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.
Just the other day, in a theater not too far away, our hosts, Tracey and Scott went to see the newest installment in the Star Wars franchise - Episode 7: The Force Awakens. In today’s episode, they go through some production notes on the film, discuss its marketing and promotional tie-ins, examine the critical and popular response so far, as well as share their own thoughts. Our hosts also review the second Disney Infinity 3.0 playset - Rise Against the Empire, which is based around the events of the original Star Wars trilogy. They also tune into WWED for some holiday-themed Star Wars tunes, present the final installment of Star Wars and Me and wrap up the show with an update on a former Hollywood Studios fan favorite musical act.
In today’s episode, after a dramatic reading by co-host Scott, he and Tracey present the final Canine Confidential with a look at Dug from The 2009 Pixar film Up. Next up is a Jabba sized Star Wars and Me segment, followed by Scott and Tracey’s coverage of the latest Disney*Pixar theatrical release, The Good Dinosaur. They call over to the Main Street Cinema, and stop by the Neverland Karaoke Cantina before wrapping up the show. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
In today’s episode our hosts, Tracey and Scott, continue their Disney Fantasy Halloween on the High Seas cruise trip report, which includes a day at the Port Orleans Riverside resort. They also present November’s Canine Confidential and continue the Star Wars and Me series with segments from Derek M. Koch from Monster Kid Radio; Jeremy and Heather from the Neverland Podcast; Zombie Farmer, Darkwing Mantis and Robert R. Best of the Padawan Cast; and the Main Street Cinema Projectionist, Mortis. Then our hosts call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with their thoughts on the limited theatrical re-release of Fantasia.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, kick off their Disney trip report with their experiences at the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, a visit to the Kennedy Space Center and their first day of their Halloween on the High Seas cruise on the Disney Fantasy. They also share audio from the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular show and the Fantasy Sail Away party, and present the third installment of “Star Wars and Me”, welcoming back the hosts of Monster Kid Radio, the Neverland podcast along with the host of the Weird-O-Rama videocast. They wrap up the show with a call over to the Main Street Cinema, and a couple of resident requests.
Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
NOTE: No dianogas were harmed in the making of this podcast.
After some confusion of exactly when now is, our hosts Tracey and Scott start this show with a look at the Twilight of the Republic Disney Infinity playset. Then they continue two ongoing segments on the program. First is the second installment of "Star Wars and Me" as they welcome hosts of the Neverland and Comic Book Central podcasts to talk about their Star Wars memories. Second is the October segment of the 2015 year long Canine Confidential program with a look at a pair of spooky puppies - Zero from the Nightmare before Christmas and Sparky from Frankenweenie. All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott, start the show with their thoughts on Part II of the recent PBS biography American Experience: Walt Disney. Then they share their plans for their upcoming Halloween-themed Disney trip - where they will take in a Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party as well as a cruise on the Disney Fantasy. Then, in honor of the last performance of Mulch, Sweat and Shears at Walt Disney World, they play a recording of the band from December 2008. Next up is the first installment of the new segment “Star Wars and Me”, which will be a part of each episode through the end of the year. Our hosts then wrap up the show with their review of the Toy Box Takeover add-on for Disney Infinity 3.0, a call over to the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
In today’s episode, Tracey surprises Scott by suggesting they discuss a Kurt Russell film on the show; after he makes several less-than-appropriate recommendations, they decide on The Fox and the Hound for the focus of this month’s Canine Confidential. They then share some part audio from their recent Friends of the Magic Disneyland trip. Tracey and Scott also cover Part I of the recent PBS biography American Experience: Walt Disney and wrap up the show with some thank yous and a mention of what to expect in the next episode. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
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.
Last time on the Disney, Indiana podcast, our dynamic duo of podcasting presenters began their tantalizing trip tale about about their exciting escapades in Southern California. This week they return with more sensational stories, this time describing Disneyland and the fantastic Friends of the Magic wonderful weekend!
Listen for amazing audio from thrilling theme park adventures!
Be regaled by rendezvous with other pleasant podcasters!
And enjoy many meets with fantastic friends and precious podcast patrons!
Welcome to Disney, Indiana! Tonight, your friends and hosts Tracey and Scott use their story telling skills to create a magical trip report for you to enjoy. Nothing is more wonderful than a trip to Southern California. For, in a moment, you can experience Hollywood and Universal Studios or an exciting adventure in Disneyland! But beware - nothing is more powerful then the imagination. For it can expand your desire of a trip to Disney to an overwhelming craving! Are the powers of Tracey and Scott's storytelling strong enough, and bright enough, to convince you to pack your bags? You are about to find out. For we now invite you to join your hosts and experience Disney, Indiana - a journey to Southern California!
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!
After some issues with a new super suit, Tracey and Scott take a look at the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - Ant-Man! They take a look at the film's journey from the ant hill to the silver screen along with their thoughts on the little guy. Our hosts then preview their upcoming trip to Disneyland to attend the 2015 Friends of the Magic Fan Gathering and review the just announced 2015 Disney Legends Class. All this plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema, a reminder of the newest contest and a look at some listener feedback. Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
In today's episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey present the July Canine Confidential with a look at Bolt, the star of the 2008 animated film of the same name. They start with his origins as Henry, an American Dog and discuss how the film's concept changed over time. Our hosts follow that up with a call over to the Main Street Cinema and a replay of a special interview. After tuning into WWED, Tracey and Scott also re-visit the Disney, Infinity 2.0 video game and share their thoughts on the remaining characters and some of their favorite Power Discs. They wrap up the show with the results of the Recast Inside Out contest, as well as a look at some upcoming events.
Today Tracey and Scott sit down and take a long look at the big screen, dig deep within and get in touch with Pixar's newest characters - Joy, Fear, Anger, Sadness and Disgust - as they ponder life, universe and 2015's Inside Out. They analyze the history and production of this Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen directed film. They will also bring out their feelings on this new film. Will our hosts be able to grow emotionally on this journey or will they have to be placed under observation - listen to find out!
After the meeting of the minds, our hosts turn their attention to this month's Canine Confidential segment with a look at everyone's favorite toy dog - Slinky from the Toy Story series! Our hosts will let you know if he should walk down stairs alone or in pairs!
All this, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema to check in with the Mortis and then wrap up this episode with some upcoming events in Disney, Indiana!
In this episode of the Disney Indiana Podcast, Tracey and Scott visit Tomorrowland as they share some production history and their thoughts on Disney's latest live action film. While in Tomorrowland, at Walt Disney World, they recorded a visit to the Carousel of Progress that they have on tap after the film review.
After the visit to the future, our hosts jump in their DeLorean DMC-12, hot tub, phone booth, time sled, time displacement sphere or Tardis (please choose the time machine of your favorite fandom) and set the controls for the past as they review their visit to the Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology exhibit at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C.
Once back in their own time, they call over to the Main Street Cinema to check in with the Mortis, welcome some new residents into town, and respond to some listener feedback!
In this episode of the Disney Indiana Podcast, Tracey and Scott share some park audio from a group that no longer performs at Epcot. After that trip down memory lane, they bring us May's Canine Confidential segment with a look at 1955's Disney classic Lady and the Tramp with a discussion of the film's history and their thoughts. After a call over to the Main Street Cinema, they share some more park audio - this time from a group who no longer performs at Disneyland! All that plus some listener feedback and some coverage of what our hosts have been doing outside of town!
In today's episode, Scott channels his inner Stark to start the show. Our hosts then share some Streetmosphere park audio from their 2014 trip to Walt Disney World. Tracey and Scott then kick off their coverage of Marvel's latest theatrical release Avengers: Age of Ultron with a discussion of the film's production. After a quick call to the Main Street Cinema, Scott and Tracey continue their coverage of the film with a look at its marketing, the critical and popular response and share their thoughts on the film. Our hosts then meet up with The Ghost Host for a ridethru of the Haunted Mansion, also from their 2014 Walt Disney World trip. They wrap things up with some listener feedback and a sneak peek of the next episode.
After a slight robot malfunction outside of the Main Street Cinema and some breathtaking anger management issues, our hosts Tracey and Scott begin to prepare for the latest chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers: Age of Ultron. To do this, they head back to the start of the MCU by taking a look at the first two films in the series, Iron Man (directed by Jon Favreau) and The Incredible Hulk (directed by Louis Leterrier) - both from 2008. They discuss the production, cast and the public and critical reaction to both films, as well as share their own thoughts. Will loving these films be easy and their colors be like their dream?
After all the superhero fun, our hosts check in with Mortis over at the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with some podcast houeskeeping.
Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
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In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott make a visit to the tropics with an audio recording from Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room from their August 2014 Friends of the Magic trip to Disneyland. They then present the April Canine Confidential segment with a look at 1959’s The Shaggy Dog and 1976’s The Shaggy D.A. Our hosts then call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with some great listener feedback.
In today’s episode, our co-hosts, Tracey and Scott (after a bit of discussion) present March’s Canine Confidential with a look at Experiment 626, aka Stitch. They also sit down in the Ink and Paint Club with Mike Trent, Director of Communication for the Midwest Toy Fest to learn about this brand-new convention coming to Indianapolis on June 6th & 7th. Our hosts then share additional Muppet Music feedback from listeners to the show, and wrap up the episode with a call over to the Main Street Cinema and a preview of the next episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott visit the Main Street Opera House (of all places) to take another look at some of their favorite Muppet Music - sharing their choices for positions #12 - #7. A couple of residents of Disney, Indiana share their favorites as well. Our hosts also review a new product to help Disney fans stand out in the crowd at the parks, discuss some upcoming fan events and share info about a possible Disney Lego kit build.
In today’s episode, our co-hosts, Scott and Tracey make another trip to Flynn’s Arcade to discuss the latest updates to the Disney Infinity 2.0 console video game. They review some of the Disney originals figures and the two associated Toy Box game discs; and share some armchair game imagineering ideas for future releases of Disney Infinity. Our hosts then head Under the Sea and share a recording of the Turtle Talk show from last August in DCA. They wrap up the show with a call over to the Main Street Cinema, a short tribute to Leonard Nimoy and some listener feedback.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott are seeing spots as they discuss 101 Dalmatians; both the 1961 animated feature and the 1996 live-action remake. They cover some production history and compare and contrast both films, finally sharing their thoughts on their back to back viewing. They also present February’s Canine Confidential: Pongo and Perdita; tune into WWED for some dog-gone good music, call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with some listener feedback.
In today’s episode, co-host Tracey invites a couple of fellow podcasters to the Ink and Paint Club to revisit the No Princesses Club concept. Sarah from the Skywalking through Neverland Podcast, and Cindy from the Super Mates Podcast, along with Tracey discuss their top three female non-princess characters, along with some runner-ups. Scott joins back in to wrap up the show with some listener feedback and a sneak peek for the next episode.
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In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott share their experience at the Marvel Universe Live arena show. They also kick off the 2015 monthly segment: Canine Confidential - with a look at Disney’s Top Dog: Pluto. Our hosts share some park audio with a visit to the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor from March 2011. Along the way, they’ll call over to the Main Street Cinema, and wrap up the episode with a list of Disney’s 2014 Oscar nominations and a sneak peek into the next episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott present their coverage of Into the Woods, Disney’s latest theatrical release. They discuss the history of the film, critical and popular response and their own thoughts. (Scott makes his feelings known pretty much from the intro!). They also review the third Disney Infinity 2.0 video game playset, Guardians of the Galaxy. Along the way, they tune into WWED, call over to the Main Street Cinema and wrap up the show with a sneak peek at the next episode.