In this bi-weekly podcast, your hosts Tracey and Scott take you to Disney, Indiana and discuss books, movies, music, theme parks, video games and whatever else in the Disneyverse they'd like to talk about.
They'll share audio clips, interviews and other surprises along the way. If you enjoy all aspects of the Mouse, come hang out in Disney, Indiana.
Disney, Indiana cannot be found on any standard map. It's more of a state of mind, or more precisely a state of heart.
In today's episode, our co-hosts are getting into the mood for their upcoming cruise by looking at some of Disney's Latin American flair. First up, they take a look at Saludos Amigos from 1942 and 1944's The Three Caballeros. To bring some history to these films, they referenced South of the Border With Disney: Walt Disney and the Good Neighbor Program, 1941-1948 by J.B. Kaufman.
After they finish their samba, our hosts make their case for Tim Burton to be named a Disney Legend in April's Future Disney Legend segment. They take a look at his early work for the company, the films he's done for both Disney and Touchstone (a Disney owned studio) over the years and their effect on the theme parks.
Speaking of the theme parks, Buzzy continues the theme of today's show by sharing audio from Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros at Epcot. This recording was made during a trip to Walt Disney World in 2011.
All this, plus a call to Mortis at the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback - and don't forget the current contest related to their cruise!
In today’s episode, our co-host Tracey tries to announce their next Disney trip and Scott continues to interrupt with what he *thinks* the trip will be. After a bit of back and forth, their destination of the Panama Canal via the Disney Wonder is finally made clear to Scott.
After he finally understands, they talk about about this upcoming fourteen day cruise from Miami to Los Angeles with stops in Castaway Cay, Cartegena, Columbia, Puerto Vallarta Mexico, and Cabo San Lucas Mexico. Along with the cruise discussion, our hosts review the PassPorter's Disney Cruise Line and Ports of Call guidebook. There's also a contest announcement tied in with their trip.
Keeping with the nautical theme and to celebrate the recent announcement of Finding Nemo 2, our hosts share a recording of the Finding Nemo Musical from Disney's Animal Kingdom.
All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema, a tune into WWED and some listener feedback.
---------------------------------- Links Mentionaed ---------------------------------- Jason Gordon, the light technician and props wrangler for a musical adaptation of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang that just ended its run at at the Hale Center Theater near Salt Lake City, shared this preview video of the show.