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&quot;Mil &quot; \ a One of the best acts in the Big Circus was that of the performing elephantsaand the star of the act was a lovable elephant called Mrs. Jumbo. She had a little boy elephant who had the BIGGEST ears anyone had ever seen on an elephant. All the elephants chuckled over this merry joke and forever afterwards the little fellow was called Dumbo. Of course. from laughing at him. But once elephants start to laugh. it is difficult to make them stop. Timothy grinned merrily and looked around for Dumbo. He found him hiding under a pile of hay. &quot;There&apos;s no need to be afraid of me,&quot; squeaked Timothy. &quot;I want to be your friend. Dumbo.&quot; Dumbo was pleased. &quot;A real chum. at last.&quot; he smiled. his mother loved him and did her best to stop the others . The tiny fellow&apos;s ears were larger by far than the ears on all the grown-up elephants. They roared with laughter when they i!rst saw them. aSo you want to call him Jumbo.&quot; snorted one of them. aBut he looks so stupid why not call him Dumbo?&quot; One day their laughter awoke Timothy the Cs ouse. Now Timothy liked Dumbo and he decided to befriend him. aAs elephants are afraid of mice,&quot; thought Timothy. al can frighten those nasty giants.&quot; He jumped out. shouted aBOO!a and all the big elephants ran away. J \ ..._.. __l Dumbo wanted to playa part in thecircus actth his mother , and the other elephants. but he kept tripping up oVer my ears. it was not until Timothy taught Dumbo to i!y by usin his big ears that Dumbo became a great sucotss.
a: .(A _. From then on Dumbo and Timothy had lots of adventures together. What sort of adventures? Well. one day the ringmaster&apos;s caravan caught i!re. \ Sssssh! Swoosh! That was clever little Dumbo squirting water in through the open window of Mr. Ringmaster&apos;s caravan. ThenaFussss! Sssh! That was the water putting out the fire. &quot;Hooray!&quot; cheered Mr. Ringmaster. aMy home is saved.&quot; aTo the rescue!&quot; squeaked aDrink up. Dumbo. hurry!&quot; gasped Timothy, scrambling on Dumbo&apos;s trunk into a bucket. Ti m at by and po pped to Dumboas hats Dumbo sucked up all the water. and then. spreading his ears flew swiftly towards the caravan. Mr. Ringmaster was pleased. aThank you. Dumbo.&quot; he said. aHere is a big plate of currant buns for you and Timothy.&quot; Dumbo smiled. aYum-yum!&quot; he gurgled. aThank you so much.&quot; And all the other elephants were jealous. More fun with Dumbo next week.
I. You now tha Snow White lvedihe Seven Dwarfs in the woods. don&apos;t you? Well. one day Snow White was picking cherries in the garden when suddenly Doc. Bashful, Happy. Sleepy. Sneezy and Grumpy came running towards her. &quot;Dopey is missing!&quot; they I all shouted anxiously. aYou have been looking down at your own rei!ection,&quot; she told him. Oh! how the other dwarfs laughed. Dopey blushed but Snow White hung some cherries over his ears. aYou are the nicest dwarf in the world and I love you.&quot; M i c k e y M o u s e thought&apos;you would like to see these pictures -of some lovable little animals. PRETTY: a353$?
aa. One beautiful moonlit night when Lady was out for a walk she met her jolly chum, Tramp. After they had rubbed their noses together and said: aGood evening,&quot; Tramp said: aI have some good doggy riddles for you, Lady.&quot; And Lady replied: aAnd I have some funny doggy ones for you, too. Tramp.a Here to make you laugh, are the doggy riddles the happy friends asked a each other. What has two ears, four feet and tells the time? What has four legs. eats dog biscuits, and sees just as well from either end? A watch dog. A dog with its eyes shut. What must a little boy know before he can teach a dog tricks? Why didn&apos;t the man advertise in the paper when he lost his dog? More than the dog. Because his dog canat read. What did the Red Indian say when his dog fell over the cliff} On what side has a dog the most hairs? Dog-gone! a The outside. What shouldn&apos;t you do when it&apos;s raining cats and dogs? What is the difference between a running man and a running dog? Step in a poodle. The man wears trousers and the dog pants. CUTE KITTEN SHINY GOLDFISH
This new and exciting Walt Disney film is being shown at cinemas in all the big cities in Great Britain. I. This exciting story takes place in the lovely country of France. Many lords and ladies live there and the French call them aaristocratsa. Now a certain Lady Adelaide. 3 very kind person. had a family of cats. 2. Because Lady Adelaide was an aristocrat (with an ar&quot;) everybody called her cat family aristocats (without an ar&quot;). The mother cat. Duchess. had three lovely kittens. Lady Adelaide and her pets all lived happily together. 3. Whenever Lady Adelaide went for a ride in her carriage, she would take her pets. The carriage was drawn by her horse Frou-Frou and driven by her butler Edgar. The kittens would often ride on Frou-Frou&apos;s back and climb upontohersun-bonnet. 4. One afternoon. returning from a drive. 7 V Lady Adelaide said to Edgar: aI am expecting . 1 my lawyer. Let me know when he arrives.&quot; aEdgarrepliedwithacunnlngsmile:aOfcourse. Madame. Now let me carry your heavy parcel.&quot;
5. You see, Edgar was nota and he only stayed with . because he was hoping th would leave all her money to him. Edgar was always dreaming about money. 6. When Edgar heard that Lady Adelaide was expecting her lawyer. he thought: aAha, she must be making arrangements to leave me all her money.&quot; So after he had shown the old lawyer in to Lady Adelaide&apos;s drawing room, he took care to leave the speaking tube open. a 7. The speaking tube led down to Edgar&apos;s room and whenever Lady Adelaide wanted to call Edgar. she would speak down the tube. The sneaky butler sped downstairs and placed 7a his ear against the speaking tube. . A&lt;&lt; _ l 3 8. You can imagine how cross he was when he heard his mistress tell her lawyer Ail-1 that she was&apos;leaving all her money. her i ,j jewels and her huge house to the cats! ,z/iaj K But should anything happen to her pets. rt} a Edgar would receive everything. 9. Edgar could hardly believe his ears. aThat does it.&quot; he growled. aI&apos;ve got to get rid of those cats.&quot; Next week: Edgar, the wicked butler, kidnaps the cats. 1/
Don&apos;t forget to collect the next set of characters in next week&apos;s Disneyland. Order your copy now and avoid disappointment. 8 Mickey teHs you how to... Make your own aDisneylanda Mobile NSIDE this issue you will find the first part of a lovely Disneyland Mobile. In the next two issues there will be more cut-out characters to complete this delightful gift. But now to start. . . . First press the pieces out from the card very gently. Next clear all punched holes. Now slide the smaller piece of the round- about through the larger section, and hold it in position by bending over the quarter- circle tabs. New thread cotton through the hole in the centre of the roundabout and affix the hanging hook to the other end of the cotton. Now your Mobile is ready. Hangaone from each armathis week&apos;s four characters. Next week four more characters, and the week after that another four. The finished result should look like the picture on the left. When you have all the characters, hang King Louis and Tiger from the base of the Mobile; they will in turn support the others. Get this lovely binder for your very own copies of UPPLIES are limited, and readers are advised to send in early for this offer to avoid possible disappoint- ment. A heavy demand may mean a delay of 2-3 weeks before some binders are despatched. HOW TO ORDER Please fill in both Address Sections 1 and 2 of the order coupon in ink, with your name and address in BLOCK CAPITALS. (This Offer is available only to readers in Great Britain and Northern Ireland) We regret that we cannot supply binders to readers who send in a remittance without completing an order coupon, but readers who ADDRESS SECTION 1 DISNEYLAND BINDER I Number . . . . . . I enclose Postal Order/Cheque I Value . . r r . r I Please send me . . . . . . ..Binder(s) at 95p each I I . . . r . . r . . . . . . . . . . . . . r . . . . r I do not wish to cut the magazine should make exact copies of the two sections and send them to the address given below. Please do not enclose any correspondence with your order coupon and remittance. Cheques and Postal Orders to be crossed &quot;81 Co.&quot; and made payable [0 l.P.C. Magazines Limited (please write your name and address on the back oi the cheque) and sent to: DISNEYLAND. Offers Division. 136 Long Acre, London W699. I ADDRESS SECTION 2 I i Name . . . . . . . H I I Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . r . . . I if undelivered please return to: I DISNEYLAND. Offers Division, I 136 Long Acre, London wc99. I I DIS 27/2/71 I Please print your name and address very clearly in Block Capitals on both sections. This special binder is one of the patent Easibind type and fully bound in rich red Balacron. It is strongly made and holds 26 issues. Price 95p inc. postage and packing. A(c) Walt Disney Production: I97i. Published every Friday by aK: Mualinu Ltd.. Fleetway House. Farrinlden Street. London EaCJ. Sele Agents: Australia and New Zealand. Gordon 81 Celeb Ltd.&apos;. South Alriu, Canml News Agency Ltd.. Rhodesia and Zambia. Kinptons Ltdr Subscription Rates [5-40 (APS5 Bx.) lor twelve months: APS270 ((2 NS.) ior six months. Disneyland must not be sold It more than the recommended selling prire shown. on the (over. All rights reserved and reproduction without. permission is strictly forbidden. Printed by Odhams (Watiord) Ltd., 17th February. l97l, i r
Crunch! Chomp-chomp! Crunch! That was Pluto, Mickey Mouse&apos;s doggy pal, munching away at a big juicy bone. . Dring-dring! Dring-dring! That was Mickey Mouse&apos;s telephone bell ringing. aHallo,a said Mickey. aMickey Mouse speaking. Whoas that?a Crunch! Chomp-chomp! Crunch! aSpeak up! I can&apos;t hear you!&quot; shouted Mickey. Sniffle! Crunch! Chomp-chomp! Crunch! Sniffle-snaffle! aOh, take that bone into the front room, Pluto.&quot; yelled Mickey. aSomebody is on the phone and l can&apos;t hear what he is Saying.&quot; With a sigh, Pluto went off with his bone. Then Mickey spoke into the telephone again. aAll right. I can hear you now. What were you saying?&quot; And a voice answered: aThis is Radio Disneyland. Every day at this time we pick a number out of the telephone book and ring that number.a aWhat a funny idea.&quot; replied Mickey. aWhy?a aWell. you see. this is a competition and our conversation is being broadcast,&quot; said the voice. aNow, if you can give the right answer to the question I am about to ask, you will win a splendid new car!a aGosh.a gasped Mickey. aFancy that. l could just do with a new car. What is your question?a aHow do you stop a dog from barking in the back seat of a car?&quot; asked the voice. Well, Mickey thought and thought and thought. Then Pluto barked from the front room as much as to say. aDonat forget me in the front.&quot; It was then that Mickey had the answer. &quot;Yes,&quot; he laughed. aHow do you stop a dog from barking in the back seat ofa car? Why. have him sit in front with you, of course.&quot; aYou win!&quot; said the radio announcer. And that is how Mickey Mouse won a new car. Next day he took his girl friend Minnie and his nephews Morty and Ferdy and his faithful hound Pluto for a lovely ride. aI bet if you hadn&apos;t barked from the front room when you did, Pluto, l wouldn&apos;t have thought of the answer.&quot; laughed Mickey happily. a a
VBa The Adventures of from the Walt Disney Motion Picture based on the story by Sir James Barrie la. Mr. and Mrs. Darling were the father and mother of Wendy, Michael and John and they all lived happily together in a big house in London. The children had a nurse who was, believe it or not. a lovable dog named Nana. She looked after the children with great care. lb. Yes. Nana was very well trained and worth a lot of money. One day when she had taken the children to Kensington Gardens to play. a crafty rag-and-bone man happened to catch sight of her. alfl had that big dog. she could pull my barrow for me.a he muttered. a 2. The rag-and-bone man whose name was Sam Slick crept closer to &apos; Nana and waited until Wendy and her brothers ran OFF to play. Then he leaped out of hiding and threw a rope around Nana&apos;s neck. aYou come with me.&quot; he grinned and he dragged Nana away. . kg; 3bt Wendy looked up and there. seated in a tree. was a boy. aPeter Pan!&quot; she cried. aOh, thank goodness.&quot; Peter Pan is the little boy who never wants to grow up. He lives 3a. You can imagine how upset Wendy and her brothers were when they in Thea Never-Never Land came back a little later and found that Nana was missing. aSomebody must and he &apos;5 the bESt (aend of have stolen her.&quot; said Michael. aotherwise she would be waiting here to take XVEHd)a and her brothers: us home.&quot; Wendy burst into tears. Then a strange voice asked: aWhat is Somebody has stolen Nana. wrong. Wendy?&quot; went on Wendy.
4. a-aLeave this to me, dear Wendy.&quot; smiled Peter. aI know how much you love Nana.&quot; and with these words he i!ew up into the sky (for Peter can i!y like an eagle). A few minutes later Peter saw Nana tied between the shafts of an old barrow. Beside her tramped a man in ragged clothes. 5. aPoor Nana! She looks so unhappy.&quot; said Peter to himself. al must rescue her.&quot; He i!ew high over Nana&apos;s head and waving his hands swiftly called out. aCome on, Nana, you can i!y. if you really try and try!a At once. Nana jumped into the air and started to i!y. Sam Slick was surprised! 6a. aHey. there. come back! Where are you going with my barrow?&quot; shouted Sam. Then his mouth opened wide as he saw a boy dressed in green suddenly swoop down and land astride Nana&apos;s broad back. &quot;It&apos;s magic. that&apos;s what it is!&quot; gasped Sam and ran all the way home and hid himself under his bed. 6b. aOh, the wonder of me!&quot; crowed Peter as he rode Nana through the air back to Kensington Gardens. How Wendy and Michael and John V r clapped as Peter and Nana came in sight. aOh. thank you. Peter,&quot; I laughed Wendy. aTell us what happened.&quot; aJump on the barrow i!rst and I will tell you as we i!y home.&quot; chuckled Peter. aT . ,5 _. aa 7. The children scrambled on to the barrow and how they cheered when. as they soared into the air. Peter explained how he had rescued Nana, Then they all went home together and ate hot buttered buns before the i!re. Another lovely Peter Pan story next week.
I. Hello. boys and girls, Cinderella speaking and every week I will be here to tell you an exciting story. This week I am going to tell you a story about Little Hiawatha. the Red Indian boy. Are you comfortable? And are your ears and eyes wide open? Good. Then._here goes. Now Little Hiawatha wanted to be like his father for his father was a mighty hunter. 3. 50 early one day he slipped away from the Indian camp without anybody seeing him. He did not even tell his mother and father where he was going. 2. aYes, yes. we all know you want to go out hunting with your bow and arrows.a the older Indians would say. aBut you are too young. You must stay home where it is safe until you are older.&quot; But Hiawatha was a very brave little boy and he thought: aI am not too young. i do know how to hunt wild animals.a wa J i 4. aJust wait until everybody learns what a great hunter i really am,&quot; he said. aI will be the pride of my tribe.&quot; and he turned his face towards the rising sun. He was far out in the wild country when suddenly he saw a bear cub.
5. But the cub saw Hiawatha at the same time and with a loud squeak it turned and raced away at top speed. aHey, come back. I want to take you back with me so that everybody will know what a great hunter I am.&quot; shouted Hiawatha and he set off after the scampering cub. 7. He sped across boulders and streams and through sky-high pine trees until. panting and tired out. he reached home. How all the lndiansxin the tribe laughed at little Hiawatha who lowered his head in _ shame and felt very unhappy. 6. The cub ran into a cave and Hiawatha was just about to dash in after it when it came out againafollowed by the biggest bear Hiawatha had ever seen in his life. It was the cub&apos;s mother. &quot;00.&quot; gasped Hiawatha, aI think I&apos;d better be going.&quot; Hiawatha was in such a hurry to get away he did not notice that the bear was not chasing him. 8a But Hiawatha&apos;s daddy held up his hand. aDo not laugh at my boy.&quot; said he. &quot;for he has learned one thing today. He who hunts and runs away, lives to hunt another day.&quot; &apos; Good-bye for now, boystand girls, I?&quot; It Is a funnyone all about&quot; , .QA(c)i!, , &apos; V her-\saei!ymwA(c)A(c)kt
NE W 1MB iron the JlilllA(c)llE BOWK From the Walt Disney Motion Picture aThe Jungle Book&apos; Based on the story by Rudyard Kipling a3&apos; 2. Baloo gulped and nearly tripped over his big feet. &quot;H&apos;m? Ladder?&quot; said he. aWell. no. Mowgli. l have forgotten to bring it.&quot; Mowgli wagged his i!nger at Baloo. &quot;It&apos;s always the same, Baloo. You&apos;re always forgetting things.&quot; he said. funny friend Baloo the big bear. They were going to pick coco- nuts cogether. &quot;Hallo there. Baloo.&quot; called out Mowgli, as his friend appeared. &quot;Did you remember to bring the ladder?&quot; 3. aUh! I do my best. little Mowgli.a grunted Baloo sadly. &quot;I&apos;ll try very hard for the rest of thedayayou see.&quot; aOh. come along. you silly old forgetter-bear,&quot; replied Mowgli. aI know where there is a splendid coconut tree.&quot; They walked a little way together. then Mowgli stopped. aHere we are,&quot; said he. &quot;Now ifl stand on your shoulders I can reach those coconuts.&quot; 4. aOh. gunagoo!&quot; laughed Baloo. aSo we donat need the ladder after all.&quot; Mowgli scrambled up on to Baioo&apos;s broad furry shoulders. aYum. yum.&quot; -chuckled Baloo. smacking his lips. &quot;Lover sweet coconuts for tea today.&quot;
all i. V V a a Jfann, 5. Baloo had only to stand still. But his twinkling eyes looked everywhere. Suddenly he saw at his feet some beautiful i!owers. aMowgli was cross just now.&quot; he thought. al&apos;ll pick a nice bunch of i!owers for him. That will make him happy.&quot; A , 7. Suddenly, Mowgii&apos;s weight was too much for the coconut. He fell. still holding the coconut. right on the back of Baloo&apos;s furry neck. WHUMP! Lots of other coconuts fell to the ground at the same time. something again. Do you know what it was? Yes. he had forgotten that Mowgli was standing on his shoulders. 50 when Baloo stooped to pick the i!owers. Mowgli grabbed at a coconut. &quot;Help!&quot; he shouted. as he dangled in mid-air. 8. aSiiiy Baloo!&quot; said Mowgli. aWhat a forgetter-bear you are. Never mind. Look at all the coconuts that have fallen. Let us go home and have coconuts for tea. And thank you very much for the flowers.&quot; So home they both went. happy and smiling. More fun with little Mowgli next week. 6. 0 course, by now you will have guessed that Baloo was forgetting
~ W1. 2. Suddenly she heard running footsteps and round a bend in the path. speeding towards her. came her old friend the March Hare. aCalloo! Callay! Oh, happy day!&quot; he sang. a aWhy. if it isn&apos;t Alice.&quot; Alice, being a polite girl. smiled and said, &quot;Good afternoon. March Hare.&quot; I. Once upon a time. Alice had had some very exciting adventures in Wonderland. She always wanted to return and so. one day during her holidays. she went back to the hollow tree she remem- bered so well, slipped inside andahey presto! a few moments later she was walking along a forest path in Wonderland. 3. aAll join hands and dance ring-a- rosesroundAlice.&quot; shouted the March Hare and round and round Alice he raced at top speed. aBut there is no- body to join hands with you.&quot; smiled Alice. aYou&apos;re right.a replied the &apos; M a r c h H a r e , . sliding to a stop. aSo Iall stand on my head instead.&quot; 4. aWhere are you going?&quot; Alice asked the March Hare. as he stood on his head. aTo the Mad Hatteras Tea Party,a the March Hare answered. aYou could come, too, but youare upside down.&quot; To this Alice replied: &quot;Iam not upside down. March Hare. You are!&quot; tied his long ears in a knot and the Mad Hatter tickled his big nose with a feather. After a long while, Alice heard a soft tap- ping. Tap, tap. tap! aWhere&apos;s that tapping coming from?&quot; asked the Mad Hatter looking inside the tea-pot.
7. aIt&apos;s not coming from inside the tea-pot.&quot; Alice smiled. &quot;it&apos;s inside your top-hat,&quot; and she took off the Mad Hatter&apos;s hatt There, seated on the Hatter&apos;s head, was the Dormouse, half-asleep as usual. aTell me.&quot; said the March Hare, aWhy are you like a goat, Dor- mouse?&quot; And the Dormouse replied. &quot;Because I&apos;m always butting in.&quot; \ The Three Little Pigs &quot;w- A&gt;&gt;~ 1 And make sure, wonat youZathat you have lots of fun with Alice in Disneyland every week! 8. aWe&apos;ve been waiting for hours for the Dormouse and all the time he was asleep under your hat,&quot; said Alice. aWell,a replied the Hatter, aput the kettle on. or I&apos;ll be late for bed.a Alice laughed merrily. aIt&apos;s nice to be back with you funny people again.&quot; she said. al&apos;m going to have lots of fun. I can see.&quot; 2/ a&quot; Only by one path can the Three Little Pigs avoid the Big Bad Wolf on their way to their cottage. Can you i!ndit?
Suddenly the puppet began to move. The Blue Fairy smiled pine-wood. I will call you Pinocchio.&quot; Then putting the puppet on a table a: Jimin a &quot; a a &apos; I V y. You see, she said. Ge ett h he went to bed and fell asleep. Then it was that a beautiful fairy dressed in happiness to others, he deserves to EaveohisajvigsliregreTrfeh blue appeared and wavmg her wand. cried: aLittle puppet made ofpine. Wake! And I want you, .Iiminy, to be Pinocchioas friend. He knows The gift of life IS thine. nothing of the world and will need a good friend.&quot; \ Then the Blue Fairy vanished into thin air. Jiminy and Pinocchio were very. very excited about everything that had happened and they began to sing and dance together. They made so much noise they awoke Gepetto. who came downstairs to see what was happening. How very surprised he was! aLet me go! Put me down. you silly fellow.&quot; Pinocchio cried out. bad- temperedly. Quickly Gepetto sat Pinocchio down on a stool. And Jiminy Cricket. seeing Pinocchioas ill-temper. muttered: aSomething tells me Iam going to have some trouble with that wooden boy.&quot; Figaro and Cleo thought so, too. You will .love Pinocchioas i!rst adventure next week. 1 aWhy. Pinocchio, youayou can move!a he gasped. aYou can sing. , you can dance. How did all this happen?&quot; It was Jiminy Cricket who told Gepetto all about the Blue Fairy and how she had brought Pinocchio to life. Goodness. Gepetto was so happy he wept for joy and hugged little Pinocchio to his breast.
Yes. children. here I am with a great big welcome to my wonderful new paper. I hope you like the lovely free merry-go-round. Ask Mummy or Daddy to put it all together and hang it up for you, so that it can spin round and round. Remember there will be more of my funny friends to hang on your merry-go-round next week in Disneyland Number Two! A&lt;&lt;&lt;9 MiAC/keyMouse says HELLO! Can you see me leading the Big Parade in our cover picture? Donald Duck and jolly Pluto, my doggy pal, are there, too. Have you spotted them yet? If you have, point to them. Now, for some more fun. Hidden in this picture are two drums, two guitars and two trumpets. See if you can i!nd them. Good-bye for now. Iall be back again next week. mm Your friend.