Ok well, enough of the DVD. How about the event? I thought that it went rather smooth. The only thing I didn't care for (and I'm thinking in Disney's best interests here) is that we got slips of paper to get signed without needing to open the dvd. Was this to make things go quicker without requiring the guest to open it all up?
Either way, I don't care anymore but it really doesn't make sense to do that since anyone could just return the unopened dvd now and keep the autographs. If disney wanted to ensure that sales for the dvd stayed unreturned, then we should of opened it up for the signatures.
I snapped a few photos of the event so people can see....
There was only a small queue outside Disneyanna to buy the dvds but it only meant that the line outside the Cinema was getting longer and longer. Guests were allowed to buy either the dvd or whatever imagineer books were on sale. Limit 2 autographs per person, and no personal items.
Here's the line for the Cinema right after 8am.
Looking the other way...
Great thing here was that the signing wasn't scheduled until 9, but they went ahead and started closer to 8:45 / 8:50! Great indeed!
Inside the cinema
Tony Baxter was first
Then David Fisher, the host of the dvd (sorta)
and Michael Sprout