Life Is Awesome: A TRONORAIL Toy Exists In Our World

One of the most nifty pieces of TRON: Legacy advertising last year was the TRONorail, the Tron makeover given to their Monorail in Walt Disney World. I remember thinking how I wish they would keep it like that forever. Now, word has just come in that the Tronorail is, in fact, just that! The Tronorail […]

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The DREAMFINDER Returns

Well, don’t get TOO excited. He’s not back in EPCOT… but… For one night only, the beloved Dreamfinder character returned to Walt Disney World after years of absence from his home at EPCOT. He appeared on stage at D23’s Destination D: Walt Disney World event as part of the finale concert, which starred songwriter Richard […]

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Take A Trip Back To Disney’s ‘Magic Journeys’

Long ago, in a time even before the first showing of Captain EO… there was MAGIC JOURNEYS. On October 1, 1982, Magic Journeys premiered as one of the opening-day attractions at the Journey Into Imagination pavilion in Walt Disney World’s EPCOT Center. It was directed by Murray Lerner and featured a song composed by Robert […]

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EPCOT Center’s Lost Forest

Progress City USA has a look at a lost concept for EPCOT’s Canada Pavilion – giant trees which were actually in production and half constructed before being scrapped! Also – Speaking of EPCOT, here’s a few time portals back to 1983 and 1984 showing the then one year old park where Horizons, World of Motion, […]

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Walt’s Vision of EPCOT Becoming Reality…in Dubai :(

From The Disney Blog – The original idea Walt Disney had for his Florida project was to create a whole new type of city. A place that would be on the cutting edge for environmentally friendly technology, mass transit and urban planning. While the Disney company did eventually build the community of Celebration, it didn’t […]

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