Disney, Indiana Episode 210 – Rocketing Through the Maze

Disney, Indiana LogoThrough 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.

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Episode Links

Rocket Rods

Theme Park Insider: Why was Rocket Rods at Disneyland closed?

Yesterland (August 29, 2011: Rocket Rods – Long Wait, Short Ride


Portland Monthly (June 19, 2014): Toby, the Baby from Labyrinth, Grows Up to Be a Goblin King—in Portland

The Indy Disney Meet
Magical Wishes for Kids – Home Page of the Indy Disney Meet

Official Facebook Page

Episode Store

Labyrinth (30th Anniversary Edition)

Labyrinth: From The Original Soundtrack Of The Jim Henson Film

Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History

Funko POP Movies: Labyrinth – Jareth Action Figure

Funko POP Movies: Labyrinth – Sara and Worm Action Figure

Funko POP Movies: Labyrinth – Ludo Action Figure, 6″

Funko POP Movies: Labyrinth – Hoggle Action Figure

Other Places to Find Disney, Indiana

MouseLounge Disney Fan Podcast Directory
Podcast Alley

Contact Us

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