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    Quote Originally Posted by Reaver
    I hope not. I loved the originals.

    I think Steve Martin gets the most respect of any of his previous SNL crew. He's certainly has more success, and can play a wider range of parts. I still love him in Little Shop of Horrors! He was my favorite host, along with Jones, in Fantasia 2000. I'd love to see him do more Disney stuff in the future...
    Steve Martin was never an official cast member of SNL. But he was always on and always funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retlaw Yensid
    Steve Martin was never an official cast member of SNL. But he was always on and always funny.
    True, and good point. I always think he is because he was on the show so much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyphile
    I think it was Michelle Pfeifer who also worked as a princess at one point. It'd be cool to have her host as well.
    Or Kevin Costner who played prince charming and married his Snow White (then divorced her)
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    Courtney Love worked the Candy Cane Motel, she'd be great in the film. :devil:
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    Here's the latest info on this- straight from the horses mouth:

    http://www.micechat.com/showthread.p...4070#post84070
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    They showed a clip of this film with Steve Martain and Danold on a Special episode of "extra" called "extra at Disneyland". It looked very entertaining!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squinky
    This reminds me of that bread thing over at DCA.

    Hey, check it out! We're B-list celebrities and here's a movie!
    huh?? over a billion in movie sales, gold albums, books, articles for the New Yorker, producer writer. Dude is legendary :devil:
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    And my birthday is the same day as his!
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    Plus he has a lucrative production deal with touchstone ( a division of disney) with at least one of his films in production. Also, his most recent success was a touchstone film- ever notice how people who find sucess with Disney tend to stick with them? (Owen Wilson, Nic Cage, Lindsey Lohan, Jackie Chan, Kyrt Russell, just to name a few)
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    Found this on Steve Martin's bio at imdb.com:

    Once had a job at Disneyland in the Magic Shop on Main Street, USA. He also worked for neighboring amusement park Knott's Berry Farm as a comedian in their "Birdcage Theatre". It was during these jobs that he honed his skills in live performance, such as improv comedy, banjo playing, juggling, and lassoing.

    Contrary to popular belief, Martin was never a cast member on "Saturday Night Live" (1975). However, he holds the records for guest appearances (25) on the show (followed closely by Buck Henry), hosting (at 13 times, he sets the standard for the SNL "Five Timers Club"), and hosting in a single season (3). He is also the only person to have hosted a season premiere, a season finale, and a Christmas show.
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    Does this attraction open on the 5th? If not, when?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jepple
    Does this attraction open on the 5th? If not, when?
    It's supposed to open on the 5th. From what I've seen there haven't been any delays, so it should be ready.

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    I could have sworn I saw Steve Martin working in the Fantansyland Magic store when I was a kid. Might be my imagination, or it could just be he worked both Magic stores and they don't like to talk about the one they took out.

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    I'm just glad that Donald is getting some respect now too. Let's not forget about the 'legendary' duck!!!


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