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Paul Hale and Nancy Tsuzaki paid a visit to Disneyland and DCA to shoot some photos, videos, and check out the Lunar New Year Festival. Paul will give a full review of the festivities in Episode 8 of the Podcast. Paul and Nancy also paid a visit to DCA’s recently reopened Blue Sky Cellar to check out previews of Cars Land and Ariel’s Undersea Adventure.
Since I’ve been sick and bedridden for a little while, I watched some Disney movies just to kind of refresh my Disney film knowledge, and let’s face it, to make me feel better. It got me thinking about the “Disney Princess” line, which in turn got me to thinking about Disney Princesses who didn’t make the grade, and was kept out of the limelight.
From the Disney Parks Blog:
I’m going to tell you about a new show at Disneyland park that takes the façade of “it’s a small world” and does some amazing things. It turns it into an animated, coloring pad; it coaxes the singing dolls from inside the attraction to appear outside in the show; and it weaves hundreds of guest photos into a giant, surprise mosaic.
Even after I tell you about it, and we share a video sneak-peek of tonight’s first show, I must admit the real thing is so much better.
If you can get here, quit reading now and get here to see “The Magic, The Memories and You!” The nightly, 10-minute spectacular utilizes projection technology and animation to transform the architecture of “it’s a small world” in ways that will make you wonder what happened to the walls.
The Disneyland Resort announced a new ticket offer for Southern California residents, Two Days of Fun for $99, along with five new entertainment experiences for the upcoming “Family Fun Weekends” January 14 through March 6.
This fast-paced video highlights the five new experiences along with 94 other fun things to do around the Disneyland Resort.