The cultural blockade has banished Disney characters from Yugoslav newspapers and magazines for children, and it is pushing Yugoslavia into a spiritual ghetto. On Saturday January 9th, the “Walt Disney Publication” company (Burbank, California), informed, by telefax, the Belgrade POLITIKIN ZABAVNIK magazine that, “until further notice”, it can, in no way, use Disney characters. Saturday […]

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