A lot of the voices recorded for the game aren't used at all or reference scrapped content. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Categories :. Pinocchio: Father wants me to be a real boy! And, I'm gonna be one if I'm brave, truthful and unselfish.
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Our guide Giulia was friendly, helpful, patient, and knowledgeable. We are a family of four, and she expertly introduced us to her city. Her tour gave us the "lay of the land" we needed in order to feel comfortable navigating the city on our own for the next couple days. Thank you! Our group consisted of my parents who are in their 70s, my husband who hates anything tour-like and my children ages 6 and 9. Within the first 3 minutes, Maria won us all over with her expertise, warm personality, and engaging style. My father needed to stop often and had mobility issues. She handled these with finesse and and style and we all felt like the stops were part of the tour. My six year old boy was feeling ill during the Ancient Rome tour- again- Maria adjusted until my son was ready to move on. In fact, he was so interested that he pressed on until he felt better and had a wonderful time in the end.
The song has since become the representative song of The Walt Disney Company. It was first released on a 4-record RPM album set, and years later as one side of an LP, backed by selections in grayscale and black and white and technicolor from The Wizard of Oz. The song reached the top five in Billboard's Record Buying Guide, a predecessor of the retail sales chart. In Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway the song is played on television every Christmas Eve in the traditional Disney one-hour Christmas cabaret From All of Us to All of You , and the gathering of the entire family to watch this is considered a Scandinavian tradition. The Library Of Congress deemed the song "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" and preserved it into the National Recording Registry in In the s and s, Walt Disney used the song in the opening sequences of all the editions of the Walt Disney anthology television series. It has also been used to accompany the Walt Disney Pictures logos — including the present-day logo — since the s. All of the ships of the Disney Cruise Line use the first seven notes of the song's melody as their horn signals. Additionally, many productions at Disney theme parks — particularly firework shows and parades — employ the song. The owner of the rights to the song, Bourne Co.