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these aren’t even long lost freinds thave been around since 2010 and been run coontagously and isn’t the sdcc soupossed to start today?
Nice pix, thanks for sharing. My family and I were just discussing a few days ago how we miss so many wonderful characters and various things WDW – MK used to have. We also miss that wonderful character dining experience MGM = Disney’s Hollywood Studios had in the early to mid 90s. You could dine and experience meeting Phoebus, Quasimodo, Genie, Aladdin, Esmerelda, Captain John Smith . . . and how about all the vocalists and musicians throughout MK??? So many wonderful elements now gone. including benches. Yep, I mentioned to a cast member at World Showcase in EPCOT how I noticed that there are very FEW benches to sit and enjoy the scenery. She said that was an intentional decision to remove benches EVERYWHERE on WDW property. So, I paid attention and sure enough, I noticed benches at Studios – GONE. No wehre to sit at AK or MK. And for God’s sake, why the big blue hat?? I want to see the fabulous theater when I enter the Studios.
What about Dr.Facilier’s magic wand stick!
That Chicken Little costume is really something. Of all the Disney costumes I’ve seen in recent memory, that costume looks exactly as the character did in the movie!
Thank you so much for the photos and video.
It’s almost like being there!
I was just saying to my wife last night, It would be great to see Disney Afternoon characters! Darkwing Duck, Lauchpad, Gadget, Monterrey Jack!
Plus put Chip and Dale in their Rescue Rangers outfits!
Fun! That brought a smile to me and the music was great too. Thanks Ricky!
Are Dr. Facilier’s hands real? Those are the longest fingers I have ever seen. Thanks for the photo’s.
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