THE sun is back, the beach bars are opening.
Once again celestial ivory bodies will grace our lonesome beaches and rumours of new developments concerning Walt Disney will persist.
It’s a Mojacar thing, ‘our’ topic to be contemplated, gossiped and discussed.
So, sit back, rip the cap off a cold one, put your feet up and let’s share some hints of news concerning Mojacar’s favourite uncle Walt. It all concerns a “new production” documentary out now.
You can grab a peek of it by going through Tito.
The production hopefully will be released shortly as a two part documentary — but, if you can’t wait and want to be “the know it all on the beach in the early summer”—better visit the beach bar that lights up the sea and have a word with Uncle Tito.
Why wait for news when you can jump the queue. This was no ordinary production knocked off amongst friends but was slick Hollywood style.
More than 115 hours of film condensed to just 90 minutes of raw information —fast and furious taking into play the multifarious angles of the “pre historic” topic.
It was an undeniable truth that men came here back in the 40’s looking for information concerning someone from the village. (Pity there weren’t three of them riding camels).
The old stories of the village priest’s are preserved. Then the film jumps to unique special places and new characters that all lend a touch of credence to rumour and refute the dastardly allegations of Mark Elliott´s debasing book concerning Disney, The Prince Of Darkness.
A certificate of baptism is located in Chicago and a residence but no birth registry.
Ellis Island is combed for official entries as is Boston, Philadelphia and New Orleans. Then off to California to meet some of Uncle Walt’s most trusted and long termed employees, all of whom have an insight or two to offer the quest.
Time and time again trains keeping chugging into the story. It was the train concept wherein Mojacar’s Tito met Uncle Walt as a child year’s back. DNA testing waits in the wings.
It’s all better than a Hollywood thriller with nothing more important at stake than the true identity of one of the world’s great personalities.
Walt Disney was once asked directly if he was Spanish and replied with his favourite uncle Walt smile: “Quien sabe?”