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thanks for posting this! I see me and my two girls in the front! At the beginning, when the camera pans to the left and some of the audience - there is a lady with short dark brown hair and has her legs out, not crossed but bent with her hands clasped on her knees and two girls with short hair one on each side - oh my goodness!!!!! We are in the front corner - I just showed my daughter, LOL she says 'how stupid!!!!' and laughed - I just noticed, I had a white tshirt on, my youngest had a pink tshirt on and my other daughter had a blue or purplish t shirt on
I loved this show as well. I just saw a video of Disney-MGM's version, that was amazing as well.
To answer thrax's question, there was a different management and target for the big boys back then. They were focusing on big shows and parades and less on rides. Which is how we came to be with such greats as Mulan parade, Hercules parade, Festival of Fools, Light Magic (?). Spending more time, money, and effort on these types of attractions. I think Anne Hamburger was involved. Correct me if I'm wrong about any of this.
EDIT: Forgot to mention, I was wondering if Wild West stunt show could be possible for this in-the-round theater.
Last edited by filmfreak11; 02-11-2007 at 06:26 PM.
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