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Walt Disney's ultimate, overriding goal was to create wholesome, uplifting, and perhaps even inspiring entertainment that people from all walks of life could enjoy together. Disney was a great champion of innovation, but gave his respectful nod to the illustrious pioneers of the past as well. I don't care if you're 18 or 85: Disney is for everybody. And that's the way he always wanted it to be. (You might want to rethink that 55 cat thing, though. I mean, 101 Dalmatians is fine in an animated movie, but in real life, I have to pick up after ONE yorkie...my mother's. And it ain't no pretty job.)
Wait a minute! What? 55 cats? now that's unusual. But no,watching walt disney at 45 has no stigma or downside at all. they were wholesome family movies that had one function; to entertain and provide some enjoyment. then again,i'm nearly 60 and i still like daffy duck,bugs bunny,elmer fudd,foghorn leghorn, and all the rest of the cartoons from when i had was a kid.
You're 45. No husband. No boyfriend. No family. Basically no life at all. Think hard. For the next 30 years, see if you're doing the same thing as it is today. You alone have the power to change your life - for better or for worse. May God always watch over you.
NO WAY! Your never to old to enjoy a good ol' Disney movie. As long as your a kid-at-heart, you'll never be to old. So turn on that TV, and put on whatever you want to watch, not what other people think is right for your age.