Disney, Indiana hosts crossover to Mail Order Zombie! Tracey joins Brother D and Miss Bren to talk about the 1985 novel The Postman written by David Brin and it’s 1997 film adaptation. Scott appears on the show to talk about the 1969 Roger Zelazny novel Damnation Alley and the 1977 film loosely based on it. Note: Mail Order Zombie has an explicit tag and might not be safe for small mouse ears.
We have a very special guest visiting Disney, Indiana this week. The original Belle from the Broadway production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Susan Egan joins our hosts Tracey and Scott at the Ink and Paint club. While waiting for the show, they talk about Susan’s career including getting her start in show business, playing Belle on Broadway, voicing Megara in Disney’s Hercules, her other Broadway work and musical recordings and her current projects.
After meeting this truly wonderful Disney princess, Tracey and Scott continue their year long celebration of Walt Disney World’s 40th Anniversary with a look at the Hall of Presidents in this month’s 40th Flashback. They share the audio from the original show from 1971 as well as review the attraction’s history and changes over the years.
All this plus a call to the Main Street Cinema to see what Mortis is playing this week, celebrating their third podcasting anniversary and covering some listener feedback.
Your hosts had the great honor of being a part of Window to the Magic episode number 281. The regular host Paul Barrie and his wife Tairy are in the process of moving next door to Disneyland and Shane Roberts – the host of the Communicore Online Podcast sits in to share some adventures from Walt Disney World.
The first audio adventure was recorded by Shane, and the second segment by us during our trip this past spring.
In this episode, Scott and Tracey discuss the latest Disney/Pixar film – Cars 2. They provide some background and share their thoughts on the film, as well as review the soundtrack and “The Art of Cars 2” book. After tuning into WWED, our hosts share park audio from the musical group Mulch Sweat & Shears, who perform in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Tracey and Scott then wrap up the show with a look back at the World of Motion attraction, formerly found in Epcot.