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TVI Magazine Cover for October 1987- Cover Features Der Spiegel, Soviet Today and TVI Disney Covers: 1980 and 1984

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Feature Story - Commencing in 1980, Television International Magazine featured Mickey Mouse on various covers, by co-founder of TVI Magazine, Al Preiss. At times, you would find Mr. Preiss and his wife Silvia, hand delivering the magazine personally, at trade shows around the world. Al selected Mickey on its special "Pay Television" September issue 1980. Disney at the time was just releaseing its first major entry into home video entertainment with the release of 13 Disney motion pictures on cassette.
----- Again in 1984 and in 1987, The Walt Disney Company was selected as TVI's cover of the month. MORE STORY / The Walt Disney Company

2. About The Media Segments of Walt Disney
Walt Disney Quotes
----- "I only hope that we don't lose sight of one thing - that it was all started by a mouse." -- W.D.
----- "It is understandable that I should have sentimental attachment for the little personage who played so big a part in the course of Disney Productions and has been so happily accepted as an amusing friend wherever films are shown ." -- W.D. - MORE STORY / Walt Disney, QUOTES

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Walt Disney - TimeLine

This Timeline is to demonstrate the significant growth of Walt Disney, as an individual, from a celebrity art form achiever, to his company's scientific achievements in the field of EMw Telecommunications.

For More Timeline Stories Click Any Subject Matter Heading:
The Early Days - (1900 to 1919)
Creating Mickey Mouse - (1920s)
Animated Films & Academy Award - (1930s)
The Decade of Going Public (1940s)
ABC Shows Interest - (1950s)
Walt's Golden Years With Mary Poppins - (1960s)
Orlando Opens It's Doors To Disney - (1970s)
Disney and Big Business, with Eisner Years - (1980s)
Decade of Disney "Best Deals" - Mergers and Buyouts. ABC TV Network - (1990s)
Back To Walt Disney - (2000s)
Eisner says farewell to Disney - (2005s)

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-----It just goes to show you, says Troy about the TV and Film industry -- "NOTHING IN THIS WORLD IS PERMANENT" . . . so follow the money - - and take some advice from a dinner-time chat with "Stonehead" -- Disappointments Are Great! Follow the Money . . . the Internet and the Smart- Daaf Boys.

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