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.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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

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Production Information for The Lion King

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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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Email: podcast@disneyindiana.com
Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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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.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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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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MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
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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 261 – Ixnay on the Wishing for More Wishes

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, present this month’s Disney Renaissance segment. They’re sharing the Ron Clements talk on Aladdin that they recorded during their recent two-week cruise aboard the Disney Wonder. Clements was the co-writer and co-director of this 1992 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 the Lion King Broadway production coming to Indianapolis, Indiana.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Email: podcast@disneyindiana.com
Voice Mail Line: (260)-3DI-CAST (334-2278).
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Disney, Indiana Episode 260 – Solo and the Beast

In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott present their coverage of the latest Disney/Lucasfilm theatrical release Solo: A Star Wars Story. They’ll delve into some production and behind the scenes information, discuss the marketing along with the critical and popular response before sharing their own thoughts. Did the film make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, or did it blow its hyperdrive right out of the gate? Listen and find out! Tracey and Scott will then present the next Disney Renaissance segment with a look at the legacy of 1991’s Beauty and the Beast. Along the way, they’ll call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with a sneak peek into the next episode.

Welcome to Disney, Indiana!

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Alicia Renée – Smile, Darn Ya, Smile (2017)

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Entertainment Weekly (02/06/13): Star Wars spin-offs: A young Han Solo movie, and a Boba Fett film

StarWars.com (07/07/14): Christopher Miller and Phil Lord to Helm Han Solo Anthology Film

Indie Wire (12/22/15): Watch: 32-Minute Talk With J.J. Abrams And Lawrence Kasdan About Star Wars: The Force Awakens And More

Hollywood Reporter (05/23/18): How Disney’s Solo: A Star Wars Story Marketing Battled Franchise Saturation

IndieWite (05/31/18): Solo Theater Projection Problems Leave Fans In The Dark, Enrage Industry Veterans

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Beauty and the Beast


Beauty and the Beast Soundtrack


Solo Soundtrack

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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).
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DisneyIndiana
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/disneyindiana


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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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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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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MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
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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