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michaxl:

strawberryghostie:

michaxl:

why is everyone in aladdin hot

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my original statement stands

ONE MONTH TILL MY ORLANDO VACATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

thatsmybreastsnotmypinlanyard:

Let it be known that a family told me their vacation was ruined because Tough to Be a Bug was closed. They came to Walt Disney World with the sole goal of viewing the 4D show Tough to Be a Bug, arguably one of the worst attractions on WDW property. This is a thing that actually happened. 

Big dumb belching bear!

Guest: Is the Indiana Jones ride here?
Me: No, sorry, that's in Disneyland. We have an Indiana Jones stunt show over at Hollywood Studios, but the actual ride is in California.
Guest: Oh...
Me: BUT if you go over to Animal Kingdom, the Dinosaur ride is actually exactly the same type of ride with the same exact track!
Co-worker: Wait, really?
Me: Yeah! It's the exact same track, but filled with dinosaurs instead of Harrison Ford.
Co-worker: Darn. I'd prefer Harrison Ford.
Me: Don't we all.

tugonthatyellowstrap:

chicken fries are back and nothing else matters

atopfourthwall:

gomer21xx:

I’ve probably mentioned Mikkos Cassadine and the whole Ice Princess plot plenty of times on The Port Charlie Podcast.  But look here, in this short clip.

John Colicos… that man took this role and chomped down on it with all of the ham and a side of scenery!  And this scene, I believe, showcases it the best! =)

Just a reminder because I friggin’ LOVE the late John Colicos - he was Kor in the original Star Trek (and pretty much the first named Klingon in the series) and returned for three times as Kor in Deep Space 9.

For the non-Trekkies but still sci-fi lovers, Colicos was also the original Baltar from Battlestar Galactica and the ham and scene-chewery were beautiful.

And finally, possibly his best role ever? He was the voice of Apocalypse in the 90s animated X-Men series. You kind of see shades of that in this performance (though obviously without the deeper voice and minor voice modulation).

mrgeef:

jimsguts:

fuckyeahvictoriakaye:

gameraboy:

Selections from the castmember guide to Disney’s California Adventure from 2001. Via Vintage Disneyland Tickets.

Let’s play spot the difference!  

I was actually thinking about this on our last visit. With the exception of the anchor attractions (Screamin’, Grizzle, and Soarin’) are there any other originals left?

Several, actually. A couple have been re-themed but are still the exact same ride (I won’t count exhibits/walkthroughs like the Boudin Bakery Tour or Redwood Challenge Trail).

  • MuppetVision 3D
  • Golden Zephyr
  • Goofy’s Sky School (rethemed)
  • Jumpin’ Jellyfish
  • Silly Symphony Swings (rethemed)
  • Mickey’s Fun Wheel (rethemed)
  • King Triton’s Carousel

Visuals of the differences in the rethemed attractions below a cut, because this post is already a little long.

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unwinona:

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tico-taco-ra-ra-ra:

urulokid:

jellybaby74:

urulokid:

zionicbond:

urulokid:

chibitamichan:

urulokid:

Yeah I’m totally elsa kids come on over

I can’t breathe, this is so friggin cute

Like you don’t understand okay I was trapped for an hour on the second floor of the con with hundreds of children and their parents because everyone thought I was Elsa

Am I the only one who thinks she looks like the khaleesi like The mother of dragons?

I was cosplaying dany I was mistaken for Elsa and wound up at a nine yr old girls birthday party this was the best day of my life

I thought she was Kalesi…

YES I WAS COSPLAYING KHALEESI

I WAS HOWEVER MISTAKEN ON AN ENORMOUS SCALE FOR ELSA OF ARENDELLE BY HUNDREDS OF SMALL CHILDREN AND THEIR MOTHERS

well you didnt have to use caps lock…

I AM DAENERYS STORMBORN, THE UNBURNT, OF THE HOUSE TARGARYEN, FIRST OF MY NAME; QUEEN OF MEEREEN; QUEEN OF THE ANDALS, THE RHYNAR, AND THE FIRST MEN; LADY REGNANT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS, PROTECTOR OF THE REALM, KHALEESI OF THE GREAT GRASS SEA, BREAKER OF CHAINS, AND MOTHER OF DRAGONS 

AND I WILL USE CAPS LOCK IF I SO PLEASE

LET IT GO

LET IT GOOOOOOO

I played a trick on some kids at Tower today. Loaded everyone else into the elevator and closed the doors on the kids in the boiler room. Waited 30 sec and re-opened the doors and let them on the elevator. Everyone who say this happen started laughing.

I played a trick on some kids at Tower today. Loaded everyone else into the elevator and closed the doors on the kids in the boiler room. Waited 30 sec and re-opened the doors and let them on the elevator. Everyone who say this happen started laughing.

themadkiwi:

Tumblr wouldn’t let me add my comments to still-she-haunts-me-phantomwise's original post, so I was forced to repost instead of reblog.

After watching the video (and a few others that have since been posted) an unhealthy amount of times, here are all the changes and additions I was able to detect:

* Rabbit hole sequence features an actual animated rabbit hole. The original version was more of a cross between the hallway at the bottom and the interior of the White Rabbit’s house.

* Film footage of Alice chasing the White Rabbit replaces a carrot-shaped sign pointing in the direction of the Rabbit’s house. Despite the footage appearing on the other side of the door, it’s footage of pre-rabbit hole Alice.

* “All in the Golden Afternoon” adds animated Daisy, Snap Dragon, Daffodils and Rocking Horseflies. Animated dew drops and spider webs have also been added around the White Rose.

* The Caterpillar’s smoke letters animation has been updated. The Alice figure from the Mickey Mouse Revue that cameoed in this scene has been removed.

* The first Cheshire Cat figure in Tulgey Wood (which lit from the inside) has been replaced by a new one which is able to disappear. A new Alice figure shares the scene with him, and audio directly from the film (“Oh, wait! Don’t go! Please!”) has been added.

* Animated paint splatters have been added to the “Painting the Roses Red” sequence.

* The animated screen featuring the hedgehog has been completely redone. Instead of spinning around in a black void, he now has rose bushes he crashes into.

* The jury room scene features several new effects. Card soldiers flying into the air behind the courtroom have been added as well as two animated soldiers who poke at you with their spears as you race towards the first set of doors. These doors were originally painted to look like soldiers in your way. Now they’ve been painted to look like jury room doors. The second set of doors (also originally soldiers) has been removed, and the third set that leads you outside has been repainted to look like the purple smoke tunnel from the climax.

* The outdoor transition has added Wonderland foliage (both on the second floor and on the ground floor by the queue) and Mad Tea Party-style trimmings while simultaneously getting rid of the outer railing that had been temporarily installed.

* The smoke tunnel scene leading to the floating Cheshire Cat head has been replaced by animated stacks of tea pots and dishes leading to film footage of the pots dancing and whistling.

* Alice has been added to the Mad Tea Party scene along with original film audio (“Why, then, today’s my unbirthday, too!”).  Animated effects have also been added to the exploding unbirthday cake.

On top of all that, many of the figures on the attraction have gotten new paint jobs (some of which, like the Cheshire Cat before the maze scene, are actually more film accurate, now). The audio seems to have been remixed and/or remastered as there’s clearer separation between the different elements in addition to the added Beaumont lines from the film.

Wally Boag is a classic!