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  1. catrancher

    catrancher New Member

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    Aw Tink!

    You do need to see both of them. They're both spectacular. My DW and I both love them.

    And we don't even have any little kids anymore as an excuse! [​IMG]

    I wish they hadn't gotten rid of the "Hunchback of Notre Dame" show. We went to see that a number of years ago and ended up sitting right next to the runway halfway out in the audience. It just happened to be the spot where Clopin sings the final reprise of the "The Bells of Notre Dame". That kid was unbelievable! I still get chills just thinking about it! :thumbsup:

    Tom :)macwave:... loves stage shows!)
     
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    so pray tell, what did you do keith?
     
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    "Swallowed a little mouse under the chair!" :lol:

    Sorry, just the way you phrased that Mick, brought that old rhyme to mind.

    I will get to them one day catrancher. :yes: We don't often go over, but will make the effort. We saw one of the last shows of Notre Dame and let me tell you, it was incredible. Very emotional for all involved. I don't know why I haven't seen the others, since we really enjoyed that one.
     
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    :lol:

    pray tell what rhyme is that then tink?
     
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    "Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?
    I've been to London to visit the Queen.

    Pussy cat, pussy cat what did you there?
    I frightened a little mouse under the chair."

    Ooops! When I said it through I realized it was "frightened" and not "swallowed!" :lol: At any rate, that's the old rhyme from childhood.
     
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    Slowhand Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    It was definitely open last week.
     
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    muppet 3d always make me laugh i luv the old boys in the box on the right :lol:
     
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    haha i remember it now, jeez its been a while since i heard that at school [well not that long ;) :lol:]
     
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    I always liked Beaker and the Swedish Chef!

    Hmmmm... wonder why I most like the ones you can understand the least? :unsure:

    Tom :)macwave:... boom!)
     
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    Gotta love the old guys, but my favorite has always been Kermit.
     
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    Keith, if you haven't been... the very best attraction is - 'Walt Disney: One Man's Dream'. :yes:
    It is inspirational and poignant. Always brings a tear to my eye.
    Also, if you have time, go to the Animation Academy and learn to draw a character. It's great fun and you don't need to have any particular skills to produce a great personal souvenir. :thumbsup:
     
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    Diane, I agree. One Man's Dream is a great one!
     
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    This is something we've never done. Always mean to :shrug:
    Do you have to sit through anything else before you go in to draw Diane?
     
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    It's at the end of The Magic of Disney Animation. The classes are about every half hour so the wait to go in depends how far through they are. It's well worth the wait though. Try going early in the day or last thing for fewer guests. You will love it! :yes:
     
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    Thank you :D
    I definately want to give it a try :yes:
    Do you have to sit through Magic of disney Animation before you can draw? We have done this several times but never found the drawing room!
     
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    Hmm..not sure. We always see the attraction as I love it. :D The drawing room is tucked away almost next to the exit, after you have come out of MoDA. Just ask a CM. :thumbsup:
     
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    defo do one mans dream....heres a taster
     

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    i think they were the stars of the show but not on it enough
     

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    Nope you don't have to :) you just walk through the gift shop, out the back and you're just about at the academy. Classes tend to be on the hour and half hour and can fill up fast :D
     
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    i miss hunchback:sorry:
     

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