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Tag Archives: fan video
I’m very impressed by this song from Ryan Narciso. It’s him doing all 10 parts a capella covering “A Whole New World” from Disney’s Aladdin. Ryan also has more Disney songs which you can find on his Facebook page.
Just yesterday we had a retro take on a trailer for the original Walt Disney film TRON. Now we have a modern take on the now visually retro feeling original film. But after you watch this trailer you’ll be ready … Continue reading
I’m loving this Youtube video made in the style of Jack Bauer’s 24. It is a real time look with multiple camera angles of the events surrounding the crash of Flight 815. Thos ten minutes really got me excited about … Continue reading
Since 1979 Martin has been flying across the pond with his family to visit Walt Disney World. He’s been video taping his visits since 1990. The result is a collection of more than 150 videos documenting much of the resorts … Continue reading
Apparently the latest craze over on YouTube is playing scenes from movies in reverse. Check out this scene from Disney’s The Little Mermaid for an example: I also like this one, the Chase Scene from Hunchback of Notre Dame.