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  • Blog Post: And would Disney's Golden Celebration have been better if its history portion had stayed in Tomorrowland?

    Well, in a couple of days, we'll know for sure. As part of Disneyland's Twilight Zone Tower of Terror press event, the folks in Anaheim will supposedly finally reveal at least of that resort's plans for "Disney's Golden Celebration." Which (for those of you who don't know) will be the worldwide celebration...
  • Blog Post: Would "Noah's Ark" have been a memorable addition to Disney World's nighttime entertainment line-up?

    You almost have to feel sorry for Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. After all, his latest musical -- "Bombay Dreams" -- opened on Broadway last week to fairly middling reviews. Which means that this $14 million production (Which features one memorable sequence where the cast dances on stage in a fountain that...
  • Blog Post: A JHM Exclusive: When the Disney Magic is headed west

    For weeks now, there have been whispers about when it was actually going to happen. Little whisps of stories would leak. Juicy little tidbits like: "AT&T has already booked 100 rooms for the trip out to Los Angeles" and "Disney's other corporate partners are being offered first shot at the rooms...
  • Blog Post: WDI has a solution to Epcot's "Soarin'" problem

    Epcot has a big problem. That "Soarin'"show building (the one that's currently under construction behind "The Land" pavilion in Future World) is huge. So huge that it's now looming up behind the "mountains" of World Showcase's Canada pavilion. Totally destroying the effect that the Imagineers who originally...
  • Blog Post: Ready or not, here comes Superstar Limo ... again!

    Didn't Stephen King actually write a book about something like this? Yes! "Christine." You know, the one about the haunted automobile? The story that ended with the supposedly crushed and cubed classic car slowly unfolding itself in the junkyard... Then suddenly hitting the road to exact revenge on those...
  • Blog Post: The Big One That Got Away: Madison's Dive

    So what's your favorite club at Walt Disney World's Pleasure Island? Me? Though I do enjoy an occasional visit to the Comedy Warehouse, I have to admit that I'm mostly an Adventurer's Club fan. I mean, I can't tell you the number of times that I've found myself in the Library, watching as Professor Otis...
  • Blog Post: A 10 Story Tall Walt Disney?!

    "To all who come to this happy place ... Welcome!" Most of you Disney history buffs out there will recognize the above quote. It's what Walt said in Disneyland's Town Square back on July 17th, 1955. During the theme park's official dedication ceremony. And surely some of you have also seen the kinescope...
  • Blog Post: A JHM Exclusive: Your first look at Universal Orlando's "Revenge of the Mummy" thrill ride

    WARNING! The following contains spoilers. The following is based on an incomplete attraction, and should not be construed as representative of the final product. The ride is in private technical rehearsals, and is not open to the public. Do not go to the park expecting to experience the ride until the...
  • Blog Post: Train of Thought

    Like many other Disneyana webmasters and news organizations out there, I received this e-mail late last week: AN OPEN LETTER TO DISNEYLAND It has been only six months since our son, Marcelo, died on the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disneyland. A death caused by faulty maintenance, lack of safety...
  • Blog Post: Train of Thought

    Like many other Disneyana webmasters and news organizations out there, I received this e-mail late last week: AN OPEN LETTER TO DISNEYLAND It has been only six months since our son, Marcelo, died on the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad at Disneyland. A death caused by faulty maintenance, lack of safety...
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