Thursday, 22 October 2009

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something... Flew?

Nope, nobody is getting married, I just found that with a few little gentle shoves the contents of the next Issue of Tales can fall into the above familiar saying:

In The Kid in the Candy Store we take you back in time to the opening of the Disney/MGM Studios with Jerry Rees, the director of the film Back to Neverland that introduced guests to the process of animation with Robin Williams and Walter Kronkite.

In Beyond these Castle Walls we take a first look at the expansion of Fantasyland coming to the Magic Kingdom - and you don’t get much newer than that!

Okay, technically borrowed isn’t the right term - but cloned or duplicated certainly doesn’t apply to the ONLY attraction to have ever been a part of the opening day line-up of two parks (on two different continents no less) -  when only one version of the attraction has ever existed - The Mickey Mouse Revue.

More than just something, many... aerial artists fly in Poetry in Motion as we take you behind-the-scenes of ZED, the resident Cirque Du Soleil show at the Tokyo Disney Resort. We take you up quite high too.

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