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Monday, March 16, 2020

Miss Minnie Explains It All For You

Even if they have never seen it in person, just about everyone knows the Hollywood sign. This world famous sign has quite the fascinating history—but don't take my word for it. Below is Minnie Mouse with the story behind the sign. This is "Minnie Mouse in Hollywood," a series of articles published in many issues of Walt Disney Comics Digest #18, December 1969 (probably to ensure lower postal rates for subscriptions). Enjoy this bit of Hollywood history, thanks to one of Hollywood's most enduring stars.  

1 comment:

Dean Brink said...

Thank you for the history Minnie!!