Disney, Indiana Episode 164 – Plan 9 from Disney, Indiana

We’ve got a little different kind of show on today’s episode. Our hosts, Tracey and Scott, welcome Joe Blevins from the Dead 2 Rights Blog to talk about the 1994 Disney/Touchstone film Ed Wood. Joe brings his knowledge of the man Edward D. Wood, Jr to the discussion of one of Tracey and Scott’s favorite films. The three also take a look at the development and making of Ed Wood and share their thoughts on the film.

Tracey and Scott also check in on Mortis over at the Main Street Cinema and then wrap up the show with some listener feedback and upcoming plans.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Books Mentioned

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Cult Movies: The Classics, the Sleepers, the Weird, and the Wonderful – Danny Peary

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The Golden Turkey Awards: The Worst Achievements in Hollywood History – Harry and Michael Medved

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Nightmare of Ecstasy: Life and Art of Edward D. Wood, Jr. – Rudolph Grey

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Ed Wood – Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski

Ed Wood

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Ed Wood [Blu-ray]

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Ed Wood – Original Soundtrack – Remastered

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Toby Tyler Circus Wagon

Cage Wagon sign
Sign with Circus Wagon

Both photos courtesy of Don Falkos

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Links
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Dead 2 Rights: The Journal of Important Matters by Joe Blevins

Mortis Matinee Podcast: Toby Tyler

The Neverland Podcast – Top 5 Family Friendly Halloween Films

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Other Places to Find Disney, Indiana
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MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
Podcast Alley

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Sunday, October 12th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Disney, Indiana Episode 163 – A Whale of a Tale

Got a whale of a tale to tell ya, lads
A whale of a tale or two
‘Bout the yappin’ hosts and the shows we’ve loved
On nights like this with the moon above
A whale of a tale, and it’s all true
I swear by my tattoo

There was Derek Koch
He’s the host of MKR
He would join us
Any time from near or far
We wanted to revisit a classic that Disney did
Blow us down and pick us up!
We talked about a Squid!

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If you can’t tell already, Subaquatic Steampunk September wraps up on this episode of the Disney, Indiana podcast with a look at the 1954 Walt Disney Productions film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea! And we are not alone of this journey as serving as first mate on this endeavor is the host of Monster Kid Radio, Derek M Koch. The three of us dive into the film, some of the background information, where it was used in the Disney Parks and why we love it so much.

We also have a call over to the Main Street Cinema and then wrap up the show with some future plans!

So join us in another crossover episode with Monster Kid Radio!

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
(Two-Disc Special Edition)

20kst
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
[Soundtrack]

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Indiegogo: Hullabaloo Steampunk Animated film

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Sunday, September 28th, 2014 Movie Review No Comments

Tracey and Scott visit Monster Kid Radio to talk about Phantom of the Opera

Your co-hosts Tracey and Scott got to attend a very special night at the cinema. No, not with Mortis and the Main Street Cinema here in town, they were in attendance at the History Artcraft Theatre in Franklin, Indiana for the 1925 film The Phantom of the Opera staring Lon Chaney and directed by Rupert Julian. What made the night even more special was the live orchestra performance during this classic, silent film.

Derek Koch, the host of the Monster Kid Radio podcast invited Tracey and Scott to talk about the entire experience. Listen to that interview on here on Monster Kid radio episode 133.

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Tracey and Scott talk Oswald the Lucky Rabbit on Skywalking Through Neverland

The co-hosts of the Disney, Indiana podcast make the Kessel Run to the Skywalking Through Neverland podcast and bring along a lucky rabbit!

Tracey and Scott join Sarah and Richard Woloski to talk about the history of one of Walt Disney’s earliest characters – Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. They talk about his creation, a couple of his shorts, how he was lost and wrap it up with his return home to Disney!

Check them out in episode number #47 – Welcome Back Oswald (The Lucky Rabbit) here.

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Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 Off Topic No Comments

Disney, Indiana Episode 162 – Discovering Atlantis

In today’s episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey, kick off Subaquatic Steampunk September with their review of the 2001 Disney animated action adventure film: Atlantis: The Lost Empire. They examine the development and making of the film, then discuss the marketing, critical and popular response and share their thoughts. Next up is an audio recording of the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage from their August 2012 Disneyland visit. Our hosts then present this month’s Disney Idea Bag with a look at a proposed addition to Disneyland from the 1970’s: Discovery Bay. They wrap up the show with a call over to the Main Street Cinema, then briefly discuss the Indy Disney Meet and share some listener feedback.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Links Mentioned
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Atlantis: The Lost Empire Links

Film Journal International: Finding Atlantis

Entertainment Weekly: Atlantis Preview

Animation World Network: Kellogg Brings Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire Into the Cereal Aisle

QSR Magazine: McDonald’s Dives Into Disney’s Atlantis

Discovery Bay Links

Geek Mom: Disneyland’s Steampunk Land That Almost Was (08/09/2013)

Jim Hill: Let’s Take a Stroll Around Discovery Bay (05/22/2008)

Jim Hill: D23 to celebrate Discovery Bay, Disneyland’s never-built tribute to Jules Verne & H.G. Wells, at Attraction Rewind event (09/03/2014)

D23: Destination D – Attraction Rewind

L.A. Times – Imagineer Tony Baxter on his decades shaping Disneyland design (08/09/2013)

Disneyland Doodlers Toy With Old Idea for New Attraction
(09/04/1998)

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IslandonTopofWorld
The Island at the Top of the World
(30th Anniversary Edition DVD)

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Atlantis: The Lost Empire / Atlantis: Milo’s Return
Two-Movie Collection (Three Disc Blu-ray / DVD Combo)

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Atlantis – The Lost Empire (DVD)

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The Disneylands That Never Were

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Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Sunday, September 14th, 2014 In Park Audio No Comments

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