinocchio - (1940, Hamilton Luske) (Disney Animated film, Voices - Mel Blanc, Christian Rub)
      26. Red River - (1948, John Ford) (John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru)
      31. His Girl Friday - (1942, Howard Hawks) (Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy)
      34. Meet Me in St. Louis - (1944, Vincente Minnelli) (Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, Mary Astor)
      35. Out of the Past - (1947, Jacques Tourneur) (Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming)
      40. Adam's Rib - (1949, George Cukor) (Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Judy Holliday)
      42. Bambi - (1942, David Hand) (Disney Animated film, Voices - Bobby Stewart,Hardie Albright)
      43. The Thief of Bagdad - (1940, Ludwig Berger) (Sabu, Conrad Veidt, June Duprez)
      45. Dumbo - (1941, Ben Sharpsteen) (Disney Animated film, Narrator - John McLeish)
      47. Key Largo - (1948, John Huston) (Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Edward G. Robinson)
      48. The Lost Weekend - (1945, Billy Wilder) (Ray Milland, Jane Wyman, Howard Da Silva)
      54. Miracle on 34th Street - (1947, George Seaton) (Natalie Wood, Maureen O'Hara, Edmund Gwenn)
      57. How Green Was My Valley - (1941, John Ford) (Maureen O'Hara, Roddy McDowall, Walter Pidgeon)
      58. The Postman Always Rings Twice - (1946, Tay Garnett) (Lana Turner, John Garfield)
      59. Here Comes Mr. Jordan - (1941, Alexander Hall) (Robert Montgomery, Claude Rains, Evelyn Keyes)
      61. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - (1949, John Ford) (John Wayne, Joanne Dru, Ben Johnson)
      63. Oliver Twist - (1948, David Lean) (John Howard Davies, Alec Guinness, Anthony Newley)
      65. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn - (1945, Elia Kazan) (Dorothy McGuire, Joan Blondell, James Dunn)
      68. All the King's Men - (1949, Robert Rossen) (Broderick Crawford, John Ireland, Joanne Dru)
      70. The Yearling - (1946, Clarence Brown) (Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman, Claude Jarman Jr.)
      72. Mrs. Miniver - (1942, William Wyler) (Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Teresa Wright)
      74. Heaven Can Wait - (1943, Ernst Lubitsch) (Don Ameche, Gene Tierney)
      75. National Velvet - (1944, Clarence Brown) (Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney, Donald Crisp)
      76. Mildred Pierce - (1945, Michael Curtiz) (Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Zachary Scott)
      81. The Pride of the Yankees - (1942, Sam Wood) (Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Walter Brennan)
      84. Woman of the Year - (1942, George Stevens) (Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn)

      Too much info --- go to site for the 1950s list;
      http://www.digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/movie-pages/movie_50s.html

      I've added;
      Godzilla(1954)
      Creature from the Black Lagoon(1954)
      The Fly(1958)

  13. QUESTION:
    Other then the Disney one have any "beauty and the best" movies been made?
    I heard their were other "Beauty and the beast" movies, are there really? Also I don't care how evil/dark they'd be considered. ^^
    Also if you could link me to their wiki page or something like that, that would be awesome

    • ANSWER:
      There are lots of Beauty and the Beast movies and tv series. Here is a list from IMDB, not including the 1991 Disney film.
      1.
      Beauty and the Devil (1950)

      aka "La beauté du diable" - France (original title)

      aka "Beauty and the Beast" - UK
      2.SkĂžnheden og udyret (1983)

      aka "The Beauty & The Beast" - USA (review title)

      aka "Beauty and the Beast"

      3.
      Beauty and the Beast (1993) (V)

      aka "La bella y la bestia" - USA (Spanish title)

      4.
      Beauty and the Beast (1981)

      aka "Panna a netvor" - Czechoslovakia (original title)

      5.
      Beauty and the Beast (1987)

      aka "Cannon Movie Tales: Beauty and the Beast" - USA (series title)

      6.
      Blood of Beasts (2005)

      aka "Beauty and the Beast" - South Africa (original title)

      7.
      Beauty and the Beast (2010)

      aka "Beauty and the Beasts: A Dark Tale" - USA (TV title)

      8.
      Beauty and the Beast (1962)
      9.Beauty and the Beast (1934)
      10.Beauty and the Beast (1903)
      11.Beauty and the Beast (1981)
      12.Beauty and the Beast (1983) (TV)
      13.Beauty and the Beast (1992) (V)
      14."Beauty and the Beast" (1996) (TV series)
      15.Beauty and the Beast (1899)

      aka "La belle et la bĂȘte" - France (original title)
      16.Beauty and the Beast (1908)

      aka "La belle et la bĂȘte" - France (original title)
      17.Beauty and the Beast (1905)
      18.Beauty and the Beast (1912)
      19.Beauty and the Beast (1913)
      20.Beauty and the Beast (1922)
      21.Beauty and the Beast (1924)
      22.Beauty and the Beast (1952) (TV)
      23.Beauty and the Beast (1957) (TV)
      24."Beauty and the Beast" (1961) (TV series)
      25."Beauty and the Beast" (1964) (TV series)
      26.Beauty and the Beast (1969) (TV)
      27.Beauty and the Beast (1982) (TV)
      28.Beauty and the Beast (1988)
      29.Beauty and the Beast (1999) (V)
      30.Beauty and the Beast (2008) (V)
      31.Beauty and the Beast (2013)
      32.Beauty & the Beast (1992)
      33.Beauty & the Beast (1998) (TV)

      34.
      Der Schöne, die Biest (1993)

  14. QUESTION:
    What to put on a bucket list before 2013 ends?
    I'm 13 and a girl whats some cool things to do this summer for a bucket list

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  15. QUESTION:
    Me and my friend are making a summer bucket list, what else should we do?
    It can be as illegal or as lame as you can think of!!

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII
      132) Get my hair cut like Kairi (part 1&2)
      133) Get my hair cut like Namine.
      134) Finish all the Final Fantasy games, starting from VII.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  16. QUESTION:
    Someone should add to my bucket list for me?
    write down your bucket lists so i can add to mine

    • ANSWER:
      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tatto with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  17. QUESTION:
    Ideas for a summer bucket list?
    so me and my friends are trying to come up with 50 things to do for our bucket list this summer, and we need some help! what are some crazy/random/fun things we can put on our summer bucket list?

    were all 16 by the way :) dont be afraid to put crazy stuff!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  18. QUESTION:
    Can't figure out what animated movie i'm thinking of?
    When I was a kid, I remember seeing an animated movie that I can't seem to find anywhere. It was definitely made before 1995, probably early nineties, eighties, or even the late seventies. I remember there was a boy in the beginning who is taken to a dream land in a flying ship. I think he opens a nightmare door or something. I'm guessing it's what the South Park "Imaginationland" was based on. I've looked all over the internet, but I can't find a single thing about this movie. Anyone have an idea?

    • ANSWER:
      i think Pinocchio (1940 film) or not these are list below all animated movies
      1.Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - (1937) (Disney)
      2.Fantasia - (1940) (Disney)
      3.Toy Story - (1995) (Disney/Pixar)
      4.Pinocchio - (1940) (Disney)
      5.The Lion King - (1994) (Disney)
      6.Princess Mononoke - (1999) (Miramax) (Dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (Japan)
      7.Bambi - (1942) (Disney)
      8.Beauty And The Beast - (1991) (Disney)
      9.Akira - (1988) (Dir. Katsuhiro Otomo) (Japan)
      10.The Nightmare Before Christmas - (1993) (Writer/Producer, Tim Burton) (Touchstone Pictures)
      11.Sleeping Beauty - (1959) (Disney)
      12.Who Framed Roger Rabbit - (1988) (Disney)
      13.Yellow Submarine - (1968) (MGM/UA Studios)
      14.Cinderella - (1950) (Disney)
      15.Grave Of The Fireflies - (1988) (Wea Corp) (Dir. Isao Takahata) (Japan)
      16.Dumbo - (1941) (Disney)
      17.My Neighbor Totoro - (1988)
      1.20. Aladdin - (1992) (Disney)
      2.22. Animal Farm - (1954) (UK)
      3.23. Fritz the Cat - (1972) (Ralph Bakshi)
      4.24. Fantastic Planet - (1973) (Anchor Bay Entertainment) (Dir. René Laloux) (France)
      5.26. The Little Mermaid - (1989) (Disney)
      6.28. The Iron Giant - (1999) (Warner Home Video)
      7.30. Heavy Traffic - (1973) (Ralph Bakshi)
      8.32. Song of the South - (1946) (Disney)
      9.34. Castle in the Sky - (1986)
      10.35. Peter Pan - (1953) (Disney)
      11.36. Watership Down - (1978) (Warner Studios)
      12.37. Time Masters - (1982) (Image Entertainment) (Dir. René Laloux) (France)
      13.38. Toy Story 2 - (1999) (Disney/Pixar)
      14.39. James and the Giant Peach - (1996) (Producer, Tim Burton) (Disney)
      15.42. Kiki's Delivery Service - (1989) (Toei Animation) (Japan)

      16.44. Allegro Non Troppo - (1977) (Home Vision Entertainment) (Italy)
      17.45. Coonskin - (1975) (Ralph Bakshi)
      18.46. 101 Dalmatians - (1961) (Disney)
      19.47. A Bug's Life - (1998) (Disney/Pixar)
      20.48. Alice in Wonderland - (1951) (Disney)
      21.49. Charlotte's Web - (1973) (Paramount) (Dir. Charles A. Nichols, Iwao Takamoto)
      22.52. NausicaÀ of the Valley of the Wind - (1984) (Topcraft)
      23.53. Whisper of the Heart - (1995) (Tokuma Shoten) (Japan)
      24.54. The Phantom Tollbooth - (1969) (Warner Studios)
      25.56. The Secret of NIMH - (1982)
      26.57. Ninja Scroll - (1996) (Palm Pictures/Manga Video) (Dir. Yoshiaki Kawajiri) (Japan)
      27.58. Lady and the Tramp - (1955) (Disney)
      28.59. The Jungle Book - (1967) (Disney)
      29.60. Perfect Blue - (1997) (Rex Entertainment) (Japan)
      30.61. The Three Caballeros - (1945) (Disney)
      31.62. Make Mine Music - (1946) (Disney)
      32.63. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad - (1949) (Disney)
      33.64. Fun and Fancy Free - (1947) (Disney)
      34.66. Anastasia - (1997) (Twentieth Century Fox)
      35.67. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - (1999) (Paramount Studio)
      36.68. An American Tail - (1986) (Amblin Entertainment)
      37.71. American Pop - (1981) (Ralph Bakshi)
      38.72. Vampire Hunter D - (1993) (Urban Vision) (Dir. Carl Macek, Toyoo Ashida) (Japan)
      39.74. Gulliver's Travels - (1939) (Fleischer Studios)
      40.75. Hercules - (1997) (Disney)
      41.76. Porco Rosso - (1992) (Japan Airlines) (Japan)
      42.77. Antz - (1998) (DreamWorks)
      43.78. Pocahontas - (1995) (Disney)
      44.79. Howl's Moving Castle -(2004) (Dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (Japan)
      45.80. The Land Before Time - (1988) (Amblin Entertainment)
      46.81. The Prince of Egypt - (1998) (Dreamworks Skg)
      47.82. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - (1996) (Disney)
      48.84. The Lord of the Rings - (1978) (Ralph Bakshi)
      49.85. Wicked City - (1993) (Urban Vision) (Dir.Yoshiaki Kawajiri) (Japan)
      50.86. The Brave Little Toaster - (1987) (Hyperion Pictures)
      51.87. All Dogs Go To Heaven - (1989) (Goldcrest Films International)
      52.88. Wizards - (1977) (Ralph Bakshi)
      53.89. Vampire Hunter D - Bloodlust - (2001) (Urban Vision Enterta) (Dir. Tai Kit Mak) (Japan)
      54.91. Gay Purr-ee - (1962) (Warner Studios)
      55.92. The Plague Dogs - (1982) (Nepenthe Productions)
      56.93. Twilight of the Cockroaches - (1987) (Dir. Hiroaki Yoshida) (Japan)
      57.94. The Fox and the Hound - (1981) (Disney)
      58.95. The Castle of Cagliostro - (1991) (Palm Pictures/Manga Video) (Japan)
      59.97. The Rescuers Down Under - (1990) (Disney)
      60.99. Robin Hood - (1973) (Disney)
      61.100. Beavis & Butthead Do America - (1996) (Paramount Studio)

  19. QUESTION:
    I need sweet bucket list/ awesome events ideas?
    Recently I have stolen a bike and spray painted it and sold it, asked for a McNasty at McDonalds , and ditched someone in a foreign country. I want more stuff like this

    • ANSWER:
      1) Leave my handprints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.

  20. QUESTION:
    What to do this awsome summer?
    Well im writing something on the internet so that takes 2 weeks of 3 months of sommer so what should i do? Im blank, any ideas i plan to make a list so give me some ideas i already have: read a book, watch a movie and go to the pool with friends. Anything else. PLZZZ

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book in a hammock.
      4. Go on a nature hike.
      5. Play some raquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Convince a random person that you’re their long-lost third cousin.
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stick the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches. When they pop the balloon they read the secret message
      17. Melt Crayons
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Go fishing.
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Create a photo journal.
      28. Make a kite.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game. Cough cough Cubs.
      44. Play mini-golf
      45.Create a lip-sync
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play Tag In The Rain.
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do.
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. (Alicia) enter a photo contest.
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82. Go To An Outdoor movie.
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant past midnight
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything
      98. Buy Ice Cream From The Ice Cream Truck.
      99. Go to a midnight movie premiere
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.
      112. Have A Spa Day.
      113. Make a time capsule to open after college graduation.
      114. Finger paint a picture.
      115. Say ‘yes’ to everything for one day.
      116. Carve a watermelon.
      Check out the others on the website below
      Happy Summer
      Alicia

  21. QUESTION:
    Need a list of movies like Balto?
    I, need a list of good animated dog movies like Balto and Disney animated dog movies...Thank, you.

    • ANSWER:
      1 " Balto 2: Wolf Quest" (Animated)

      2 "Balto 3: Wings of Change" (Animated)

      3 "Oliver & Company" (Animated)

      4 "All Dog Go To Heaven" (Animated)

      5 "All Dogs Go to Heaven 2" (Animated)

      6 "Hachi: A Dog's Tale" (Very Touching, Emotional, Sentimental)

      7 "Far From Home: Adventures of Yellow Dog" (Feel-good, Sentimental, I enjoyed this film)

      8 "Bolt" (Animated)

      9 "Beethoven" This is a very good movie. (Feature Film)

      10 "Beethoven's 2nd" (Feature Film)

      11 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey" (Feature Film)

      12 "Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco" (Feature Film)

      13 "The Legend of White Fang: The Wild North" (Animated)

      14 "The Legend of White Fang: A Legend Is Born" (Animated)

      15 "White Fang" (Feature Film)

      16 "White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf" (Feature Film)

      17 "Firehouse Dog" (Feature Film)

      18 "Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure" (Feature Film)

      19 "Snow Buddies" (Feature Film)

      20 "Cool Dog" (Feature Film)

      21 "First Dog" (Feature Film)

      22 "Top Dog" (1995 Chuck Norris)

      23 "C.H.O.M.P.S." (Feature Film)

      24 "The Shaggy Dog" (Feature Film)

      25 "A Dog Named Christmas" (Feature Film)

      26 "The 12 Dogs of Christmas" (Feature Film)

      27 "A Golden Christmas" (Feature Film)

      28 "My Dog, The Thief" (Feature Film)

  22. QUESTION:
    what are some things to put on a summer bucket list?
    i want to make a summer bucket list.....what are some things you would put on one?
    i also cant fly place because this year is my teenage summer bucket list

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  23. QUESTION:
    What movies are soon to come out?
    Like disney pixar movies or just pixar or just disney things like toy story monsters inc and can someone give me a link of all of them
    and it does not have to be sure just rumered or stuff just say that it was rumered though thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      From IMDbPro:

      Pixar -
      Projects In Development:
      1906
      Monsters Inc. 2
      Cars 2
      Bear and the Bow
      Newt

      Films In Production:
      Toy Story 3

      Disney (sorry, the copy/past is ugly, but too many to list cleaner):
      Projects In Development (68 titles)
      YearMOVIE
      MeterStatus
      Alien Legion - Production Company 2013 41,653 Script
      Bizarro Superman - Production Company 2013 31,856 Script
      An Animated American - Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 175,148 Optioned property
      Fallen - Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 78,438 Optioned property
      First Man - Distributor (2007) (worldwide) (all media) 2012 56,124 Unknown
      Grounded - Production Company 2012 74,320 Script
      I'd Tell You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You - Production Company 2012 27,124 Unknown
      In the Name of the Dog - Production Company 2012 221,072 Unknown
      Jungle Cruise - Production Company 2012 145,444 Optioned property
      Monsters Inc. 2 - Production Company 2012 5,361 Pitch
      Nutjobs - Production Company 2012 349,487 Script
      Opposite Day - Production Company 2012 375,777 Pitch
      Reel to Real - Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 517,250 Optioned property
      Stoneheart - Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 126,210 Optioned property
      Swiss Family Robinson - Production Company 2012 17,558 Unknown
      The Black Hole - Production Company, Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 27,090 Treatment/outline
      The Lone Ranger - Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 11,271 Script
      The Snow Queen - Production Company 2012 22,097 Unknown
      The Twits - Production Company 2012 37,990 Unknown
      Tiny Dancer - Production Company 2012 343,218 Unknown
      Untitled Ron Burch/David Kidd Project - Production Company 2012 330,750 Pitch
      Yellow Submarine - Production Company 2012 23,292 Optioned property
      Frankenweenie - Production Company 2011 2,529 Script
      Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - Production Company, Distributor (2011) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 150 Script
      20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo - Production Company, Distributor (2011) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 25,522 Unknown
      Airman - Distributor (2011) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 76,478 Optioned property
      Brothers - Production Company, Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 36,151 Unknown
      Campaign Dads - Production Company, Distributor (2009) (USA) (all media) 2011 284,678 Script
      Consequence - Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 186,293 Unknown
      Flight Risk - Production Company 2011 424,439 Unknown
      Further Adventures in Babysitting - Production Company, Distributor (2008) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 35,435 Unknown
      Game Boys - Production Company 2011 77,776 Script
      Gemini Man - Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 57,174 Script
      Jailhouse Rock - Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 134,699 Unknown
      Kiki's Delivery Service - Distributor (2006) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 16,587 Unknown
      Mother of Invention - Distributor (2008) (USA) (all media) 2011 305,029 Script
      National Treasure 3 - Production Company 2011 4,762 Treatment/outline
      Pool Rats - Production Company, Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 376,079 Script
      The Dangerous Book for Boys - Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 400,259 Unknown
      The Feynman Chronicles - Production Company, Distributor (2008) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 158,031 Script
      The Jane Plan - Distributor (2006) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 344,042 Unknown
      The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless - Production Company, Distributor (2007) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 142,846 Script
      The Occasionally Interesting Anti-Adventures of an Unnamed Girl - Production Company 2011 170,441 Script
      The Transplants - Distributor (2011) (USA) (theatrical) 2011 202,273 Script
      Untitled Angelo Brooks Project - Production Company 2011 573,356 Unknown
      Wings - Production Company 2011 9,851 Optioned property
      All About Adam - Production Company 2010 134,377 Script
      Blaze - Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2010 61,000 Script
      First Ascent - Production Company 2010 237,173 Unknown
      Good Luck, Mr. Anthony - Production Company 2010 196,352 Unknown
      Happy Little Family - Distributor (201) (USA) (theatrical) 2010 291,860 Optioned property
      Hexum - Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2010 310,977 Unknown
      High School Musical 4: East Meets West (TV movie) - Distributor (2009) (worldwide) (all media) 2010 3,923 Unknown
      Mount Pleasant - Production Company 2010 38,805 Unknown
      My Samurai - Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2010 236,243 Pitch
      Nick Rachet - Production Company, Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2010 77,526 Treatment/outline
      Pet Robots - Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2010 374,396 Script
      Something Blue - Distributor (2008) (USA) (theatrical)

  24. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know any interesting Salvador Dali facts?
    Not just the normal familiar stuff...I know all that .

    • ANSWER:
      Salvador DalĂ­
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      Birth name Salvador Felipe Jacinto DalĂ­ DomĂšnech
      Born May 11, 1904
      Figueres, Spain
      Died January 23, 1989
      Figueres, Spain
      Field Painting, Drawing, Photography, Sculpture
      Training San Fernando School of Fine Arts, Madrid
      Movement Cubism, Dada, Surrealism
      Famous works The Persistence of Memory (1931)
      Face of Mae West Which May Be Used as an Apartment, (1935)
      Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936)
      Swans Reflecting Elephants (1937)
      Ballerina in a Death's Head (1939)
      The Temptation of St. Anthony (1946)
      Galatea of the Spheres (1952)
      Young Virgin Auto-Sodomized by the Horns of Her Own Chastity (1954)
      Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí Domùnech Marquis of Pubol (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989), popularly known as Salvador Dalí, was a Spanish artist and one of the most important painters of the 20th century. He was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking, bizarre, and beautiful images in his surrealist work. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters.[1] His best known work, The Persistence of Memory, was completed in 1931. Salvador Dalí's artistic repertoire also included film, sculpture, and photography. He collaborated with Walt Disney on the Academy Award-nominated short cartoon Destino, which was released posthumously in 2003. Born in Catalonia, Spain, Dalí insisted on his "Arab lineage," claiming that his ancestors descended from the Moors who invaded Spain in 711, and attributed to these origins, "my love of everything that is gilded and excessive, my passion for luxury and my love of oriental clothes."[2]

      Widely considered to be greatly imaginative, DalĂ­ had an affinity for doing unusual things to draw attention to himself. This sometimes irked those who loved his art as much as it annoyed his critics, since his eccentric manner sometimes drew more public attention than his artwork.[3] The purposefully sought notoriety led to broad public recognition and many purchases of his works by people from all walks of life.

      Contents [hide]
      1 Biography
      1.1 Early life
      1.2 Madrid and Paris
      1.3 1929 until World War II
      1.4 Later years in Catalonia
      2 Symbolism
      3 Endeavors outside painting
      4 Politics and personality
      5 Listing of selected works
      6 References
      7 External links
      7.1 Galleries
      7.2 Biographies and news
      7.3 Other links
      7.4 Exhibitions

      Biography

      Early life
      DalĂ­ was born on May 11, 1904, at 8.47 am GMT[4] in the town of Figueres, in the EmpordĂ  region close to the French border in Catalonia, Spain.[5] DalĂ­'s older brother, also named Salvador (b. October 12, 1901), had died of gastroenteritis, nine months earlier, on August 1, 1903. His father, Salvador DalĂ­ i CusĂ­, was a middle-class lawyer and notary[6] whose strict disciplinarian approach was tempered by his housegirl, Felipa Domenech Ferres, who encouraged her son's artistic endeavors.[7] When he was five, DalĂ­ was taken to his brother's grave and told by his parents that he was his brother's reincarnation,[8] which he came to believe.[9] Of his brother, DalĂ­ said: "...[we] resembled each other like two drops of water, but we had different reflections."[10] He "was probably a first version of myself but conceived too much in the absolute."[11]

      Self-portrait — by teenaged DalĂ­ in 1921DalĂ­ also had a sister, Ana MarĂ­a, who was three years his junior.[6] In 1949 she published a book about her brother, DalĂ­ As Seen By His Sister.[12] His childhood friends included future FC Barcelona footballers, SagibarbĂĄ and Josep Samitier. During holidays at the Catalan resort of CadaquĂ©s, the trio played football together.

      Dalí attended drawing school. In 1916, Dalí also discovered modern painting on a summer vacation to Cadaqués with the family of Ramon Pichot, a local artist who made regular trips to Paris.[6] The next year, Dalí's father organized an exhibition of his charcoal drawings in their family home. He had his first public exhibition at the Municipal Theater in Figueres in 1919.

      In 1921, Dalí’s mother died of breast cancer when he was sixteen years old. His mother's death "was the greatest blow I had experienced in my life. I worshipped her... I could not resign myself to the loss of a being on whom I counted to make invisible the unavoidable blemishes of my soul."[13] After her death, Dalí’s father married his deceased wife’s sister. Dalí did not resent this marriage as some do think, because he had a great love and respect toward his aunt.[6]

      Madrid and Paris
      In 1922, DalĂ­ moved into the Residencia de estudiantes (Students' Residence) in Madrid[6] and there studied at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts. A lean 1.72 m tall dandy, DalĂ­ already drew attention as an eccentric, wearing long hair and sideburns, coat, stockings and knee breeches in the fashion style of a century earlier. But his paintings, where he experimented with Cubism, earned him the most attention from his fellow students. In these earliest Cubist works, he probably did not completely understand the movement, since his only information on Cubist art came from a few magazine articles and a catalogue given to him by Pichot, and there were no Cubist artists in Madrid at the time.

      Wild-eyed antics of Dalí and fellow surrealist artist Man Ray in Paris on June 16, 1934, photographed by Carl Van VechtenDalí also experimented with Dada, which influenced his work throughout his life. At the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, he became close friends with the poet Federico García Lorca, with whom he might have become romantically involved,[14] and filmmaker Luis Buñuel.

      DalĂ­ was expelled from the academy in 1926 shortly before his final exams when he stated that no one on the faculty was competent enough to examine him.[15] His mastery of painting skills is well documented by that time in his flawlessly realistic Basket of Bread, which was painted in 1926.[1] That same year he made his first visit to Paris where he met with Pablo Picasso, whom young DalĂ­ revered; Picasso had already heard favorable things about DalĂ­ from Joan MirĂł. DalĂ­ did a number of works heavily influenced by Picasso and MirĂł over the next few years as he moved toward developing his own style.

      Some trends in DalĂ­'s work that would continue throughout his life were already evident in the 1920s. DalĂ­ devoured influences of all styles of art he could find and then produced works ranging from the most academically classic to the most cutting-edge avant-garde,[16] sometimes in separate works and sometimes combined. Exhibitions of his works in Barcelona attracted much attention and mixtures of praise and puzzled debate from critics.

      DalĂ­ grew a flamboyant moustache, which became iconic of him; it was influenced by that of seventeenth century Spanish master painter Diego VelĂĄzquez.

      1929 until World War II

      The Persistence of Memory (1931) is one of DalĂ­'s most famous worksIn 1929, DalĂ­ collaborated with the surrealistic film director Luis Buñuel on the short film Un chien andalou (An Andalusian Dog). He was mainly responsible for helping Buñuel write the script for the film. DalĂ­ later claimed to have been more heavily involved in the filming of the project, but this is not substantiated by contemporary accounts.[17] Also that year he met his muse, inspiration, and future wife Gala,[18] born Helena Dmitrievna Deluvina Diakonova, a Russian immigrant eleven years his senior who was then married to the surrealist poet Paul Éluard. In the same year, DalĂ­ had important professional exhibitions and officially joined the surrealist group in the Montparnasse quarter of Paris (although his work had already been heavily influenced by surrealism for two years). The surrealists hailed what DalĂ­ called the Paranoiac-critical method of accessing the subconscious for greater artistic creativity.[6][7]

      In 1931, DalĂ­ painted one of his most famous works, The Persistence of Memory.[19] Sometimes called Soft Watches or Melting Clocks, the work introduced the surrealistic image of the soft, melting pocket watch. The general interpretation of the work is that the soft watches debunk the assumption that time is rigid or deterministic, and this sense is supported by other images in the work, including the ants and fly devouring the other watches.[20]

      DalĂ­ and Gala, having lived together since 1929, were married in 1934 in a civil ceremony (They remarried in a Catholic ceremony in 1958).

      He became a friend to the historian and scientist Alexandre Deulofeu, also born in EmpordĂ  as himself.

      On Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening (1944) Dalí said, "the noise of the bee here causes the sting of the dart that will wake Gala"In 1936, Dalí took part in the London International Surrealist Exhibition. His lecture entitled Fantomes paranoiaques authentiques was delivered wearing a deep-sea diving suit.[21] When Francisco Franco came to power in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, Dalí was one of the few Spanish intellectuals supportive of the new regime, which put him at odds with his predominantly Marxist surrealist fellows over politics, eventually resulting in his official expulsion from this group.[18] At this, Dalí retorted, "Le surréalisme, c'est moi."[15] André Breton coined the anagram "avida dollars" (for Salvador Dalí), which more or less translates to "eager for dollars,"[22] by which he referred to Dalí after the period of his expulsion; the surrealists henceforth spoke of Dalí in the past tense, as if he were dead. The surrealist movement and various members thereof (such as Ted Joans) would continue to issue extremely harsh polemics against Dalí until the time of his death and beyond. As World War II started in Europe, Dalí and Gala moved to the United States in 1940, where they lived for eight years. After the move, Dali returned to the practice of Catholicism. In 1942, he published his autobiography, The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí.

      Later years in Catalonia

      Dalí Theatre and Museum in FigueresStarting in 1949, Dalí spent his remaining years back in his beloved Catalonia. The fact that he chose to live in Spain while it was ruled by Franco drew criticism from progressives and many other artists.[23] As such, it is probable that at least some of the common dismissal of Dalí's later works had more to do with politics than the actual merits of the works themselves. In 1959, André Breton organized an exhibit called, Homage to Surrealism, celebrating the Fortieth Anniversary of Surrealism, which contained works by Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Enrique Tåbara, and Eugenio Granell. Breton vehemently fought against the inclusion of Dalí's Sistine Madonna in the International Surrealism Exhibition in New York the following year.[24]

      Late in his career, DalĂ­ did not confine himself to painting but experimented with many unusual or novel media and processes: he made bulletist works[25] and was among the first artists to employ holography in an artistic manner.[26] Several of his works incorporate optical illusions. In his later years, young artists like Andy Warhol proclaimed DalĂ­ an important influence on pop art.[27] DalĂ­ also had a keen interest in natural science and mathematics. This is manifested in several of his paintings, notably in the 1950s when he painted his subjects as composed of rhinoceros horns, signifying divine geometry (as the rhinoceros horn grows according to a logarithmic spiral) and chastity (as DalĂ­ linked the rhinoceros to the Virgin Mary).[28] DalĂ­ was also fascinated by DNA and the hypercube; the latter, a 4-dimensional cube, is featured in the painting Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus).

      Dalí’s post-World War II period bore the hallmarks of technical virtuosity and an interest in optical illusions, science and religion. Increasingly Catholic, and inspired by the shock of Hiroshima, he labeled this period "Nuclear Mysticism". In paintings such as The Madonna of Port-Lligat (first version) of 1949 and Corpus Hypercubus, 1954, Dalí sought to synthesize Christian iconography with images of material disintegration inspired by nuclear physics.[29] “Nuclear Mysticism” included such notable pieces as La Gare de Perpignan, 1965, and Hallucinogenic Toreador, 1968–1970.

      Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus) (1954)In 1960, DalĂ­ began work on the DalĂ­ Theatre and Museum in his home town of Figueres; it was his largest single project and the main focus of his energy through 1974. He continued to make additions through the mid-1980s. He found time, however, to design the Chupa Chups logo in 1969. Also in 1969, He was responsible for creating the advertising aspect of the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest, and created a large metal sculpture, which stood on the stage at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

      In 1982, King Juan Carlos of Spain bestowed on DalĂ­ the title Marquis of Pubol, for which DalĂ­ later paid him back by giving him a drawing (Head of Europa, which would turn out to be DalĂ­'s final drawing) after the king visited him on his deathbed.

      Gala died on June 10, 1982. After Gala's death, DalĂ­ lost much of his will to live. He deliberately dehydrated himself—possibly as a suicide attempt, possibly in an attempt to put himself into a state of suspended animation, as he had read that some microorganisms could do. He moved from Figueres to the castle in PĂșbol which he had bought for Gala and was the site of her death. In 1984, a fire broke out in his bedroom[30] under unclear circumstances—possibly a suicide attempt by DalĂ­, possibly simple negligence by his staff.[15] In any case, DalĂ­ was rescued and returned to Figueres where a group of his friends, patrons, and fellow artists saw to it that he was comfortable living in his Theater-Museum for his final years.

      The Temptation of St. Anthony (1946) contained DalĂ­'s symbolic elephant, Musee d'Art Moderne in BrusselsThere have been allegations that his guardians forced DalĂ­ to sign blank canvasses that would later (even after his death) be used and sold as originals.[31] As a result, art dealers tend to be wary of late works attributed to DalĂ­. He died of heart failure at Figueres on January 23, 1989 at the age of 84, and he is buried in the crypt of his Teatro Museo in Figueres.

      Symbolism
      DalĂ­ employed extensive symbolism in his work. For instance, the hallmark soft watches that first appear in The Persistence of Memory suggest Einstein's theory that time is relative and not fixed.[20] The idea for clocks functioning symbolically in this way came to DalĂ­ when he was staring at a runny piece of Camembert cheese during a hot day in August.[32]

      The elephant is also a recurring image in Dalí's works, appearing first in his 1944 work Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening. The elephants, inspired by Gian Lorenzo Bernini's sculpture base in Rome of an elephant to carry an ancient obelisk,[33] are portrayed "with long, multi-jointed, almost invisible legs of desire"[34] along with obelisks on their backs. Coupled with the image of their brittle legs, these encumbrances, noted for their phallic overtones, create a sense of phantom reality. "The elephant is a distortion in space," one analysis explains, "its spindly legs contrasting the idea of weightlessness with structure."[34]...I am painting pictures which make me die for joy, I am creating with an absolute naturalness, without the slightest aesthetic concern, I am making things that inspire me with a profound emotion and I am trying to paint them honestly. —Salvador Dalí, in Dawn Ades, Dalí and Surrealism.

      The egg is another common Dalíesque image. He connects the egg to the prenatal and intrauterine, thus using it to symbolize hope and love;[35] it appears in The Great Masturbator and The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. Various animals appear throughout his work as well: ants point to death, decay, and immense sexual desire; the snail is connected to the human head (he saw a snail on a bicycle outside Freud’s house when he first met Sigmund Freud); and locusts are a symbol of waste and fear.[35]

      His fascination with ants has a strange explanation. When DalĂ­ was a young boy he had a pet bat. One day he discovered his bat was dead, and was covered in ants. He thus developed a fascination with and fear of ants.

      Endeavors outside painting

      Rinoceronte vestido con puntillas (1956), Puerto JosĂ© BanĂșsDalĂ­ was a versatile artist, not limiting himself only to painting in his artistic endeavors. Some of his more popular artistic works are sculptures and other objects, and he is also noted for his contributions to theatre, fashion, and photography, among other areas.

      Two of the most popular objects of the surrealist movement were the Lobster Telephone and the Mae West Lips Sofa, completed by DalĂ­ in 1936 and 1937, respectively. The Scottish patron Edward James commissioned both of these pieces from DalĂ­; James, an eccentric who had inherited a large English estate when he was five, was one of the foremost supporters of the surrealists in the 1930s.[36] "Lobsters and telephones had strong sexual connotations for [DalĂ­]" according to the display caption for the Lobster Telephone at the Tate Gallery, "and he drew a close analogy between food and sex."[37] The telephone was functional, and James purchased four of them from DalĂ­ to replace the phones in his retreat home. One now appears at the Tate Gallery; the second can be found at the German Telephone Museum in Frankfurt; the third belongs to the Edward James Foundation; and the fourth is at the National Gallery of Australia.[36]

      Gala in the window (1933), MarbellaThe wood and satin Mae West Lips Sofa was shaped after the lips of actress Mae West, whom DalĂ­ apparently found fascinating.[18] West was previously the subject of DalĂ­'s 1935 painting The Face of Mae West. The Mae West Lips Sofa currently resides at the Brighton and Hove Museum in England.

      During the years 1941 and 1970 Dali was also responsible for creating a beautiful ensemble of jewels, 39 in total. The jewels created are intricate and many contain actual moving parts. The most famous jewel created by Dali is "The Royal Heart". This particular jewel is crafted using gold and is encrusted with forty-six rubies, forty-two diamonds and four emeralds. This remarkable piece of art is highlighted by the fact that the jewel is created in such a way that the center "beats" much like a real heart and making the viewing of this jewel quite the experience. Dali himself commented that "Without an audience, without the presence of spectators, these jewels would not fulfill the function for which they came into being. the viewer, then, is the ultimate artist." (Dali, 1959.) The Dali —Joies (The Jewels of Dali) collection can be seen at the Dali Theater Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain, where it is on permanent exhibition.

      In theatre, Dalí is remembered for constructing the scenery for García Lorca's 1927 romantic play Mariana Pineda.[38] For Bacchanale (1939), a ballet based on and set to the music of Richard Wagner's 1845 opera TannhÀuser, Dalí provided both the set design and the libretto.[39] Bacchanale was followed by set designs for Labyrinth in 1941 and The Three-Cornered Hat in 1949.[40]

      Dalí also delved into the realms of filmmaking, most notably playing large roles in the production of Un Chien Andalou, a 17-minute French art film co-written with Luis Buñuel which is widely remembered for its graphic opening scene simulating the slashing of a human eyeball with a razor. Dalí's other major film work is the Disney cartoon production Destino; clocking in at a mere six minutes, it contains dream-like images of strange figures flying and walking about. Dalí also designed the dream sequence in Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound which heavily delves into themes of psychoanalysis.

      DalĂ­ built a repertoire in the fashion and photography industries as well. In fashion, his cooperation with the Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli is well-known, where DalĂ­ was hired by Schiaparelli to produce a white dress with a lobster print. Other designs DalĂ­ made for her include a shoe-shaped hat and a pink belt with lips for a buckle. He was also involved in creating textile designs and perfume bottles. With Christian Dior in 1950, DalĂ­ created a special "costume for the year 2045."[39] Photographers with whom he collaborated include Man Ray, BrassaĂŻ, Cecil Beaton, and Philippe Halsman.

      A photograph from the Dalí Atomica series (1948) by Philippe HalsmanWith Man Ray and Brassaï, Dalí photographed nature, while with the others he explored a range of obscure topics, including with Halsman the Dalí Atomica series (1948)—inspired by his painting Leda Atomica—which in one photograph depicts "a painter’s easel, three cats, a bucket of water and Dalí himself floating in the air."[39]

      References to DalĂ­ in the context of science are made in terms of his fascination with the paradigm shift that accompanied the birth of quantum mechanics in the twentieth century. Inspired by Werner Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle, in 1958 he wrote in his "Anti-Matter Manifesto": "In the Surrealist period I wanted to create the iconography of the interior world and the world of the marvelous, of my father Freud. Today the exterior world and that of physics, has transcended the one of psychology. My father today is Dr. Heisenberg."[41]

      The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory (1954) was DalĂ­'s way of ushering in the new science of physics above psychologyIn this respect, The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, which appeared in 1954, in hearkening back to The Persistence of Memory and portraying that painting in fragmentation and disintegration, summarizes DalĂ­'s acknowledgment of the new science.[41]

      Architectural achievements include his Port Lligat house near CadaquĂ©s as well as the Dream of Venus surrealist pavilion at the 1939 World's Fair which contained within it a number of unusual sculptures and statues. His literary works include The Secret Life of Salvador DalĂ­ (1942), Diary of a Genius (1952–1963), and Oui: The Paranoid-Critical Revolution (1927–1933). The artist worked extensively in the graphic arts producing many etchings and lithographs. While his early work in printmaking is equal in quality to his important paintings as he grew older, he would sell the rights to images but not be involved in the print-production itself. In addition, a large number of unauthorized fakes were produced in the eighties and nineties thus further confusing the DalĂ­ print market.

      Politics and personality
      Salvador DalĂ­'s politics played a significant role in his emergence as an artist. He has sometimes been portrayed as a fascist supporter.[23][42] AndrĂ© Breton, in particular, nicknamed him "Avida Dollars" (an anagram) and made a strong effort to dissociate his name from surrealists proper. The reality is probably somewhat more complex; in any event, he was probably not an antisemite, that he was a friendly acquaintance of famed architect and designer Paul LĂĄszlĂł, who was Jewish. He also professed great admiration for Freud (whom he met), and Einstein, both Jewish, as can be verified throughout his writings. In his critical review of DalĂ­'s autobiography Secret Life, George Orwell wrote "One ought to be able to hold in one’s head simultaneously the two facts that DalĂ­ is a good draughtsman and a disgusting human being."[43]

      In his youth, DalĂ­ embraced for a time both anarchism and communism. His writings account various anecdotes of making radical political statements more to shock listeners than from any deep conviction, which was in keeping with DalĂ­'s allegiance to the Dada movement. As he grew older his political allegiances changed, especially as the Surrealist movement went through transformations under the leadership of the Trotskyist Andre Breton who is said to have called Dali in for questioning on his politics. In the 1970 'Dali by Dali' Dali was declaring himself an anarchist and monarchist giving rise to speculations of Anarcho-Monarchism.

      While in New York in 1942, he denounced his surrealist, colleague filmmaker Luis Buñuel as an atheist, causing Buñuel to be fired from his position at the Museum of Modern Art and subsequently blacklisted from the American film industry.[44]

      Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936)With the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, Dalí fled from fighting and refused to align himself with any group. Likewise, after World War II, George Orwell criticized Dalí for "scuttl[ing] off like rat as soon as France is in danger" after Dalí prospered there for years: "When the European War approaches he has one preoccupation only: how to find a place which has good cookery and from which he can make a quick bolt if danger comes too near."[43] After his return to Catalonia after World War II, Dalí became closer to the Franco regime. Some of Dalí's statements supported the Franco regime, congratulating Franco for his actions aimed "at clearing Spain of destructive forces". Dalí sent telegrams to Franco, "praising him for signing death warrants for political prisoners."[23] Dalí even painted a portrait of Franco's grand-daughter. It is impossible to determine whether his tributes to Franco were sincere or whimsical; he also once sent a telegram praising the Conducător, Romanian Communist leader Nicolae CeauƟescu, for his adoption of a scepter as part of his regalia. The Romanian daily newspaper Scünteia published it, without suspecting its mocking aspect. Dalí's eccentricities were tolerated by the Franco regime, since not many world-famous artists would accept living in Spain. One of Dalí's few possible bits of open disobedience was his continued praise of Federico García Lorca even in the years when Lorca's works were banned.[14]

      DalĂ­ was a colorful and imposing presence in his ever-present long cape, walking stick, haughty expression, and upturned waxed mustache, famous for having said that "every morning upon awakening, I experience a supreme pleasure: that of being Salvador DalĂ­."[45]. The entertainer Cher and her husband Sonny Bono, when young, came to a party at DalĂ­'s expensive residence in New York's Plaza Hotel and were startled when Cher sat down on an oddly-shaped sexual vibrator left in an easy chair. When signing autographs for fans, DalĂ­ would always keep their pens. When interviewed by Mike Wallace on his Sixty Minutes television show, DalĂ­ kept referring to himself in the third person, and told the startled Mr. Wallace matter-of factly that "DalĂ­ is immortal and will not die". During another television appearance, on the Tonight Show, DalĂ­ carried with him a leather rhinoceros and refused to sit upon anything else.

      Listing of selected works
      DalĂ­ produced over 1,500 paintings in his career,[46] in addition to producing illustrations for books, lithographs, designs for theater sets and costumes, a great number of drawings, dozens of sculptures, and various other projects, including an animated cartoon for Disney. Below is a chronological sample of important and representative work, as well as some notes on what DalĂ­ did in particular years:[1]

      The Philadelphia Museum of Art used a surreal entrance display including its steps, for the 2005 Salvador Dali exhibitionIn Carlos Lozano's biography, Sex, Surrealism, Dalí, and Me, produced by the collaboration of Clifford Thurlow, Lozano makes it clear that Dalí never stopped being a surrealist. As Dalí said of himself: "the only difference between me and the surrealists is that I am a surrealist."[22] Everything, including his support for Franco and telegrams to CeauƟescu must be seen in this light.

      1910 Landscape Near Figueras
      1913 Vilabertin
      1916 Fiesta in Figueras (begun 1914)
      1917 View of Cadaqués with Shadow of Mount Pani
      1918 Crepuscular Old Man (begun 1917)
      1919 Port of Cadaqués (Night) (begun 1918) and Self-portrait in the Studio
      1920 The Artist’s Father at Llane Beach and View of PortdoguĂ© (Port Aluger)
      1921 The Garden of Llaner (Cadaqués) (begun 1920) and Self-portrait
      1922 Cabaret Scene and Night Walking Dreams
      1923 Self Portrait with L'Humanite and Cubist Self Portrait with La Publicitat
      1924 Still Life (Syphon and Bottle of Rum) (for García Lorca) and Portrait of Luis Buñuel
      1925 Large Harlequin and Small Bottle of Rum, and a series of fine portraits of his sister Anna Maria, most notably Figure At A Window
      1926 Basket of Bread and Girl from Figueres
      1927 Composition With Three Figures (Neo-Cubist Academy) and Honey is Sweeter Than Blood (his first important surrealist work)
      1929 Un chien andalou (An Andalusian Dog) film in collaboration with Luis Buñuel, The Lugubrious Game, The Great Masturbator, The First Days of Spring, and The Profanation of the Host
      1930 L'Âge d'Or (The Golden Age) film in collaboration with Luis Buñuel
      1931 The Persistence of Memory (his most famous work, featuring the "melting clocks"), The Old Age of William Tell, and William Tell and Gradiva
      1932 The Spectre of Sex Appeal, The Birth of Liquid Desires, Anthropomorphic Bread, and Fried Eggs on the Plate without the Plate. The Invisible Man (begun 1929) completed (although not to DalĂ­'s own satisfaction).
      1933 Retrospective Bust of a Woman (mixed media sculpture collage) and Portrait of Gala With Two Lamb Chops Balanced on Her Shoulder, Gala in the window
      1934 The Ghost of Vermeer of Delft Which Can Be Used As a Table and A Sense of Speed
      1935 Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus and The Face of Mae West
      1936 Autumn Cannibalism, Lobster Telephone, Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) and two works titled Morphological Echo (the first of which began in 1934).
      1937 Metamorphosis of Narcissus, Swans Reflecting Elephants, The Burning Giraffe, Sleep, The Enigma of Hitler, and Mae West Lips Sofa
      1938 The Sublime Moment and Apparition of a Face and Fruit Dish on the Beach
      1940 The Slave Market with Disappearing Bust of Voltaire, The Face of War
      1943 The Poetry of America and Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man
      1944 Galarina and Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening
      1944–1948 Hidden Faces, a novel
      1945, Basket of Bread—Rather Death Than Shame and Fountain of Milk Flowing Uselessly on Three Shoes; This year Dalí collaborated with Alfred Hitchcock on a dream sequence to the film Spellbound, to mutual dissatisfaction.
      1946 The Temptation of St. Anthony
      1948 "Les Elephants"
      1949 Leda Atomica and The Madonna of Port Lligat. DalĂ­ returned to Catalonia this year.
      1951 Christ of St. John of the Cross and Exploding Raphaelesque Head.
      1952 Galatea of the Spheres
      1954 The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory (begun in 1952), Corpus Hypercubus Crucifixion and Young Virgin Auto-Sodomized by the Horns of Her Own Chastity.
      1955 The Sacrament of the Last Supper, Lonesome Echo, record album cover for Jackie Gleason
      1956 Still Life Moving Fast, Rinoceronte vestido con puntillas
      1958 The Rose
      1959 The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus.
      1960 DalĂ­ began work on the Teatro-Museo Gala Salvador DalĂ­
      1965 DalĂ­ donates a gouache, ink and pencil drawing of the Crucifixion to the Rikers Island jail in New York City. The drawing hung in the inmate dining room from 1965 to 1981.[47]
      1967 Tuna Fishing
      1969 Chupa Chups logo
      1970 The Hallucinogenic Toreador, acquired in 1969 by A. Reynolds Morse & Eleanor R. Morse before it was completed
      1972 La Toile Daligram
      1976 Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea
      1977 DalĂ­'s Hand Drawing Back the Golden Fleece in the Form of a Cloud to Show Gala Completely Nude, Very Far Away Behind the Sun (stereoscopical pair of paintings)
      1983 DalĂ­ completed his final painting, The Swallow's Tail.
      2003 Destino, an animated cartoon which was originally a collaboration between DalĂ­ and Walt Disney, is released. Production on Destino began in 1945.
      The largest collections of DalĂ­'s work are at the DalĂ­ Theatre and Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain, followed by the Salvador DalĂ­ Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida which contains the collection of A. Reynolds Morse & Eleanor R. Morse. Other particularly significant collections include the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, and the Salvador DalĂ­ Gallery in Pacific Palisades, California. Espace DalĂ­ in Montmartre, Paris, France, as well as the DalĂ­ Universe in London, England, contain a large collection of his drawings and sculptures.

      The unlikeliest venue for DalĂ­'s work was the Rikers Island jail in New York City; a sketch of the Crucifixion he donated to the jail hung in the inmate dining room for 16 years before it was moved to the prison lobby for safekeeping. The drawing was stolen in March 2003 and has not been recovered.[47]

      References
      ^ a b DalĂ­, Salvador. (2000) DalĂ­: 16 Art Stickers, Courier Dover Publications. ISBN 0-486-41074-9.
      ^ Ian Gibson (1997). The Shameful Life of Salvador Dali. W. W. Norton & Company. Gibson found out that "DalĂ­" (and its many variants) is an extremely common surname in Arab countries like Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria or Egypt. On the other hand, also according to Gibson, DalĂ­'s mother family, the DomĂšnech of Barcelona, had Jewish roots.
      ^ Saladyga, Stephen Francis. "The Mindset of Salvador DalĂ­". lamplighter (Niagara University). Vol. 1 No. 3, Summer 2006. Retrieved July 22, 2006.
      ^ According to his birth certificate. Salvador DalĂ­ astrological chart on astrotheme.fr. Accessed 30 September 2006.
      ^ DalĂ­, The Secret Life of Salvador DalĂ­, 1948, London: Vision Press, p.33
      ^ a b c d e f Llongueras, Lluís. (2004) Dalí, Ediciones B — Mexico. ISBN 84-666-1343-9.
      ^ a b Rojas, Carlos. Salvador DalĂ­, Or the Art of Spitting on Your Mother's Portrait, Penn State Press (1993). ISBN 0-271-00842-3.
      ^ Salvador DalĂ­. SINA.com. Retrieved on July 31, 2006.
      ^ Salvador DalĂ­ biography on astrodatabank.com. Accessed 30 September 2006.
      ^ DalĂ­, Secret Life, p.2
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      ^ Dalí Biography 1904–1989 — Part Two. Retrieved on 2006-09-30.
      ^ Dalí, Secret Life, pp.152–3
      ^ a b Bosquet, Alain, Conversations with DalĂ­, 1969. p. 19. (Portable Document File)
      ^ a b c Salvador DalĂ­: Olga's Gallery. Retrieved on July 22, 2006.
      ^ Hodge, Nicola, and Libby Anson. The A–Z of Art: The World's Greatest and Most Popular Artists and Their Works. California: Thunder Bay Press, 1996. Online citation.
      ^ Koller, Michael. Un Chien Andalou. senses of cinema January 2001. Retrieved on July 26, 2006.
      ^ a b c Shelley, Landry. "DalĂ­ Wows Crowd in Philadelphia". Unbound (The College of New Jersey) Spring 2005. Retrieved on July 22, 2006.
      ^ Clocking in with Salvador Dalí: Salvador Dalí’s Melting Watches (PDF) from the Salvador Dalí Museum. Retrieved on August 19, 2006.
      ^ a b Salvador DalĂ­, La ConquĂȘte de l’irrationnel (Paris: Éditions surrĂ©alistes, 1935), p. 25.
      ^ Jackaman, Rob. (1989) Course of English Surrealist Poetry Since the 1930s, Edwin Mellen Press. ISBN 0-88946-932-6.
      ^ a b Artcyclopedia: Salvador DalĂ­. Retrieved September 4, 2006.
      ^ a b c Navarro, Vicente, Ph.D. "The Jackboot of Dada: Salvador DalĂ­, Fascist". Counterpunch. December 6, 2003. Retrieved July 22, 2006.
      ^ LĂłpez, Ignacio Javier. The Old Age of William Tell (A study of Buñuel's Tristana). MLN 116 (2001): 295–314.
      ^ The Phantasmagoric Universe—Espace Dalí À Montmartre. Bonjour Paris. Retrieved on August 22, 2006.
      ^ The History and Development of Holography. Holophile. Retrieved on August 22, 2006.
      ^ Hello, DalĂ­. Carnegie Magazine. Retrieved on August 22, 2006.
      ^ Elliott King in Dawn Ades (ed.), DalĂ­, Bompiani Arte, Milan, 2004, p. 456.
      ^ Salvador DalĂ­ Bio, Art on 5th Retrieved July 22, 2006.
      ^ "DalĂ­ Resting at Castle After Injury in Fire". The New York Times. September 1, 1984. Retrieved July 22, 2006
      ^ Mark Rogerson (1989). The DalĂ­ Scandal: An Investigation. Victor Gollancz. ISBN 0575037865.
      ^ Salvador DalĂ­, The Secret Life of Salvador DalĂ­ (New York: Dial Press, 1942), p. 317.
      ^ Michael Taylor in Dawn Ades (ed.), DalĂ­ (Milan: Bompiani, 2004), p. 342
      ^ a b DalĂ­ Universe Collection. County Hall Gallery. Retrieved on July 28, 2006.
      ^ a b "Salvador DalĂ­'s symbolism". County Hall Gallery. Retrieved on July 28, 2006
      ^ a b Lobster telephone. National Gallery of Australia. Retrieved on August 4, 2006.
      ^ Tate Collection | Lobster Telephone by Salvador DalĂ­. Tate Online. Retrieved on August 4, 2006.
      ^ Federico GarcĂ­a Lorca. PegĂĄsos. Retrieved on August 8, 2006.
      ^ a b c DalĂ­ Rotterdam Museum Boijmans. Paris Contemporary Designs. Retrieved on August 8, 2006.
      ^ Past Exhibitions. Haggerty Museum of Art. Retrieved August 8, 2006.
      ^ a b DalĂ­: Explorations into the domain of science. The Triangle Online. Retrieved August 8, 2006.
      ^ Vicente Navarro (12 December 2003). "Salvador Dali, Fascist". CounterPunch.
      ^ a b George Orwell (1944). "Benefit Of Clergy: Some Notes On Salvador Dali". The Saturday Book for 1944.
      ^ "In his book The Secret Life of Salvador DalĂ­, I was described as an atheist, an accusation that at the time was worse than being called a Communist. Ironically, at the same moment that DalĂ­'s book appeared, a man named Prendergast who was part of the Catholic lobby in Washington began using his influence with government officials to get me fired. [At Buñuel's job at the Museum of Modern Art he was tasked with selecting and distributing anti-Nazi propaganda films to North and South America, and he was also supposed work on producing such films.] I knew nothing at all about it, but one day when I arrived at my office, I found my two secretaries in tears. They showed me an article in a movie magazine called Motion Picture Herald about a certain peculiar character named Luis Buñuel, author of the scandalous L'Âge d'Or and now an editor at the Museum of Modern Art. Slander wasn't exactly new to me, so I shrugged it off, but my secretaries insisted that this was really very serious. When I went into the projection room, the projectionist, who'd also read the piece, greeted me by wagging his finger in my face and smirking, "Bad Boy!"
      Finally, I too became concerned and went to see Iris, who was also in tears. I felt as if I'd suddenly been sentenced to the electric chair. She told me that the year before, when DalĂ­'s book had appeared, Pendergast had lodged several protests with the State Department, which in turn began to pressure the museum to fire me. They'd managed to keep things quiet for a year; but now, with this article, the scandal had gone public, on the same day that American troops disembarked in Africa.
      Although the director of the museum, Alfred Barr, advised me not to give in, I decided to resign, and found myself once again out on the street, forty-three and jobless." Luis Buñuel (1984). My Last Sigh: The Autobiography of Luis Buñuel. Vintage, 182–183.
      ^ The Surreal World of Salvador DalĂ­. Smithsonian Magazine. 2005. Retrieved August 31, 2006.
      ^ The Salvador DalĂ­ Online Exhibit. MicroVision. Retrieved on 2006-06-13.
      ^ a b "DalĂ­ picture sprung from jail", BBC, March 2, 2003.

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      DalĂ­'s surreal wind-powered organ lacks only a rhinoceros
      Fantasyarts.net: Salvador Dalí—Historical site
      MundoArte: Biography of Salvador DalĂ­
      Salvador Dalí: a Genius?—Article from Bohùme Magazine
      UbuWeb: Salvador Dalí—Interview and bank advertisement.
      Biography and paintings of Salvador DalĂ­

      Other links
      The Salvador Dali photo library 60.000 photos
      Watch Un Chien Andalou at LikeTelevision
      Gala-Salvador DalĂ­ Foundation English language site
      St. Petersburg DalĂ­ Museum
      A brush with DalĂ­'s Muse, Guardian article, May 2005

  25. QUESTION:
    what are obstacles selena gomez has gone through in her life or career links to article please?

    • ANSWER:
      Gomez began her acting career at age seven, playing Gianna on Barney & Friends. She said that she learned "everything" about how to act while on the show. Season 7 of Barney & Friends, when Selena Gomez was on the show, was held up for some time. Because of this, the episodes featuring Gomez did not air until she was in 5th grade. This resulted in some mild controversy/confusion as to whether she was on Barney in the 5th grade or the 1st grade.[13] She later had minor roles in Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over and the TV film Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial By Fire. In 2004, Gomez was discovered by the Disney Channel in a nation wide scouting.[14] Gomez appeared as a guest star on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and had a guest appearance – that later turned into a recurring role – on Hannah Montana from season's two to three. In early 2007 Gomez was cast in the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place as one of the three main characters, Alex Russo.

      In 2008, Gomez appeared in Another Cinderella Story, the direct-to-DVD sequel to the 2004 Hilary Duff film, opposite Drew Seeley. She also had a minor voiceover role as one the Mayor's ninety-six daughters in Horton Hears a Who! which released in March of that year. In April, Lacey Rose, of Forbes ranked Gomez as being fifth on their "Eight Hot Kid Stars To Watch" list; and Rose described Gomez as having been "a multitalented teen".[15] In June, 2009, Gomez appeared in the made-for-television Disney Channel movie, Princess Protection Program with her then best friend Demi Lovato.[16] On August 28, one month after appearing in Princess Protection Program, Gomez appeared in Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie, a made-for-television film based on the show.[17]

      Selena on location in Paris, France filming Monte Carlo in June 2010In 2009, Gomez did a guest appearance as herself in one episode, of Lovato's Disney Channel television show Sonny With a Chance, entitled "Battle of The Network Stars". Gomez, along with two cast members of Wizards of Waverly Place appeared in a television three-way cross-over episode with Hannah Montana and The Suite Life on Deck, entitled Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana. In February 2009, Gomez signed on to star as one of the two female leads in Ramona and Beezus, a film adaption of the children's novel series by Beverly Cleary.[18][19] In March, 2010, Variety reported that Gomez was set to star as one of the three lead roles in Monte Carlo.[20]

      Music career
      "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" (2008)
      Gomez's first song to chart on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

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      In 2008, Gomez recorded a cover of "Cruella de Vil" -which included a music video for – for the compilation album DisneyMania 6. Gomez recorded three songs for the Another Cinderella Story soundtrack, which Gomez appears in. Gomez also recorded "Fly to Your Heart" for the 2008 animated film Tinker Bell. In July 2008 – before Gomez' sixteenth birthday, she signed a recording deal with Hollywood Records, a music label owned by Disney.[21] In 2009, Gomez recorded "One and the Same" for Princess Protection Program as a duet with Lovato – they both appear in the film.[22] Gomez recorded four songs, one of which was a cover, for the Wizards of Waverly Place soundtrack, only one single (Magic) from the album was released. In May, of the same year, Gomez was featured – with Forever the Sickest Kids, on a duet version of the non-album song "Whoa Oh!".[23]

      Selena Gomez & the Scene
      Main article: Selena Gomez & the Scene
      Formed in 2009, Selena Gomez & the Scene (aka Selena & The Scene) is a pop rock band which consists of Selena Gomez on vocals, Ethan Roberts on guitar, Joey Clement on bass, Greg Garman on drums, and Dane Forrest on keyboards. Kiss & Tell is the band's debut studio album and was released on September 29, 2009 by Hollywood Records. On March 5, 2010, the album was certified Gold by RIAA.[3] The album's single, Naturally, was certified Platinum by RIAA on July 15, 2010.[4] The band's sophomore album A Year Without Rain is set to be released on September 28, 2010.[citation needed]

  26. QUESTION:
    Any totally awesome summer bucket list ideas?
    I'm 13 and my friend and I are trying to make a totally awesome bucket list! Here are some things we already have:
    Go Back-Packing
    Go 24 hours without food
    Have a picnic
    See a movie at midnight
    With A Friend Jump in a pool with all my clothes on
    Try on fancy dresses at the mall that I can't afford haha!
    Make a Time capsual
    skinny dip
    Play hide-and-seek in IKEA
    First kiss
    Do a Chinese fire drill at a stoplight
    Have everyone I meet for a day sign my shirt

    So yeah anything really fun! We just wanna let loose and have fun! Without doing anything illegal btw! Not to many sexual things! We just wanna go crazy together! No boring book or sport things either! We also want a challenge! The whole idea of the bucket list is to do crazy stupid things we've never done before!

    • ANSWER:
      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Build a Homemade tent
      11)Make ice cream
      12)Invisible rope prank
      13)Sleep under the stars
      14)Dance in the rain
      15)Have a picnic
      16)Set up a lemonade stand
      17)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      18)Watch fireworks
      19)Buy Vans
      20)Convince a stranger I’m English
      21)Go skinny dipping
      22)Make smores
      23)Send a message in a bottle
      24)Water balloon fight
      25)Do a cartwheel in a store
      26)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      27)Spray someone with a hose
      28)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      29)Watch the sun rise and set
      30)Build a sandcastle
      31)Read the entire Harry potter series
      32)Disney movie Marathon
      33)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      34)Go on a zip line
      35)Buy a hula-hoop
      36)Ride a four wheeler
      37)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      38)Make a dream catcher
      39)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      40)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      41)Prank someone and film it
      42)Go to a zoo
      43)Play tag with at least five people
      44)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      45)Make a smoothie
      46)Make a Slip and Slide
      47)Take pictures in a photo booth
      48)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      49)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      50)Build a blanket fort
      51)Roll down a hill
      52)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      53)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      54)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      55)Fake trip/fall in public
      56)Make a popsicle
      57)Put Mentos in coke
      58)Draw with chalk
      59)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      60)Get a manicure
      61)Make a movie
      62)Climb a tree
      63)Epic Pillow Fight
      64)Say yes to everything
      65)Wash a car
      66)Play a new sport
      67)Spend a whole day barefoot
      68)Jump off of the high dive
      69)Skip stones
      70)Wake up once at noon
      71)Make a root beer float
      72)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      73)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      74)Fill an entire color book
      75)Bury a time capsule
      76)Dance party with myself
      77)Teach my dog a new trick
      78)Get my splits
      79)Push someone into a pool
      80)Ride on a lazy river
      81)Make an obstacle course
      82)Climb up onto a roof
      83)Make tin can stilts
      84)Plant a tree
      85)Spin the bottle
      86)call someone at 3 am
      87)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      88)Make fruit kebabs
      89)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      90)Shaving Cream war
      91)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      92)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      93)Run through sprinkles
      94)Go thrifting
      95)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      96)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      97)Pay for something in only change
      98)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      99)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      100)Sleep on a couch
      101)Have a photo/video shoot
      102)Ride a Mechanical horse
      103)Take a jumping picture
      104)Make homemade pizza
      105)Write my name in sand
      106)Dance on top of a table
      107)Tie Dye a white shirt
      108)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      109)Go cloud watching
      110)Make origami
      111)Make a friendship bracelet
      112)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      113)Throw change into a fountain
      114)Play flashlight tag
      115)Make a summer scrapbook
      116)Complete this list <3 hope this helps :)

  27. QUESTION:
    What are some things I could put on my "Bucket" List ?!?
    Hey guys I know it's not technically a "bucket" list since I'm not dying but whatever. Lol anyways My friend and I are 13 and 14. We're looking for some fun, crazy things to do this summer. We want to have the best summer we've ever had !(: So please can you give us ideas to add to our summer "bucket " list . Thanks(:

    • ANSWER:
      Here is mine...im still working on it

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      16)Watch fireworks
      17)Buy Vans
      18)Convince a stranger I’m English
      19)Go skinny dipping
      20)Make smores
      21)Send a message in a bottle
      22)Water balloon fight
      23)Do a cartwheel in a store
      24)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      25)Spray someone with a hose
      26)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      27)Watch the sun rise and set
      28)Build a sandcastle
      29)Read the entire Harry potter series
      30)Disney movie Marathon
      31)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      32)Go on a zip line
      33)Buy a hula-hoop
      34)Ride a four wheeler
      35)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      36)Make a dream catcher
      37)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      38)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      39)Prank someone and film it
      40)Go to a zoo
      41)Play tag with at least five people
      42)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      43)Make a smoothie
      44)Make a Slip and Slide
      45)Take pictures in a photo booth
      46)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      47)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      48)Build a blanket fort
      49)Roll down a hill
      50)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      51)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      52)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      53)Fake trip/fall in public
      54)Make a popsicle
      55)Put Mentos in coke
      56)Draw with chalk
      57)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      58)Get a manicure
      59)Make a movie
      60)Climb a tree
      61)Epic Pillow Fight
      62)Say yes to everything
      63)Wash a car
      64)Play a new sport
      65)Spend a whole day barefoot
      66)Jump off of the high dive
      67)Skip stones
      68)Wake up once at noon
      69)Make a root beer float
      70)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      71)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      72)Fill an entire color book
      73)Burry a time capsule
      74)Dance party with myself
      75)Teach my dog a new trick
      76)Get my splits
      77)Push someone into a pool
      78)Ride on a lazy river
      79)Make an obstacle course
      80)Climb up onto a roof
      81)Make tin can stilts
      82)Plant a tree
      83)Spin the bottle
      84)call someone at 3 am
      85)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      86)Make fruit kebabs
      87)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      88)Shaving Cream war
      89)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      90)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      91)Run through sprinkles
      92)Go thrifting
      93)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      94)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      95)Pay for something in only change
      96)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      97)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      98)Sleep on a couch
      99)Have a photo/video shoot
      100)Ride a Mechanical horse
      101)Take a jumping picture
      102)Make homemade pizza
      103)Write my name in sand
      104)Dance on top of a table
      105)Tie Dye a white shirt
      106)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      107)Go cloud watching
      108)Make origami
      109)Make a friendship bracelet
      110)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      111)Throw change into a fountain
      112)Paly flashlight tag
      113)Make a summer scrapbook
      114)Complete this list <3

  28. QUESTION:
    List of things to do in the summer with my best friend?
    My best friend is traveling to Colorado to visit me (she's coming from Texas). We are planning on spending two weeks together, and we want it to be as fun as it can POSSIBLY be. We know the obvious fun things we could do (go to the movies, go tubing, etc.) but I'd love a list of really different fun things we could do. And since we are both 15, no babyish ideas! Of course, we can't drive ourselves around either, so please keep that in mind. Thank you so so much.
    P.S. we are going to a huge concert so maybe an idea or two concerning that? Thanks!!!!!!!!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  29. QUESTION:
    List up to 37 things to do when your bored?
    well maybe not 37, but a good couple!

    also its LASHING rain, so things to do inside?

    Thanks!
    -Rach <*))){

    • ANSWER:
      1. Play my xbox.
      2. Watch a film.
      3. Draw something from one of my comic books.
      4. Browse on the internet
      5. Make new friends online
      6. Read a book
      7. Read comics
      8. Write up ideas for a story
      9. Listen to music
      10. Watch episodes.
      11. Watch crap on telelvision.
      12. Make odd things from paper such as hats.
      13. Do my homework.
      14. Go outside and dance in the rain.
      15. Pretend to be a vampire slayer.
      16. Act out things you'd like to happen
      17. Think about even though your bored life is still good.
      18. Play with my animals
      19. Do some chores that i need to do, bored already may as well do what needs to be done.
      20. Chat to people on msn.
      21. Try to solve peopls problems and cheer them up, its always good to be good,
      22. Paint your nails
      23. Practice funky hairstyles with your hair,
      24. Eat something nice
      25. THink about the futute and how good it will be.
      26. Masturbate.
      27. Watch films i own, you well be surprised as to how much you enjoy them when bored.
      28. Watch disney films such as the lion king and try to pick out subtle subliminal messages, such as in the lion king it says "sex" in the stars.
      29. Excercise, good for you and with music can be good fun.
      30. Practice cooking, but some cake mixes etc.
      31. If you have lots of free credit then call one of your friends on witheld and play music down the phone, its funny if you keep doing it.
      32. Knit a blanket.
      33. Make a video for youtube.
      34. Make a comic book.
      35. Research things that could be good in the future.
      36. Have a bath, its always nice to be clean.
      37. Go on yahoo and try to get best answer . Hint Hint 😀

      Good day! =)

  30. QUESTION:
    Why do White People always complain about special programs for Blacks/Minorities?
    I have assimilated into the white culture to avoid feeling like an outcast. Fortunately I don’t look black so I am accepted by many more whites than most black people. Being a black female is the worst because no one wants you. I have separated myself from most of the black culture because it has become so bad that it is almost destroying itself with the violent, ignorant, destructive characteristics. I am a Tom, so be it. I don’t watch BET or participate in any of the black programs because I don’t want to be viewed as a certain race. I fight the concept of race everyday, but sometimes it seems like a losing battle

    It hurts so much sometimes


    First of all, I'm so tired of white people whining about programs for minorities. We get these programs because we are MINORITIES. This country is mostly composed of whites; therefore almost everything is made in their favor. Caucasians don't need organizations. You guys dominant politics, own nearly all of the country, decide what we learn in schools and colleges, etc. You guys already have this country made in your image so what else do you want?

    Why the heck do you need your own channel like BET? You are on every channel day and night!!! When I turn on my television all I see is white people. Most of the movie stars are white, and there is a horrible bias in Hollywood. Most black movie stars are overlooked by casting directors because no one wants to see black main stars on film. Very few black stars exist; this is obvious because you always see the same ones in movies. Will Smith, Martin Laurence, Samuel L. Jackson, and how many freaking movies has Morgan Freeman appeared in?

    My boyfriend just asked me how it is to be black. After dating me he learned how difficult it really is to be a minority. He tells me all the time how bad he feels for me, but how much better he is treated for being a white male. He always sympathizes with me and tells me he could never understand what it is like to see your race ignored for just about everything. None of these programs even begin to elevate the status of blacks in this country anyway. There is so much ground to be risen, and it is a hard and long journey through the feelings of inadequacy and self-loathing. Most blacks will lie about how they feel about being black, but I will be honest in saying that we all feel inadequate sometimes. Why wouldn't we?

    As a child when I watched Disney movies or fairy tales, I always hated myself because I wasn't a beautiful white girl. My hair was nappy and short, not blonde, straight, and long. My eyes were brown not blue or green. No one wants you, and you lose hope in ever being able to be equal. People don't view you as equal, but only different. You have no idea what it is like to be a young child and know that you won’t be picked to be Cinderella because you are not white. Or knowing that white boy you like will never want you because you aren’t white. And knowing that no matter what you do you will never be equal in this society, you will always be somewhat lesser than a white person. Everyone is white but you aren’t and everyone lets you know it.

    Also, there is the embarrassing history of blacks and whites cruelty towards them. Remember, not even a generation has passed since blacks were openly lynched without cause or punishment to the whites that did it. Segregation was around when my mother was an adolescent and I'm only 23. Do you know how evil white people were? They killed blacks for no reason at all and watched them suffer for recreation. They gave cocaine to them to make them work harder and then lashed out against them because of the behavior it exhibited. ‘Crazed Negro’s attack’ have you guys done any research on the history of racism? There is so much more horror done to the blacks besides slavery. Most people don’t know the entire history and don’t grasp the long-term effects of discrimination and how it affects the moral and position of an entire race. Do you really think that racism still doesn't have an affect on the status of blacks and the mentality of the race? Don't you think we need programs in order to compete in the job market and to gain some freaking self-esteem? Stop saying ‘Get Over It’ because black skin color hasn’t turned white just because the law says we are all equal. You really need to stop taking your race for granted; you don't know how hard it is to be black in a world that only sees in color...

    My boyfriend urges me to push on and try and fight the prejudice that even he sometimes has against blacks. It is not worth it to sit and moan about the position you're in. That is why I educate people and try to make the best of what I have been given. Why do you want to take away what little hope we have left for our future?

    • ANSWER:
      Damn, woman...do you always talk so much?
      I don't think people give as much of a rats-@ss what your skin tone is as you may think. People complain about social programs because they are paid for with tax dollars that no one bothered to ask the tax payers if it was OK to spend. Just like ALL tax dollars spent! Heck, everyone complains about everything. You just do what you are doing -- education, work hard, be a good person....and relax a little more. If some dumb@ss hillbilly does'nt like you because you are a few shades darker then him or her then that's their problem. No matter how it makes you feel, it's THEIR problem. Ever read 'Up From Slavery' by Booker T. Washington? (he is on my short list of people to meet when I get to heaven). You want to talk about someone that managed to overcome the most God awful conditions a person could be dealt --- and he always had a 100% positive attitude, and acomplished more in a single lifetime than ANY of our so-called social leaders and politicians could ever do.
      PS -- my family background is American Indian, but you can call me American!

  31. QUESTION:
    Crazy summer bucket list ideas?
    So me andy friends have done EVERYTHING. We need some hardcore things to do durring summer. Perverted, scary, gross, funny, or dangerous! We will do it!

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII
      132) Get my hair cut like Kairi (part 1&2)
      133) Get my hair cut like Namine.
      134) Finish all the Final Fantasy games, starting from VII.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  32. QUESTION:
    How to spend our last summer together?
    So theirs 6 of us, were all 16 and will be spending our last summer together before we all seporate to different collages. Heres the list weve got  
    °a day where we'll do photo shoots and stuff  
    °stay in a tipi over night  
    °disney themed sleep over 😛 (for fun) 
    Thats all we got :/ we live in a middle of no where basicly and there are no concerts or theme parks close to where we live. Any ideas on what could we do? We live in North Wales if that helpes 😀 thanks x

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  33. QUESTION:
    CRAZY bucket list ideas for girls?
    okayyyy, im making a bucket list and I need ideas.
    im 13 and I really want a fun summer (nothing that will get me arrested please.)
    no love like kissing and stuff that's stupid.
    gimme 10 or more ideas pleaseee.
    thanks

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  34. QUESTION:
    summer bucket list for teenagers?
    Me and my best friend are trying to make a bucket list for summer 2013!! We are 14 and need ideas!help?

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  35. QUESTION:
    Our last summer together, what can we do?
    So theirs 6 of us, were all 16 and will be spending our last summer together before we all seporate to different collages. Heres the list weve got
    °a day where we'll do photo shoots and stuff
    °stay in a tipi over night
    °disney themed sleep over 😛 (for fun)

    Thats all we got :/ we live in a middle of no where basicly and there are no concerts or theme parks close to where we live. Any ideas on what could we do? We live in North Wales if that helpes 😀 thanks x

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  36. QUESTION:
    Making a Summer 2013 Bucket List?
    So what would be some good ideas for a summer bucket list for 2013? I'm planning early like I do for everything. I'll be 13 and I have no social life so... Yeah.

    • ANSWER:
      Im doing mine right now too and i also have no social life

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Watch fireworks
      16)Buy Vans
      17)Convince a stranger I’m English
      18)Go skinny dipping
      19)Make smores
      20)Send a message in a bottle
      21)Do a cartwheel in a store
      22)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      23)Spray someone with a hose
      24)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      25)Watch the sun rise and set
      26)Build a sandcastle
      27)Read the entire Harry potter series
      28)Disney movie Marathon
      29)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      30)Go on a zip line
      31)Ride a four wheeler
      32)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      33)Make a dream catcher
      34)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      35)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      36)Prank someone and film it
      37)Go to a zoo
      38)Play tag with at least five people
      39)Make a smoothie
      40)Make a Slip and Slide
      41)Take pictures in a photo booth
      42)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      43)Build a blanket fort
      44)Roll down a hill
      45)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      46)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      47)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      48)Fake trip/fall in public

  37. QUESTION:
    i wanna watch some cartoon old movies!?
    I am sick and tired of Disney new films like nemo and toy story! I want to watch some more 2d films like the black cauldron, or the secret of the nimh, Bambie, thumbelina, and all dogs go to heaven can you guys list some good Ole movies like these? I have been wanting to watch some.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some suggestions:

      1. Lady & the Tramp
      2. Peter Pan
      3. The Little Mermaid
      4. The Fox and the Hound
      5. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
      6. Sleeping Beauty
      7. Pinocchio
      8. Dumbo
      9. Cinderella
      10. Alice in Wonderland
      11. The Sword in the Stone
      12. The Jungle Book
      13. Robin Hood
      14. The Rescuers
      15. The Aristocats
      16. Beauty and the Beast
      17. Aladdin
      18. Pocahontas
      19. A Goofy Movie
      20. The Lion King
      21. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
      22. 101 Dalmatians
      23. Hercules
      24. Mulan
      25. The Emperor's New Groove

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_theatrical_feature_films

  38. QUESTION:
    I need help miley Cyrus make out VIDEO?
    Miley Cyrus make out Video FOR IPHONE ONLY

    • ANSWER:
      Miley Cyrus is an American singer, actress, and author. Cyrus is best known for starring as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana.

      Following the success of the show, in October 2006, a soundtrack CD was released in which she sang eight songs from the show. Cyrus' solo music career began with the release of her debut album, Meet Miley Cyrus on June 23, 2007. Her second album, Breakout, was released on July 22, 2008. Breakout is Cyrus' first album that does not involve the Hannah Montana franchise. Both albums debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. In 2008 she released her Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert film.

      She also starred in Bolt in 2008, and recorded "I Thought I Lost You" for the soundtrack for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination. She starred in the movie spin-off of Hannah Montana, titled Hannah Montana: The Movie which was released on April 10, 2009. In addition, she has recorded the main single, "The Climb", for the movie soundtrack. In 2008, Cyrus was listed in Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in The World. Forbes magazine ranked her #35 on "The Celebrity 100" list with earnings of over US million in 2008.

  39. QUESTION:
    Songs used in the movies or films.?
    I want to know the list of songs that are used in these films (Disney Channel movies) :
    -Chicken Little
    -Meet the Robinsons
    -Brother Bear 1 and 2
    Thanks.....

    • ANSWER:
      Chicken Little -
      1) Stir It Up - Patti LaBelle and Joss Stone
      2) One Little Slip - Barenaked Ladies
      3) Shake a Tail Feather - The Cheetah Girls
      4) All I Know - Five for Fighting
      5) Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Diana Ross
      6) It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) - R.E.M.
      7) We Are the Champions - Chicken Little
      8) Wannabe - Abby Mallard and Runt of the Litter
      9) Don't Go Breaking My Heart - The "Chicken Little" Cast
      10) The Sky is Falling - Score
      11) The Big Game - Score
      12) Dad Apologizes - Score
      13) Chase to Cornfield - Score
      14) Dodgeball - Score
      15) Driving with Dad - Score

      Brother Bear -
      1. "Look Through My Eyes" - Phil Collins
      2. "Great Spirits" - Tina Turner
      3. "Welcome" - Phil Collins *
      4. "No Way Out" (single version) - Phil Collins
      5. "Transformation" - Bulgarian Women's Choir
      6. "On My Way" - Phil Collins
      7. "The Fishing Song" - Phil Collins (deleted scene)
      8. "Welcome" - Blind Boys of Alabama with Phil Collins and Oren Waters
      9. "No Way Out" - Phil Collins
      10. "Transformation" - Phil Collins
      11. Three Brothers (Score)
      12. Awakes as a Bear (Score)
      13. Wilderness of Danger and Beauty (Score)
      14. "Great Spirits" - Phil Collins (Hidden Track)

      Brother Bear 2 -
      1. Metzger- Opening: Brother Bear 2 – 0:34
      2. Melissa Etheridge - Welcome To This Day – 2:40
      3. Dave Metzger - The Dream – 2:08
      4. Dave Metzger - Father And Daughter – 0:54
      5. Dave Metzger - Nita Confesses Her Fear – 0:55
      6. Melissa Etheridge and Josh Kelley - Feels Like Home – 3:30
      7. Melissa Etheridge - It Will Be Me – 3:35
      8. Metzger- Koda's Wish To The Spirits – 1:38
      9. Dave Metzger- I Love You Too – 2:42
      10. Dave Metzger - Nita's Transformation – 1:23
      11. Melissa Etheridge and Josh Kelley - Welcome To This Day [Reprise] – 1:33

      Meet The Robinsons -
      1. "Another Believer" - Rufus Wainwright
      2. "Little Wonders" - Rob Thomas
      3. "The Future Has Arrived" - The All-American Rejects
      4. "Where is Your Heart At?" - Jamie Cullum (written by Wainwright)
      5. "The Motion Waltz (Emotional Commotion)" - Rufus Wainwright
      6. "Give Me the Simple Life" - Jamie Cullum
      7. The Prologue (Score)
      8. To the Future! (Score)
      9. Meeting the Robinsons (Score)
      10. The Science Fair (Score)
      11. Goob's Story (Score)
      12. A Family United (Score)
      13. Pop Quiz and the Time Machine Montage (Score)
      14. The Evil Plan (Score)
      15. Doris Has Her Day (Score)
      16. Setting Things Right (Score)
      17. "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" - They Might Be Giants
      18. "Kids of the Future" - Jonas Brothers (not heard in the movie, but in a music video in the bonus feature menu)

  40. QUESTION:
    I need ideas for my bucket list!?
    I'm making a list of the 1001 things I want to do in my life, so far I've got 200.
    Meaning I need some inspiration.
    Oh and I've already got and done skydiving, scuba diving bungee jumping etc. etc. so please some original ideas.
    Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII
      132) Get my hair cut like Kairi (part 1&2)
      133) Get my hair cut like Namine.
      134) Finish all the Final Fantasy games, starting from VII.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I

  41. QUESTION:
    how long were each of michael jackson's videos?
    Like:
    Beat It
    Black Or White
    Thriller
    Billie Jean
    Remember The Time
    Smooth Criminal
    You Are Not Alone
    Bad

    ** exact times please(:

    • ANSWER:
      I'll give you a list of his video lengths from his first solo video, "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough", to his last, "Cry".

      "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough" - 4:11
      "Rock with You" - 3:22
      "She's Out of My Life" - 3:35
      "Billie Jean" - 4:54
      "Beat It" - 4:57
      "Say Say Say" - 4:56
      "Thriller" - 13:43
      "Bad" - 16:14
      "The Way You Make Me Feel" - 6:44
      "Man in the Mirror" - 5:02
      "Dirty Diana" - 5:06
      "Smooth Criminal" - 9:47
      "Leave Me Alone" - 4:36
      "Liberian Girl" - 3:49
      "Black or White" (Full Version) - 11:00
      "Remember the Time" - 9:17
      "In the Closet" - 6:40
      "Jam" 8:02
      "Heal the World" - 6:23
      "Give In to Me" - 5:29
      "Who Is It" - 6:37
      "Will You Be There" - 6:06
      "Gone Too Soon" - 3:38
      "Scream" - 4:47
      "Childhood" - 4:40
      "You Are Not Alone" - 5:35
      "Earth Song" - 7:30
      "They Don't Care About Us" (Brazil Version) - 4:42
      "They Don't Care About Us" (Prison Version) - 4:42
      "Stranger in Moscow" - 5:33
      "Blood on the Dance Floor" - 4:15
      "Ghosts" - 39:33
      "You Rock My World" - 13:30
      "Cry" - 4:59

      Michael also features in his own full length movie, multiple guest appearances, the remake of "The Wizard of Oz", his own 3D Disney short film and his legendary tour rehearsals, "This Is It".

      "The Wiz" - 134:00
      "Captain EO" - 17:06
      "Moonwalker" - 88:00
      "Men in Black II" - Guest Appearance
      "Miss Cast Away and the Island Girls" - Guest Appearance
      "This Is It" - 107:00

      He also features in "The Simpsons" in an episode called "Stark Raving Dad" as mental patient "Leon Kompowsky".

      I hope this helps you. :)

  42. QUESTION:
    I need some help with summer ideas!?
    I live in Antioch California, (bay area) I'm 18 and i'll have a car by the time summer comes around. I have a girlfriend so going and 'having sex with random people in the parking lot, getting drunk and doing drugs thinking you're living it up' is completely out of the question haha. I need some fun ideas. Like places to go close by, and things i can do myself. Like make a giant slip in slide, play football in the mud, egg fight, ect. I want to make a list and accomplish everything. Give me some ideas 😀

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  43. QUESTION:
    If all the Disney animated musicals took place in the same continuity, what would be their chronologic order?
    I'm talking about the full length animated features that include songs. What order would they be placed in the scheme of human history?

    • ANSWER:
      This is a categorized and chronological list of the official Disney Classic Animated Features as categorized by Jason Dietz:

      The Classics

      The beginnings of the genre. All great movies even today.

      1.Snow White Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney Special Platinum Edition)

      The first ever animated feature film. Invented the genre and still holds up great.

      2. Pinocchio Pinocchio (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Comming as a Platinum DVD in the next few years.

      3. Fantasia The Fantasia Anthology (3-Disc Collector's Edition) Fantasia (60th Anniversary Special Edition)

      Another genre invention really. Also available in a box set with Fantasia 2000 and a features disk. Comming as a Platinum DVD.

      4. Dumbo Dumbo (60th Anniversary Edition)

      5. Bambi Bambi (55th Anniversary Limited Edition)

      Comming soon as a Platinum DVD

      The Package Era

      During the War, disney could not afford to but out a true feature, so he did six "features" made up of shorter material.

      6. Saludos Amigos Saludos Amigos (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Material inspired by a trip to Latin America.

      7. The Three Caballeros The Three Caballeros (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      More of the same. A great vehicle for Donald Duck!

      8. Make Mine Music Make Mine Music (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Often called a "poor man's Fantasia." One of the highlights is the Peter and the Wolf section.

      9. Fun and Fancy Free Fun and Fancy Free (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Two short stories joined to create a feature. Mickey and the Beanstalk is well known. The other is a Dumbo-like story about a circuis bear.

      10. Melody Time Melody Time (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Another lesser Fantasia. More story driven.

      11. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Another two parter.

      The Neoclassics

      After the war, Disney made a triumphant return to the way things were with five more classics of the genre.

      12. Cinderella

      Not yet on DVD. This one is comming as a Platinum edition as well.

      13. Alice in Wonderland Alice in Wonderland (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      The classic book brought to life.

      14. Peter Pan Peter Pan (Special Edition)

      15. Lady and the Tramp

      Look for the as yet released Platinum of this one as well.

      16. Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty (Special Edition)

      The final movie done in the "traditional" style.

      The Modern Era

      With the advent of Xerox, Disney's movies took on a new look.

      17. One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

      Platinum DVD comming in the next few years.

      18. The Sword in the Stone The Sword in the Stone (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      It seems every other title in the Modern Era is a weaker picture.

      19. The Jungle Book

      Platinum Edition Comming

      20. The Aristocats The Aristocats (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Another weaker, if still good, title.

      21. Robin Hood Robin Hood (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      22. The Many Adventures of Winbnie the Pooh The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (25th Anniversary Edition)

      The exception to the weaker movie rule.

      The Dark Era

      The good ones during this era have a dark theme. The rest are some of the worst Disney made.

      23. The Rescuers The Rescuers

      A good start to the dark decade.

      24. The Fox and the Hound The Fox and the Hound (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Good try, oh well.

      25. The Black Cauldron The Black Cauldron (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Some try to save this one by saying it has break through new animation style. I don't think so (see The Lord of the Rings). It is simply the worst animated feature Disney has ever done.

      26. The Great Mouse Detective The Great Mouse Detective

      The Best of the Era.

      27. Oliver and Company Oliver & Company (Special Edition)

      Another slip.

      The Renaissance

      At the end of the eighties, Disney managed to string together five more great movies in the old tradition.

      28. The Little Mermaid

      Platinum DVD comming

      29. The Rescuers Down Under

      The only acceptable Disney Sequel.

      30. Beauty and the Beast Beauty and the Beast (Disney Special Platinum Edition)

      The crowning achievment of Disney animation.

      31. Aladdin

      Comming as a Platinum DVD.

      32. The Lion King The Lion King (Disney Special Platinum Edition)

      Some of the best animation put on film.

      The Nineties

      The rest of the decade saw Disney trying to maintain perfection and almost without exception, failing.

      33. Pocahontas Pocahontas (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      34. The Hunchback of Notre Dame The Hunchback of Notre Dame

      35. Hercules Hercules (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      36. Mulan Mulan (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      37. Tarzan Tarzan

      The Best since the Lion King

      The Millenium Era

      Beginning really with Tarzan, Disney saw a return to good movies.

      38. Fantasia 2000 The Fantasia Anthology (3-Disc Collector's Edition)

      39. The Emperors New Groove The Emperor's New Groove

      A return to the humor found in the likes of Aladdin

      40. Lilo and Stitch Lilo & Stitch

      Hand drawn like the classics.

      The PG Style

      Along with these latest entries, Disney has produced a PG animation feature the past two years. While not bad, they don't have the same Disney feel as the other classics.

      41. Atlantis Atlantis - The Lost Empire

      42. Treasure Planet Treasure Planet

  44. QUESTION:
    Any good film suggestions?
    In a couple weeks I'm going to be sleeping round my girlfriend's house for a week and will more than likely be wanting to watch some films at night. I'm wanting to buy some new dvds for this...just some light comedy or thrillers that also have light comedy.
    A brief list of films we both tend to like are..cellular, daredevil, Paul Blart: Mall cop, Run fat boy run, Pretty woman, Frankenstein, police academy (kinda)...and then some animated: gnomeo & juliet, hoodwinked, Toy story (and other disney films)

    Any suggestions would be great, thank you. 😀

    • ANSWER:
      Comedy/Goofy/Fun Movies:

      1. The Brady Bunch Movie
      2. A Very Brady Sequel
      3. The Wedding Singer
      4. Airheads
      5. Big Daddy
      6. Happy Gilmore
      7. My Cousin Vinny
      8. Heavy Weights
      9. Good Burger
      10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
      11. Spice World (for Spice Girl fans from 1990s/2000s)
      12. Mr. Deeds
      13. Pineapple Express
      14. Vegas Vacation
      15. The Waterboy
      16. Meet The Parents
      17. Knocked Up
      18. Role Models
      19. National Lampoons Vacation
      20. National Lampoons European Vacation
      21. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation
      22. Vegas Vacation
      23. Home Alone
      24. Home Alone 2
      25. Jingle All The Way
      26. Animal House
      27. All About Steve (It got terrible reviews but I enjoyed it)
      28. Dumb and Dumber
      29. Malibu’s Most Wanted
      30. Lottery Ticket (just ok, not great)
      31. Dick
      32. Billy Madison
      33. Grumpy Old Men
      34. Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
      35. Class
      36. Scary Movie
      37. Weekend at Bernie’s and sequel
      38. Men at Work
      39. Mad Money
      40. Stripes
      41. Black Knight
      42. The New Guy
      43. Revenge of the Nerds
      44. Click
      45. Grown Ups-not the best but fun once

      Family Movie/Classics:

      1. Pollyanna
      2. Richie Rich
      3. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
      4. The Trouble With Angels
      5. Back To The Future
      6. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
      7. A Little Princess
      8. My Dog Skip
      9. How To Train Your Dragon
      10. Fantastic Mr. Fox
      11. Toy Story series
      12. Coraline
      13. Hey Arnold! The Movie
      14. Jimmy Neutron
      15. The Mighty Ducks
      26. The Rugrats Movie
      27. Our Lips are Sealed
      28. Matilda
      29. Holiday in the Sun
      30. Miracle in Lane 2
      31. The Little Rascals
      32. Passport to Paris
      33. Winning London
      34. Saved By The Bell Hawaiian Style/Wedding in Vegas
      35. The Babyitter’s Club
      36. A Charlie Brown Christmas
      37. Halloween Town and sequel
      38. Piglet’s Big Movie
      39. The Land Before Time
      40. The Swan Princess
      41. Cadet Kelly
      42. The Brave Little Toaster
      43. Rugrats Movie
      44. Recess: School’s Out
      45. Like Mike
      46. The Sandlot
      47. A Kid in King Arthur’s Court
      48. Holes
      49. The Princess Diaries
      50. Sleeping Beauty
      51. Angels in the Outfield
      52. Honey We Shrunk Ourselves
      53. Lady and the Tramp
      54. Life Size
      55. Big Fat liar
      56. Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
      57. Care Bears: King of the Moon
      58. The Tigger Movie
      59. Babes in Toyland
      60. It Takes Two
      61. Madeline
      62. Billboard Dad
      63. Seventeen Again
      65. 101 Dalmatians
      66. Shiloh
      67. Get a Clue
      68. Freaky Friday
      69. Cheaper by The Dozen
      70. The Parent Trap
      72. The santa Clause
      73. Jumanji
      74. Monsters, INC.
      75. James and the Giant Peach
      76. The Cheetah Girls
      77. Shrek

      Hope this helps!

  45. QUESTION:
    TEENAGE bucket list ideas?
    I wanna do a ton of fun things this summer. I'm a 15 yr old girl and I need ideas for a fun summer bucket list:) thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for my whole life, so a lot of things aren't for your or my age, but I hope it inspires you!

      1) Leave my handprints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.

  46. QUESTION:
    List of disney characters?
    I need a big list of Disney characters!! I want as many as possible, preferably animated ill count Enchanted as animated as part of it is. I don't want villains but any other characters from any animated films will do. As many as you can think of! Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      This list can go on for SO long... well, I'm going to name the ones off the top of my head without doing any Googling or anything. I feel like that would be cheating :P. Well here it goes:

      1. Mickey Mouse
      2. Minnie Mouse
      3. Donald Duck
      4. Daisy Duck
      5. Goofy
      6. Max (Goofy's son)-- kinda weird considering Goofy's the only one without a lover lol
      7. Pluto
      8. Pete (is he a bad guy? sometimes he's portrayed as good...)
      9. Chip
      10. Dale
      11. Snow White
      12. Dopey
      13. Doc
      14. Happy
      15. Bashful
      16. Sleepy
      17. Sneezy (hope that's his name lol)
      18. Grumpy
      19. Cinderella
      20. Gus-Gus
      21. Jack-Jack
      22. Pinocchio
      23. Cleo
      24. Jiminy Cricket
      25. Gepetto
      26. Aurora
      27. Prince Phillip
      28. Maryweather
      29. Flora
      30. Fauna
      31. Alice
      32. Mad Hatter
      33. White Rabbit
      34. Caterpillar (the one that smokes all the time)
      35. Yensid
      36. Ariel
      37. Prince Eric
      38. King Triton
      39. Sebastian
      40. Flounder
      41. Belle
      42. Beast
      43. Lumier
      44. Cogsworth
      45. Chip
      46. Mrs. Potts
      47. Jasmine
      48. Aladdin
      49. Iago (he turns good in the sequels)
      50. Abu
      51. Genie
      52. Sultan
      53. Carpet
      54. Mulan
      55. Mushu
      56. Cricket
      57. General Shang
      58. Yao
      59. Ling
      60. Chen-Po (I think that's how you spell it...)
      61. Pocahantas
      62. John Smith
      63. Meeko
      64. Flit
      65. Hercules
      66. Megura
      67. Phil
      88. Pegasus
      89. Zeus
      90. Kuzko
      91. Pacha
      92. Kronk (I didn't really see him as a villian, just a poor naive fool haha)
      93. Mowgli
      94. Bageera (I hope I spelled it right)
      95. Baloo
      96. Lilo
      97. Stitch
      98. Tiana
      99. Lady
      100. The Tramp
      101. Peter Pan
      102. Wendy
      103. Tinkerbell
      104. Jane (in the Peter Pan sequel, she's Wendy's daughter)
      105. Winnie the Pooh
      106. Tigger
      107. Rabbit
      108. Piglett
      109. Christopher Robbin
      110. Kanga
      111. Roo
      112. Simba
      113. Mufasa
      114. Timon
      115. Pumbaa
      116. Rafiki
      117. Nala
      118. Zarabi (Simba's mom)
      119. Zazu
      120. Tarzan
      121. Jane
      122. Kala
      123. Tron (does he count? I don't know if he was animated or not...)
      124. Bambi
      125. Dumbo

      Do you include Pixar too?

      1. Woody
      2. Buzz Lightyear
      3. Jessie
      4. Bullseye
      5. Andy
      6. Ham
      7. Rex
      9. Mr. Potatohead
      10. Mrs. Potatohead
      11. Slinky
      12. Bo Peep (I was so sad that she wasn't in Toy Story 3...)
      13. Mike
      14. Sully
      15. Boo
      16. Lightning McQueen
      17. ToMater (hehe)
      18. Sally
      19. Doc
      20. Mr. Incredible
      21. Mrs. Incredible
      23. Dash
      24. Violet
      25. Jack-Jack
      26. Mr. Fredericksen
      27. Russell
      28. Kevin
      29. Ellie
      30. WALL-E
      31. EVE
      32. Remy
      33. Linguini
      34. Colette
      35. Chef Gusteau
      36. Flik
      37. Princess Atta
      38. Nemo
      39. Marlin
      40. Dory

  47. QUESTION:
    I am looking for any/every movie ever played on the disney channel.?
    I am looking for movies that used to be played on the disney channel before 2000. Any movie that you can think of or even a list of movies that were played on the disney channel, even if there not actual disney movies, that would be awesome. I have gotten a mini list of examples of movies that i could think of, now i need your help to build it up. Excape to Witch Mountain, Brink, That Darn Cat, Freaky Fridays.

    Also i am looking for a movie, I know im not giving you alot to work with but, its a movie about this kid that gets captured and held by some lady in ireland. She tries to poisen him with a cooke for him to become her slave... at the begining they catch a leprachaun for 3 wishes... the wishes had something to do with fishes

    • ANSWER:
      Disney Channel Premiere Films

      1983
      Tiger Town (October 9, 1983)

      1984
      Gone Are the Dayes (May 6, 1984)
      Love Leads the Way (October 7, 1984)

      1985
      Black Arrow (January 6, 1985)
      Lots of Luck (February 3, 1985)
      The Undergrads (May 5, 1985)
      The Blue Yonder (November 17, 1985)

      1986
      The Parent Trap II (July 26, 1986) *
      Spot Marks the X (October 18, 1986)
      Down the Long Hills (November 15, 1986)

      1987
      Strange Companions (February 28, 1987)
      Anne of Avonlea: The Continuing Story of Anne of Green Gables (May 19, 1987) *
      Not Quite Human (June 19, 1987)
      The Christmas Visitor (December 5, 1987)

      1988
      Save the Dog (March 19, 1988)
      Night Train to Kathmandu (June 5, 1988)
      Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss (August 6, 1988)
      A Friendship in Vienna (August 27, 1988)
      Good Old Boy (November 11, 1988)
      Goodbye, Miss 4th of July (December 3, 1988)

      1989
      Danny, the Champion of the World (April 29, 1989)
      Looking for Miracles (June 3, 1989) *
      Great Expectations (July 9, 1989)
      Not Quite Human II (September 23, 1989)
      Spooner (December 2, 1989)

      1990
      Lantern Hill (January 27, 1990) *
      Chips, the War Dog (March 24, 1990)
      Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme (May 19, 1990)*
      Back Home (June 7, 1990)
      The Little Kidnappers (August 17, 1990)
      Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (October 21, 1990)

      1991
      Bejewelled (January 20, 1991)
      Perfect Harmony (March 31, 1991) *
      Mark Twain and Me (November 22, 1991)

      1992
      Still Not Quite Human (May 31, 1992)

      1993
      The Ernest Green Story (January 17, 1993)
      Spies (March 7, 1993)
      Heidi (July 18, 1993) *

      1994
      On Promised Land (April 17, 1994)
      The Whipping Boy (July 31, 1994)

      1995
      The Old Curiosity Shop (March 19, 1995)
      The Four Diamonds (August 12, 1995)

      1996
      The Little Riders (March 24, 1996)
      Nightjohn (June 1, 1996)

      Disney Channel Original Movies (DCOMs)

      1997
      Northern Lights (August 23, 1997)
      Under Wraps (October 25, 1997) *

      1998
      You Lucky Dog (June 27, 1998)
      Brink! (August 29, 1998)*
      Halloweentown (October 17, 1998) (part of the Halloweentown series) *

      1999
      Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (January 23, 1999) (part of the Zenon series)
      Can of Worms (April 10, 1999)
      The Thirteenth Year (May 15, 1999)
      Smart House (June 26, 1999)
      Johnny Tsunami (July 24, 1999)
      Genius (August 21, 1999)
      P.U.N.K.S. (September 4, 1999) *
      Don't Look Under the Bed (October 9, 1999)
      Horse Sense (November 20, 1999)

  48. QUESTION:
    Summer bucket list ideas?
    I know it's only February, but I'm starting to make a bucket list for this summer and I'm trying to make it really long :) I'm determined to make this the best summer ever because the last one completely sucked... I have a few things on my list but I've run out of ideas :( anyone have any ideas? I'm 13 (I'll be 14 in august) so nothing thats not appropriate for a 13-14 year old. Any help would be great! Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      im an early planner too lol here is mine:

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      16)Watch fireworks
      17)Buy Vans
      18)Convince a stranger I’m English
      19)Go skinny dipping
      20)Make smores
      21)Send a message in a bottle
      22)Water balloon fight
      23)Do a cartwheel in a store
      24)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      25)Spray someone with a hose
      26)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      27)Watch the sun rise and set
      28)Build a sandcastle
      29)Read the entire Harry potter series
      30)Disney movie Marathon
      31)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      32)Go on a zip line
      33)Buy a hula-hoop
      34)Ride a four wheeler
      35)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      36)Make a dream catcher
      37)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      38)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      39)Prank someone and film it
      40)Go to a zoo
      41)Play tag with at least five people
      42)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      43)Make a smoothie
      44)Make a Slip and Slide
      45)Take pictures in a photo booth
      46)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      47)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      48)Build a blanket fort
      49)Roll down a hill
      50)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      51)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      52)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      53)Fake trip/fall in public
      54)Make a popsicle
      55)Put Mentos in coke
      56)Draw with chalk
      57)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      58)Get a manicure
      59)Make a movie
      60)Climb a tree
      61)Epic Pillow Fight
      62)Say yes to everything
      63)Wash a car
      64)Play a new sport
      65)Spend a whole day barefoot
      66)Jump off of the high dive
      67)Skip stones
      68)Wake up once at noon
      69)Make a root beer float
      70)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      71)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      72)Fill an entire color book
      73)Burry a time capsule
      74)Dance party with myself
      75)Teach my dog a new trick
      76)Get my splits
      77)Push someone into a pool
      78)Ride on a lazy river
      79)Make an obstacle course
      80)Climb up onto a roof
      81)Make tin can stilts
      82)Plant a tree
      83)Spin the bottle
      84)call someone at 3 am
      85)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      86)Make fruit kebabs
      87)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      88)Shaving Cream war
      89)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      90)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      91)Run through sprinkles
      92)Go thrifting
      93)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      94)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      95)Pay for something in only change
      96)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      97)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      98)Sleep on a couch
      99)Have a photo/video shoot
      100)Ride a Mechanical horse
      101)Take a jumping picture
      102)Make homemade pizza
      103)Write my name in sand
      104)Dance on top of a table
      105)Tie Dye a white shirt
      106)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      107)Go cloud watching
      108)Make origami
      109)Make a friendship bracelet
      110)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      111)Throw change into a fountain
      112)Paly flashlight tag
      113)Make a summer scrapbook
      114)Complete this list <3

  49. QUESTION:
    Bestfriend notebook idea helppppppppp pleaseee?
    Okay so my best friend and i have a notebook that we keep our summer bucket list, pictures, summer plans together and stuff. Do you have any other ideas of stuff we could put in it? Thanks!!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  50. QUESTION:
    Summer Bucket List Ideas?
    I want to create a bucket list for the summer but I need help coming up with ideas. I'm a 14 year old girl so i want nothing to do with sex or drugs or stupid stuff like that. I also want some things I can do by myself and with friends.
    Thanks <333

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.


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