Disney, Indiana Episode 178 – Red, Gold and Green

After a slight robot malfunction outside of the Main Street Cinema and some breathtaking anger management issues, our hosts Tracey and Scott begin to prepare for the latest chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers: Age of Ultron. To do this, they head back to the start of the MCU by taking a look at the first two films in the series, Iron Man (directed by Jon Favreau) and The Incredible Hulk (directed by Louis Leterrier) – both from 2008. They discuss the production, cast and the public and critical reaction to both films, as well as share their own thoughts. Will loving these films be easy and their colors be like their dream?

After all the superhero fun, our hosts check in with Mortis over at the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with some podcast houeskeeping.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Iron Man DVD (Single-Disc Edition)

Iron Man Blu-Ray (Two-Disc Ultimate Edition + BD Live)

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The Incredible Hulk DVD(Widescreen Edition)

The Incredible Hulk Blu-Ray

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Iron Man Manual

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Rick Myers’ Fumbling Forwards: Marvelously Disneyfied

Iron Man

Los Angeles Times (09/06/2005): Marvel to Make Movies Based on Comic Books

Ain’t It Cool News (07/28/2007): Quint goes one on one with Jon Favreau about IRON MAN at Comic-Con!!!

Comic Book Resources (05/02/2008): Lying in the Gutters Volume 2 column 156

USA Today (04/27/2007): First look: Downey forges a bond with Iron Man role

MTV News (03/17/2008): Iron Man Star Robert Downey Jr. Talks About Incredible Hulk Cameo, Controversial Tropic Thunder Pics

Superhero Hype (04/30/2008): Gwyneth Paltrow Plays Pepper Potts

SciFi Japan (04/30/2008): Iron Man Production Notes

Mania (04/22/2008): Iron Man: Terrence Howard lives the dream

Collider (03/28/2012): Clark Gregg Talks Disney XD Series Ultimate Spider-Man and Viewing a Recent Cut of The Avengers

Superhero Hype (04/29/2008): Exclusive: An In-Depth Iron Man Talk with Jon Favreau

Superhero Hype (06/25/2007): Iron Man Movie Update!

Brandweek (01/07/2008): Tie-ins: LG, BK, 7-Eleven To Pump Paramount’s Iron Man

Superhero Hype (02/16/2008): Hasbro Previews G.I. Joe, Hulk, Iron Man, Indy & Clone Wars

USA Today (05/01/2008): Stars make strong showing at Iron Man premiere

Gizmodo (09/30/2008): Which of the EIGHT Versions of the Iron Man DVD Should You Buy?

The Incredible Hulk

SciFi Japan (2008): THE INCREDIBLE HULK Production Notes

Variety (2/23/2006): Marvel stock soars on rev outlook

SuperHeroHype (4/15/2007): EXCL: Zak Penn on Norton as Hulk!

MTV News (1/19/2008): William Hurt Says New Hulk Is More Heroic, Reveals Iron Man Crossover Scene

Empire Online (3/2008): Director Talks Incredible Hulk Secrets

Total Film (3/7/2008): Edward Norton talks Incredible Hulk

Wizard Universe (3/27/2008): WIZARD Q&A: Tim Roth

SuperHeroHype (4/20/2008): Exclusive: Letterier, Feige and Hurd on Hulk’s Return

BrandWeek (4/20/2008): BK, 7-Eleven Adding Bulk to Hulk Redux

Business Wire (6/9/2008): A Hulk of a Deal – 7-Eleven Goes ‘Green’ for ‘The Incredible Hulk’ Film Release

LA Times (6/13/2008): New ‘Hulk’ may be bigger than old one

USAToday (6/18/2003): Busting out: ‘Hulk’ stars aglow for the premiere

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Disney, Indiana Episode 141 – Yggdrasil or the World Tree of Life

Today’s episode finds one of our co-hosts not only MIA, but not found on Earth! Can our remaining host open the show? Will it go smoother than normal? Will the missing host return in time for the segments? Does anyone miss them? These answers and more await you!

Speaking of answers to questions – how about what segments are on today’s episode? Well, first off a discussion of the newest entry into the Marvel film universe: Thor The Dark World. A look at the film’s history, how it fits in with the other Marvel films and what our hosts thought of the film are all in store.

It’s also time for November’s Future Disney Legend segment with a look at the career of Disney Imagineer Joe Rohde. The man who, among other projects, helped developed the sorely missed Adventurers Club and also worked on a little something called Disney’s Animal Kingdom as well.

Keeping with the Animal Kingdom theme, our hosts have a book review on the Imagineering Field Guide to Disney’s Animal Kingdom from Tracey in the episode as well.

All this, plus a listen to WWED, a call over the Main Street Cinema to see what Mortis is up to and some great listener feedback!

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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MousePlanet: A Farewell to the Adventurer’s Club
MousePlanet: Adventurers Club Final Farewell: Part Two
MousePlanet: Special Effect Secrets of the Adventurer’s Club
MousePlanet: Craig McNair Wilson Remembers the Adventurers Club
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Thor: The Dark World (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy)

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The Imagineering Field Guide to Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World

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Disney, Indiana – Episode 140 – Potpourri for 100

Today’s episode starts off with one of our beloved hosts in jeopardy (or is that on Jeopardy?). Will this host survive and make it to the bonus round or will they land on bankrupt when the final answer is given (wait, what show was that again?)

Scott and Tracey bring their listeners a hodgepodge of Disney goodness this time around that includes two video game reviews, a movie review, a book review and a mini-trip report!

They discuss their recent visit to the Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Next up is a look at the new Lego Marvel Super Heroes video game and the Lone Ranger Playset for Disney Infinity. Our hosts then review the 2013 not Disney, but filmed on Disney property film Escape from Tomorrow and wrap up the review fest with a look at book It’s Kind of a Cute Story – a self-told memoir of Disney Legend Rolly Crump.

So sit back, make sure to be closest to the retail price without going over and enjoy the show.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago Exhibit closes May 4, 2014.

Monster Kid Radio® – Hosted by Derek M. Koch

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload

Escape from Tomorrow (official site)

It’s Kind of a Cute Story Official site and Facebook page

Who Whacked Roger Rabbit? – preorder link
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LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes – Xbox 360

LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes – Playstation 3

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Lone Ranger Play Set for Disney Infinity

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It’s Kind of a Cute Story

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More Cute Stories, Vol. 1: Disneyland History

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Who Censored Roger Rabbit? (Kindle)

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Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? – New Roger Rabbit Novel due out 11/29/2013.

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Disney, Indiana – Episode 100 – Who Framed Disney, Indiana?

Hello everyone and welcome to a very special episode, number 100! For this milestone episode our hosts decided to cover something near and dear to co-host Scott’s heart. That’s right, it’s time for Wall-to-Wall Roger Rabbit in Disney, Indiana!

They start off in Belle’s books with a look at what started it all with a review of Gary K. Wolf’s 1981 novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? After that, they head over to the Main Street Cinema to review the 1988 classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, directed by Robert Zemeckis and released by Disney-owned Touchstone Pictures. Besides the film, they also review the three Roger Rabbit shorts released to the Big Screen.

Once they finish their popcorn, they return to Belle’s to review Gary K. Wolf’s follow-up novel Who P-P-P-Plugged Roger Rabbit? and end their journey around Toontown at the Ink and Paint Club to talk about how Roger Rabbit and his pals have been used at the Disney parks around the world.

All that, plus some Roger Rabbit music on WWED, a call over to the Main Street Cinema and some very cool feedback!

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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The home page of author Gary K. Wolf

Gary K. Wolf on Smashwords

Cels from the canceled and never released 4th Roger Rabbit short “Hare In My Soup” from the Toontown Antics blog

Interview with Roger Rabbit’s Cartoon Spin designer Marcelo Vignali at imnotbad.com

Roger Rabbit in Disney’s 1983 annual report on ImagiNERDing.com

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Disney, Indiana – Episode 96 – Oswald Rabbit of Mars

In today’s episode, Tracey and Scott continue their year-long examination of the cartoon shorts of the Walt Disney Company with a look at Oswald the Lucky Rabbit is March’s Salute to Shorts segment. They’ll discuss the history of the character, review some of the shorts, look how Disney lost and then regained this classic character.

Tracey then stops by Belle’s Books to share her thoughts on the book Walt Before Mickey: Disney’s Early Years, 1919-1928 by Timothy S Susanin. It’s a book that we’ve been using as a reference for the Salute to Shorts segments in 2012.

Then our hosts will take a look at the troubled history of John Carter, Disney’s newest live action film in theaters now. They will cover the long and strange development history of this project, Disney’s current involvement and share their thoughts on this film.

All that, plus a listen to WWED and other surprises.

Welcome, to Disney, Indiana!

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ERBzine, an online fanzine devoted to the life & works of Edgar Rice Burroughs, coverage of Bob Clampett’s attempt to bring the film to theaters in the 1930s

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Trolley Troubles

Oh Teacher!

The Mechanical Cow

All Wet

The Ocean Hop

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Bob Clampett’s Early John Carter Animation Test

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Walt Disney Treasures – The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit


Epic Mickey for the Wii


The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection


The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection: Volume 2


Walt Before Mickey: Disney’s Early Years, 1919-1928


John Carter Soundtrack

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Friends of the Magic
Reedy Creek Radio – Thursdays at 11am ET
MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
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