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Movies
Astrópía (2007)

Floki: You're just thinking of the Disneyfication of animation. Anime has much more to offer.
Floki: Disney has bought and hidden away many of the jewels of Anime to keep them from western audiences. To make a buck off The Lion Kingdom of the Mouse House.
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Balls of Fury (2007)

Randy: I'm going to Disneyland!
Announcer: As Reno's golden boy was humiliated in the semifinals, and if he lives to be 100, he'll never live down that Disneyland line.
Chef (2014)

Carl: Who wants to stop at Disney World?
Martin: Oh, yeah, I do.
Percy: Disney World? That's real? We shouldn't stop till we hit New Orleans.

Car: A kid who'd rather go to New Orleans than Disney World. Now I've seen everything.
Comet (2014)

Dell: It's enough already with L.A. It's like a mix of moral nihilism and Disneyland.
Couples Retreat (2009)

Cyn: It's got fun, it's got sun. It's Disneyland for adults.
Easy A (2010)

Olive: Oh, my God. The illusion is shattered. This is exactly why they put you in the gas chamber if you take your head off at Disney World.
Woodchuck: Actually I think they just fire you. You're thinking of Disneyland. Disney World is more liberal.
Olive: Oh yeah. I always forget Disney World went blue in the last election.
Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010)

Thierry: You know, I'm kind of excited I'm going to Disneyland.
Flickering Lights (2000)

Therese: That's what regular people do. Have kids, take them to Disneyland.
Torkild: Six Flags is better.
Iron Man (2008)

Announcer: Tonight's red-hot red carpet is right here at the Disney Concert Hall, where Tony Stark's third annual benefit for the Firefighter's Family Fund has become the place to be for L.A.'s high society.
Logorama (2009)

Not Another Happy Ending (2013)

Benny: The winner gets a holiday in America and two tickets to Disneyland.
Benny: When she was a little girl, every penny her mother gave her she put in the piggy bank, saving up, you know, to go to Disneyland. Every birthday it was Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Disneyland, Mickey Mouse, you know.
Benny: But if we win tonight, I'm gonna take her to Disneyland. Aye. I don't mean the shite one in Paris. The real Disneyland.
Paradise (2013)

Lamb: Looks like Disney World.
Taxi Driver: You been there? Disneyland?
Lamb: I wasn't allowed, because the Disney corporation supports a homosexual agenda. They even have a special day at the park just for homosexuals.
SLC Punk! (1998)

Stevo: My mom and dad told me that this place was Disneyland. Rightfuly so. Living with Micky Mouse, Donald, Daffy, the whole crew.
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Very Annie Mary (2001)

Bethan: I never wanted to go to Disneyland.
WarGames (1983)

McKittrick: Another tour group just what we need today. Why don't they go to Disneyland where they belong.
Pat: Well I think they are tomorrow.
Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995)

Dawn: I don't want to go to Disney World.

Television
30 Rock: Apollo, Apollo (2009)

Jack: A list I made in the fifth grade of the things I wanted to have done by the time I turned 50.
Liz: Oh, my god. This is adorable. "Go to Disneyland. Ride in an airplane. Kiss Peggy Fleming."
Jack: "Go to Disneyland." Lemon, I've held Walt Disney's frozen head in my hands.
30 Rock: The Bubble (2009)

Liz: See because of your whole, you know, Disney prince thing---
Drew: Actually they used footage of me from my high school swim team to draw Prince Eric.
30 Rock: The Fighting Irish (2007)

Jack: I haven't seen Eddie since I bailed him out of Disney jail.
30 Rock: Generalissimo (2009)

Generalissimo: This role has made me rich, famous and respected. I get to cut the line at Disneyland, if I come mid-week. I have a lucrative endorsement deal with Sabor De Soledad!
Action: Blowhard (1999)

Stuart: Disney has about 101 dogs that are looking for work.
Action: Mr. Dragon Goes To Washington (1999)

David Hasselhoff: An entire day at Disneyland with none other than the king of pop himself.
Action: Re-enter the Dragon (1999)

Peter: It's Lloyd Bellwether from Disney.
Peter: You Disney guys are dumb f#$%@.
The Book Group: On The Road (2002)

Clare: And please, don't tell me that you've been to Disney World because I've heard that like so many times already.
Come Fly with Me: Episode 1 (2010)

Employee: Where are you flying to today?
Happy Lady: Disneyland!
Happy Man: Los Angeles.
Happy Lady: We're getting married in Disneyland.
Employee: Oh, congratulations.
Happy Lady: Why do I love Disney so much? Mm, probably cause I'm quite thick.
Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited (2011)

Interface: Or try our roller coaster zone, authentically modeled on the famous warp speed death ride at Disneyland, Klom.
Gravity: Let It Mellow (2010)

Lilly: I will make your nastiest fantasy seem like a Disney movie but not when food's involved.
Suburgatory: No, You Can’t Sit with Us (2014)

Victor: Where are we going, dad? Is it Disney World? Wherever we go, it'll feel like Disney World if I'm with you.
True Blood: Escape from Dragon House (2008)

Bill: Still think you're in Disneyworld?
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Gets a Job! (2015)

Xanthippe: You know, Disney lies to little girls. Stepmothers aren't scary and nannies aren't magical, and dwarves do not let you sleep in their house without expecting something.
Titus: None of us are licensed, and by renting these costumes, you're infringing on the intellectual property of The Children's Television Workshop, Marvel Comics, Walt Disney, and Japan PervCo.
Titus: I had some first hand experience with Disney's copyright lawyers.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Goes to a Party! (2015)

Julian: Put Walt Disney's head on the phone. Then wake it up.
The Vicar of Dibley: Dibley Live (1996)

Vicar: All I've managed to get is two tickets for a luxury weekend in Disneyland Paris with 500 pounds spending money. Thank you. Thank you.
David: Not bad as prizes go but lets face it a holiday in a puerile american style theme park. Can you really see that inspiring the ancient traditional country folk of Dibley?

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