Disney, Indiana Episode 256 – Beauty and the Fish or Adventures in the Great Wide Somewhere Under the Sea

On this episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott make up for missing April’s Disney renaissance segment with a double-shot of this celebration. They start with a look at the legacy of 1989’s The Little Mermaid, discussing how the film performed in the theater, the home video releases, the soundtrack and where you’ll find Ariel and her fishy friends at the Disney theme parks. After surfacing, Tracey and Scott turn their attention to the production of 1991’s Beauty and the Beast by looking at Disney’s history with the film, the creation of the story, the music and the casting of the characters. Along the way, they’ll check in with Mortis to learn out the new upcoming direct-to-the-cinema feature and then wrap of the episode with a look at the future episodes of the show

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Smile, Darn Ya Smile
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Sammy Davis, Jr. – Smile, Darn Ya Smile (1949)

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Magic Kingdom Scott and Ariel

Scott meets Ariel (The Little Mermaid) at Ariel’s Grotto in the Magic Kingdom. This picture was taken in May of 2000.

Tracey and Scott with Ariel

Tracey and Scott with Ariel (The Little Mermaid) at Ariel’s Grotto in the Magic Kingdom. This picture was taken in May of 2004.

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Episode Links
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Deadline (08/16/2016): Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda & Alan Menken Duet On Disney’s Live Action The Little Mermaid

Detroit Institute of Art hosting Star Wars and the Power of Costume

Museum of Science and Industry Chicago: The Science Behind Pixar

Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum’s Avenger’s Day 2018

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Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Disney Beauty and the Beast (Updated Edition): Inside Stories from the Animated Classic to the New Live-action Film


The Little Mermaid


Beauty and the Beast

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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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Email: podcast@disneyindiana.com
Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Disney, Indiana Episode 255 – A Part of your Disneyland/world

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, take their listeners under the sea on both coasts with park audio from two different attractions based on The Little Mermaid. In between, they tune into WWED for covers and alternate version of songs from the classic soundtrack from the film. They then wrap up the show with a call over to the Main Street Cinema and a look at future events and episodes.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Smile, Darn Ya Smile – Anthony Newley (1966)

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WWED
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Part of Your World (Demo) – The Music Behind the Magic
Part of Your World (Reprise) – The Little Mermaid Soundtrack
Kiss the Girl – Suburban Legends
I Want the Good Times Back – Little Mermaid Broadway Soundtrack
Under the Sea – Swing’It Dixieband
She’s in Love – Little Mermaid Broadway Soundtrack
Poor Unfortunate Souls – The Corner of Broadway and Main Street – Voctave

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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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Email: podcast@disneyindiana.com
Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DisneyIndiana
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/disneyindiana


Disney, Indiana Episode 254 – A Wrinkle Ever After

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott take a few tries to get on the same track before they dive into their coverage of Disney’s most recent live-action theatrical release. A Wrinkle in Time. They review production and behind the scenes information, discuss the critical response to the film, and then share their own thoughts. After a break, they share a recording of the Happily Ever After firework spectacular from their May 2017 trip to Walt Disney World Our hosts then wrap up the show with a call over to the Main Street Cinema and talk a little about the Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum’s upcoming Marvel Day.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Links Mentioned
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Time (12/25/2017): Hollywood’s Once and Future Classic – Why it took 54 years to turn A Wrinkle in Time into a movie

Variety (2/27/2018): Ava DuVernay: A Wrinkle in Time Is ‘A Metaphor for What We Can All Do in Our Lives’

Screen Rant (03/08/2018): Deric McCabe Interview: A Wrinkle In Time

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Smile, Darn Ya Smile – Knuckles O’Toole (1974)

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MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
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Email: podcast@disneyindiana.com
Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/disneyindiana


Disney, Indiana Episode 253 – The Marvel Fantasylands of Wakanda and Chronopolis

It’s a hidden world after all, a hidden, hidden world!

On this episode, our hosts make trips to two different Marvel Fantasylands. First, they drop in on Wakanda as they review the latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther. After their audience with the king, they’ll make their way to one of the newest Marvel locations Chronopolis as they play Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Black Panther Links

Essence (07/03/2015): Exclusive: Ava DuVernay Won’t Be Directing Black Panther Movie

Fast Company (05/16/2016): How Creed Auteur Ryan Coogler Punches Through The Hollywood Mold

Collider (01/24/2018): Black Panther: 90 Things to Know about the MCU’s Game-Changing Movie

The Hollywood Reporter (01/30/2018): Wesley Snipes Reveals Untold Story Behind His Black Panther Film

Complex (02/08/2018): Black Panther Screenwriter Reveals What Makes T’Challa One of the Most ‘Unique’ Characters in the MCU

The Atlantic (02/15/2018): Why Fashion Is Key to Understanding the World of Black Panther

Washington Post (02/16/2018): How celebrities are helping thousands of children see Black Panther for free

Vanity Fair (02/20/2018): Why Angela Bassett Broke a Family Rule for Black Panther

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Links

Disney, Indiana Episode 140 – Potpourri for 100 – Review of Lego Marvel Super Heroes game

Disney, Indiana Episode 199 – Creative Construction and Avenging Destruction – Review of Lego Marvel Avengers game

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Black Panther (Original Score)


Black Panther Prelude Comic


Black Panther Junior Novel


Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2

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Smile, Darn Ya Smile – Percival MacKay And His Kit-Kat Band (1931)

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MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
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Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/disneyindiana


Disney, Indiana Episode 252 – A Banded, Bulbous Snarfblatt

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, present this month’s Disney Renaissance segment. They’re sharing the Ron Clements talk on The Little Mermaid that they recorded during their recent two-week cruise aboard the Disney Wonder. Clements was the co-writer and co-director of this 1989 Disney animated classic and he shares some behind the scenes information and production stories. After the recording, our hosts call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with a mention of Scott’s recent appearance on another podcast.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Disney On Broadway

Monster Kid Radio Episode 356 – Attack of the Giant Leeches

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Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/disneyindiana