Retro

Winnie-the-Pooh Has Evolved A Lot Over The Years, And The Newest Look Goes Back To The Beginning

Winnie-the-Pooh is one of the best and more popular characters from our childhoods. Kids probably recognize him as easily as they recognize Mickey Mouse. And just like Mickey Mouse, he has gone through a couple makeovers through the years.Prickett & EllisLet's take a look at the many looks of that "willy, nilly, silly, old bear" that we all love so much. DisneyHow it started: Winnie-the-Pooh was based on an actual bear. She was a black bear named Winnipeg that was brought to Britain during the First World War by Canadian lieutenant, Harry Colleburn. Coleburn had to give the bear

Pop Culture

What Went On Behind The Scenes Of "Mary Poppins" Will Leave You Smiling For The Rest Of The Day

Mary Poppins is one of those classic movies that has transcended generations. It doesn't matter that the movie came out all the way back in 1964. Walt Disney PicturesThe movie is just so iconic and fun that kids love it no matter when they were born. They are even making a sequel to it starring Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel-Miranda. Walt Disney PicturesBecause the original is such a classic, it's fun to imagine that Julie Andrews really has a flying umbrella and Dick Van Dyke really did love dancing on roof tops. The truth is, a lot of work went

90s

Disney Sidekicks Don't Get Enough Love, But Which One Is The Absolute Best?

Disney movies are an essential part of childhood. Everyone has their favorites, whether it's because they love the hero, the villain, or the songs. But you know what is really the most important thing in the who thing? THE SIDEKICKS! Most of these Disney movies would be nothing without their little friends. The whole movie would fall apart without them and they absolutely don't get enough love. Sure, you have every second kid dressing up as Ariel for Halloween, but where are the Flounders, Scuttles and Sebastians? GiphyThere are a lot of sidekicks out there, but some that stand above

70s

What Do All The Kids From Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory Look Like Now?

We all watched Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory when we were kids and dreamed about opening up our chocolate bars to find a golden ticket. We all wished that some eccentric candy man would give us the keys to a factory that made the most wonderful things.Unfortunately it never happened for us, but it's probably for the best, as most of us would have fallen into the traps long before we made it to the end. The kids who did get to go to the Wonka factory were such a big part of our childhoods it's normal to be

Celebrities

Be A Good Neighbor, Tune In To Watch Mr. Rogers One Last Time

What a beautiful day in the neighborhood! If you are looking for a new neighbor, then get ready because every single episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood will be available online starting at May 15th at 12pm PST. But why is this glorious treat being given to us? What have we done to deserve such a majestic experience? It's actually a fundraiser! They are airing all of the episodes online as a way to raise money for PBS. PBS has given us so much over the years and now it's your turn to give back! They have 886 episodes to go

80s

Who Remembers The Outrageous And Insane Plot Of This Amazing Movie?

The 80s made some of the best movies ever. Are they cheesy? Sure. Are they goofy? Of course. But are they amazing in every possible way? Absolutely. The romantic comedies of the 80s were just so wonderfully ridiculous with the most outrageous plots and I love them for it. Overboard was a fantastic movie starring none other than Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. Now, the premise was a bit unusual but try to follow along. Goldie Hawn plays a rich woman who is rude to contractor, Kurt Russell, and refuses to pay him. She is unbelievably privileged, I mean, she

Retro

I Can't Believe How Much These 12 Classic TV Homes Would Really Cost

Before everyone started complaining about how much Monica and Rachel's apartment in New York would really cost, we were happy to accept the illusion that all the families on TV just happened to live in nicer homes than the rest of us.Maybe people in Hollywood just have a skewed perspective on things, but looking back at some of these shows it really is amazing the prime real estate the characters on our favorite shows could afford. It's hard to work out exactly how much these homes were worth when the show first aired, but it's easier to tell how