Disney’s Dumbo’s Elephant name is ‘fancy’ for the public

The name “Dumbo” was chosen by the Disney Imagineering Team for its potential use in the film, according to a new research report released on Wednesday.

The Disney Imagineers chose the name based on its association with Disney, a popular theme park and theme park ride company.

“Dumb and Dumber To” and “DuckTales” have also been popular with children and adults alike.

Disney’s “Tangled” was named the most popular animated film of all time by kids in 2011, and is also a hit with parents.

The report found that, “Dunkirk” was one of the top 20 most popular Disney films of all-time, with 3.9 million copies sold in 2016.

Dumbo, which is based on the character of George Washington, is also famous for his size and his ability to carry a heavy load.

Disney is currently working on “Dinosaurs,” the sequel to “Ducky” and a live-action film based on “The Jungle Book.”

The project is scheduled to debut next year.

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