via Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will have X-wing and TIE fighters – Orange County Register As we near the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge this year, I'm getting more and more excited about it. And details like this are just stoking the flame for me. Imagine how cool it's going to be to... Continue Reading →
This is a souvenir book that was published in 1989, but was probably created in late 1988, as it has plenty of concept art, and only a few photos of specific attraction scenes that were completed. But, that's not all bad, as the concept art is awesome. It's a far cry from what Hollywood Studios... Continue Reading →
Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show ran from May 5, 2005 and ended its run on April 2, 2016. My family only watched the show one time in 2014, and it was entertaining. I think I kinda resented LMA for the longest time because to make room for it, Residential Street was demolished, and I... Continue Reading →
I thought I would post more recent photos from a now-extinct attraction. These two shots are from what turned out to be our final ride on the Backstage Studio Tour during our June, 2014 trip and are from the Catastrophe Canyon section of the ride. I am thrilled that my children got to ride it... Continue Reading →
I finally have a large format scanner, so I've started my scanning project again. I came across a bunch of bumper stickers, so I'll be scanning and posting these first. In honor of the last weekend of Star Tours Weekends, here are a couple of Star Tours bumper stickers. The first one I bought in... Continue Reading →
Related to the previous post, here's a picture of Doug McClure as the "Star of the Day" at Disney-MGM Studios in 1989.
This is the guide book from Disney-MGM Studios. I took a trip there with my brother, girlfriend (now my wife) and her sister. We went in August, 1989 and it was very exciting, because Disney-MGM was so new. There weren't that many attractions, but the Studio Tour took 2 hours to complete. And Disney was... Continue Reading →