Well falling off that mountain isn’t on my bucket list. I don’t even see myself going to the top of it or anywhere close to the mountain for that matter.
May the Lord be with you as He is with me.
The Lion King is a great animated film. Disney hit a streak with The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Aladdin, and Beauty and the Beast.
So what is/was the second highest-grossing, hand-drawn film of all time? Steamboat Willie?
Mount Thor has a straight down drop of 4,101 feet. It’s elevation is 5,495 feet. Here are some links if anyone cares.
I noted the person saying, “Long Live the King,” indicating this was submitted pretty recently.
Too bad Disney would never admit to blatantly ripping off a Japanese anime series to make the Lion King. In fact they out and out denied doing it which made me lose a lot of respect for the House of Mouse.
Lemme take your picture up here by that cliff.. step back.. back further.. a little more… just a little m.. oops.. bye.
Take care, may smirking life insurance salesman Ned “Watch That First Step It’s A Doozy” Reyersord be with you, and gesundheit.
Mt Thor is in the Far North, on Baffin Island. On a clear day you can see Greenland from the summit. Mount Thor, officially gazetted as Thor Peak (Inuktitut: Qaisualuk “huge bedrock” or Inuktitut: Kigutinnguaq “tooth-like”, is a mountain with an elevation of 1,675 m (5,495 ft) located in Auyuittuq National Park, on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. The mountain is located 46 km (29 mi) northeast of Pangnirtung and features Earth’s greatest vertical drop of 1,250 m (4,100 ft), with the cliff overhanging at an average angle of 15 degrees from vertical. Despite its remoteness, this feature makes the mountain a popular rock climbing site. Camping is allowed, with several designated campsites located throughout the length of Akshayuk Pass. For climbers looking to scale Mount Thor, there is an established campsite a few kilometres north of its base, complete with windbreaks and emergency shelters.
But the first 3,999 will be the greatest thrill of your life
“Three Little Fishies”
Theme song from FLIPPER
Funny about the dolphins. Since they are mammals, there is no reason to sing to babies in the womb, according to PP, they are alive till birth. Funny how they spend so much money and time killing something that is not alive.
Is there some connection with today’s subject, Lion King, and the date? Also, I thought “Frozen” was the most successful animated film ever?
Tuna Fratata to y’all! An’ Happy Friday!
Yes, I actually watched the original movie & its sequels altogether – and enjoyed them all!!
I know from literature that “You can’t fall off a mountain” so I don’t believe that about Mount Thor.
I’ve never seen or wanted to see The Lion King.
Tom and Jerry is a close second
Only thing missing in the Cliff scene is a stampede