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Episode 836 - Listener Questions

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Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Len Testa & Mike Scopa


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Running Time: 29:27

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Episode 836 - Listener Questions
Authored by: chopsva on Wednesday, February 09 2011 @ 08:52 AM CST
Undiscovered Future World is a neat tour. You will get to see the upper half of the Immagination Pavilion and other areas of the other pavilions!
If see back stage is what you want, go ahead and take this tour.
Episode 836 - Listener Questions
Authored by: clarinetbiter135 on Wednesday, February 09 2011 @ 01:34 PM CST
random question -- what was the music playing at the end? it's so familiar but my mind is going blank as to what it is....
Episode 836 - Listener Questions
Authored by: Boots on Friday, February 11 2011 @ 07:32 AM CST
Thanks so much for answering my question about the no expiration ticket! I actually bought the ticket in July before prices went up, and using Undercover Tourist (thank you touring plans for this suggestion) I bought it for $490, bringing my cost per-day at Disney (with park-hopping) down to less than $50...what a deal! Also thanks for the idea of photocopying the back. ~Betsy from B-more
It's Crazy Larry here!!
Authored by: Mike Newell on Saturday, February 12 2011 @ 10:18 PM CST
From the Space Mountain page at: Ultimateorlando.com


This preshow, called the Space Mountain TV (SMTV), is an ostensible broadcast from the future, mainly a news program interspersed with comical commercials. Some of these commercials are for actual products, such as the space-themed Fed-Ex ones - they are the sponsor after all. Three notable things about the video: Charles Fleischer - the voice of Roger Rabbitt - is a used satellite dealer in one commercial (Crazy Larry); there is a hidden Mickey-shape in a different satellite commercial (mouse ears on satellite provide for communication with earth); and the liftoff sequence on one video is pulled directly from the liftoff video seen in the former Disney attraction "Mission to Mars." Watch also for the video scenes lifted from Disney's movie "The Black Hole" and from the movie "Tron."

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