/ Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

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I am so grateful to be able to create this show not just for you, but also with your help. And for the past 10 years, many of you have been involved in many different ways, either as guests, or by having your questions answered on the air. This week, we’re going to combine the two and as I answer your questions LIVE! We cover a wide range of topics from many different perspectives including some questions about me and how I got started, Walt Disney World history, Disney movies in the parks, moving to Walt Disney World, your first runDisney event, what was lost and what may be coming in the future… and we may even answer a question you may have as well.

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5 thoughts on “WDW Radio Show #468 – Listener Questions: LIVE”

  1. Arthur Mills says:

    I agree with you, Lou, about having Tron in the parks. In addition to all that you said (and having grown up in the ’80’s), I’d like to see Flynn’s Arcade, with all the old, classic video games. It could also be tied with Wreck-It Ralph.

  2. Chuck Zitta says:

    First off, great to see you open up the show to NATION members! Very cool. Sorry I missed that opportunity. Past few weeks have been quite busy. Really enjoyed the discussions.

    To answer your question: that’s an easy choice for me. This is where I’m really going to show my age. I am a true believer in the “original classics” and wish all would have an attraction in the parks, one way or another. And when I say “original classics”, I’m talking the first five animated classics; Snow White, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo and Bambi. So based on that thought process and the fact that a few of these already have attractions in WDW, my first choice would be Pinocchio. To experience a dark ride experience, that would be much different from the attraction in Disneyland, would make me happy beyond words. It wouldn’t have to necessarily follow the movie story per say (but could) using today’s technology to really make it an immersive experience. I’m going to leave it at that and not even begin to discuss the possibilities, which are endless in my mind.

    As an added bonus, would like to see them bring back Snow White’s Scary Adventures, with tech updates, added into the Germany Pavilion.

    Thanks again for another fantastic show, Lou and NATION guests!!!

  3. The Tony says:

    Ok go with me here. The movie I’d show Walt is sort of in line with what has already been said. I’d show Walt the movie at the end of the Walt Disney One Man’s Dream walk through attraction to show him what the Disney Community thinks of him. Along that line, if I could show Walt something I’d show him the online Disney Community to show him how much joy his dream brings to the world and how his dream brings people from all walks of life together.

  4. jeff laughlin says:

    I agree that WDW needs Wall-E. Epcot & Tomorrowland need something each need some upgrades and Wall-E would be the perfect fit in either one. I’d say replace Buzz in MK since it’s getting old, doesn’t function the best, is out of place with Toy Story Land coming, and just can’t match up to the superior Toy Story Mania.

  5. Emily says:

    I would love love love to see a Princess and the Frog ride in the parks. Not even having been to Disneyland I think it would fit in New Orleans Square in a boat type dark ride. Think of how beautiful the fireflies would be!

    On another topic brought up: I’ve run one RunDisney race (2015 princess half!!) but I think if I ran 100 more my “RunDisney moment” would always be running into a park that I’ve only ever walked through with hundreds of other people before. The moment I turned onto Main Street the tears just started streaming. It was so emotional and beautiful. I don’t think I’ll ever forget it.