This video was gonna be extra footage on my app when i was with libsyn but apple keeps saying no to my podcast. grrrr anyway here it is for you to enjoy. I think I released this but not sure. I am thinking of putting up special content on here for ATF supporters to access only. This is from The Great Movie Ride from mousefest 2008
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On this show we listen to the top 7 must see at WDW but we have two versions. The first one is from 2004 with Krissa and then 2007 with Stacy. Also some WDW commercials of rides that are now open. We also listen to the audio from the Disneyland Gallery when you call it would give an announcement that they were closing.
GHS and Betty Taylor 2 disc combo back.
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When visiting Epcot, one of the things that I enjoy the most is indulging at the pavilions around World Showcase Lagoon. I love being able to sample authentic treats from around the world, discover new scents & fragrances, and get that feeling that I’m being whisked away to new places in each and every pavilion that I visit around the Lagoon. Now when you visit Epcot World Showcase, you will find two new locations that will tantalize your taste buds and transport you to far off places without having to board a 10 hour flight.
Opening today, September 30th, Karamell-Küche (which is German for caramel kitchen) is opening its doors to let the scent of fresh caramel float through the walkways of the Germany Pavilion and onto Epcot World Showcase. This new shop will engulf you in the sights and smells of an old world German caramel shop. Storck USA, makers of Werther’s Original Caramels, invite you to sample a variety of tasty treats – brownies, cookies, and fudge – all created using Werther’s famous caramel. In addition, Cast Members will make homemade caramel corn, caramel covered apples and caramel covered strawberries right before your eyes at Karamell-Küche. A fun fact about this unique shop is that it is the only freestanding retail location for Werther’s in the world, and not only will carry items made fresh daily but a variety of specialty merchandise and gifts that are only available at Epcot.
In addition to the new caramel confections in the Germany Pavilion, Epcot is also transporting your senses to the boulevards of Paris at the newest addition to the France Pavilion. Givenchy, a worldwide leader in couture fashion, beauty and fragrances, has opened their newest shop in the former Library area of the Le Plume et Palette shop in the France Pavilion. The Givenchy Shop is the first of its kind in the United States – offering a full array of Givenchy make-up, skincare and fragrance products.
To celebrate the opening of their new shop in the France Pavilion, Givenchy is hosting a special event for all Epcot Guests September 30th-October 3rd. To celebrate, when Guests visit the new shop during this event, they are invited to take part in fragrance samplings, have their make-up done by a professional Givenchy make-up artist and receive a special gift with purchases of $50 or more in Givenchy products.
Next time you’re strolling through Epcot World Showcase, make sure to stop by these two new locations – your taste buds and senses will thank you!
Even though the inaugural Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon this weekend is completely sold out, there are plenty of ways you can still be a part of the fun.
The 11,000 registered runners will run 13.1 miles through various theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort on Saturday night at 10 p.m., then celebrate the achievement at the Finish Line Party at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival starting at 10:30 p.m. You can get into the party too – without running 13.1 miles – by buying a Finish Line Party ticket for $35 (theme park attractions and pavilions will be closed). Get your rest, though, because the party goes til 3 a.m. and will be packed with culinary delights, fine wines, Disney character meet & greets and live musical performances.
You can also check out the event’s Health & Fitness Expo at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on Friday and Saturday where you can submerge yourself in all things running – everything from new training equipment to running products and apparel to seminars on running by leading industry experts.
Get details at runDisney.com. It’s the ultimate “Runner’s Night Out’’ and probably the most fun you can have without breaking a sweat.
Continuing our features on Disney Parks Blog photographers, this week we look back on the work of Garth Vaughan. Garth has given us unique and memorable images from Walt Disney World – you can find links to his blog posts below.
Garth catches both guests and cast members in quiet, special moments.
Disney Time is Family Time – A father and sons embrace in this Father’s Day post.
Walt Disney Photography: “Details – Part 3″ – Garth was witness to this moment between Miriam and a butterfly.
QI at Epcot – QI from Beijing, China, is captured in a spontaneous moment.
Walt Disney World Photography: Cinderella – Every frame is good when Cinderella is your subject.
Garth has an eye for the time of day and the effect is has on a view of the parks.
Wonderful and Scary – Approaching the The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror on Sunset Boulevard can be spooky, exciting and thrilling.
Rush Hour – Even rush hour contains magic as you get close to the Magic Kingdom.
Magical Hour – Magic hour brings an added layer of magic to an already magical experience.
Magic Hour – A quiet moment before the start of a 5K race at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Garth shows us his unique point of view on everyday sights in the parks and beyond.
Light on Your Feet – Theses images of the Beauty And The Beast stage show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios demonstrate the show’s fluid nature.
Adventure on the High Seas – The legendary Flying Dutchman at conflict with the Wonder? Not really. Just a well-placed relic from the movie staged at Castaway Cay.
Sometimes it is the Details – A stunning perspective on Cinderella’s statue in Fantasyland.
Landscape Within the Landscape – Looking closely at plants at the International Flower & Garden Festival, new landscapes come into view with dynamic horizons.
Perspective – A different point of view on the Eiffel Tower at the France Pavilion at Epcot.
While we’ve shared details about many of the activities, exclusive merchandise, live shows and fireworks being presented at the Last Tour to Endor after-hours party at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on August 14, there’s one truly “epic” show that we have yet to give you details about — until now.
For one night only and as part of Star Wars Celebration V, the two worlds of Indiana Jones and Star Wars will collide in an ultimate film mashup show entitled “Raiders of the Lost Jedi Temple of Doom: A Fan Film of ‘Epic’ Proportions.”
While details for the live-action show have been shrouded in secrecy, we caught up with Disney’s Jason Surrell on the set this week and had a chance to catch one of the final rehearsals.
Great stuff, huh? Now, let us know which two Disney films you would like to see combined in a mashup show.