It’s a wild cry, but you hear it all the time on the various Disney Themepark discussion boards. Never in Disney’s history have they brought an attraction back from the dead. Okay, they did dredge up the old film for America The Beautiful, but the attraction itself (circlevision) was never really dead (of course, it… Read More »Bring Back Toad!
and I do mean poor. The Orlando Sentinal continues coverage of the Tigger Molestation sham, I mean trial, with a story on Chartrand’s request to return to work. But the real story is buried in the middle of the article: Chartrand makes between $6.35 and $6.85 an hour, and, like most characters, had been working… Read More »Poor Tigger
The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe production is underway. Filmforce has an update (the first in a series) from the set. Additional links to past stories at the bottom of the page.
If there is one thing the internet is efficient at it’s collecting information. Recipe websites have long been a staple of the net and Disney recipies are no exception. AllEarsNet hosts the most complete recipe collection I could find. I’ve referred to it often (try the JIKO Mac and Cheese!) The OrlandoSentinal has also posted… Read More »Disney Foodie
Kevin Yee, of Miceage.com, has a new column where he rips into Seaworld Orlando’s new night show ‘Mistify’. Unfortunately his review is almost as tough to follow as the show. But at the very end he speaks about about Mission Space, the new space simulator attraction at EPCOT. Including this quote from a Nasa Engineer:… Read More »Yee calls Shamu out (and Mission Space!)
In light of the recent trial of Tigger for child molestation, The Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino has a funny look at “How to Avoid a ‘touching’ moment at Walt Disney World.” 12. When looking at Chip, be thinking about Dale: they work as a team. I can vouch for the accuracy of this… Read More »Avoiding Unwanted Character Attention.
Webjay.org posts an amazing collection of video and audio clips from Disney attractions around the world. Also included are some famous clips from the history of The Walt Disney Company. (Thanks Cory at BoingBoing.net)
The Children’s Place is one step closer to buying the once proud and vibrant chain of Disney Stores. The Disney Stores used to be known for providing a little bit of the Disney Magic via a cadre of highly trained employees (er Cast Members), a cache of unique Disney merchandise, and access to collectibe art and merchandise without having to visit one of the theme parks. Paul Pressler, who failed so miserably as President of Disneyland, led the charge of the Disney stores from 75 outlets to over 600. When he left to take the Disneyland position The Disney Stores seemed destined to be a strong part of The Walt Disney Company for the long term future.