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Hello and welcome to The WDW Radio Show – Your Walt Disney World Information Station. I am your host, Lou Mongello, and this is show #174 for the week of June 13, 2010.

It’s time to fire up my Walt Disney World Wayback Machine, as we travel back through time to visit some of the history of the Disney parks. This week, our time travel has a double meaning, as it is the focus of the attraction we will visit. For more than a decade, The Timekeeper in Tomorrowland took guests on a celebrity-filled, 360 degree journey through history, meeting famous figures and visiting historic landmarks along the way… before, as in true Disney fashion, something goes wrong and hilarity ensues. We will take a detailed look back at the attraction’s history, what almost came to be in Tomorrowland, thoughts on the Circle-Vision technology and much more.

I’ll play more of your voicemails and have a few announcements at the end of the show, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio Show.

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3 thoughts on “WDW Radio Show #174 – June 13, 2010”

  1. Renee says:

    Thank you for the audio clips from this attraction. I loved the Timekeeper so much, but I had forgotten a lot of what happened, as it became “seasonal” for awhile there before it was killed…I don’t think I’ve seen the show since I was in middle school. The descriptions and clips really helped bring it back. Thanks!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I never had motion sickness of any type in my life (sea/land/rides/other) until going to timekeeper. Because of that have avoided all stationary 360 films.
    I have to “move” with the screen motion(as in Soarin).

  3. Chuck Zitta says:

    We miss Robin. Kind of appropriate that Mike’s character voice from Monsters Inc. was done by Billy Crystal, a good friend of Robins. Funny how things sometimes work out. I vaguely remember seeing the Timekeeper, but I do remember the Timekeeper character (how could you not) and 9 Eye. Need to go back and check it out on YouTube. Thanks again for taking us back for an informative look at Disney World’s past, Lou!!!