To some, the ’50s were a decade marked by the banal, the predictable.
Then, as now, the Disney studio buzzed with activity. You had a strong impression of being at the center of something very exciting.
The original Mickey Mouse Club, established in the ’30s, was designed to attract children to movie theaters.
I still don’t know precisely why The Mickey Mouse Club ended when it did.
Growing up in public is especially hard sometimes.
I’ve always found Mr. Disney to be somewhat of a shy person, a kid at heart.
Of the many guests we welcomed to the Mickey Mouse Club, my absolute favorites were the Lennon Sisters.
At the beginning of 1955 only about 60 percent of American homes had TVs.
As I travel across the country speaking about MS, perhaps I can offer others comfort and hope.
MS is not really a degenerative illness. It is not fatal, nor is it always progressive.
I always considered myself a dancer before anything else.
Whatever dreams I have wished have come true.
In the United States women develop MS at approximately twice the rate men do, and no one can explain why women are affected most often from the waist down.
The Lord has been with me throughout my life. He’s never let me down.
Mr. Disney and his staff were constantly scouting for great stories to bring to life on film.