Thanks to Michael B., we now have two animated GIF files of the two different scenes in the Moving Picture Machine. They’re fun to watch, but more fun to build and watch in person.
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“Welcome to episode number one of the DoomBuggies Spook Show, a podcast ‘dead-icated’ to fans of Disney’s Haunted Mansion attractions, and other spooky things.”
The DoomBuggies website now has their very own podcast! If you’re a fan of the Haunted Mansion, this is a must-listen. Jeff Baham does an excellent job on the Mousetalgia podcast, so this should be a delight.
According to lore, the Hollywood Tower Hotel was struck by lightning on Halloween night, 1939. In an interesting college design project, Richard assumes “that since it was Halloween night, the Tip Top Club would have hosted a masquerade party. So what kind of music would they have played at Halloween within the Hotel? Out of that one question came The Hollywood Tower Hotel presents Haunted Halloween Hits.”
Click on the image of the track listing on the DesignerLand website to download the full album of Halloween boogie-woogie music.
Designed specifically for Apple iPhones, but compatible with Google Android devices, this soundboard (see instructions on the website) plays audio clips from the Disney theme park attraction.
Ha! No, seriously, though, be sure to check out what’s going on with our Twitter feed and our Google+ page (we’re more active on Google+). It may be a slow news day on this website, but not always on Twitter and Google+. For example, did you know that the Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments debuted this weekend, and did you know that there was a limited-quantity Gus & Jacque ornament? See! You missed out on that.
How about the new Mickey mouse shorts like “Tokyo Go,” “New York Weenie,” or “Yodelberg?” Have you seen those? If not, you’re missing out on some of the funniest Disney cartoon shorts seen in a long time.
How about the funny movie trailer for “Saving Mr. Banks?”
Hey, and if you want a tad bit more, you can even check out Trader Sam’s Google+ profile.
Portholes, windows, and doorways are cut away from the hull.
Questions? Ask them in the comments, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments below.