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This 1938 article from "Stage Magazine" appeared at a time when the "Palm Award", granted by the editors of "Stage Magazine", was a reliable form of social currency and would actually serve the highly favored recipients in such a grand manner as to allow them brief respites at dining tables found at various swanky watering holes as New York's Twenty-One Club and El Morocco.

Today, a "Palm Award", plus four dollars, will get you a medium-sized cappuccino at Starbucks. Walt Disney was awarded a "Palm" in 1938 for his achievement in producing "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs".

Click here to read about the miracle that was
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs".

     


More Peer Adoration for Walt Disney (Stage Magazine, 1938)

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