You can find really cool concept art for Dick Tracy's Crime Stoppers. Imagine BLAB but in old cars and you're shooting crooks. It was going to be an E Ticket addition to a land inbetween Tomorroland and Main St. Unfortunitly the film didn't do as well as they hoped and all effort in the early nineties went to the goldmine that was Roger Rabbit... good thing that fad lasted...
“Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.” ~ Mel Brooks
I'd like the Danny Elfman score in the Hollywood Pictures Backlot area.
Something tells me I've heard the montage music (on the CD but replaced by a Madonna song in the film) played at one point there.
This might have been a lot more relevant when the movie came out (approaching 20 years ago), but Disney did nothing to market the film or characters after the movie left theaters (with a respectable $100m+ at the box office). Even the DVD was very stripped down.
Why I like the idea of Dick Tracy is that it's a real life adventure, based on American history coupled with fanciful characters. I love that they in essence are the PotC pirates for the 30's. Which is a time period that Walt never had a chance to explore. If we look back at some of the movies like "Never a Dull Moment" gangsters can be very "tongue in cheek". The freshness of the Idea is what really draws me in.