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JeffLangeDVD Travel Update, Epcot's 26th Anniversary, NFFC Florida Convention, Halloween at Walt Disney World and more.

Hi Everyone!

This week I will be traveling back to Walt Disney World for a very busy week of activities. Highlights include the NFFC Florida Convention which will also include the NFFC World Chapter Meeting and a special Adventurers Club event as well as Epcot’s 26th Anniversary and maybe some Halloween fun!

Epcot’s 26th Anniversary:

I will start my trip by visiting Epcot for it’s 26th anniversary on October 1st! It will be interesting to contrast what will be a low-key day this year to the 25th celebration from one year ago. I had a great time last year reminiscing about Epcot’s past and enjoying an unforgettable day!

Epcot’s 25th Anniversary DVDs – Available Now:

Celebrate Epcot’s 26th Anniversary with these great Epcot DVD Titles!

Click HERE for more information or to purchase any of these Epcot’s 25th Anniversary Collectors Edition DVDs.

NFFC Florida Convention:

Look here next week for an update on the NFFC event, including the Adventurers Club dinner! The NFFC Florida Convention will be held at the Regal Sun Resort from October 3rd – 8th, 2008. If you are attending the show and sale on October 8th, please stop by and say hello (click HERE for a flyer with a $1.00 off coupon). I look forward to meeting everyone! For more information about the NFFC please click HERE.

Halloween at Walt Disney World:

I hope to conclude this visit to central Florida with some Halloween fun. If I have the time, I would like to attend another Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and record more of the holiday decor around the parks and resorts. Be sure to check out my latest release: Jeff Lange’s Trick or Treat 5 (Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2008).

As always, while I am traveling you will still receive the same level of quality service and guarenteed 24 hr shipping you have come to expect from JeffLangeDVD. 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.

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A last look at Pleasure Island's Adventurers Club: 1989 – 2008

Hi everyone!

Earlier this month, I made my final trip to the Adventurers Club in it’s current form. Disney announced in June that Pleasure Island would close all of it’s clubs at the end of the evening on September 27th, 2008. That said, I am very excited that I am part of the NFFC group that will be enjoying an evening at this wonderful club in early October!

I am grateful to have enjoyed one last night at the Club before it closes to the public. Both Pleasure Island and the Adventurers Club have changed so much over the years I’ve visited! The best thing about my last AC visit was that it included some of the original actors, which gave it a wonderful feel of previous years!

I’ve been reminiscing lately about the 19 years I’ve enjoyed at the Adventurers Club. There is so much history! What I did miss – but my friend Jim Hill didn’t – was on occasion, Graves (the Adventurers Club butler) would welcome guests back to the club before informing them that in their absence, he was collecting their mail. Graves would then lower a platter for a guest to take an envelope, which the guest would open and read.

I always thought that this was a wonderful, interactive touch! And while remembering this past history of the Club, it reminded me that Jim had once given me an assortment of these sealed envelopes to keep in my personal archives. Today I discovered these letters and finally opened them! I am very happy to be sharing these letters – until now unread by me – with you.

Below is an example of one of these these letters. To view all the letters and more of my vintage Adventurers Club artifacts, please visit partner site Mousesteps.

To listen to Mr. Hill tell the full story of these letters and more about Pleasure Island’s history, please click HERE: (The Magical Definition Podcast – Pleasure Island Episode). Also please visit Jim Hill Media for more backstory on these vintage Adventurers Club artifacts!

NFFC Florida Convention:

This year’s 3rd Annual NFFC Florida Convention may possibly the very last chance Disneyana fans will get to experience the Adventurers Club. The NFFC bids a fond farewell to this one-of-a kind Disney venue with a special event that promises to be a full evening featuring a buffet dinner, one of a kind in-depth tour of the Adventurer’s Club, and some very special entertainment! The NFFC convention takes place at the Regal Sun Resort (formerly the Grosvenor Resort Walt Disney World) in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The dates are October 3rd through October 5th, 2008. See you there!

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.

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Trick or Treat 5 (Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2008) Bonus while supplies last.

As a special thank you to those that order Jeff Lange’s Trick or Treat 5 DVD direct from this site, we are including the following as a free bonus while supplies last.

This was the Boo! What? Where? When? Party Guide Map given out at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. It makes an ideal companion to the new DVD.

For more details on purchasing this title, click HERE.

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Jeff Lange's Trick or Treat 5 (Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, 2008 Edition) DVD

Jeff Lange’s Trick or Treat 5 (Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, 2008 Edition) DVD

20 September 2008

Jeff Lange’s Trick or Treat 5 DVD Released Today.

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Windsor, Conn. (September 20th, 2008) -Today, JeffLangeDVD have released their latest title, Jeff Lange’s Trick or Treat 5 (Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, 2008 Edition) DVD.

Jeff Lange presents this all-new DVD from the 2008 Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World!

Not So Scary Entrance Scenes

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the party as you enter the Magic Kingdom! Fog, lights, music and Halloween decor surround you from the moment you arrive.

Alice & Mad Hatters Treat Party

Join Alice and her friends from Wonderland as they greet you on this treat trail of candy and characters!

Headless Horseman

You’ll hear the sounds of hooves slapping the ground, getting closer and closer until the Headless Horseman gallops past you and into the night!

Mickey’s Boo-to-You Parade

Mickey and friends, Captain Jack, and all of your favorite characters welcome you to this Not-So-Scary treat! From the infectious strains of “Boo to You” to the sparks of shovels on pavement, you’ll want to enjoy this parade for years to come!

Happy HalloWishes Fireworks

Take a dash of “Grim Grinning Ghosts”, along with a fun mix of “Scary-Oke” and you’ve got an incredible musical backdrop to the most awaited fireworks show of the year!

Villains Mix and Mingle

Malificent hosts this energetic stage show, which includes villains from a wide variety of Disney films! From Cruella to Captain Hook, they dance and sing their way to an explosive finale.

Trick or Treating

Colllect candy as you visit Adventureland and encounter a giant sized Timon and Pumba! Next, you’ll storm Captain Hook and Mr. Smee’s Treasure Treats. Finally, visit Mickey decked out in his resplendent new Halloween finery at Mickey’s Toontown Fair!

Haunted Mansion at Midnight

As the clock strikes 12, you will encounter Madame Carlotta at the entrance of this recently upgraded attraction. All 999 happy haunts are here to welcome you! There’s no turning back now…

Haunted Exit Scenes

As the party draws to a close, you’ll encounter a nearly-empty Main Street. Lights and displays will seem just a little spookier as your Not-So-Scary experience concludes

Hop in your Doom Buggy and let Jeff Lange be your ultimate Ghost Host with Trick or Treat 5!

Total Running Time: 66 Min

For more details on purchasing this title, click HERE.

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Buy it Now – Jeff Lange's Trick or Treat 5: Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party 2008

Jeff Lange presents this all-new DVD from the 2008 Mickey’s Not-So-Scary  Halloween Party at Walt Disney World!

Not So Scary Entrance Scenes

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere  of the party as you enter the Magic Kingdom! Fog, lights, music and  Halloween decor surround you from the moment you arrive.

Alice & Mad Hatters Treat Party

Join Alice and her friends from  Wonderland as they greet you on this treat trail of candy and characters!

Headless Horseman

You’ll hear the sounds of hooves slapping the ground, getting closer and closer until the Headless Horseman gallops  past you and into the night!

Mickey’s Boo-to-You Parade

Mickey and friends, Captain Jack, and all  of your favorite characters welcome you to this Not-So-Scary treat! From  the infectious strains of “Boo to You” to the sparks of shovels on pavement, you’ll want to enjoy this parade for years to come!

Happy HalloWishes Fireworks

Take a dash of “Grim Grinning Ghosts”,  along with a fun mix of “Scary-Oke” and you’ve got an incredible musical  backdrop to the most awaited fireworks show of the year!

Villains Mix and Mingle

Malificent hosts this energetic stage show, which includes villains from a wide variety of Disney films! From Cruella  to Captain Hook, they dance and sing their way to an explosive finale.

Trick or Treating

Colllect candy as you visit Adventureland and encounter a giant sized Timon and Pumba! Next, you’ll storm Captain  Hook and Mr. Smee’s Treasure Treats. Finally, visit Mickey decked out in  his resplendent new Halloween finery at Mickey’s Toontown Fair!

Haunted Mansion at Midnight

As the clock strikes 12, you will encounter Madame Carlotta at the entrance of this recently upgraded attraction. All  999 happy haunts are here to welcome you! There’s no turning back now…

Haunted Exit Scenes

As the party draws to a close, you’ll encounter a nearly-empty Main Street. Lights and displays will seem just a little  spookier as your Not-So-Scary experience concludes.

Hop in your Doom Buggy and let Jeff Lange be your ultimate Ghost Host with Trick or Treat 5!

Running Time: 66 Min

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In 2009, Come to a Disney Park on Your Birthday and Get In Free!

NEW YORK (Sept. 18, 2008) – Everyone who visits a Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort theme park on their birthday in 2009 can get in free, as Disney Parks embraces a newly identified family-travel trend called “celebration vacations.”

A June 2008 survey of approximately 4,600 adults conducted by Ypartnership reveals that vacationers are increasingly motivated by events of high “personal significance” – milestone anniversaries, and birthdays, weddings and honeymoons, graduations and reunions and more. Seventy percent of respondents revealed they have taken a vacation primarily to celebrate a special occasion.

In 2009, Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts will lead this growing trend with new entertainment and services that allow guests to turn their personal milestones into magical Disney experiences.

And to kick it all off: a first-ever opportunity for guests to receive a free ticket to one of the Disney theme parks on their birthday in 2009.

“Birthdays are the one occasion that we all share every year,” said Jay Rasulo, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, at an announcement event today in New York. “We thought a free birthday ticket would be the icing on the cake as we extend this new ‘celebration vacation’ trend to Disney Parks.”

“The motivations revealed in this fascinating piece of work suggest that vacations are increasingly viewed as an appropriate way to either recognize or reward the participants for some event of great significance in their lives,” said Peter C. Yesawich, whose marketing services firm conducted the survey. “As such, we call them ‘celebration vacations’.”

Research showed that when families take that “celebration vacation” they are looking for destinations that provide activities for children and – better yet – activities that adults and children can enjoy together, Yesawich said.

“Given these findings, it’s not surprising that Disney Parks topped the list of destinations where families would most like to celebrate these special occasions,” he said.

Respondents rated these as the top destinations for a celebration: Disney theme parks (40% combined), Hawaii (18%), Florida {other than Walt Disney World Resort} (13%), Europe (13%) and the Caribbean (12%). Interestingly, respondents without children in their household mentioned Walt Disney World Resort as the preferred destination for a “celebration vacation” with a comparable frequency to those with children (33% versus 27% respectively). The same was true among respondents over 55 years of age versus those between 21 and 34 years of age (34% versus 29% respectively).

“We see our parks as the ideal setting for a personal celebration,” Rasulo said. “Guests can immerse themselves in their favorite stories and their favorite characters, creating a visit they’ll never forget.

“And when our cast members get involved, it feels as if the entire park is celebrating along with you.”

At Walt Disney World Resort, guests can add on to the fun, choosing from more than 200 experiences ranging from breathtaking (magical fireworks cruises, sunrise safaris, diving the depths with undersea creatures) to mirth-making (Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, character dining, kids’ pirate adventures). At Disneyland Resort, celebrants can book more than 50 magical experiences including “My Disneyland Birthday Party” and guided tours that reveal Walt Disney’s inspiration for Disney Parks.

With all there is to do in Disney parks, guests can tailor their celebration with favorite attractions, favorite characters and special experiences. Maybe they have a “princess” day with themed meals, shows, attractions and perfectly princess merchandise at Disneyland. Or they turn Walt Disney World “wild” with trail riding, bass fishing and parasailing.

Thanks to new Web tools, guests can discover magical experiences, unique events, dining enhancements and more. The planning tool is accessible by way of www.disneyparks.com.

Disney Parks also is presenting park experiences with memory-making in mind, including street parties in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Park, a Tomorrowland video dance party (Walt Disney World Resort), a celebration barbecue and festive birthday party (Disneyland Resort) and colorful park décor.

Disney parks are the ultimate setting for any celebration, turning a special occasion into a magical Disney experience. And with the opportunity of free admission to a Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort theme park on your birthday in 2009, it’s even more special. All it takes is a valid ID including proof of birth date. Guests can get more details and start the process by registering their birthdays at www.disneyparks.com.

Walt Disney World September Trip Update, Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Hi everyone!

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2008:

Just a quick update from Walt Disney World! I have attended the first two Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties and they were their usual great events! I always enjoy the great costumes the guests come up with but this Hat Box Ghost (below) is one of the best I have seen! Also new this year is the spooky new cast member outfits for the party.

The Magic Kingdom is lit in special mood lighting below as the Headless Horseman rides again!

One of the highlights of the night is always the Boo-to you Halloween Parade. Mickey Mouse wishes you a Happy Halloween below!

Another not to be missed feature of the event is the Happy Hallowishes fireworks spooktacular!

Be sure to check back late next week for details of my upcoming Trick or Treat 5 DVD featuring all the great events from this years party!

Trip Update:

Due to the threat of all the Hurricanes, my planned visit to the Vero Beach resort has been postponed. I have used this time to record additional footage for upcoming titles and spend some time with friends.

As always, while I am traveling you will still receive the same level of quality service and guaranteed 24 hr shipping you have come to expect from JeffLangeDVD. 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.

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