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Each video in the series ended with a list displaying the available titles, accompanied by audio from Thru the Mirror ,  with two exceptions. Only one tape, The Wind in the Willows , has a telephone jingle that remains unidentified and uninspired to this day. Not too much later, tapes including  Bongo have a slightly abridged version of the logo jingle.

In 1993, the Mini-Classics videos were discontinued, starting in early 1994 a new, similar series of tapes, Disney Favorite Stories , was launched in its place.

Each video in the series ended with a list displaying the available titles, accompanied by audio from Thru the Mirror ,  with two exceptions. Only one tape, The Wind in the Willows , has a telephone jingle that remains unidentified and uninspired to this day. Not too much later, tapes including  Bongo have a slightly abridged version of the logo jingle.

In 1993, the Mini-Classics videos were discontinued, starting in early 1994 a new, similar series of tapes, Disney Favorite Stories , was launched in its place.

Howard Pyle's exciting and hilarious tales of Robin Hood and his merry band of Outlaws who reigned over Sherwood Forest doing many good deeds for the poor, and deserved misdeeds for the pompous and haughty rich.

Howard Pyle was born on March 5, 1853 in Wilmington, Delaware. From the time he was a very small boy he loved pictures, especially the pictures in storybooks. Among his favorites were Grimm’s German Fairy Tales and Arabian Nights.

At the age of twenty-one, Pyle began to contribute illustrations and fables to St. Nicholas magazine and later went on to write and illustrate books for children. His first was The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood in 1883. Many more books followed. He also taught illustration at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia and later set up his own art school in Wilmington. He died on November 9, 1911, in Florence, Italy.

As Noddy Holder once screeched: it’s Christmas! You may have heard some Christmas songs enough times to make you want to perforate your eardrums with a candy cane, but many festive tunes are true works of art. Here’s our countdown of the top 50 Christmas songs, from ancient carols to the best ever Christmas Number Ones. It’s the perfect soundtrack to your Christmas party – and since New Year’s Eve isn’t far behind, don’t forget to check out our list of the best party songs too.

Noddy Holder and his troupe of platform-wearers continue to blight our television screens each December with their frightening fashion sense. There’s a reason for that, of course. It’s the joyful simplicity of 1973’s ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’, which is guaranteed to inject that euphoric, slightly drunken, Christmas-love vibe into the festive season.

This super-charged ’60s garage rock tune reveals Santa for the nihilistic, no-nonsense ball-breaker he truly is. Lead singer Gerry Roslie drawls a list of Christmas requests (including a ‘twangy guitar’ and ‘cute little honey’). To which Santa responds: ‘Nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing’. What a badman.

There seem to be some universal traditions at Christmas that we all do, Cookies, Gingerbread Houses, watching Christmas Movies. But there are lots of new Christmas Traditions that I didn't…

There's just something about October that makes us want to try a new kids Christmas craft, and here's one you can do now for fall or later for Christmas. These…

Hallmark has released it's full schedule for all of it's new Hallmark Christmas Movies for 2017 which will premiere on both Hallmark and Movies & Mysteries channels. We've put together…

Each video in the series ended with a list displaying the available titles, accompanied by audio from Thru the Mirror ,  with two exceptions. Only one tape, The Wind in the Willows , has a telephone jingle that remains unidentified and uninspired to this day. Not too much later, tapes including  Bongo have a slightly abridged version of the logo jingle.

In 1993, the Mini-Classics videos were discontinued, starting in early 1994 a new, similar series of tapes, Disney Favorite Stories , was launched in its place.

Howard Pyle's exciting and hilarious tales of Robin Hood and his merry band of Outlaws who reigned over Sherwood Forest doing many good deeds for the poor, and deserved misdeeds for the pompous and haughty rich.

Howard Pyle was born on March 5, 1853 in Wilmington, Delaware. From the time he was a very small boy he loved pictures, especially the pictures in storybooks. Among his favorites were Grimm’s German Fairy Tales and Arabian Nights.

At the age of twenty-one, Pyle began to contribute illustrations and fables to St. Nicholas magazine and later went on to write and illustrate books for children. His first was The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood in 1883. Many more books followed. He also taught illustration at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia and later set up his own art school in Wilmington. He died on November 9, 1911, in Florence, Italy.

As Noddy Holder once screeched: it’s Christmas! You may have heard some Christmas songs enough times to make you want to perforate your eardrums with a candy cane, but many festive tunes are true works of art. Here’s our countdown of the top 50 Christmas songs, from ancient carols to the best ever Christmas Number Ones. It’s the perfect soundtrack to your Christmas party – and since New Year’s Eve isn’t far behind, don’t forget to check out our list of the best party songs too.

Noddy Holder and his troupe of platform-wearers continue to blight our television screens each December with their frightening fashion sense. There’s a reason for that, of course. It’s the joyful simplicity of 1973’s ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’, which is guaranteed to inject that euphoric, slightly drunken, Christmas-love vibe into the festive season.

This super-charged ’60s garage rock tune reveals Santa for the nihilistic, no-nonsense ball-breaker he truly is. Lead singer Gerry Roslie drawls a list of Christmas requests (including a ‘twangy guitar’ and ‘cute little honey’). To which Santa responds: ‘Nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing’. What a badman.

Each video in the series ended with a list displaying the available titles, accompanied by audio from Thru the Mirror ,  with two exceptions. Only one tape, The Wind in the Willows , has a telephone jingle that remains unidentified and uninspired to this day. Not too much later, tapes including  Bongo have a slightly abridged version of the logo jingle.

In 1993, the Mini-Classics videos were discontinued, starting in early 1994 a new, similar series of tapes, Disney Favorite Stories , was launched in its place.

Howard Pyle's exciting and hilarious tales of Robin Hood and his merry band of Outlaws who reigned over Sherwood Forest doing many good deeds for the poor, and deserved misdeeds for the pompous and haughty rich.

Howard Pyle was born on March 5, 1853 in Wilmington, Delaware. From the time he was a very small boy he loved pictures, especially the pictures in storybooks. Among his favorites were Grimm’s German Fairy Tales and Arabian Nights.

At the age of twenty-one, Pyle began to contribute illustrations and fables to St. Nicholas magazine and later went on to write and illustrate books for children. His first was The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood in 1883. Many more books followed. He also taught illustration at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia and later set up his own art school in Wilmington. He died on November 9, 1911, in Florence, Italy.


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