It’s time for the annual – well, maybe the first (and likely last) – Disney, Indiana stockholder meeting. After the business section of the meeting is done (including voting down a shareholder motion), our hosts Tracey and Scott move on to the fun part of the episode. They review their trip to Chicago to attend the Disney Stockholder meeting and a D23 sneak preview of Disney’s newest film Zootopia. They’ll also look at the production of that film and share their thoughts after watching. Then they spend a little time with the stars of Zootopia within Disney Infinity as they review the new Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde figures. They’ll wrap up the show by checking on the Mortis at the Main Street Cinema, cover a bit of feedback and look ahead to the next episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott celebrate the 200th episode of the podcast with a look at the original Imagination pavilion in Epcot as their February Forgotten Favorite. They also count down their Top 5 Marvel Films, and invite some past guests of the show to share their lists as well. Our hosts then wrap things up with a call over to the Main Street Cinema and a look at what they’ll be covering in the next episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott return to Flynn’s Arcade to discuss the latest Lego video game for home consoles – Lego Marvel’s Avengers. In recognition of Valentine’s Day, they then tune into WWED for some Disney love songs. Our hosts return with a discussion of the new documentary “Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow: The Futurism of Walt Disney”, currently available on YouTube. They wrap up the episode with an announcement of their appearance on another podcast, as well as an upcoming book release by a recent guest.
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Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow: The Futurism of Walt Disney documentary:
Featuring interviews with various Disney Legends and Historians, Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow looks at the various technologies Walt Disney used and developed over the course of his life. From creating the first sync sound animation in 1928 to his unrealized dream of E.P.C.O.T., an experimental city that passed on with him in 1966, this film shows Walt Disney as the futurist he truly was.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott revisit the Disney Infinity 3.0 console game with their thoughts on The Force Awakens playset. They then welcome Disney Infinity Senior Story Artist Adrian Ropp back to the Ink and Paint club to talk about both this playset and the Rise of the Empire, as well as some general Disney Infinity talk. Scott does some Armchair Imagineering of the game, after playing another toys-to-life game. They wrap things up with a call over to the Main Street Cinema and an update for an upcoming Disney TV special.
In today’s episode, our co-hosts kick off the 2016 monthly segment Forgotten Favorites with a look at the Walt Disney World version of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. They also share audio from the Disneyland version of the attraction, the attraction that replaced it in Fantasyland as well as a third Fantasyland dark ride. Tracey and Scott then discuss how they are revamping their Patreon program with new perks for supporters of the show, call over the the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the episode by giving listeners a heads-up on an upcoming Disneyland TV special.