Communicore Weekly – Progressland, Joyland, The Pirate Fairy, Wooden Leg

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

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Published on April 15, 2014 at 12:01 am with 5 Comments

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Welcome to this week’s Communicore Weekly, where we talk about Progressland, Joyland, The Pirate Fairy, and a Wooden Leg!

  • WORLD’S FAIR! – Jeff and George continue their look at the 1964 1965 New York World’s Fair by talking about Progressland in the World’s Fair Segment!
  • BOOK OF THE WEEK! – George ventures outside his comfort zone as he explores Joyland (Hard Case Crime) for his Book of the Week!
  • 60 SECOND REVIEW!  – Jeff and George review The Pirate Fairy (Blu-ray / DVD + Digital Copy) for the 60 Second Review!
  • FIVE LEGGED GOAT! - And finally, a man with a wooden leg named Smith is 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. Hey guys, great show as always! Unfortunately, the wooden leg named Smith in the MK Frontierland station is gone. About 2 years ago they did a prop refresh, removing everythere that was there and starting new. Smith didn’t make it back!

    • Thanks for watching! :)
      Funny you say that, because we JUST got a message saying someone just saw it. Too many conflicting reports! Me thinks a research trip is the only way to solve this mystery ;)

      • It’s always possible it was recently replaced! I haven’t looked in a couple months.

  2. Oh gosh! I don’t know my Peter Pan history!! :( Who’s James?

    • If you think about it, you may be….hooked…on the answer. :)