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Disney+ - The Imagineering Story

Post by hobie16 » Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:47 am

I signed up for Disney+ a few weeks ago and was overwhelmed by the amount of content. One of the pearls is The Imagineering Story series. It starts out with Walt's backyard railroad and builds from there. Lots of insider interviews and perspective. Highly recommended.


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Re: Disney+ - The Imagineering Story

Post by Walt » Wed Dec 11, 2019 10:24 am

That is a great series. Very emotional as well.


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Re: Disney+ - The Imagineering Story

Post by hobie16 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:47 am

Two more things to watch on Disney+.

One Day At Disney. Features cast members from an illustrator to a vet giving a porcupine a health check. To bad it was only an hour long.

Pixar In Real Life. The control panel from Inside Out controlling people in Central Park and an escaped octopus in a baby stroller. Very funny.


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Re: Disney+ - The Imagineering Story

Post by lancer21 » Fri Jan 24, 2020 10:17 am

It hurts to see that Disney+ isn't available yet where I live, we're missing all of the good stuff that comes with the launching of a good platform and will only discover "in real life" the less interesting shows that will be made to exploit the service once it's popular...



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