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Best Disney History Institute podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Disney History Institute podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The Disney History Institute Podcast explores the history of animation and early cinematic amusement parks.
 
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The story of how Walt Disney’s Skyway gave rise to the new Skyliner at Walt Disney World. If you enjoy our podcast—these extended explorations into the life of Walt Disney, the history of animation, and the Disney Parks—please support us by subscribing on Bandcamp. You can put in any amount you like, starting at $3.50. In return, you’ll find po ...…
 
On this episode, you’ll find the story of the Disney Studio Christmas parties during the time of Walt. If you enjoy our podcast—these extended explorations into the life of Walt Disney, the history of animation, and the Disney Parks—please support us by subscribing on Bandcamp. You can put in any amount you like, starting at $3.50. In return, y ...…
 
The story of Walt's first Christmas special and his entry into the world of television. If you enjoy our podcast—these extended explorations into the life of Walt Disney, the history of animation, and the Disney Parks—please support us by subscribing on Bandcamp. You can put in any amount you like, starting at $3.50. In return, you’ll find podc ...…
 
On this episode, you’ll find a selection of Thanksgiving stories, from the parks, the life of Walt and the studio. If you enjoy our podcast—these extended explorations into the life of Walt Disney, the history of animation, and the Disney Parks—please support us by subscribing on Bandcamp. You can put in any amount you like, starting at $3.50. ...…
 
In the late 1950s, Walt Disney decided to move into live action comedies, a decision that would forever change Disney films and even Disneyland. On this episode, the story of The Shaggy Dog and the start of the Disney comedies. DHI Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/disneyhistoryinstitute/ DHI Bandcamp Subscription Podcast: http://dhipod ...…
 
On this episode we conclude the story of Don Dorsey, Gavin Greenaway, Ron Logan, Eric Tucker and others who created “Reflections of Earth.” If you are interested in watching Illuminations: Reflections of Earth, you can find the official Disney Parks multi-camera video of it on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Bw4j1r7iaI You can also see a vi ...…
 
DHI 079 – EPCOT: Reflections to Forever – Part Two On this episode we explore the career of Don Dorsey and the EPCOT Lagoon shows, as they develop toward “Reflections of Earth.” If you are interested in watching Illuminations: Reflections of Earth, you can find the official Disney Parks multi-camera video of it on YouTube at https://www.youtube ...…
 
DHI 078 – EPCOT: Reflections to Forever – Part One On this episode we explore the career of Don Dorsey and the early EPCOT Lagoon shows, as they develop toward “Reflections of Earth.” IF you are interested in watching Laserphonic Fantasy, you can find a 1986 home video of it on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKRO-juPqf8 If you enjoy ...…
 
This episode tells the story of how fireworks first came to the Disneyland resort in 1957, including interview audio with Mickey Aronson, one of two men who launched the show in its early years. The photo graphic for this show comes from 1958, the second year of the park’s summer fireworks. If you enjoy our podcast—these extended explorations i ...…
 
After a summer of troubles at Disneyland, Galaxy’s Edge opens at Disney World. On the podcast, the story of this unique land’s journey from California to Florida, as well as a full review of the newly-opened land. Link to the official Galaxy’s Edge at Disney World: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/destinations/hollywood-studios/star-wars-galax ...…
 
The process of creativity takes many paths. In this episode, I explore the particular approach to creative development that Walt often used when exploring large projects and how Walt’s particular approach framed the later culture of Imagineering.
 
AGD 6 – Backstage Tours – Part One In this episode, I explore the history of backstage tours at Disneyland and Disney World, with stories going back to the year Disneyland opened. This AGD episode focuses on the Backstage Magic tour at Disney World. You can find more information and current pricing for Backstage Magic at: https://disneyworld.di ...…
 
The AGD sub-series is a guide designed to help frequent travelers find hidden gems at Disney World. In the third episode of this new sub-series, we explore unique bars designed and built by Disney.
 
The story of how Disney World transformed American theme park culture to become a culinary destination. Part Two.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of how Disney World transformed American theme park culture to become a culinary destination. Part One.
 
Now that Galaxy's Edge is open to all, here's our guide to best manage the new reservation and boarding group system.By Todd James Pierce
 
Have you ever wondered how Disney artfully transforms history into fantasy? A revealing discussion of the Disney design process on the DHI podcast.
 
Now that Galaxy's Edge is open, here's my full review of the new land--as well as a strategy guide to optimize your visit to Batuu.
 
The story of Disney animators whose work, in the 1950s, helped create a national space program and, eventually, NASA. Part Three.
 
The story of Disney animators whose work, in the 1950s, helped create a national space program and, eventually, NASA. Part Two.
 
The story of Disney animators whose work, in the 1950s, helped create a national space program and, eventually, NASA. Part One.By Todd James Pierce
 
The final episode in this four part series on Galaxy's Edge explores the shops, restaurants, and bar, as well as the coming Star-Wars-themed hotel in Florida.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of Galaxy's Edge continues. Part Three reveals how cutting edge technology was used to design and create the land.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of Galaxy's Edge continues. Part Two reveals how the land was designed and developed.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of how Galaxy's Edge was designed and built, along with a walk-through of the forthcoming attractions, restaurants, and shops.
 
The story of the devastating animators' strike of 1941, an event that tore apart the Disney Studio. Part Two.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of the devastating animators' strike of 1941, an event that tore apart the Disney Studio.
 
The making of Snow White--from the perspective of lead Disney animator, Ward Kimball.
 
PART TWO: Journey back to the early 1930s as legendary animator Ward Kimball joins the Disney Studio and learns to survive in the land of cartoons.By Todd James Pierce
 
Journey back to the early 1930s as legendary animator Ward Kimball joins the Disney Studio and learns to survive in the land of cartoons.By Todd James Pierce
 
A full walk-through of the lost Tomorrowland attraction, The World Beneath Us, and a discussion of how Walt Disney's interest in Tivoli Gardens gave rise to Disneyland and beyond.By Todd James Pierce
 
To complete our "Disney vs. Russia" series, what can we learn about Walt's style of creativity by exploring how Cinerama gave rise to Disney's circular theaters? Find out in this DHI Bonus Episode.
 
In the late 1950s, Disney was hired to define American culture through film--a film that would be shown at the World's Fair, directly across from the Russian Pavilion.
 
In the late 1950s, Disney was hired to define American culture through a film--a film that would be shown at the World's Fair, directly across from the Russian Pavilion.By Todd James Pierce
 
How did American animation get its start? Find out in this five-part series that follows animation pioneer, Dick Huemer as he moves from early New York animation studios to Disney, where he helps oversee story development on Fantasia, Dumbo and other classic films.By Todd James Pierce
 
How did American animation get its start? Find out in this five-part series that follows animation pioneer, Dick Huemer as he moves from early New York animation studios to Disney, where he helps oversee story development on Fantasia, Dumbo and other classic films.By Todd James Pierce
 
How did American animation get its start? Find out in this five-part series that follows animation pioneer, Dick Huemer as he moves from early New York animation studios to Disney, where he helps oversee story development on Fantasia, Dumbo and other classic films.By Todd James Pierce
 
How did American animation get its start? Find out in this five-part series that follows animation pioneer, Dick Huemer as he moves from early New York animation studios to Disney, where he helps oversee story development on Fantasia, Dumbo and other classic films.By Todd James Pierce
 
In this five-part series, follow animation pioneer, Dick Huemer as he moves from the early New York animation studios out to Disney’s where he eventually helps oversee story development for Fantasia, Dumbo and other classic films.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of how Winsor McCay helped create the field of American animation.By Todd James Pierce
 
The surprising history of the American flag at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.By Todd James Pierce
 
Journey through the never-built Disney attraction, Symphony of America.By Todd James Pierce
 
Did a 1934 exhibition of mechanical presidents inspire Walt Disney to build his own Audio-Animatronics?By Todd James Pierce
 
In 1966, Walt's team laid out plans for the Florida resort--plans for hotels very different than those built years after his death.
 
In 1950, Roy Disney visited Florida and had an experience that may have changed the course of the Disney empire.By Todd James Pierce
 
In this, the first of four episodes partially recorded live at Walt Disney World, I look at the fabulous Grand Canyon Concourse Mural by Mary Blair. I also explore the mystery of the five-legged goat.By Todd James Pierce
 
The story of Larry Watkin, the lead Disney screenwriter in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
 
In the 1930s, artists saw "The Sweatbox" as the practice that pushed Disney's animation beyond work produced by rival studios.
 
Pirates of the Caribbean. Haunted Mansion. Adventure Thru Inner Space. These are a few of the attractions that X Atencio helped create. The surprising story of his career, from animation to Imagineering, on the DHI Podcast.
 
In 1932, the Technicolor Corporation created a unique process system to present full-color presentations using images captured only on black-and-white film. Instead of looking to one of the major studios to premiere their full-color process, they looked to Walt Disney and animation. The story of Technicolor and its longtime connection with Walt ...…
 
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