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MiceChatter: Pottermania, Lion King, Phineas & Ferb

Rating: 2 votes, 3.00 average.
by , 07-13-2011 at 08:40 PM

Shouting a big hey howdy hey to all of our readers. Hope your summer is going well. Ours has been a whirlwind of new attractions and excitement. SAMLAND is on summer vacation today and our new video columnist, Sarah of the MiceChatter blog on YouTube, is filling in today to help keep you entertained.

A couple of notes. First, the mention of Festival of the Lion King at Animal Kingdom being new was a bit of a slip up. We were inspired by a review in this week's Orlando Parkhopper of the Lion King show. Second, don't forget to subscribe to the MiceTube channel on YouTube. Just click the MiceTube link here and then the big subscribe button at the top of the page and you'll be automatically entered to win an Amazon gift card. We'll be announcing the winners next week!

Now that the video is up for your enjoyment, Sarah is off to enjoy the Harry Potter convention in Orlando, Florida. Send her some love in the comments below and leave your requests for what you'd like to see her cover in the weeks to come.

Have a great week everyone!

- Dusty

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  1. Dustysage's Avatar
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    Thank you Sarah. Loved it. Looking forward to hearing more from your road trip.

    Totally agree with you about the Forbidden Journey of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure. It is hands down the best themed attraction in the world. Disney's got a lot of catching up to do.
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    Will be seeing the FJoHP later this year, and from all descriptions, it sounds like current pinnacle in themed attractions, but I disagree that Disney has a *lot* of catching up to do. From even reports here, Disney knew about the Kuka robotic arms early. Their misjudgement IMHO was that Kuka would sign an exclusive theme-park use agreement and that the other robotics manufacturers wouldn't catch up more quickly. If desired and if a particular story/ride called for it and if there was sufficient funding (yes, I know that those are not gimme's), I think that it would be relatively easy for WDC to create such a ride. (i.e. not much harder than any other e-ticket attraction; still a big endeavor!)
  3. fravitmonk's Avatar
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    sarah is pretty dang cool.