In this opportunity, the group has gathered to comment on the pros and cons of the latest re-skin of the Tower Of Terror at DCA. They ponder if the ride is Universal-ish, their problems with the new Soarin’ Around The World and how Wings Over Washington is an improved version of Soarin.
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I recently discovered this podcast with a very interesting episode. In this case, the hosts talk about the artist behind the beautiful background landscapes that dictated the aesthetics of Sleeping Beauty. They explore the early beginnings of Erving Earle, how he became part of the Disney studio, and his projects in the end of his career.
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I recently started listening to the No Midnight podcast since their Disney Decade series with Network 1901. In this episode, they talk about the attractions that need to go away in order for Disneyland to improve. This creates the question of sacred attractions and when is it necessary to demolish them and move on.
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I’ve recently discovered this podcast thanks to an interview in the Retro Disney World podcast. It has surprised me the amount of Disney-related interviews from all branches. In this episode, Tammy talks with part of the cast from Disneyland Fun, a VHS tape released in 1990 as part of the Disney Sing-Along-Songs series. It’s interesting because I had a copy of this video. Listening to some behind-the-scenes stuff shows you how much fun it is to be part of such small projects like this.
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So far, this new series from Network 1901 has been one of the best audio productions we’ve heard in Disney podcasts. In this episode, we explora what Eisner had to do after the death of Frank Wells, Pixar’s Toy Story, and the opening of one of the greatest dark rides in theme park history.
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Jim Hill has been kicking of a series of podcast about the history of Fantasmic. The episodes also blend with some commentary on the current Disney news and how different did the parks worked during the development of the nighttime parade.
You can copy/paste this URL to your podcast app of choice:Part 1, Part 2. You can also check The Disney Dish Podcast via iTunes.
While Christine is in a trip, Rob and Kat consider how a Disney Airline could work, implementing the guest experience that is offered in the parks. Also, Rob considers how Disney could look if Jeffrey Katzenberg became the CEO.
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