Communicore Weekly – Matterhorn, Flip Books, Boardwalk, UK Pavilion

Written by Jeff Heimbuch. Posted in Communicore Weekly, Disney, Disney History, Disney Parks, Disneyland Resort, Features, Fun, Podcasts, Videos, Walt Disney World

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Published on January 15, 2013 at 3:44 pm with 6 Comments

Welcome to this week’s Communicore Weekly,  where we talk about the Matterhorn, Sketch Books, Boardwalk, and the UK Pavilion!

DISNEY HISTORY! – Brave the icy slopes of the Matterhorn as we learn all about it in this week’s History segment!

BOOK OF THE WEEK! – George looks at the latest title from Disney Publishing (which probably is the longest title in the world), “Walt Disney Animation Studios The Archive Series: Walt Disney’s Nine Old Men: The Flipbooks

IMPROMPTU UNITED KINGDOM PAVILION PHONE BOOTH DISNEY TRIVIA! – Join us as we debut a BRAND NEW SEGMENT in what is sure to become the Disney Community’s favorite new game show!

FIVE LEGGED GOAT! -  Visit the Boardwalk at Walt Disney World to find this week’s Five Legged Goat!

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Music by Steve Williard and Andrew Taylor from Amplify This Music

Well folks, what did you think of the show?! Leave us comments below.


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About Jeff Heimbuch

Jeff has been in love with all things Disney since a very early age. He writes From The Mouth Of The Mouse and The 626 every week for MiceChat. He also collaborates on The Disney Review every weekend. Aside from that, he is one half of the devastatingly good looking duo of the weekly vid/podcast Communicore Weekly (the other half being fellow MiceChat columnist George Taylor), which you can find at Jeff is also writing a book with former Imagineer and Disney Legend, Rolly Crump. You can find out more about the book at

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  • whitestrat

    Guys, I absolutely love the show, always!

    That UK phone booth thing was brilliant! :)
    At first I thought the person “answring the phone” was just George, but when I realized it was real, I couldn’t stop laughing! (it was real right?) :) You guys are the best, thanks so much for your efforts!

    • Jeff Heimbuch

      Oh, it was real alright!

      Thanks for listening!!

  • whitestrat

    That is so fantastic!!

    That guy’s voice couldn’t have been better either. He was the perfect “hapless victim”

    Well done!

  • agent321

    Bigger on the OUTSIDE! Genius! Daleks in MK Tomorrowland? TardisPoint in DL Fantasyland? I wonder if Mickey is a timelord…

    • George Taylor

      That’s a really good question!

      We need to do a Communicore Weekly investigative series.

  • DisDancerina

    Oh my lanta… This is such a great episode.

    The phonebooth trivia made me laugh really hard. When I get bored, I’ll call those phone booths and mess around with people and sometimes be a disney character (usually looking for Alice, Mary Poppins, or the Darlings) and it is SO much fun. :)