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My brother and I have been desperately trying to find any information on a show that we LOVED to watch when visited Disney World as children. It was shown ...
Whatever happened to Susan????
My brother and I have been desperately trying to find any information on a show that we LOVED to watch when visited Disney World as children. It was shown in the hotel rooms on the Disney viewing channel over and over 24 hours a day. It was narrated by "your tour guide, Susan". It had a clip about River Country with a silly song "the kersplashin-ist fun you ever had". It also started with the song "Let's Go Fly a Kite" and I think a picture of the monorail.
Can anyone PLEASE help me find a copy of it or any information about it? We've been trying to locate it for so long.
Thanks so much,
What year was this? I turned up a bunch of what would seem to be good-looking leads with "disney closed circuit television shows" on google.
Seems like a question that only the head of the "Disney Archives" [dun dun dun] could truly answer.
Last edited by MiraNova23; 11-29-2007 at 11:16 PM.
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I'm not sure of the exact year. I know I was in middle school so it had to be 1980-1984...it was on more than one year because we couldn't wait to get there and turn it on as soon as we got in the room! Thanks for your help. I hadn't thought of closed circuit tv...I'll give it a shot!
I remember exactly what you're talking about. It was pretty much the show that started the trend that still exists today with the female host taking you through the parks. I doubt it's available on tape or anything like that though unfortunately.
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Well thanks for verifying that my family and myself hadn't imagined the whole thing! You're the first person I've found who even remembers it. I'll keep digging....wanted to get a copy of it and hand it out to the wholel fam at Christmas.