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Tag Archives: new fantasyland
Walt Disney Imagineering has released some wonderful footage that compares a full ride-through of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train side-by-side with an original pre-vis CGI ride-through that was created early on in the attraction’s development. Of course, the full ride-through … Continue reading
Every night around 15 minutes before the fireworks shoot off, guests walking through the pathways of New Fantasyland “may get wet.” That phrase sounds familiar to guests who’ve seen Fantasmic!, but why would it happen in New Fantasyland? Well, because … Continue reading
The walls are down around a small section of Snow White’s mountain at the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland expansion. So we’re back with a second update on the roller coaster this month. Work by Disney’s … Continue reading
from Instagram: Walls are down at part of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in the Magic Kingdom This is the big drop on the roller coaster. Very fast! More pics and video soon.
We’re very excited to receive this new video interview with Walt Disney Imagineers Ben Van Beusekon and Mary Mac Eachin who explain the creative process behind designing and producing themed cars for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train roller coaster. In the … Continue reading