AmberThree Productions is a collaboration between Larry Gensch and Charles Wong which started with the publication of the Dis' 'n' Dat newsletter in 1993. Over the years, AmberThree Productions has distributed cartoon parodies created by artist Bob Ito, and is responsible for the ongoing entertainment collaborative EntertainMUCK (or EMuck for short), the place "where you are the star!"
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A list of web sites that are sponsored or hosted by AmberThree Productions is presented below.
AmberThree Productions and EntertainMUCK are proud to host the Disney Echo, modEARated by veteran Emuck member Rich "Mickey" Koster. Be a Disney EchoEar on this fun and friendly online connection to like-minded Disney fans from all over the world who share the Disney spirit and their opinions of up to the minute news about The Walt Disney Company, Disney movies, TV and stage shows, and tell stories about their trips to Disney theme parks, Disneyana conventions, stage shows or even about their favorite Disney Character or souvenir. The Disney Echo is a place to remember the old, keep in touch with the new, and cover ALL facets of the Disney empire -- theme parks, movies, TV and stage shows, memorabilia, magical vacations... All Things Disney.
AmberThree Productions and EntertainMUCK are also proud to host Iago & Zazu's Attraction of the Week -- A tropical fruit salad of surprisingly bad puns and fascinatingly educational tidbits on a bed of paradigmatic RADP lunacy. Join them as the birds take you on a tongue-in-beak tour of Disney park attractions of the past, present, and improbable. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll learn!
AmberThree Productions hosts Ito Galleries, Ink, an archive of humorous images created by cartoonist Bob Ito. These remain the most popular downloads on our server.
AmberThree Productions' first publication was DIS' 'n' DAT, which was first publisheed on USENET in 1993. This is a humorous look at all things related to Disney, focusing on current events and the rec.arts.disney newsgroup. Issues were produced monthly through the end of 1994, with a few more published in the middle of 1995. The publication is currently "on hiatus," although there are no current plans to resume publication.
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