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WDW Update: "ESPN The Weekend" Photos and Video, Production Update: Magic Kingdom Parade DVD Vol 2

Hi everyone!

Denise from Mousesteps spent Sunday at ESPN The Weekend! She shares some of her thoughts and photos with my readers.

I’d never been to ESPN The Weekend before – I actually didn’t realize it was held at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (how that got past me, I have no idea!) I originally planned to go on Friday, but ended up having to switch to Sunday. The day started out overcast and rainy, but it ended up being a great day to enjoy the event once the cold front came through. The Sorcerers Hat sets the stage for conversations after the motorcade – but is also used for live broadcasting. Below, the Sorcerer Hat gets the ESPN treatment.

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Tony Dorsett and Minnie Mouse wave to the crowd (below, left). Curt Schilling shares a car with Goofy (below, right).

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Adventurers Club fans might spot Hathaway Brown (below, left). Broadcasting was done with the backs to the crowd  (below, right).

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Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer (below, left) during a conversation under the Sorcerer Hat. Scottie Pippen (below right) was in a later motorcade and star conversation.

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Shane Victorino being interviewed for Baseball Today (below, left). The entrance to the ESPN Zone near the Rock and Roller Coaster (below, right).

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The Tower of Terror looms over the Powerade van (below, left). Guests trying their hand at basketball (below, right).

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The games in the ESPN Zone looked like a lot of fun – and it was interesting to see the variety of athletes. This event is similarly done to the former Super Soap Weekend.

Bonus Video:

Production Update:

I am within days of releasing my next DVD, featuring more great Magic Kingdom Parades! The new disc will feature the following: Disney Dreams Come True Parade (2008), Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade (2009), Move It! Shake It! Celebrate It! Street Party and a special Bonus, SpectroMagic! Nighttime Parade (2006)! I hope to have this all-new title released by the end of the week!

Latest DVD Releases:

magic-kingdom-parade-classics-copyJeff Lange’s Magic Kingdom Parade Classics

Jeff Lange takes you back in time to experience this first in a series of DVDs featuring vintage parades from Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom!

Features the following classic parades: “Surprise Celebration Parade” (1991), “Mickey Mania Parade” (1994), “Remember The Magic Parade” (1996) and “Share A Dream Come True Parade” (2001)!

Running Time: 61 Min

For more information or

to purchase this item, please click HERE.

Also available:

magic-kingdom-wishes-cover1Jeff Lange’s Magic Kingdom Wishes DVD

Jeff Lange takes you to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom to experience the best of all the “Wishes” nighttime fireworks spectaculars!

Features: Wishes – A Magical Gathering of Disney Dreams, Happy HalloWishes Fireworks, Holiday Wishes – Celebrate The Spirit of the Season plus Bonus: Magic, Music & Mayhem Fireworks!

Running Time: 61 Min

For more information or to purchase this item, please click HERE.

Click here to browse the JeffLangeDVD store.

Also available:

horizons-3-disc-coverJeff Lange Remembers: Epcot’s Horizons – 10 Years Later – Updated 3-Disc Set

Epcot’s “Horizons” closed forever on January 9th, 1999. This updated 3-Disc Set pays tribute to the beloved Future World attraction and it’s replacement “Mission Space”!

Total Running Time (3-Discs): 190 Min

For more information or to purchase this item, please click HERE.

For those customers who already own the “Horizons 2-Disc Set”, we offer an upgrade package HERE!

Click HERE to browse all Epcot DVDs including the 25th Anniversary series!

As always, if you want to request a future DVD idea, Photo Memory topic or comment on anything, just drop me a line at suggestions@JeffLangeDVD.com.