Quotes from Disney after Dark

Ridley Pearson ·  326 pages

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“If you don't believe in yourself, who will?' ~Maybeck”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“There's a fine line between imagination and reality. An inventor dreams something up, and pretty soon, it's there on the table before him. A science-fiction writer envisions another world, and then some space probe finds it. If you believe in something strongly enough, I think you can make it happen.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“Wayne was one of the worst drivers Finn had ever met. The bus nearly sideswiped two cars, then veered left and scraped its wheels against the curb, before smashing back down the roadway.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“If you don't beleve in yourself, who will?' ~Maybeck”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“When I do things I shouldn't do, my mother says I need a new pair of glasses -- that I should be be looking differently at the choices I make.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“MEN, Charlene said.
Leave that to you! Willa quipped.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“You can’t get any ‘cooler’ than Disney World.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“Well, listen, Obi-Wan," Philby said sarcastically. "Why don't you tell me and Luke here where to find him, and we'll make for hyperspace.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“Amazing things happen when we put our minds to it. There is a saying that seeing is believing. But believing is seeing, as well. And touching. And hearing. Connecting.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“Few battles are won by strength alone. Cunning and knowing your resources can help you overpower the most powerful.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“You forgot something: evil never wins in the Magic Kingdom.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“Finn stood away from all the water with his friend Dillard, who had taken the occasion to borrow one of his father's Hawaiian shirts. Finn thought he looked pretty cool.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“The "rain" was nothing more than the emergency sprinkler system gone wild. All this trouble could be easily explained: the sprinklers malfunctioning. Maleficent had done her job well.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“That's right," Philby said, remembering. "You're a computer freak, aren't you, Maybeck?"
"Freak? I'm freaking good with them, if that's what you're asking.”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“Three nights ago at the end of the Fantasmics show, the dragon set Mickey on fire. Obviously, that’s not supposed to happen. Mickey is supposed to win. He jumped into the water. He’s all right. The crowd laughed. They didn’t get it. But Mickey could have…He could have…could be in some serious trouble. And then what?”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

“There is just one moon and one golden sun—” Sun! Finn thought. What were they missing? “And a smile means friendship to ev’ryone—”
― Ridley Pearson, quote from Disney after Dark

About the author

Ridley Pearson
Born place: in Glen Cove, New York, The United States
Born date March 13, 1953
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