In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott revisit a Disney animated Classic, 1991’s Beauty and the Beast. They discuss how the film came to be, as well as their own experiences with the film and the various adaptations and spinoffs of the film. They also replay their 2001 interview with Susan Egan, who played Belle in the Broadway musical version of Beauty and the Beast. Our hosts then call over to the Main Street Cinema before wrapping up the show.
Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, Tracey and Scott have fought their way here to the podcast; beyond the cinema, to take back the fountain that Mortis has stolen. Their will is as strong as his and our magic kingdom is great. Mortis has no power over them – no power to stop them from talking about the 1986 Jim Henson-directed Labyrinth on this episode which our brave hosts had the opportunity to see on the big screen recently. Then they will jump over to Tomorrowland to take a look at the attraction that Mortis’ power couldn’t contain (but budget constraints could), Rocket Rods for this month’s Forgotten Favorite. After all these adventures, our hosts will return home to spend some time with Aaron DelPrince to learn about this year’s Indy Disney Meet happening on August 27. All that, plus a call over to the Prince of the Land of Stench, err Mortis to find out at what’s happening at the Main Street Cinema on this episode.
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 hosts, Tracey and Scott share their initial impressions of the latest iteration of the Disney Infinity console video game. They discuss the Toy Box Hub, some of the new features and what they’re looking forward to in terms of characters and playsets. They continue the Disney Infinity fun by chatting with Senior Story Artist Adrian Ropp. Our hosts also review the Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection Blu Ray, sharing production info and their thoughts on each of the short films. Along the way, they call over to the Main Street Cinema, and wrap up the show with a discussion of the 2015 Indy Disney Meet.
Why should we worry? Why should we care? We may not have a dime, but we’ve got show savoire faire! On this episode of the Disney, Indiana podcast, our hosts continue their year long Canine Confidential series with a look at the Dodger from the 1988 animated film Oliver & Company. After talking about this artful dodger, our hosts make their way over to the Ink and Paint Club to sit down with Aaron DelPrince to talk about the 8th Annual Indy Disney Meet coming up on August 29, 2015 in support of Give Kids the World. Then our hosts get ready for their upcoming trip to Disneyland to celebrate its 60th anniversary by looking back to their 2005 trip and Disneyland’s 50th anniversary. All that plus a listen to WWED, a call over to the Main Street Cinema and a look at what’s coming up on the show!