Disney, Indiana Episode 267 – Adventures in the Past

In today’s episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey travel back in time a decade to replay their first podcasting experience together when they appeared on The Window to the Magic Podcast and talked to host Paul Barrie about their experience on the Adventures by Disney Backstage Magic Tour. After this blast from the past, they call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with some listener feedback and a look forward to future episodes.

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Email: podcast@disneyindiana.com
Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Disney, Indiana Episode 266 – The Lion ‘Casts Tonight

In today’s episode, your hosts Tracey and Scott have an audience with the king – The Lion King that is! Simba and his pals are the subject of August’s Disney Renaissance segment as they look at the production of this classic film from 1994. They also take everyone on a trip to Disney’s Animal Kingdom with a recording of the Festival of the Lion King show from 2008. They will wrap up the show with a call to the Main Street Cinema, share a bit of listener feedback and give a sneak peek of the next episode.

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Smile, Darn Ya, Smile – Ben Selvin and the Sunshine Boys (1931)

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The Art of the Lion King


The Lion King (1994)


The Lion King Legacy Edition Soundtrack


Festival of The Lion King Soundtrack

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Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Disney, Indiana Episode 265 – Pooh, Eeyore and Tiger with Buzz, Wall-e and Remy

In today’s show, our hosts, Tracey and Scott continue their Summer Movie Marathon with their coverage of Disney’s latest live-action/CGI theatrical release, Christopher Robin. They’ll delve into the production of the film, share the critical and popular response, as well as their own thoughts. Scott and Tracey will then talk about their recent trip to Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry to see the Science of Pixar exhibit, which runs through the end of the year. They will wrap up the show with a call to the Main Street Cinema, share a bit of listener feedback and give a sneak peek of the next episode.

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Smile, Darn Ya Smile – The New Wonders

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The Science of Pixar Photo Gallery

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Christopher Robin

Collider (07/31/2018): Director Marc Forster on Christopher Robin, Ewan McGregor, and Bringing Winnie the Pooh to Life

Screen Rant (08/01/2018): Marc Forster Interview: Christopher Robin

The Hollywood Reporter (08/03/2018): How Indie Mainstay Alex Ross Perry Came to Write Christopher Robin

Southern Family Lifestyle (08/07/2018): Emotionally Connecting Interview With Hayley Atwell as Evelyn in Christopher Robin

Framestore: Christopher Robin

The Science Behind Pixar

The Science Behind Pixar (Official Site)

Museum of Science and Industry Chicago – Science Behind Pixar

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Christopher Robin: The Novelization


Christopher Robin Soundtrack

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Disney, Indiana Episode 264 – They Will Visit the World

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, kick off their eleventh year of the Disney, Indiana Podcast with a look at the legacy of the 1992 Disney animated classic, Aladdin. They discuss its theatrical release, popular and critical response, the sequels and television series, the Broadway musical and upcoming live-action remake, as well as the impact of the film on the Disney theme parks. Tracey and Scott then hand things over to the Mortis and his two daughters, Kaitlyn and Athena so they can discuss their recent Central Florida vacation. Our hosts return with a quick intro to a couple of lesser-known songs associated with the Aladdin franchise, and wrap up the show with some listener feedback and a look ahead to the next episode and upcoming Disney-related events.

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Smile, Darn Ya, Smile – Ambrose and his Orchestra

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Variety (01/19/2003): Disney’s Aladdin, A Musical Spectacular

Chicago Tribune (06/16/2017): Talking to Alan Menken about how Aladdin was born — and changed

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Aladdin Blu-Ray


Aladdin Sequels Blu-Ray


Aladdin Soundtrack


Aladdin and the King of Thieves Soundtrack


Howard Sings Ashman

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Disney, Indiana Episode 263 – Minifig Heroes

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, team up to take on Ant-Man and The Wasp, the latest theatrical release for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They dive heroically into the production material to expand their listener’s knowledge of the film, then condense the marketing and publicity efforts down to bite-sized sound bits. Lastly, they share their own thoughts on the film. Next up, our hosts share their review of the latest block-busting video game, Lego Incredibles. Along the way, they call over to the Main Street Cinema, and wrap up with reminders of some local Disney-related events.

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Comicbook.com (6/30/2015): Ant-Man Director Peyton Reed Interested In Doing Ant-Man Prequel About Hank Pym

DigitalSpy(7/10/2015): Catherine Zeta-Jones as The Wasp? Spoiler-filled Ant-Man chat with Michael Douglas and Peyton Reed

CinemaBlend (7/21/2015): Is The Original Wasp Still Alive? Here’s What Evangeline Lilly Says

Fandango: Hero Central (7/7/2015): Interview: Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige On ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Doctor Strange’ And More

CBR.com (12/7/2015): Peyton Reed’s “Ant-Man and The Wasp” Has “An Entirely Different Genre Template”

a href=”https://variety.com/2018/film/news/ant-man-and-the-wasp-premiere-1202858128/” target=”_blank”> Variety (6/26/2018): Peyton Reed on the Wasp’s ‘Approach to Being a Hero’ in ‘Ant-Man’ Sequel

LA Times (6/26/2018): How ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ continues Marvel’s push for gender equality

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Ant-Man and the Wasp Soundtrack


Ant-Man and the Wasp: The Art of the Movie


Ant-Man and the Wasp Prelude comic


Lego The Incredibles Video Game (Xbox One)
Lego The Incredibles Video Game (PS4)
Lego The Incredibles Video Game (Nintendo Switch)

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