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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    I know many have said it before, but "Animazement" was like "One Man's Dream" Part 2. It really is. OMD was like the 1st Walt Golden Era of Disney animation and Animazement was like the 2nd Golden Era for Disney animation.

    I loved the show as well. But now that the flaws have been mentioned, I can see why some would be disappointed and why the trio scene always gave me chills. More really COULD have been done if the show was on the level of that trio scene.

    I know DAP(sp?) posted their video of the show on youtube. I will soon enough. I think mouseinfo had pics of the Detective show. Which I did not record unfortunately but I think they also have video.

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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    I remember seeing this show, and personally, I liked it. Perhaps it didn't have a cohesive story, but it was just as entertaining as, say, Beauty and the Beast at the Disney MGM Studios. It's a Small World doesn't have a story either, but the visuals and the music suffice to create a pleasing experience. It fuffilled it's purpose, and for what it was it was well done.

    I wish I had video of this show as they had great singers and dancers.
    Here's a video:

    [GOOGLEVIDEO]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=901387311556771542[/GOOGLEVIDEO]

    And here is the complete soundtrack to the show:

    http://savefile.com/projects/808507582

    Enjoy!













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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    I thought and still think Animazement was one of the best shows Disney has ever put on and I have seen lots of them. Nothing they put on that stage has come close to the level of Animazement.

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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    Hmmm, I hear Pocahontas gasping. Could that be live singing?

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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    I can see why it would not be a big hit. Imagine if you could not decide what to serve at a party so you served burritos, hamburgers, sushi, and pizza. While any of those on their own is good, combining them all is less than anyone individually. I like the remark that the reason for the mishmash of characters was simply merchandising. When people devoid of artistic ability make decisions based on purely financial reasons, this kind of thing is going to happen and money is going to be wasted.
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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    Quote Originally Posted by JiminyCricketFan View Post
    I can see why it would not be a big hit.
    While I have no numbers to back me up, I think the show was indeed a big hit. At least every time I was there, the place was packed. And the crowd really did seem to enjoy themselves.

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    Re: June 28, 2007: Animazement - The Musical

    Quote Originally Posted by JiminyCricketFan View Post
    When people devoid of artistic ability make decisions based on purely financial reasons, this kind of thing is going to happen and money is going to be wasted.
    I think they saved money since most of the costumes and props were recycled from other shows. Beauty and the Beast, Hunchback, Pocahontas were all done before.

    Oh, I forgot to write before how I also liked the part in the show where Aladdin runs into a girl walking up the aisle, the first time you saw it it was pretty surprising.

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