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Disney ice show connects generations, reflects franchise’s long-term planning

Donald Duck, Goofy, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse celebrate the “Disney on Ice” show and decades of friendship. Animation experts say the characters have remained popular over the years, while characters from rival studios have faded.
Photographer: Feld Entertainment
Donald Duck, Goofy, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse celebrate the “Disney on Ice” show and decades of friendship. Animation experts say the characters have remained popular over the years, while characters from rival studios have faded.
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For some modern kids, Lightning McQueen, Princess Ariel and Buzz Lightyear are favorite Disney characters. They’re from productions “Cars,” “The Little Mermaid” and “Toy Story.” Other boys and girls prefer old-school friends from the venerable animation studio. They’ll be looking for classic characters such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck on Wednesday when “Disney on Ice — 100 Years of Magic” begins a five-day, eight-show run at the Times Union Center in Albany. Sixty-five Disney ...

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