When you are young and healthy, it never occurs to you that in a single second your whole life could change.
I have always thought of Walt Disney as my second father.
Watching television in those days was not the same experience as it is today. After years of listening to radio, we found the black-and-white images mesmerizing.
In 1993 my birthday present was a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
Of all the roles I've played, none has been as fulfilling as being a mother.
For me, the wheelchair symbolizes disability in a way a cane does not.
Just learning that you have MS is such a devastating shock.
The mere thought of divorce terrified me. To me, divorce symbolized failure.
Mr. Disney believed everyone was still a child deep inside.
Mickey Mouse... is always there-he's part of my life. That really is something not everyone can call their claim to fame.
I'm saddened to see that some have been misled into believing that Mr. Disney was something other than a kind, caring man.
Animation did not become the dominant form of children's television until the '60s.
My dear friend Jimmie Dodd was the heart and the soul of The Mickey Mouse Club.
Dick Clark really didn't make rock 'n roll safe for America, as many people think.
Most original viewers of the Mickey Mouse Club didn't face the crush of family and social problems children have today.
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