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“Bloat” meets Bloat, Brad Garrett visits Finding Nemo Musical

Here’s another great celebrity moment that could only happen at Walt Disney World. Comedian Brad Garrett (“Everybody Loves Raymond,” “‘Til Death”) does his best blowfish impression alongside two characters from the “Finding Nemo – The Musical” show at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The show is based… Read More »“Bloat” meets Bloat, Brad Garrett visits Finding Nemo Musical

Submarine Voyage Cast Member in the Paper

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Barbara Giasone of the Orange County Register gives us another profile of a Disneyland cast member. "Finding Nemo" captain/trainer Jeremiah Allen of Fullerton will tell you piloting the eight yellow submarines that circle a Tomorrowland lagoon is no easy task. "You have to continually make sure the audio matches the visual," said Allen, 27, who… Read More »Submarine Voyage Cast Member in the Paper

Morning Roundup – June 22

Disney steps up enforcement against teenage loiterers and disrupters at Downtown Disney. This is in response to a perceived general increase in "ganglike" behavior at the shopping and entertainment center. Last weekend over 40 trespass warnings were issued, as many as had been issued in the previous 5 1/2 months. At least one banned individual… Read More »Morning Roundup – June 22

Disneyland Submarines, Past and Present

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My wife and I, enjoying her 9th month of pregnancy, dropped in to Disneyland Park to ride the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage.  It is a decent attraction and I think it will be a hit, especially with the kids.  It’s nice to have the subs back, along with an experience that isn’t essentially duplicated at… Read More »Disneyland Submarines, Past and Present

Disney makes big moves on Broadway

The OC Register looks at Disney’s growing presence in the realm of Broadway musicals. With the long running The Lion King and the newest player Mary Poppins… Factor in "Beauty and the Beast," faithfully drawing in the crowds in New York since 1994; "Tarzan," an expensive extravaganza that opened to underwhelming reviews in New York… Read More »Disney makes big moves on Broadway

Joe Ranft: Pixar Remembers

Remembrances and and tributes to the late Joe Ranft, head of story at Pixar, keep rolling in. In light of the 10th Anniversary of Toy Story, the film that drew Joe to Pixar, I wanted to shed light on a few of those posts. Susan posts a few insights from the family’s memorial for Joe,… Read More »Joe Ranft: Pixar Remembers

Round up

Barb,, continues her detailed look at the life of a Disney fan in Celebration. This week — the endless pie buffet. WebMikey, a previous guest author here, finally gets around to reviewing some of his Disney books starting with The Art of Finding Nemo., did I mention was nominated for a webby, … Read More »Round up