Join Matt and Nate each week as we discuss Disney History, Disney Theme Parks Details and Theme Park Touring. Segments examine attractions, shows of the past and present of Disney theme parks and more.
A weekly podcast that looks back and reviews Disney feature films from Snow White to Frozen. We will ask three questions of each film. Does it hold up? Is it a morals or an emotion driven film? What is the iconic shot?
The Ultimate Disneyland & WDW Audio Adventure Podcast. A celebration of the magical sounds of Disney in FULL STEREO SOUND, brought to you by "the Disney Sounds Guy" Paul Barrie. A WindowtotheMagic is a weekly journey into the wonderful world of the Disney Theme Parks, and the sounds which make those parks so fantastic. Containing everything from Disney created "source audio" to sounds recorded "live" at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, this is just the fix every Disney fan needs when they can't get to the park. Do you remember the Goodyear peoplemover? Do you love the Adventure thru Inner Space? Then this is the show for you!
Mousetalgia is a podcast for Disney fans about Disneyland, Disney in society, and Disney trivia and history. Enjoy in-depth reviews of the parks, discussions about Disneyana and Disney merchandise, and our take on the latest Disney movies, books and more. View our galleries and join the discussion at www.mousetalgia.com!
A weekly podcast dedicated to theme parks, roller coasters and thrill rides. During each show, we talk about the total theme park experience. We'll have interviews with the people making decisions at your favorite park, reviews and ratings of the newest rides and attractions, discussion about everyday park experiences and chances to win tickets and merchandise from parks around the country!
Join the Disney Food Blog's AJ Wolfe on a Disney Dining adventure! The DFB Podcast covers everything from fine dining to fast food and snacks in the Disney Theme Parks, resorts, and cruise ships. Get the best Disney dining tips and tricks from AJ's 20 years of experience with Walt Disney World, Disneyland, the Disney Cruise Line, and much more.
In this bi-weekly podcast, your hosts Tracey and Scott will take you to Disney, Indiana and discuss books, movies, music, theme parks, video games, and whatever else in the Disneyverse they'd like to talk about. They'll share audio clips, interviews and other surprises along the way. If you enjoy all aspects of the Mouse, come and hang out in Disney, Indiana.
This is "YOUR TICKET TO RIDE!"- A diverse audio presentation on the Themed Entertainment & Amusement Industry. Immersive discussions on Theme Parks, Dark Rides, Roller Coasters, Interactive Atrractions, Themed Shows, World's Fair, etc. with the creators behind the industry. Disney Parks, Universal Studios, Six Flags, Cedar Fair, Busch Entertainment, and much more. The Most In-Depth Theme Park Podcast on the Internet!
Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom - with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast - only time, and bandwidth, will tell.
The Golden Horseshoe Review is a podcast about Disney Parks and Resorts—the lands, attractions, and hotels—and the Imagineers that dream, design, and build them. There are lots of Disney podcasts out there; we've tried to streamline ours - We're focused: we talk only about Disney theme parks, from the experience and design angles. No talk about movies, pin trading, video games, or ESPN. We're short: we'll always be around thirty minutes; we try to be less than twenty. We're direct: we don't waste time with a lot of interstitial audio and infrastructure. This show is simply three Disney geeks discussing Disney theme parks. On with the show!
Outside the Magic - Themed Entertainment Outside the Ordinary
Mousetalgia reports on "Wish Upon a Star: The Art of Pinocchio," the latest special exhibition at the Walt Disney Family Museum. First, Jeff reports on a talk by animation historian John Canemaker in a presentation focusing on an analysis of two of Pinocchio's lead animators: Bill Tytla and Milt Kahl. Then, we have a review of the exhibition, and we discuss historian Robin Allan's take on the Blue Fairy. Plus, in honor of Memorial Day, we play a wartime radio speech Walt Disney gave explaining the studio's role in the war effort in July of 1943 on "The March of Time." Also - a listener shares super tips for having a successful Disneyland honeymoon, Jeff gives you a chance to get a little whistle, Mousetalgia "Inner Space" t-shirts are now on sale, Kristen tries Oculus Rift, and we talk about Muppet pizza, Disney LEGO Minifigs, Disneyland MyMagic+ plans, and more. Plus, please vote for us in the Podcast Awards. We appreciate your support for our nomination, and now we need daily vot ...
It's Memorial Day weekend! That means the parks are open daily! We start this week by discussing an LA Times article about the abundance of sponsorship at the theme park. Is this a major annoyance to guests? Or does nobody care at all? Our Park Hopper segment focuses on Rye Playland in New York! The guys learn a lot about the unique and antique attractions at this classic park. We also have a Live Trip Report from Carowinds and some updates on past CoasterRadio.com topics! Plus, we go LIVE to Layer Elementary School and Lawton Elementary school to talk with over 200 kids and find out the winner of their Coaster Design Contest! All this and much, much more!
This afternoon I went to see ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS to bring you a day of release review on the follow up to Tim Burton's ALICE IN WONDERLAND. Personally I had high hopes with James Bobin taking over the directorial reigns with his successful Muppet's reboot. When I saw the trailer though it seemed the same old same old. Disney trailers lately though have been very poorly put together in raising my excitement. So, how did the film wind up through? Does it take the material and achieve a better thread that we experienced in the first film or does it stagger into the same issues? We shall see!
Davy Crockett enters out sites this week as we take a detailed look into the film that launched a cultural phenomenon. Or, the three part TV series that started a phenomenon and was then cut down to a 93 minute theatrical version. As always we will discuss the films history while also summarizing it while giving our reactions along the way. At the close we will ask three questions of the film. Does it hold up? What is the iconic shot? Is it trying to deliver a moral, elicit an emotional response, both or does it fail to do either? To make our way through the thickets and the mud is the omni-brain of the Main Street Gazette, Ryan P Wilson. In addition, at the top of the show we will discuss the opening dates of the updated Soarin' and the brand new Frozen Ever After in EPCOT along with a new Jungle Book show in Animal Kingdom, a new stage show in the Magic Kingdom and more. Lot's to do, let's get to it! Follow Ryan on Twitter @mainstgazette on Instagram HERE and visit his site at Ma ...
It's a great, big, beautiful tomorrow here in Disney, Indiana as our hosts prepare this month's Forgotten Favorites segment. This month they are going to feature the former Epcot Future World attraction, Horizons. The attraction that told us if we can dream it, then we can do it - and our hosts are going to expand that spirit to the rest of the episode as they share audio from two attractions related to Horizons, The Carousel of Progress and Mission: Space. They'll wrap up the show with a quick look at the Tsum Tsum Kingdom, a call over to the Main Street Cinema and bring us some listener feedback. So don't move a muscle and welcome to Disney, Indiana!
It's back to the Mousetalgia Mailbag! This week's questions include: Touring the Disneyland Reort with youngsters - how young is too young? Watching YouTube videos of Disney attractions - how much do they spoil the in-person attraction experience? Disneyland FastPass strategies - where to start, and how to maximize your experience. Plus - Disneyland Paris tips for quick trips, Walt Disney World must-dos, Disneyland snacks, a very awkward Jungle Cruise moment, celebrating a "Disneymoon" - and more!
With both Holiday World & Splashin' Safari open daily for 2016, our #PodSquad gives some practical tips on visiting our water park and also discusses some new and notable tidbits about one of our water coasters, Mammoth. We also test out a new treat and get a perfect answer in 70 Degrees of Separation! #HoWoPo Hosted by: Hosted by: Paula Werne, Matt Eckert, Lauren Crosby, Leah Koch & Eric Rentz 00:00 - Intro 01:56 - We're going to be on TV! 03:42 - Welcome the #PodSquad 07:43 - Legend Reborn 12:25 - Mammoth Boats 16:42 - It's Official! 19:05 - Splashin' Safari Tips 26:11 - A Tasty Treat 33:17 - Upcoming Holidays 44:23 - 70th Birthday History 48:16 - #HoWoPo Feedback 57:20 - 70 Degrees of Separation
We talk about the latest RMC to hit the scene... Joker at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom! We also have a Live Trip Report and a Wedding Invitation from Germany! Will Mike and EB travel to Europe for a listener's wedding? Our Park Hopper segment focuses on Dorney Park in Allentown, PA! There's a lot to know about this former trout pond and park! Finally, our Interactive Topic asks listeners to name their favorite ride with two stipulations. It can't be a roller coaster and it can't be at a Disney or Universal Park. All this and much, much more!
Welcome to Episode 29: Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival Review! What’s It About? In this podcast DFB Disneyland columnist Heather Sievers joins AJ to chat about the Disney California Food and Wine Festival, which just returned to Disneyland Resort after a 5 year hiatus! We were SO excited to hear that the festival was returning to Disneyland, and this year they added marketplace booths — similar to what you’ll see around World Showcase at Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival — for the first time! Want more DFB? Order the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining 2016 edition today for $4 off using code HAPPYPLACE! Visit DFBStore.com to order your must-have DFB guidebooks! Plus, follow Disney Food Blog on Instagram for your daily dose of Disney food deliciousness! Thanks for listening! Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes and leave your comments below!
A WINDOW TO THE MAGIC: DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE PODCAST
CONTACT US TODAY! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voicemail: 1-307-GET-WTTM (438-9886) Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wttm Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brynane Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wttmpodcast ********************************* Michel Bouman takes us to Disney Studios Paris to enjoy two attractions that we don't have in the United States Parks and even one that has closed since this recording was made! Merci, Michel pour l'audio magique ! Enjoy! ********************************* WindowtotheMagic is a member of the Micechat.com Podcast Network. Visit Micechat for all the latest Disney news, along with a healthy dose of commentary! Thanks to Micechat for sharing the WTTM magic with their readers! ********************************* THE WTTM PODCAST APPLICATIONS for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch & now for Android & Kindle Fire Mobile access to the shows, and MUCH more! The WindowtotheMagic Podcast App: Apple: http://tinyurl.com/wttmapp Android: http://tinyurl.com/wttmapp ...
Dave and Becky report on their recent experience at the Disneyland Tinker Bell Half Marathon, and talk about the state of runDisney, the race experience and routes, the switch to PhotoPass for Disney's half marathon photography, and runDisney's new virtual 5K runs. Also, Van Eaton Galleries will be hosting another Disney auction, and we welcome Mike Van Eaton to the show to discuss some of the jaw-dropping items that will be featured in June's "Collecting Disney" auction. From the original score to "Minnie's Yoo Hoo" to a Mickey Mouse doll that Walt Disney gave to a dear friend from his time in France during WWI, the new auction continues to amaze Disneyana collectors with materials from Kay Kamen, the original Mickey Mouse Club, the studio's early feature films, "lost" materials, rare toys - and more. Plus - a sad week for Disney, Dixieland Band Camp memories, "Minnie-ature" Cream Lip Stain, and more.
WEDway Radio - Walt Disney World and Disneyland Examined with some Disney History
Based on the classic novel by Jules Verne, 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA was the first film produced by Buena Vista following many years with RKO. Released in December of 1954 the film was a bonafide hit for the studio. Over the years the imagery of the film has stood the test of time with the design of the Nautilus by Harper Goff shaping the way Captain Nemo's ship is seen to this day. Does the film as a whole hold up though? We discuss the film and put our three questions up to it. Does the film hold up? What is the iconic shot? Does the film have a moral message or does it aim for an emotional response? Does it have both? Neither? All that and more as we are once again joined by Ryan Wilson of the Main Street Gazette!
The Incredible Hulk is about to ROAR back to life at Islands of Adventure. We'll talk about the new entrance, queue, storyline and sleek coaster trains. Shanghai Disneyland opens next month, but the park is in soft openings now. That means people are starting to take video of the rides, including Soarin' Over the World, Tron Light Cycle Power Run and the incredible new Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for Sunken Treasure. However, Mike isn't thrilled with the quality of the video. We have a Live Trip Report from Dorney Park and our Park Hopper segment about Enchanted Forest in Oregon! Finally, we have Kevin and Cincinnati Jon's interview with Cedar Fair's CEO Matt Ouimet and Cedar Point's Director of Communications Tony Clark. Yes, they talk about Valravn, but they also talk about the park itself and what plans they have for 2016 and beyond.
On this week's installment of the Disney Movie Hour series we travel towards the second star to the right and straight on till morning as we look at 1953's PETER PAN. Like much of his other films, Walt Disney had plans to bring J.M Barrie's novel to the screen earlier than destiny would have it but since its release you can argue that PAN is one of the most enduring films ever produced by the studio. Is that accurate though or simply the view of those through the lens of nostalgia? Well, here we are to discuss that very question along with three others that we put towards every film we observe. Number 1 : does it hold up? Number 2 : what is the iconic shot of the film? Finally, is this a film trying to deliver a moral or is it aimed at garnering an emotional reaction? Both? Neither? Much to discuss so lets go, it's showtime!
There is unrest in Disney, Indiana. The Podcast Registration Act, also known as the RSS Feed Accords, has made its way out of committee and is heading for a full vote in front of the town council. This legislation states that all podcasts should be fully registered online and easily accessible. This has driven a wedge between our hosts - are you on #TeamTracey and support the act or are you on #TeamScott and think podcasts should be free in the wild? Make your voice known as you listen to see if this divisiveness causes a riff, a skirmish or all out civil war between our hosts as they bring you their coverage of the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - Captain America: Civil War. They've also got reviews of a couple of mobile games this episode - Marvel Puzzle Quest and Disney Crossy Road. Can our hosts find common ground and get through the episode - or will a call over to the Main Street Cinema lead to tarmac tragedy? Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
A team of Imagineers recently spoke about the ins and outs of starting a career as an Imagineer, and Jeff reports on the panel discussion. Hosted at the Walt Disney Family Museum, Imagineers Marty Sklar, Tony Baxter, Frank Stanek and Tom Morris spoke candidly about how to enter the field of theme park attraction design, including topics such as the right attitude and training, your portfolio, the best entry jobs to launch a career in Imagineering, and more. As a bonus, Sklar and Baxter offered surprising personal opinions about hot topics including Star Wars Land and Magic Bands. Next - Slingbacks, strollers and snacks, oh my: we talk toddlers at the park as Kristen reports on her first time at Disneyland with her 16 month old daughter and offers tips and tricks for a successful trip. Topics include Photopass woes, dealing with character fears, attraction options, Toon Town vs. A Bugs Land, and character breakfast options. Plus - we look at some of Disney's most ominous mothers - a ...
The Legend reopens, a tasteful surprise, and a chat with our "plant manager." Plus we learn the different names some rides had back when we were Santa Claus Land, 70 Degrees of Crankiness, and a promo code! #HoWoPo Hosted by: Paula Werne, Matt Eckert, Leah Koch & Eric Rentz Special Guest: Cathy Greubel 00:00 - Intro 00:40 - Remembering 007 05:37 - Legend opens 08:34 - Cathy talks flowers 20:37 - Holidays 22:18 - A tasteful surprise 32:14 - Rides: When we were Santa Claus 35:17 - #HoWoPo Feedback 56:18 - 70 Degrees of Separation
Tis' the Season for MEDIA DAYS! Fresh off their Media Day at Cedar Point, Kevin and Cincinatti Jon join Mike and EB to talk about their first ride on the longest, tallest and fastest dive coaster - VALRAVN! Then, we head to Kentucky where EB had a chance to ride RMC's latest coaster creation - Storm Chaser at Kentucky Kingdom! All this and much, much more!
This week we visit the 1951 animated classic 'Alice In Wonderland' in our continuing series of Disney Movie Hour where we go back and review a classic Disney film. We go over the film scene by scene then ask three questions that we put to every film reviewed. Number one, is it a film trying to deliver a moral message, gain an emotional reaction, or neither. Number two, what is the iconic shot of the film? And finally, does the film hold up? Lot's to discuss this week towards the history of the novel and the production of the film itself. We also head to iTunes and read our newly received 5 Star reviews.
A WINDOW TO THE MAGIC: DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE PODCAST
'Tis the season to book your summer trips, so Team Mousetalgia takes our annual look at Disneyland Resort hotels and a variety of area lodging options, and we offer tips and advice to make your trip a success. First, we present the advantages as well as the disadvantages of each of the Disneyland resort hotels (Paradise Pier, The Disneyland Hotel, and the Grand Californian) and discuss amenities, food, family activities, convenience, and more. Then, we mention our top alternate hotels, and also look at the most convenient hotels to the park. We also take a quick look at what to think about before staying in a bargain hotel. Next, Jeff reports on a special sneak preview of the upcoming book with the working title "Marc Davis Goes to WED," which will carefully detail the incredible design work Davis did for Imagineering after he left Walt Disney Animation. Written by authors Chris Merritt and Pete Docter, the book is a definite must-have for Disney fans. Plus - a haunting comic book ...
When you think of the Walt Disney World resort area, what are the specific sounds that go off in your memory? Music from an attraction? An overhead announcement? Maybe the sound of your favorite resort lobby? There truly is an infinite number of answers to this question but we will be listing the top ones that hit us most. Thanks to you all of your responses on the FB group page there are numerous more to read even after our own lists as well. I hope you enjoy this one as much as we did making it.
This week's show epitomises the term "jam packed!" We start with our First Drop... focusing on the court appearance of Merlin. They took full responsibility for last year's tragic accident at Alton Towers involving "The Smiler." We play the first Live Trip Report for 2016! It comes from Ben at the Opening Day of Six Flags Great America. We have an update on Lightning Rod at Dollywood and new POV videos of upcoming attractions that were released this week. Mike tells us about his trip to Las Vegas and our Park Hopper segment is all about Six Flags St. Louis. Finally, we talk with Don Hurd, the Marketing Director at Indiana Beach to find out about their new ownership, the enhancements to the park and their 90th season!
*Subscribe @ iTunes* It’s all about the premier of the NEW Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood. Full audio of the opening event, plus the entire opening ceremony (with John Williams conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra), plus a review of the new immersive land with Seth Kubersky (Author of The Unofficial Guide to Universal Orlando/Touring Plans), Tom Felton (Actor/ Harry Potter Films), Alan Gilmore (Art Director at Universal Studios), Arthur Levine (Theme Parks Expert for about.com), Brady MacDonald (LA Times Funland Blog), Rick West (Theme Park Adventure), Shawn & Carmelle Marshall (Parks & Cons), and more! Witness one of the greatest opening ceremonies ever. Enjoy. Links: Seth Kubersky’s YouTube Page Theme Park Adventure Parks & Cons Universal Studios Hollywood about.com Theme Parks Touring Plans Walt Disney Birthplace MiceChat Season Pass Closing Song - Wheels by Enuff Z’nuff on iTunes Check Out The Season Pass Podcast Website at: www.seas ...
Our hosts kick off the show with a relaxing ride high over Disney, Indiana in their new Skyride attraction. Once back on the ground they turn their attention to the Magic Kingdom's former Skyway attraction in April's Forgotten Favorites attraction. Also on today's episode they'll take at look at the latest film from Disney, The Jungle Book. They will look at the film's production and release and share both the critics and their thoughts on the film. All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema and talk about some upcoming events our hosts are attending. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
Mousetalgia welcomes Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning composer John Debney to the show today to talk about his score for Jon Favreau's "The Jungle Book," as well as his incredible career and history with the Walt Disney Company - from his start at the studio with Buddy Baker as a mentor, to his recent collaboration with legendary songwriter Richard Sherman to work on songs for this new score. Also, Jeff discusses "The Jungle Book" and shares initial reactions to the groundbreaking film. Then, Kristen reports on Disneyland Resort's Food and Wine Festival, and discusses the variety of booths, the food options, and the best bites she encountered at the event. Finally, we return to talk about Disney's "Ghost Post" subscription experience, and Kristen describes the in-park elements of Disney's first interactive box of souvenirs as she follows the cry of the Haunted Mansion ghosts for help with their predicament. Plus - Hallmark's iffy Disneyana; a Life Magazine special on ...
We are buzzing with excitement as we induct a new member to the #PodSquad and look forward to Opening Day! We reach back and see how Santa Claus Land's Pleasureland got its name but have to keep the lid on our 70 Degrees of Separation game #HoWoPo Hosted by: Hosted by: Paula Werne, Matt Eckert, Lauren Crosby, Leah Koch & Eric Rentz 00:00 - Intro 02:53 - Welcome to the #PodSquad 06:06 - Obsessions 12:12 - Proofreading 14:47 - Dole Whip 18:22 - Upcoming Holidays 28:04 - What's in a Name? 31:58 - #HoWoPo Feedback 55:08 - 70 Degrees of Separation
Mike is out of town this week, much like he was back in 2006 when he attended the Media Preview for Expedition Everest at Disney's Animal Kingdom. To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of this ride, we replay our interview with Animal Kingdom's Lead Designer, Imagineer Joe Rohde. It's fascinating to hear him speak about the ride nine months before it's grand opening. He talks about the storyline, the ride system and yes... the infamous Yeti. We'll also play Mike's on-ride audio from his first experience with Expedition Everest. It gave birth to a famous catch-phrase that still lives on in 2016! All this and much, much more!
A WINDOW TO THE MAGIC: DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE PODCAST
CONTACT US TODAY! Email: email@example.com Voicemail: 1-307-GET-WTTM (438-9886) Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wttm Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brynane Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wttmpodcast ********************************* Calvin and Paul join Kevin & Amanda Richardson from MiceHunt.com for a scavenger hunt that takes us around Disneyland in search of all those little details that you may have never noticed. Enjoy! ********************************* WindowtotheMagic is a member of the Micechat.com Podcast Network. Visit Micechat for all the latest Disney news, along with a healthy dose of commentary! Thanks to Micechat for sharing the WTTM magic with their readers! ********************************* THE WTTM PODCAST APPLICATIONS for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch & now for Android & Kindle Fire Mobile access to the shows, and MUCH more! The WindowtotheMagic Podcast App: Apple: http://tinyurl.com/wttmapp Android: http://tinyurl.com/wttmapp3 ************************ ...
On a special early edition of THE DISNEY MAGIC HOUR we sit and review the new film by Jon Favreau, THE JUNGLE BOOK. A live action/cgi remake of the classic 1967 Walt Disney animated film that brings in more elements of the original text by Rudyard Kipling, it tells the tale of Mowgli and his growing up in the jungle as a man-cub. How does it measure up to the original? Can it exceed it? What are the differences? To answer all of these questions we bring in host of Unleash the Magic and The Stage Door Podcast, Maria Riboli! NOTE : SPOILERS BEGIN AT 00:24:40
Team Mousetalgia dives into the depths of Disney history today by welcome Disney historian Joseph Titizian back to the show to talk about studying Disney. With the changes in media over the past few years, the line between enthusiast and historian has blurred, and Titizian shares his background and journey from fan to historian; discusses how Disney helps historians with libraries and archives; explores the history of Disney history books; and offers tips for aspiring historians to make their mark in the field of Disney history. Next, Mousetalgia welcomes Christopher Wing to the show to discuss his latest adventure. Wing recently took flight and made it to all the Disney theme parks around the world in eighty hours. Learn all about the logistics of scheduling flights, luggage, and connections; and relive the drama of near-misses and forgotten iPads. Plus - a WDW Dark Side 5K report; the triumphant return of Awkward Disney Moments - and more!
*Subscribe @ iTunes* The Seasoned Pros return with a new theme park list, this time, it’s all about EATS! We look at the best theme parks and resorts for food and eateries. Along with Arthur Levine of themeparks.about.com and Joel Bullock of coastercritic.com, special guest, Seth Kubersky of touringplans.com and the author The Unofficial Guide to Universal Orlando, joins the group to narrow down the five best parks (or resorts, depending on the evaluator) to dine at; as well as assess the best dishes, snacks, and desserts available in the industry. Enjoy. Links: about.com’s Theme Parks Coaster Critic Touring Plans Walt Disney Birthplace MiceChat Season Pass Closing Song - Wheels by Enuff Z’nuff on iTunes Check Out The Season Pass Podcast Website at: www.seasonpasspodcast.com Follow Us On Twitter! - www.twitter.com/theseasonpass Like the TSPP Facebook page! - www.facebook.com/theseasonpass Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Call the Hotli ...
Walt Disney World is experimenting with charging people for the privilege of entering the park early or be able to stay past normal closing times. Will the regional parks follow suit? What would a program like that look like at, say, Cedar Point? This week's ParkHopper is all about Legoland Florida. Would an average theme park fan enjoy this park? Or is it only for the kids? Universal Studios Hollywood opened its version of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. What are the early reviews like? And will we have an appearance by our favorite friendly Half-Giant? Plus, we talk with Roger Ross from California's Great America about recent rumors surrounding the park. Is it in danger of closing? We get to the bottom of it! All this and much, much more!
The 1950's were an absolute decade of magic for the Walt Disney Animated studios and it was all started by the release of CINDERELLA on March 4th, 1950. Everyone by now knows the tale of the woman forced into servitude by her evil Step-mother and step-sisters, but finds true love with the help of her fairy Godmother, a ball, and a glass slipper. Does the film still hold up though or has the clock struck midnight on the picture as a whole? This week on Disney Magic Hour we tackle that exact question.
Join nick and Shawn as they discuss the year's theme park progress, with everything from Derren Brown's ghost train hype, Pandamonium at Chessington (which Nick scored the music for - because Nick does theme park audio) as well as talk of future trips for Nick and Shawn.
After a close call with evil robots, our hosts dive into a film that was at or near their top of their 5 favorite Marvel films revealed in episode 200 - Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). They will look at the film's production and release and share both the critics and their thoughts on the film. After the film, the Cap coverage will continue with a look at the latest playset released for the Disney Infinity video game, Marvel Battlegrounds. Tracey and Scott will let you know if it's a prizefighter or just a big Palooka. All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
It's a jam-packed Mousetalgia Emporium this week as Team Mousetalgia takes you all over the Disney galaxy! "The Force Awakens" Blu-ray finally hits the shelves, and we talk about our favorite bonus features from the loaded disc of extra content. The "Rogue One" trailer also dropped last week, and we talk about the newest stellar heroine from that galaxy far, far away. Disney's Ghost Post Haunted Mansion subscription boxes have hit the doorsteps of the lucky 999 mortals foolish enough to join the fun, and we detail some of the special features of this intriguing happening that is equal parts collectible and experience. Also - Tom Staggs retires, and Walt Disney World brings digital pressed penny machines into service. Plus - the story of Sally Slater; Disney Crossy Road gets spoopy, D23 announces Destination D; Fusion releases an intriguing documentary about the making of Zootopia - and more.
Director of Attractions, Eric Rentz, joins the #PodSquad to give some practical tips for getting the most out of your day at Holiday World & Splashin' Safari. We also pay tribute to the legacy of artist and sculptor Lewis Sorensen and announce a special Promo Code for our podcast listeners! Hosted by: Paula Werne, Matt Eckert, Lauren Crosby & Leah Koch Special Guest: Eric Rentz 00:00 - Intro 02:04 - Podcast Promo Code 02:42 - #PodSquad Introduces Eric Rentz 08:38 - Legend Update 11:19 - Insider Tips 20:04 - Sweepstakes Winners 24:20 - Upcoming Holidays 29:15 - Tribute to Lewis Sorensen 38:25 - #HoWoPo Feedback 53:28 - 70 Degrees of Separation
Mike and EB have returned from from Dollywood and are back in-studio! This week, they spend the First Drop segment going over all of the news they missed while out on the road... including a new roller coaster coming to Busch Gardens Williamsburg in 2017! In this week's Park Hopper segment, the guys turn their attention to Kennywood in West Mifflin, PA! And, the guys review what happened after the Dollywood Meet-Up! It's a full review of a bunch of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg attractions including Alpine Coasters, Haunted Houses and MOONSHINE! Plus, CoasterRadio.com Theater returns! All this and much, much more!
Gather ye tissues! GATHER I SAY! This week we list our Top 5 Disney Moments That Make You Cry. From Dumbo swaying in his mother's trunk to Sarah McLachlan ruining your mood forever, what Disney moment makes you lose your ability to act like a rational human being and begin crying at a cartoon? Let us weep.
A WINDOW TO THE MAGIC: DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE PODCAST
CONTACT US TODAY! Email: email@example.com Voicemail: 1-307-GET-WTTM (438-9886) Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wttm Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brynane Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jeremiahgood Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wttmpodcast ********************************* After clearing the air (and a little confusion), Jeremiah returns to WTTM with a brand new show from the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. He also makes a promise to you at the end of the show. Enjoy! ********************************* WindowtotheMagic is a member of the Micechat.com Podcast Network. Visit Micechat for all the latest Disney news, along with a healthy dose of commentary! Thanks to Micechat for sharing the WTTM magic with their readers! ********************************* THE WTTM PODCAST APPLICATIONS for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch & now for Android & Kindle Fire bring you mobile access to the wttm family of shows, and MUCH more! The WindowtotheMagic Podcast App: Apple: h ...
This week, Team Mousetalgia takes you with us to the recently-held Silicon Valley Comic Con, with a focus on the Disney-related aspects of this new pop culture convention including a conversation about the showroom, Stan Lee and his Marvel-ous contributions to the current Disney media empire, and a presence we haven't felt since... well, since the last time we were in a theater to see Star Wars. The writers for The Big Bang Theory also share some moments from their own galaxy far, far away. We also discuss the crowds, the atmosphere, and Kermit the Frog's elevator crush, Lea Thompson. Plus, Shawn Marshall of ParksandCons.com joins us to offer his top 10 tips for surviving conventions and having a successful con experience. Also - Disney's Gracey Manor Ghouls use some very familiar artwork; Select Brands shares their Disney product lineup; Magic Kingdom and Jungle Book apps reviewed; and the D23 Expo dates are announced for 2017.
A WINDOW TO THE MAGIC: DISNEYLAND ADVENTURE PODCAST
Mike and EB come to you from Dollywood to unveil the judges' decision in the 2016 "Reel" Design Contest! Over the past two months, CoasterRadio.com listeners have submitted their ride designs for attractions based on any movie, TV show or video game. This week, our esteemed panel of judges have each rendered their verdict! Our judging panel includes: Legendary Attraction Creator Gary Goddard Ernest Yale, CEO of TrioTech Korey Kiepert from The Gravity Group Dom McChesney from Sudden Impact Entertainment Arthur Levine, Theme Parks Guide from About.com 2012 Reel Design Winner, Travis LaRiviere Which of our finalists will be crowned the 2016 "Reel" Design Contest Champion? Kevin Wilson - Dick Tracy: Calling All Cars Tim Wilson - Creature from the Black Lagoon Tom from Louisville - Crimson Peak: Descent into Madness All this and much, much more!
Gather 'round while we elucidate THE ADVENTURES OF ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD on this week's Disney Magic Hour. In 1949 Walt and Co released another package film that, instead of presenting one feature length tale, had two shorter stories contained within. First up is a rapid version of Kenneth Grahame's THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS were we meet J. Thaddeus Toad along with his trusty, if exasperated, friends MacBadger, Rat and Mole as they battle for the deed to Toad Hall which is in the hands of the dastardly Weasels. That is, if Mr. Toad can keep it together long enough to not sink and plans to do so. Following that we meet a lanky, bookworm by name of Ichabod Crane whom seems to be the smoothest character ever walk into Sleepy Hollow. Right up till Brom Bones tells the tale of the Headless Horseman by way of Bing Crosby's voice. As always we will ask three questions of the the film at the conclusion of our show and they are : 1) Does the film hold up? 2) Is it a film aimed to send a messag ...
WEDway Radio - Walt Disney World and Disneyland Examined with some Disney History
Thanks for downloading WEDWay NOW! This is the news companion to WEDWay Radio and YOUR window to the Disney community. This is episode 100. Yes - 100! For our 100th episode we hae decided to talk about 100 things that we find special to Disney and Disney history. We hope you enjoy it!
*Subscribe @ iTunes* One of the most important pieces to creating a living immersive environment in the themed entertainment world is music. Music is the universal language that can engage emotion, promote excitement, evoke fear, and generate lasting memories. Yessian Music’s whole purpose is to transform an experience into a magical, multi-dimensional venture. This episode, Doug and Brent sit with Brian Yessian (Partner/CCO), Jeff Dittenber (Sr. Sound Designer/Audio Mixer), and Scotty Gatteno (Sr. Audio Mixer/Sound Editor) of Yessian, to discuss their journeys, as well as the components of creating music for themed and amusement experiences. Enjoy. Links: Yessian Music Touring Plans Walt Disney Birthplace MiceChat Season Pass Closing Song - Wheels by Enuff Z’nuff on iTunes Check Out The Season Pass Podcast Website at: www.seasonpasspodcast.com Follow Us On Twitter! - www.twitter.com/theseasonpass Like the TSPP Facebook page! - www.facebook.com/theseasonpass Contact us: doug@season ...
3, 2, 1 . . . Happy New Year! Well, every night was New Year's Eve on Pleasure Island at Walt Disney World, the subject of March's Forgotten Favorite. Our hosts will dive into the history of this former shopping, dining and entertainment district (both actual and invented). After their visit with Mr. Funmeister and Scott getting his leisure suit on, it's time for some music with the stars as our hosts revisit the Make Mine Music theme. Tracey and Scott continue to work their way through the theme parks with a countdown of their favorite music from Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. All this, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema to check in on the Mortis and a look ahead to the next episode. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!