Connecting with Walt Podcast – 04/28/17

| April 28, 2017

In this episode, Michael and Craig discuss the history of  Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland!

Connecting with Walt is an “event” podcast. Several times a year, a new show will be released every Friday for an entire month. This April, expect 4 episodes of Connecting with Walt and we will be back in July with more new episodes!

Podcasts

#031 – Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland:
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Show Notes:

Mineral King – Walt Disney’s Last Lost Project

Walt Disney and the 1960 Winter Olympics

  • Since the World Began – Walt Disney World, The First 25 Years by Jeff Kurtti
  • The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World by Susan Veness
  • Walt Disney World – The First Decade by Walt Disney Productions
  • Tony Baxter: First of the Second Generation of Walt Disney Imagineers by Tim O’Brien
  • Disneyology: Dissecting Disney’s Lands: Frontierland
  • Widen Your World
  • Silive.com
  • Allears.net
  • Walt Dated World
  • Disney Park History
  • Jim Hill Media

Michael’s Disneyland History Segments

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I am Producer of The DIS Unplugged Podcast Network primarily focusing on the Disney World Edition, Universal Edition, Connecting with Walt and the Dreams Unlimited Travel Show. I make a ton of the videos you might see on our multiple YouTube channels and I am the driving force behind The DIS Universal.
  • MikeScott8

    in this I think Michael made the statement “holds the record for the longest running show” when talking about the “golden Horseshoe review” but I thought this title went to the “hoop de doo” revue, and even DIS’ own page on HDD at http://www.wdwinfo.com/columns/hoop-dee-doo-history.cfm says “The show, which is considered one of the longest, continuously running musicals in American theatre history (if not the longest), holds a special place for everyone who has seen the show.”

    so just looking to see if Michael meant long running show at Disneyland, or some other clarification. thanks.




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