A special "thank you" for your support over the decades.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q. -- We here at Uncle Walt's Insider love the holiday season, and this year we are especially grateful for you, our reader. [Ed.: By "you, our reader," we mean the person reading this right now. We're not suggesting that we only have one reader total. It would be pretty moronic to spend hours churning out quality theme park reporting day after day, not to mention the overhead costs associated ...
Here's one trade secret that finally sees the light of day!
CELEBRATION, FL -- "Meet me in the alley to the left of Market Street Gallery if you want the recipe." That was the note slipped to this reporter on a recent visit to Magic Kingdom.
Could it be? Was the elusive recipe for the famed Disney churro finally within our reach? [Ed.: Or is it the famed recipe for the elusive Disney churro?]
A closely-guarded secret
As reported here before, Disney considers the recipe for ...
Do we need to give a spoiler warning for a trailer?
UNCLE WALT'S H.Q., SVALBARD - Disney's Marvel Studios and Spas released its first trailer for Avengers: Endgame on Friday. While the preview does not give away any major plot points (other than that one thing with Black Widow and the figs), there's plenty to discuss for sharp-eyed fans!
Since we have none of those in our offices, though, you'll have to settle for the observations of some bleary-eyed theme park reporters on ...
"Ask Uncle Walt" is a regular feature of Uncle Walt's Insider: you ask, Walt answers!
"Hey Walt, why doesn't 'it's a small world' use capital letters?"
Submitted by Kaitlyn C., Cancun, Mexico
Thanks for asking. Back in 1964, it's a small world debuted at the World's Fair in New York City. It was sponsored by Pepsi and was located at the UNICEF pavilion. Most of the budget for this and the other attractions Disney provided went to research and development of the rides, ...