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Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival 2010: Part Two, World Showcase – Photos and Video

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Here is the second part of our Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival update. A few days ago I posted photos of Future World from opening day, and we went back twice over the past few days to get pictures from World Showcase (as well as the Festival Center). You can see Spaceship Earth (below, left) beyond one of the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival signs. A windmill (below, right) helps complete the Mickey and Minnie topiary set at the front of World Showcase (below, right).

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Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival 2010: Opening Day Part One, Future World – Photos and Video

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Today was the first official day of the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, and Disney did a great job! We have some possible frost coming in the next couple of days, so hopefully the topiaries and flowers hold up well. Donald, Goofy and Daisy enjoy the great outdoors (below, left) as Pluto looks over the “Welcome to the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, Celebrate the Great Outdoors” sign.

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Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival 2010 Final Preparations Before Opening – Photos and Video

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Epcot is looking great for the start of tomorrow’s Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival! A totally new topiary display has been put up to promote the upcoming film “Oceans” (below left and right), with the beautiful backdrop of Spaceship Earth.

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ESPN The Weekend 2010 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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I had the opportunity to go to my first ESPN The Weekend event, it was really a great time! The theming starts from the time you arrive (below, left) and the stage in front of the sorcerer hat holds a variety of events during the weekend (below, right).

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Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival 2010 Latest Preparations, Holiday Inn Re-Opens, Fort Wilderness Rehab and Four Seasons Construction

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Epcot is full steam ahead with preparations for it’s International Flower and Garden Festival. The movie “Oceans” (below, left) by DisneyNature is represented just as the film “Earth” was last year. Keep checking back for what Disney has in store for the Ocean’s display! Mickey and Minnie Mouse are now part of two topiaries, one being at the America Adventure Pavilion, and this one at the entrance to World Showcase (below, right).

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Magic Kingdom Update, Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival 2010 Preparations – Photos and Video

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Both the Magic Kingdom and Epcot are in the midst of changes. Last week was very busy, this week has been lighter in crowds (below, left). The Plaza Restaurant has a full facade that looks great from a distance (below, right).

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Buy it Now – Jeff Lange Remembers Disneyland’s Light Magic (Includes: One Man’s Dream Show)

Jeff Lange brings you vintage footage from two completely different but unique elements of Disneyland history! Light Magic replaced the popular Main Street Electrical Parade, but ended after only 4 months in 1997. One Man’s Dream was a beloved stage show that also ran for 4 months in 1990 before making way for Dick Tracy’s Diamond Double Cross.

Two different vantage points – from the Small World mall and Main Street USA – give you a complete look at Light Magic. Opening on May 23rd, 1997 with four battery powered floats and 125 performers, Light Magic was billed as a “Streetacular” instead of a parade due to the two performance zones. The buildings on Main Street USA were enhanced with fiber optics created for Light Magic and lighting towers were added to the Small World mall (those still are used to this day). The soundtrack was a mix of both classic Disney songs and new music written specifically for Light Magic, the infectious “Dream our Dreams”. There is even a salute to the Main Street Electrical Parade, “Baroque Hoedown”.

The first complete Light Magic recording is shot from the Small World mall, recorded under a speaker for optimum clarity. Characters such as Chip and Dale, Goofy, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Roger Rabbit and Rafiki appear in their pajamas alongside pixies who dance to Celtic music. The performance includes audience interaction, fiber optic and smoke effects, and concludes with a bast of colorful confetti.

The second Light Magic recording is shot from Main Street USA, with a similar assortment of characters and pixies, and includes a perfect view of the screen that features Disney animated characters with corresponding music.

One Man’s Dream celebrated the remarkable imagination of Walt Disney, in an incredible stage show which begins in black and white and soon turns to color before your eyes! The setting was Videopolis, a teen dance venue which was turned into a stage for this Tokyo Disney-inspired show. Impressive sets and a cast of 40 bring movies such as Peter Pan and The Jungle Book to life, adding characters such as The Three Little Pigs, Pinocchio, Goofy and Pluto into a variety of dance sequences. You’ll see Peter and Wendy fly, and behold a beautiful dance sequence with Snow  White, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and their princes. Mickey and Minnie open the One Man’s Dream show simply, and the presentation unfolds in front of you – building into a grand “H00ray for Hollywood” climax, and ending with an explosion of fireworks. This is a show not to be missed!

Relive the magic year after year or experience it for the first time by purchasing a copy of “Jeff Lange Remembers Disneyland’s Light Magic”.

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