D23’s Disney Afternoon on the Lot will bring 90s nostalgia to fans in Burbank

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If you grew up in the 90’s you probably remember Disney cartoons like “DuckTales,” “Darkwing Duck,” “TaleSpin” and “Chip N’ Dale Rescue Rangers.” Well, this summer D23 will give you the opportunity to relive your childhood with an event dedicated to the classic Disney Afternoon lineup.

D23 Gold and Gold Family Members are invited put on their best 90’s attire and head over to Disney Afternoon on the Lot, which will bring you some of your favorite memories from your the classic shows as well as a panel of Disney writers, producers, artists and voice actors.

Attendees will also get to hear from the creators of the new “DuckTales” series that is set to debut this summer on Disney XD, and even see some exclusive footage of the new show! Executive Producer Matt Youngberg, Co-producer Francisco Angones and Art Director Sean Jimenez will explain how they drew inspiration from the classic Disney cartoon series.

The event will take place August 19, from 2 p.m. to approximately 6 p.m. on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California, and will cost $60 per person. Tickets will go on sale May 25 and D23 gold members will be able to reserve tickets for themselves and one guest, while D23 Gold Family Members will be able to reserve tickets for themselves and up to three guests.

Source: D23.com



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    I’m still disappointed to this day that Jim Cummings, who did nearly every show from the Disney Afternoon along with numerous projects for the company, has not been named a Disney Legend yet.

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      Amen. Not only Cummings but I can name so many others deserving over Stan Lee, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher: Cummings, Susan Egan, Samuel E. Wright, the late Jason Raize, Ashley Brown, James Earl Jones, Matthew Broderick, Scott Weinger, Robby Benson, Ming-Na Wen, Pat Carroll, Judy Kuhn, Irene Bedard, the late Tony Jay, Richard White, the late Bobby Driscoll, the late Jerry Orbach, Roger Bart, Margaret Kerry, Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Kenny Ortega, Ginnifer Goodwin, Whoopi Goldberg, Christy Carlson Romano, Raven-Symone, and dare I say it: Miley Cyrus.

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