Season Pass Podcast: The Making of Carthay Circle and Harry Potter Tour

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Published on August 25, 2013 at 2:01 am with 2 Comments

Walt Disney Imagineering and Harry Potter!  What more could you ask for? The TSPP team discusses Carthay Circle Restaurant with Ray Spencer (Creative Director at Walt Disney Imagineering).  Also a conversation with Sarah Roots (Vice President of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London) & Craig Hanna (CCO of Thinkwell) on the Making of Harry Potter Movie Experience at the Warner Bros.Studio Tour in London.  Tons of goofy discussion and plenty of talk about the Themed Entertainment Association.

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About Doug Barnes

Doug Barnes is a Life Long Fan of Theme Parks and Roller Coasters as well as a fan of Podcasting. Doug has spent his entire life living and meandering under the California sky; regularly attending many parks including Disneyland, DCA, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (AKA-Marine World), California's Great America (AKA-PGA), and more. Doug has toured all over the country in search of Great Themed Recreational Fun including Florida, Ohio, Texas, Nevada, Indiana, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Missouri & more. Aside from his duties as master of ceremonies for the MiceChat Podcast, Doug owns the critically acclaimed Season Pass Podcast:

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    What is the Statue of Liberty without her illuminated torch in hand? That’s how I feel about the Carthay Circle Theater without her neon illuminated sign on the roof, which could have really made a difference. Walt would have noticed details like that which he had experienced there at the theater, when they both arrived about the same time in California.

    • Wow! That’s a great point! Never even occured to me. Thanks for the realization. Looks like I have a some questions to ask next time I’m at the park. 😉

      Thanks Again!