Mouse Lounge Podcast
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This week, the Mouse Lounge finds some fun in Fantasyland. Also onthe show, a full docket of Disney News from departments Entertainment, Theme Parks East, Theme Parks West, and Business.
The Mouse Lounge kicks off a new segment this week, Get to know theDisney Podcasters. We have a seat in the lounge this week with thatdouble trouble duo talking Disney, from Mouse Guest Weekly, Dan andEric.
From the Disney Family Museum: Walt talks about his definition ofhappiness. Whom he envied may surprise you.
Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disneyfilm, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. Here from Disneyland Records DQ-1342, The Mouse Factory we listen to TheDonald Duck Song and Uncle Scrooges his Rocket to the Moon.
Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East or a Disney Park West. As homage to the recently passed Ollie Johnston whom, as you hear later in the show, was a backyardrailroader we present the Casey Junior Circus Train in Walts Original Magic Kingdom.
We close this weeks show with a tribute to Ollie Johnston. From theDisney Family Album and other documentaries we hear Ollie tell hisstory in his own words. Listen then to master animator Glenn Keane as he discusses Ollie's drawings and the inspiration for his style before Snow White. Lastly we hear some final thoughts from Ollie from his last interview in July, 2005. Thanks Ollie.
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