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Disney Studios Wreck-It Ralph Display at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Animation Gallery Including Artwork and Maquettes – Photos and Video

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We stopped by Disney’s Hollywood Studios yesterday, and visited the Magic of Disney Animation Building to see if anything had changed. We expected the Brave art exhibit to be there, but instead found Wreck-It Ralph concept art and displays in the Production Gallery (below, left)! Ralph (below, right) spends over 30 years as a villain in a game called Fix-It Felix, but grows weary in playing the bad guy. He leaves the game, and soon ends up in other adventures. Ralph (below, right), offers Pac-Man cherries to Q*Bert characters.

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Disney’s Art of Animation Resort: Lion King Section Detailed Tour with Characters, Elephant Graveyard and More, BONUS: The Little Mermaid Section First Look – Photos and Video

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We visited Disney’s Art of Animation Resort today, to photograph the new Lion King section. This area opens to the public officially on Friday! Rafiki (below, left) stands at the beginning to the pathway which leads guests through the lush landscaping. Mufasa (below, right) is on the opposite side, looking regal as always. Please click HERE for all of our past coverage of this exciting new resort dating back to it’s beginnings as Disney’s Pop Century Legendary Years Resort.

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Fantasyland Enchanted Forest Update: Gaston and LeFou Fountain, Gaston’s Tavern, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Show Building, Storybook Circus Dumbo Photo Spot – Photos and Video

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We are always asked for Fantasyland updates, so we went to the Magic Kingdom today to find something new to bring you! We were toward the end of our day when we noticed that the statue of Gaston is in place, along with LeFou (below, right). This is to be a fountain, and it appears that Gaston is holding barrels in both hands. In the previously released concept art, it looked like he was holding a gun in one hand and a barrel in the other (Disney concept art: below, left).

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Disney’s Art of Animation Resort Lion King Section Sneak Peek, Rafiki, Timon, Pumba, Simba and Mufasa – Photos and Video

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We stopped by Disney’s Art of Animation Resort yesterday, less than two weeks before the Lion King section grand opens to guests! We are looking forward to bringing you full coverage next week. The fence around the area is now lower, making it easier to see Rafiki (below, left and right) as he waits to welcome guests! Please click HERE for all of our past coverage of this exciting new resort dating back to it’s beginnings as Disney’s Pop Century Legendary Years Resort.

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Buy it Now – Journey Into Imagination with Original Dreamfinder Ron Schneider: Exclusive Signed Edition

Join Ron Schneider as he chronicles his journey from the early days of Disneyland to his years at EPCOT Center’s Journey Into Imagination – including a previously unreleased ride-through of the classic original attraction!

The Ron Schneider Story (2012)

Listen as Ron tells of his first childhood visit to Disneyland on June 18th, 1955. As a young adult, he set his sights on a career in live themed performance, and worked for twelve years as a performer for Six Flags, Universal City Studios and Disney – where he realized his dream of performing for Wally Boag in Disneyland’s original Golden Horseshoe Revue. Then, with the opening of EPCOT Center in 1982, Ron took on the role that would define him: the original strolling Dreamfinder at Kodak’s Journey Into Imagination.

Ron shares in exciting detail the creative challenges he faced in bringing EPCOT Center’s only characters to vivid life. Anyone who’s a fan of Disney theme parks – or has ever held the dream of performing for an audience of millions – will enjoy these behind-the-scenes tales, told by a talented storyteller and theme park legend.

Journey Into Imagination with Commentary by Ron Schneider (1997)

Ron offers up his thoughts and remembrances while you watch this never-before-seen footage from the original Journey Into Imagination! View the iconic Imagination Pavilion fountains, the inside mural, the Dream Catcher ‘carousel’ and more as Ron shares his unique take on each area of the ride.

Journey Into Imagination (1997)

“One Little Spark” of imagination led to the creation of this attraction, which debuted in 1983, capturing the hearts and minds of Epcot guests. Enjoy this previously unreleased 1997 ride-through of the classic Journey Into Imagination. This version features the exterior, queue and complete ride including all of your favorite original scenes with Dreamfinder and Figment!

Relive these special memories year after year or experience the magic for the first time by purchasing a copy of “Journey Into Imagination with Original Dreamfinder Ron Schneider”.

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Celebrating Disneyland’s 57th Birthday at Walt Disney World, Former Fantasyland Skyway Station Area, Fantasyland Bonjour! Village Gifts and Gaston’s Taven – Photos and Video

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I’ve had the opportunity to celebrate Disneyland’s birthday (July 17th) in person many times in the past, including at the big media event for the 50th! But there are years that we don’t get to Disneyland in July – so we celebrate instead at the Magic Kingdom (below, right). We celebrated the 57th birthday of Disneyland on a very rainy day at the park. Our tradition is to ride opening day Disneyland attractions, but some of them are outside, so we couldn’t really be too choosy!

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Magic Kingdom Update: Dumbo The Flying Elephant Interactive Queue, New Fantasyland Construction, Grand Floridian DVC Villas – Photos and Video

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We spent a few hours yesterday at the Magic Kingdom (below, left) – it’s hard to believe it’s been a month since we’ve visited! The last visit we made was when the Casey Jr. Splash ‘N Soak area was opened. The Main Street Bakery had been under a facade for quite some time including the last time we were here, and it looks very nice and bright now (below, right).

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