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Tag Archives: Fantasmic!
It seems different enough it should have it’s own name. You don’t hear the iconic Fantasmic strains until 2 minutes into the show. Overall, I’m impressed at the grandeur and beauty of the show. Seems like a worthy successor to … Continue reading
It’s time for another Videopolis: Fantasmic style. This time it’s the University of Oregon Marching Band doing the honors. There’s a whole slew of videos with Marching Bands playing Fantasmic. Apparently it’s quite a hit. Who knew!
Someone did manage to capture Murphy’s nervous breakdown on video: Previously: Big Problems with Fantasmic at Disneyland.
Word on the street is that Murphy the Dragon had a major malfunction during last night’s 9:00 pm performance. Murphy, of course, is the dragon that refused to work for much of the initial summer season it was installed for. … Continue reading
So last night wast the debut of ‘Murphy’ the new Fantasmic! Dragon at Disneyland. Murphy got her name because of the problems Disneyland Entertainment experienced trying to get the huge effect to work properly. As such it took quite a … Continue reading