Communicore Weekly – Toy Story, Jim Henson, Whispering Canyon, Muppets

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

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Published on February 19, 2013 at 11:05 am with 3 Comments

Welcome to this week’s Communicore Weekly, where we talk about Toy Story, Jim Henson, Whispering Canyon, and Muppets 4D!

DISNEY HISTORY! – Toy Story is one of the greatest film series of all time. We explore it’s origins in this week’s history segment!

BOOK OF THE WEEK! –  George looks at Jim Henson: The Works – The Art, the Magic, the Imagination by Christopher Finch!

FOOD RAPPORT! – New Segment! We talk about Whispering Canyon Cafe, and why it’s awesome.

FIVE LEGGED GOAT! – And finally, MuppetVision 4D hides this weeks Five Legged Goat!

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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 www.communicoreweekly.com Jeff is also writing a book with former Imagineer and Disney Legend, Rolly Crump. You can find out more about the book at www.itskindofacutestory.com

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  1. Thank you guys! Fun, fun fun!

    Whispering Canyon is going to be more popular than ever after this.

  2. Always enjoy watchening, guys.

  3. I can’t find it at the moment (lots of references to it, but not the video itself), though I’m sure it must be out there somewhere, but there was something you misseninged in the Toy Story well, story. One of the things Pixar did to help get Tom Hanks on board with the project (in addition to the script) was to animate part of a scene from Turner and Hooch with Woody. It wasn’t a detailed scene, it was just Woody on a white background, but he was acting out the scene from T&H with Hanks’ voice. It was one of the tipping points to get things rolling in the right direction.

    I remember the lady from whispering canyon in the picture with you, she wasn’t our waitress, but she had the loudest voice. Two favorite bits were when there was the crash of a broken dish from the kitchen and she yells out “JOB OPENING!” and another was a different waitress, but someone at another table had asked for a small orange juice, so the glass they brought out for him was maybe 2-3″ tall and held a swallow of juice if that. “That’s what ya said ya wanted, ain’t it?”

    I enjoyed watchening this week, too!

    Dave