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.
Our hosts Tracey and Scott are back with more fun from Disneyland. In this episode they ask Buzzy over at WWED to play a recording of the World of Color presentation they attended while out on the west coast.
Also, they have a very special guest in the Ink and Paint Club - Aaron DelPrince, the organizer of the Indy Disney Meet. They talk about the origins of this event, what happens at one, and how it supports Give Kids the World.
And finally, after an unfortunate delay from the last episode, they finally share the Disney apps review sent in by Jay over at 1976 Tron Court here in Disney, Indiana. And speaking of apps, we have a very special announcement from the folks over at the Main Street Cinema on the subject as well!
Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
---------------------------------- Links Mentioned ---------------------------------- 2012 Indy Disney Meet
There is a very big announcement today from town square in downtown Disney, Indiana. It's such an unbelievable, earth shattering, game changing announcement that you'll just need to hear it for yourself!
After the dust settles, Tracey and Scott continue with their trip report from the Disneyland resort. They spent a couple days after the Friends of the Magic weekend to play in the parks, celebrate a birthday and spend more time with friends. Also, besides talking about the parks, they share their experience riding the train all the way from California to Indiana - two and half days on the rails!
Also in this episode, we've got a recording from Jay Emmitt over at 1976 Tron Court in town. Jay talks about a couple of Disney applications he's using on his phone and Scott continues the talk with a couple more that he's using.
All this, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema, a special WWED and some new resident requests!
Tracey and Scott have returned from the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy with tales of Friends of the Magic, space battles and Mickey bars. They have a review of the 2012 Friends of the Magic weekend at the Disneyland Resort that took place August 3-5, 2012.
After the trip report, they bring you August's Salute to Shorts with a look at the films of Pluto the Pup. They share some history of Mickey's best friend along with reviews of some of the K9's short films.
All that, plus a call over to the Main Street Cinema and a listen to WWED in this supersized episode!
Tracey and Scott have left Disney, Indiana to attend the Friends of the Magic gathering at the Disneyland Resort. They have asked Jessica, the master control program that runs Disney, Indiana, to fill in for them for this episode.
Jessica shares with you a recording Scott and Tracey made at the Walt Disney World resort back in February of 2011, on a visit to Epcot. Jessica also makes a call over to the Main Street Cinema to check in on Mortis to make sure he's not misbehaving while Tracey and Scott are out of town. Jessica then wraps up the episode with some listener feedback.
Today's episode marks the 4th anniversary of the Disney, Indiana podcast (well, July 26 is the show's actual birthday). To celebrate, we bring you July's installment of the yearlong Salute to Shorts segment. In this episode, our hosts take a look at the shorts of Mickey Mouse. No, not the little red ones, but his catalog of short films. They'll talk a little about some of Mickey Mouse's history and then review some of the films themselves (including Scott's favorite, Runaway Brain).
After leaving the theater, our hosts will turn their attention to hidden Mickeys. They'll explain what they are and then countdown their favorite hidden Mickeys found at the US theme parks.
All that, plus a call to Mortis over at the Main Street Cinema and some Disney music on WWED.
In this episode, Scott and Tracey enjoy a wee bit of the Old Country by watching the latest Disney/Pixar animated feature Brave. They provide some background information on their film and share some spoiler-free thoughts.
Then, after tuning into WWED, our hosts discuss the Silly Symphonies series in this month’s Salute to Shorts segment. They wrap up the show with a visit to the Main Street Cinema and respond to two resident requests.
Welcome to Disney, Indiana!
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In today's episode, our co-host Scott receives some very bad news - which spoils a surprise Tracey had been planning. What's the surprise? Well, our hosts will be attending the upcoming Friends of the Magic fan gathering at the Disneyland resort!
They share some of their pre-trip plans for this vacation and relive some of the 2009 Friends of the Magic with audio from their Indiana Jones "We Named the Podcast Indiana" meet.
All this and WWED featuring some Cars and Carsland audio and a call over to the Main Street Cinema.
In this episode, Tracey and Scott continue their 2012 Salute to Shorts monthly series with a discussion of the Disney Studios first sound cartoon, and Mickey Mouse's official debut: Steamboat Willie from 1928. They trace the history of this significant short and share their thoughts on the film.
Then, after listening to WWED's warm up act, our hosts celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Disney Parks nighttime spectacular Fantasmic with a live recording of the show from their February 2011 visit to Walt Disney World.
They then wrap up the show with a call to the Main Street Cinema and some listener feedback.
Hello everyone and welcome to a very special episode, number 100! For this milestone episode our hosts decided to cover something near and dear to co-host Scott's heart. That's right, it's time for Wall-to-Wall Roger Rabbit in Disney, Indiana!
They start off in Belle's books with a look at what started it all with a review of Gary K. Wolf's 1981 novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? After that, they head over to the Main Street Cinema to review the 1988 classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, directed by Robert Zemeckis and released by Disney-owned Touchstone Pictures. Besides the film, they also review the three Roger Rabbit shorts released to the Big Screen.
Once they finish their popcorn, they return to Belle's to review Gary K. Wolf's follow-up novel Who P-P-P-Plugged Roger Rabbit? and end their journey around Toontown at the Ink and Paint Club to talk about how Roger Rabbit and his pals have been used at the Disney parks around the world.
All that, plus some Roger Rabbit music on WWED, a call over to the Main Street Cinema and some very cool feedback!
Hello everyone! In today's episode, the town high mucky-mucks were called away for some very important business out of town and were not available to host the show. But don't fear everyone, as our neighborhood cinema projectionist Mortis was able to fill in and bring you the episode this week.
Mortis shares some audio that Tracey and Scott recorded during the Disney Alaskan cruise they took last fall. We would like to give a big thank you to Mortis for stepping in and helping put together this show.
Your regular hosts will be back next time with episode number 100 and a topic that is near and dear to Scott's heart.