In today’s episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey share one of the Ron Clements lectures from their 2017 Disney Panama Canal cruise, where he talked about his experiences co-directing 2002’s Disney animated film Treasure Planet. They then wrap up the show with a look at some listener feedback.
In this episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, swing over to the Main Street Cinema to present their coverage of the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home. They take a look at the development and production of the film, discuss its marketing and premiere, present the critical and popular response as well as their own thoughts. Friend of the show Derek M. Koch sent in his thoughts on the film as well. Then our hosts continue the Toy Story theme from last episode by examining the Buzz Lightyear ride for this month’s Coast to Coast Attraction Attack. Along the way, they call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with a look at upcoming fan events in the Midwest.
In today’s episode, Scott and Tracey return to the Main Street Cinema for their coverage of Disney/Pixar’s latest theatrical release, Toy Story 4. They delve into the development and production of the film, discuss the marketing and premier of the film, as well as the critical and popular response, finally sharing their own thoughts. Then Tracey heads over to the Ink and Paint Club to interview. Howard Mackie, who worked for Marvel as an editor and writer on multiple comic runs. Along the way they call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up with a look forward to fan events in the Midwest as well as their next episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott present the June edition of their Coast to Coast Attraction Attack segment with a look at The World Famous Jungle Cruise. After sharing some of the history of the attraction, they compare and contrast the Disneyland and Walt Disney World versions of the ride before sharing which is their favorite. They also share recordings of the attraction from both Disneyland and Walt Disney World so you can pick which one is your favorite version!
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