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Star Wars Weekends, Interview with Don Dorsey – creator of the Main Street Electrical Parade and Illuminations, Margaret “Tinker Bell’ Kerry talks about the November cruise and more!

Welcome back to The WDW Radio Show –  Your Walt Disney World information Station, hosted by Lou Mongello. Thanks for tuning in once again. This is Show #15 for the week of May 20, 2007.

With the popular Star Wars Weekends events at the Disney-MGM Studios rapidly approaching, I am joined this week by two Disney fans who share a love for Star Wars as well: Matt Hochberg and Jonathan Dichter, who come to to discuss the special events, celebrities, characters and merchandise, as well as planning for the weekend and tips for making the most out of the event.

Listener Jarred Matthes was able to obtain an exclusive interview with Don Dorsey, creator of such musical events in Walt Disney World as the Main Street Electrical Parade and Illuminations: Reflections of Earth.

I received a phone call from Margaret “Tinker Bell” Kerry, who will be on board the Disney Magic with me this November for our Trivia Cruise. She’ll join me on the show to invite you to come aboard with us, talk about some of the events she and I have planned for the cruise and more.

Thank you again for tuning in, so sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio show!


Thanks to the legendary Don Dorsey for granting an exclusive interview to listener Jarred Matthes which we played on this week’s show. Jarred has also sent in a number of tracks of background music that you’ve heard on the show since it began, and I want to thank him for that as well. You can download the entire, unedited interview HERE.

You can also visit Don’s official web site at DorseyProductions.com.

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  1. Chuck Zitta says:

    There was a brief mention of Muppets during the Star Wars Weekends discussion, which got me thinking. How about a Star Wars Muppets movie! Now that Disney owns the property, could be a possibility. Yes, no???