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'Disney Diaries' Blog: Iconic Toy Story franchise comes to Disney's Hollywood Studios

icFlorida.com - October 02, 2015 - 03:04 pm

The removal of the 'hat' as the icon of Disney's Hollywood Studios marked the first of many big changes coming to the park.

After a series of attraction closures, the D23 Expo gave us a glimpse into the two new lands and attractions that will be coming to the park.

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'Disney Diaries' Blog: What to know before you go to Star Wars Weekends

icFlorida.com - October 02, 2015 - 03:04 pm

Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Disney's Hollywood Studios, fans of the Star Wars Sagas come together for five weekends of fun.

At this year's Star Wars Weekends guests will find more celebrities, special entertainment, highly themed dining options, Star Wars Character meet & greet opportunities, event merchandise, and more.

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'Disney Diaries' Blog: Searching for Hidden Mickeys in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

icFlorida.com - October 02, 2015 - 03:04 pm

New Hidden Mickeys appear on Disney property at a relatively constant rate. Disney doesn’t keep an official list of Hidden Mickeys; they just place new Hidden Images and wait for us to find them! Alas, Hidden Mickeys are also lost constantly, for example, when an area or attraction is refurbished. ...
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Pixar’s “The Good Dinosaur” special preview coming to Disneyland and Walt Disney World

The Disney Blog - October 02, 2015 - 01:08 pm

Beginning October 16th, guests of Disney California Adventure and Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be able to preview a few scenes from Pixar’s next film “The Good Dinosaur.” At DCA, the preview will move into the Bug’s Life Theater and will include special in-theater effects. At DHS, the preview of Pixar’s...

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The Good Dinosaur Preview Coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney California Adventure

TouringPlans.com Blog - October 02, 2015 - 11:19 am

By Rikki Niblett


If you are anxious for the upcoming release from Pixar, The Good Dinosaur, you’ll soon be able to catch a preview of the film that takes us into the world of dinosaurs and humans living together.

Beginning on October 16, at Disney California Adventure, the preview of the film will take place at the Bug’s Life Theater and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios the sneak peek will take place in the One Man’s Dream Theater. (Oh-kay…)

The preview clocks in at just under 11 minutes and will play through December 3 at Disney California Adventure and through December 4 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The Good Dinosaur will premiere in theaters on November 25. Is this a film you are excited to see?

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Walt Disney World Zombie Apocalypse: Tips and Tricks

TouringPlans.com Blog - October 02, 2015 - 07:00 am

By James Rosemergy

There is a significant uptick in zombies every October at Walt Disney World.

We at Touring Plans like October as one of the best times to visit Walt Disney World. It tends to have some of the lowest crowds of the year, the weather is slightly more tolerable than the surface-of-the-sun heat you can experience in the summer months, and there are unique events like Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival that can really enhance your experience. With that said, October can also be challenging, in that the potential for a zombie apocalypse increases dramatically during this time of year, as the chart to the right shows.

There are a couple of reasons for the spike in zombies in October. First of all, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party takes place at the Magic Kingdom most nights during this time frame, which is one of the few times a year that all guests are invited to dress up in the parks. Zombie outbreaks happen when zombies are allowed to infect others and grow the size of their army of walking dead at a rate faster than they can be addressed. On regular park days, Disney security are able to easily spot zombies and deal with them before they can infect others; during the parties, however, zombies will blend in with the masses and infect others before anything can be done, and that’s when problems have arisen. Additionally, many guest visit Universal Studios on their Disney trips, and this provides a prime opportunity for cross-pollination from the zombie regulars at Halloween Horror Nights.

With the foregoing in mind, I wanted to provide some of my favorite tips and park locations to put yourself in the best position to deal with hordes of the undead slowly shuffling through the parks. Join me after the jump!

Know Thy Enemy

To get some insight upon the unique challenges presented by zombies, I once again went to the true authority on the subject: Zombie Squad.  Zombie Squad is a group advocating disaster preparedness with the notion that if you are prepared for a zombie apocalypse, you are essentially prepared for anything. Here’s what I learned:

  • Castles are traditionally great locations to ward off zombies, but what about the one at the Magic Kingdom? -Photo © Gene Duncan

    In terms of ideal location, Zombie Squad advises that we are looking for “self-sufficient sites with a very strong set of entrance points. I don’t care how many zombies you have coming your way, they aren’t going to get through a solid steel blast door. If you wanted to go a bit more old school then I would go with a castle. Humanity has used castles to repel invaders for centuries and a zombie horde is just a really slow siege army that is terrible at climbing walls.” In addition to castles, it was suggested that something akin to the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, which is more or less a wholly-encapsulated underground city, would be a great place to use as a home base.

  • Zombies have several advantages over us. They require no sleep or food, have no fear, are ambivalent to casualties, and provided they are physically able, they never stop coming. Psychologically, this provides them with an edge over parkgoers, and it also means that for most routine obstacles — doors, walls, windows, etc. — they will eventually get through them. Moreover, you have to attack zombies in a very specific way to kill them. Finally, they have the benefit of ever-growing numbers — their army grows as they infect others and absorb their victims into their ranks.
  • Zombies are not, however, without weaknesses. They are not particularly smart, and can be led into simple traps or outsmarted fairly easily. They are also clumsy, slow-moving and not particularly agile.  Also, zombies are actively rotting as they continue their shuffling assault, so if you can wait them out long enough, they will eventually decompose and you can escape.

With this framework in mind, let’s go over the ideal locations to make your stand when zombies overtake Walt Disney World. Because the only thing worse than being devoured by a legion of walking dead is a lifetime ban from Disney parks that can result from being in backstage areas without permission, however, we will confine our discussion to areas that are open to the general public. It’s a shame, because the Utilidors beneath the Magic Kingdom seem tailor-made for this sort of thing but then again, rules are rules.

Planning Ahead

Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin: a great way to hone your reflexes — Photo © Erin Foster

Obviously, zombie outbreaks are fairly rare at Walt Disney World, and you don’t want to devote too much effort to dealing with a problem that is significantly less likely than, say, an afternoon rainstorm. With that said, given the grave consequences, if you’ll pardon the pun, of being unprepared for a zombie apocalypse, not preparing at all would be foolish. Thankfully, Disney Parks do include some baked-in opportunities to prepare without disrupting your vacation. We recommend that you start your day by experiencing Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, Toy Story Midway Mania, or even just the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade to get some target practice. While firearms are not allowed in the parks so you won’t actually be called upon to shoot zombies, doing something like this to fine tune your hand-eye coordination will go a long way when you’re in a fight for your life with wave after wave of deadites later in the day.  

Remember, when a zombie outbreak occurs, it’s not just important to have a good location to go to, you have to get there alive. Accordingly, pay extra attention to your footwear and make sure you’re wearing comfortable shoes that you can run in if need be. Flip-flops may seem comfortable, but as Jennifer Anderson of Bloomington, Indiana unfortunately learned the hard way back during the ‘09 outbreak, they don’t offer the ankle or arch support you need when screaming and running for your life to a safe house.

Finally, it’s a great idea to keep extra supplies on hand this time of year. Bottled water and protein bars are great options while hunkered down waiting for an army of zombies to decompose so you can escape. If you’ve got a child in a stroller, you’ll have plenty of storage for this sort of thing, but if not, you might consider renting one from an offsite vendor just to carry your gear.  

Bonus tip: particularly as it gets closer to dusk, consider grabbing a few turkey legs and carrying them around with you. If you get into a bind, you can throw one away from you and watch as the zombies chase after it, giving you an opportunity to make your way to a safe location — and if you don’t need them for bait, hey, turkey legs!

Magic Kingdom

The rear of the Castle — a very broad area to have to defend

The knee jerk reaction of most everyone reading this would be to head straight to Cinderella Castle because, you know, it’s a castle and castles are a great way to keep anything at bay, as noted above. Unfortunately, unlike most castles, Cindy’s is actually designed to be inviting and easy to access. The moat that flanks the front of the castle will funnel all zombies approaching from the south into two groups advancing up the ramps that you can deal with with a bit of a height advantage, but the north side of the castle provides way too many points of unsecurable access to dispatch the zombies in any orderly way. In addition to the exceptionally broad pathway between Prince Charming’s Regal Carousel and the entrance to Cinderella’s Royal Table, wandering souls can also reach the castle from Liberty Square via the pathway starting at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, or even from Tomorrowland via the pathway that starts at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe and Fairytale Garden and then passes by Cinderella’s Wishing Well before arriving at the Castle. That’s just a lot of fronts to have to manage.  

Another popular strategy might be to head to Tom Sawyer Island, and there is definitely some logical appeal to this approach. The water surrounding the Island is a natural obstacle that will significantly impede the zombies’ progress, and there are plenty of great vantage points from which you could keep a lookout and deal with zombies as they approach. The concern is that while the water is indeed an obstacle, it is not necessarily an insurmountable obstacle and even if it happens just by virtue of the zombies dragging themselves along the bottom of the Rivers of America, they can’t drown, so they’re going to make it there eventually. Once they do, you might have to deal with a large volume of walking dead at once coming at your from multiple angles without any easy means of egress.

This is the only spot on the constantly-moving TTA where you have to fight zombies — Photo © Erin Foster

While intelligent minds can disagree on the absolute best location, for me and my family, we make a beeline for the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover upon the first zombie sighting. Why the TTA?  First of all, as an elevated omnimover, I’m on an attraction that never stops and keeps me out of the zombies’ reach for probably 95% of the ride. As for the area that they can access, i.e., the loading area, it is a moving sidewalk combined with the spinning loading platform, and experience has shown that both of these things are tough for the slow-moving walking corpses to navigate. Worst case scenario, you’re forced to deal with 3 or 4 zombies that actually manage to put themselves into the right position to attack you on the platform — and they’re usually off balance at the time — and then you’re back to surveying the park as you’re peacefully transported above and through the Tomorrowland attractions.

Bonus tip: The zombie apocalypse also has the potential to really transform the TTA experience as well. If you happen to be armed, the TTA could take on a Buzz Lightyear-esque vibe, as your elevated ride track and view of Tomorrowland transforms the ride into a moving shooting gallery. Fend off zombies on the loading platform, pick off zombies from above while on other parts of the ride, and repeat on continuous loop until the zombies decompose or you are presented with an opportunity to escape. Given the relative infrequency of zombie attacks, however, we at TouringPlans.com are unable to advocate bringing firearms into the park as a matter of course, as it would violate Disney’s weapons policy.  


Monsieur Paul’s low-key entrance does not catch zombies’ attention — Photo © Julie Mascardo

Epcot is fairly open and spread out, and you’re going to have a tough time finding a location where you can hunker down into a safe defensive position or mount much of an offensive. There are very few spots where there is a natural choke point into which you can funnel the zombies, which means that you open yourself up to being attacked from behind or having to fight off more than you’re able to manage. Moreover, there are very few places that provide any sort of elevated view or position that you can use to your advantage. There is, however, one noteworthy exception. Upon hearing the first groan while at Epcot, we make our way directly to Monsieur Paul in the France Pavilion.  

Monsieur Paul has a few qualities that make it ideal for dealing with zombies. First of all, the entrance is very non-descript — it is on the back side of Les Chefs des France, and if you’re not looking for it, you might not realize there’s a restaurant there at all. I know of people with advanced degrees that were looking for it and still couldn’t locate it, so zombies, with their limited intellect, tend to overlook the place entirely. Moreover, it is one of only a handful of Epcot locations that is upstairs, and of those places, its stairway is the most narrow. This will provide you with one of the few elevated spots where you will have a manageable number of zombies to contend with at once.    

Finally, it’s a simply awesome restaurant. You could be there for a while as you wait for things to calm down, and if you’re going to be stuck somewhere, being stuck at a place that serves Maine lobster in a creamy black truffle bouillion is the right way to do it.  

Bonus tip: Since you’re in France, swing by Les Halles Boulangerie & Pâtisserie before you go upstairs and see if they have any day old baguettes. They are delicious fresh, but after a day or two, they make great makeshift clubs!

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Zombies have difficulty navigating the rope crawls at the Honey, I Shrunk The Kids play area — Photo © Erin Foster

When zombies descend upon the Studios, we head to the Honey I Shrunk the Kids Play Movie Set Adventure. Because it is essentially a playground that is designed to keep small, energetic children contained, it has a single, fairly narrow walkway as its sole means of ingress and egress. This same design feature makes dealing with the army of walkers far easier, because you only have to manage one front.  

Moreover, if you do become overwhelmed at the entrance, you can retreat to the large rope crawl. Because of their limited dexterity and mobility, zombies have an extremely difficult time finding their footing on the ropes, and even if they do reach you, they are off-balance and ill-equipped to mount much of an offensive. Further, any parent who has lost their child on this oversized play area can confirm that the area is chock full of places to hide, many of which require some level of agility and flexibility to access. All of these features give you a distinct advantage when dealing with these meandering cadavers.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Like Epcot, Animal Kingdom contains a lot of open space, providing ample opportunity for you to become surrounded if you’re not careful. It also has a limited number of indoor attractions or restaurants that will allow you to manage the flow of zombies through a single door.  

Yak & Yeti doubles as an armory during zombie outbreaks — Photo © Brian McNichols

One option is to just set up shop in The Oasis. This beautifully themed area at the front of the park is chock full of exhibits and animal habitats, but most guests rush past it to get to the park’s headliner attractions in Africa and Asia. Zombies were once people too, and if you’re lucky, you will be able to just watch as they drag their corpses by you to make their way towards Expedition Everest or Kilimanjaro Safaris, as do most guests. Once they’ve made their way onto Discovery Island, you can just walk out the front of the park and escape. As Ralph Montague learned back in ‘07, however, sometimes they do notice you, and then you have a bit of a problem.

For those not wanting to leave that to chance or who are otherwise looking to mount more of an offensive, Yak & Yeti should be your first choice. Like other locations we’ve recommended, the door at Yak & Yeti funnels the zombies through a small and manageable opening, making them easier to deal with. It also has a second floor, from which you can scout out the zombies as they approach. Perhaps most importantly, however, Yak & Yeti is the only spot in all of Walt Disney World that I’m aware of where the general public can actually arm themselves in the event of a zombie outbreak. Yak & Yeti features authentic artwork, sculpture and other decor directly from Asia, including several full-sized statues of warriors, deities and supernatural beings — and many of these statues are holding swords, spears and the like.  Grab a sword and prepare to stand your ground for as long as it takes.  Also, if you end up stuck there for a while, the food is good enough to tide you over.


No doubt about it, a zombie outbreak during your vacation is an inconvenience, and a pretty serious one at that! With that said, it doesn’t have to ruin your trip. With a little bit of advance planning and some common sense, enduring an onslaught of reanimated corpses could well end up being something that you and your family wistfully tell stories about for years to come!

As always, we love to hear from our readers!  How do you deal with it when there is a zombie outbreak during your vacation?  Do you have any favorite spots for hiding or even going on the offensive?  Leave your comments below!


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Disney Food Post Round-Up: September 27, 2015

Disney Food Blog - September 27, 2015 - 03:42 pm

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The 2015 Epcot Food and Wine Festival has finally started and we’ve been eating and drinking our way around World Showcase for a couple of days!

Ice Pop Pomme

It was another week full of big news stories including the opening of Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar and some new enhancements for the Chase Lounge at the Epcot Food and Wine Festival!

We have a lot to share, so let’s jump right in…

Disney Food News

Check out all the latest Disney Food News — even the stuff we don’t mention in posts on the blog! — on our Disney Food News Pin Board, including menu updates, restaurant closures, special events, and more!

We’ve got all the latest for you, so check it out before you go.

DFB Reader Finds

If you find a fun new food — or other edible awesomeness — in or about Disney, share a photo with us on facebook or twitter so we can add it to our DFB Reader Finds each Sunday!

Cori Brennan shared a photo of the Nutella Waffle Sandwich from Sleepy Hollow Refreshments in the Magic Kingdom with the caption “I’m in vacation heaven1!” It’s one of our favorite breakfast items!

Breakfast of champions!

Chris Werts was enjoying the Epcot Food and Wine Festival and shared the New York Strip and Liquid Nitro Chocolate Almond Truffle from the Chew Lab Marketplace booth! The truffle made our list of the Best of the Fest!

Great choices at the Chew Lab Marketplace booth!

Do you have a favorite Disney Food find? Share your photos with us!

DFB Readers #OnTheList Suggestions

As part of our new #OnTheList series we’ll be sharing weekly some of our readers’ suggestions for what they would add to the Disney Food bucket list!

@DisneyFoodBlog lobster roll at the contemporary #OnTheList pic.twitter.com/J3PEsCy0ff

— Ally Claudio (@Pumkin2princess) August 31, 2015

@DisneyFoodBlog the Peanut Butter Chocolate Sandwich from Pooh corner! #OnTheList pic.twitter.com/fTbQ5s4oxa

— jo v. (@joboogie) September 3, 2015

Make sure to search #OnTheList on Twitter to see what is on everyone’s Disney food bucket list, plus tweet out your favorites using the hashtag #OnTheList.

Check out our #OnTheList page to see what’s on OUR Disney Food Bucket List!

Deal of the Week: Grand Launch of the DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks 2015 e-book!

After lots of fun research and delicious taste-testing, we’re happy to announce that the 2015 DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks e-Book is now available!

With over 340 pages of tempting snacks, the DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks is part of our DFB Guide Snacks Series!

As always, you will enjoy an instantly downloadable PDF guide with comprehensive information and advice on well over 300 delicious snacks that you can enjoy at the Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios parks in the Walt Disney World resort.

Know what you’re getting BEFORE using a precious snack credit or spending limited vacation dollars.

The DFB Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks e-Book includes:
  • Full-color photos of over 300 of our favorite snacks
  • Over 340 pages of great information, tips, and insider info
  • Current prices and Disney Dining Plan snack credit status
  • Disney Food Blog reviews of all snacks
  • Special Bonus items you’re going to love! (Of course…how could we not include these?!)

To honor the grand launch and to thank you for your support of the blog, we’ll be offering the brand new Guide for $3 off its standard rate for a limited time! Order your copy now for only $11.95 (regularly $14.95). To secure the discount, use code SNACKS15 at the check-out.

The DFB Everything Bundle

But for those of you who want to be prepared for EVERYTHING at Disney World, we’re also offering our most popular Bundle, the DFB Everything Bundle, for a special savings as well!

This bundle packs in all of our e-Books, including the Guide that started it all — the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining, 2015 edition. And during this special sale, you can get $4 off the already low price when you enter code SAVINGS.

This Bundle is priced at a huge discount already — over 40% off the guide prices – representing great savings. But with our extra $4, you’ll save even more. Learn more about the DFB Everything Bundle here.

Remember, with a 100% money-back guarantee on all of our guides, you have nothing to lose!

On to the Round-Up!

Mickey Fix found this adorable Mickey and Minnie Gingerbread House by Jim Shore. It’s not edible but it sure it adorable!

WDW For Grownups is talking the best sweet treats at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Did your favorite make the list?

Disney Parks Blog shared a how-to video for making a bento box Goofy!

Oh My Disney shared a post with famous Disney quotes written in ketchup! You have to see it to believe it.

Main Street Gazette shared a delicious post about specialty waffle fries!

Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and:

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Lighting Up the Big City

Main Street Gazette - September 14, 2015 - 09:00 am

News broke at the end of last week that this year would mark the 20th and final season from the Osborne Family Lights. Since 1996 these lights have been a staple of the holiday season inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios. There is a history with these lights, one that predates their time with Disney, and an almost mythical quality to their quantity and quality. While it is true that Walt Disney World has added to and upgraded the technology of the display over the past 20 years, the addition and changes to this pageantry of Christmas lights and displays have been minimal.
In 1986 Jennings Osborne’s daughter asked for their house in Little Rock, Arkansas to be decorated with 1,000 Christmas lights. The lights multiplied over the next several years until in 1993 the Osborne home and grounds were decked out with over 3,000,000 lights. Neighbors who felt there was a little too much holiday spirit were able to get a judge to issue a schedule for when the lights could be turned on and when they had to be off in 1994. When this court order was violated, the state Supreme Court ordered the lights to be shut off permanently. To make sure the world could still enjoy the lights, Osborne arrange for the lights to head to Walt Disney World.
When they arrive at Disney-MGM Studios in November of 1995, the Osborne Family Lights first called Residential Street their home. It was here along the eaves and lawns of the local residents, such as The Golden Girls, that the sheer number of bulbs that were being displayed practically overwhelmed their surroundings. With the closure and subsequent demolition of Residential Street’s facades in 2004, the lights found a new home, the Streets of America, where the displays could stretch out to be as tall, or taller, as they were wide. The addition of light shows choreographed to Christmas tunes only added to the already awe-inspiring display.
The holidays in my house have always been a struggle between my wife and I. She wants our house to stand as a testament to timeless Christmas spirit, complete with white lights on the tree, simple garlands around the house, and a few displays upon our lawn. For my part, I would love for our house to stand as a testament to the timeless Christmas spirit, complete with colored lights on the tree, the house, the bushes, and anything else in the lawn. Basically if I can put a light on it, it should have rainbow lights on it, and a tasteful train around the bottom of the tree. This likely explains my unabashed admiration and wonder at stepping out into the Streets of America and seeing the Osborne Family Lights covering up everything in sight and illuminating the night with strand light and merry songs.
A winter trip to Walt Disney World wasn’t in the works for the missus and me this year, but we may have to find a way just to thank the lights one last time. I will miss them, that much is certain.
When the announcement of lands dedicated to Star Wars and Toy Story dropped last month at D23 it was safe to assume that the Streets of America would soon have new tenants. It may have been naïve of me, but I had believed that Walt Disney World would find a new home for the lights, even if it wasn’t inside Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Decking the halls out of the Hollywood Boulevard, Echo Lake, and Sunset Boulevard areas of the park was my first notion. But who knew, I thought, perhaps they could make their way over to Fort Wilderness and take on a new life in a resort that is already known for its guest-made Christmas displays.
Perhaps the real question facing the Studios now is what will become of its Christmas spirit? There will undoubtedly still be the lamppost and building decorations, the tree, and the music in the air, but where will the over-the-top spectacle be found? I cannot imagine that a park which is in the middle of reinventing itself won’t take this opportunity to reignite their dedication to the holiday season. Maybe guests will get a new fireworks show booming over the top of the Great Movie Ride, utilizing sound clips and scores from some of our favorite holiday classics. A little It’s A Wonderful Life mixed in with some Prep and Landing, or White Christmas intermingling between Love Actually, Elf, and Miracle on 34th Street, with all of it leading into a finale kicked off with the immortal words of Tiny Tim. Who knows, it’s too soon for us to tell, but if the Osborne Family Lights taught us anything it is that we can never dream big enough.
If you head out to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this winter make sure you take some time to stop and catch the lights. Search high and low until you find the black cat Halloween decoration that accidentally got included in the displays the Osborne family sent over to Walt Disney World, find the leg lamp, and make sure you have a great spot for one of the light shows that features the music of Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Soak in as much as you can, because in that moment you are living in someone’s Christmas wish.

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A113 Open

Main Street Gazette - September 03, 2015 - 09:00 am

If you happen into the Trolley Car Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a caffeine fix, be sure to look around. The trolley depot has a lot of wonderful storytelling details scattered about to give guests a sense of time and place. Of course, some details have more of a storied past than others. Just take a gander at the control panel to see what I mean. There are a lot of stories to be uncovered on this display, but my favorite just happens to be the junction marked A113 OPEN.
Some of you already know where this is going, but for the uninitiated let’s do a little digging. A113 has a longstanding tradition of being tucked away in films. Most notably in Pixar films, but they don’t have this nod locked down exclusively. A113 is the courtroom we find Carl in during Up, the license plate number belonging to Andy’s mom in Toy Story, and it was a secret directive number in WALL-E, amongst its many placements. Moving away from Pixar to other television and film appearances, the code can be seen in Doctor Who, The Simpsons, Firefly, The Powerpuff Girls, Lilo & Stitch, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Meet the Robinsons, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and many, many others. Not to mention the number of times its begun showing up in video games. This can’t possibly be a coincidence, can it?
No, but all of these A113 references do have something in common, the California Institute of the Arts; or as it is more commonly known, CalArts. A113 is a classroom at CalArts that is most often used for graphic design and animation programs and classes. Animators and designers pay their respects to the alma mater by including this nod to a classroom that they and many of their colleagues passed through. It may be well trodden and almost common knowledge at this point, but anytime an inside joke is honoring an academic institution, it is well worth the time to find it.
A113 isn’t the only reference to be found in the Trolley Car Cafe, it isn’t even the only hidden detail tucked away on the control panel, but it is one of the most recognizable. While you’re grabbing a cup of joe, take a few ticks to seek out this CalArts easter egg and then take another moment or two to think of where your favorite A113 reference can be found.

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A Galaxy Far, Far Away

Main Street Gazette - August 17, 2015 - 09:00 am

Maybe it isn't so far away after all...
This weekend gave the Walt Disney World theme park enthusiasts a lot to be excited about: Soarin’ Around the World, new details about the world of Pandora, new and expanded experiences coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Skipper Canteen, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, sans the expected name change announcement, looking forward to 25 acres of new entertainment between Toy Story and Star Wars. There are a lot of juicy tidbits to dig into with all of this, but let’s venture over to highly anticipated, still amazing that it’s going to be reality Star Wars land.
Star Wars land is actually a pair of sibling lands that are coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disneyland. I stop short of calling them twins or, more appropriately, clones, as there will likely be some different structures to how the lands are set up. Regardless, this announcement answers a lot of questions and provides just enough information to be fodder for rumor mills from now until we get further details confirmed. Let’s hope the distance between the announcement this weekend at the D23 Expo and our rendezvous with the Millennium Falcon is shorter than Han’s express trip through the Kessel Run. Until then, however, there are a plethora of things to daydream about and consider. To my mind, there is one particular detail revealed this weekend shows there is reason to believe that this land is going to be amazing and that the attention to detail is being thoroughly examined.
The otherworldly spaceport that the land will inhabit is on a planet on the edge of wild space, a planet with no name that has never been visited by Star Wars before. So, why would a no name planet in a galaxy filled with wonderful, established planets be a sign that we’re on the right track? Think of the planets as attractions in Walt Disney World, there are people who love Big Thunder Mountain (Tatooine) or the Jungle Cruise (Endor), and that’s to be expected. What about the person whose absolute favorite attraction is the Maharajah Jungle Trek (Vortex), because believe me every attraction has someone who believes it is the quintessential attraction and their personal favorite.
If Disney had announced the spaceport on a planet already established through the films, books, comics, or television shows two things would have happened. One, you would have fans bemoaning that their favorite planet isn’t getting the respect it deserves and that whatever planet was chosen is getting more attention than it’s due. Let the Comment Wars begin. Two, if it was an established planet, then the choice of location on the planet, and the details that thread together the story of that planet would have been under every guest’s microscope.
Now, you’re talking to the man who has always considered his copy of The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons to be one of the greatest Star Wars resources ever, regardless of the fact that it was released in 1998. You would think that not seeing one of those planets would hurt, but the fact that we get to discover a new planet together, and that it will be a tactile experience, is thrilling for me. The imagineers get to instill this planet with all the things that make Star Wars incredible, and do it with the wit, flair, and attention to detail Imagineering is known for. There was blue milk in the cantina concept art for goodness sakes!
We have years to pour over the scant details we’ll be provided between this past weekend’s announcement and when the land officially opens. Aerial photographs, peaks between construction walls, brief attraction descriptions, and more concept art will come as time goes on. For now, however, we get to dream of an undiscovered planet far, far away, a planet filled with new surprises, creatures, and stories, that we’re all racing towards together. How exciting is that?

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Episode 1472 - Hollywood Studios/Animal Kingdom Entertainment/Q and A

WDW Today Podcast - August 12, 2015 - 10:00 am

Today, concluding the series, the guys discuss the live entertainment options at Disney's Hollywood Studios and The Animal Kingdom and answer your listener questions.
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Play in a Big Way

Main Street Gazette - August 10, 2015 - 09:00 am

This is the week fans of all things Disney have waited two years for, the D23 Expo. If you happen to have a particular interest in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, then you’ve been waiting with even more baited breath. Is this the week when they announce that large tracts of the park will be dedicated to Pixar or Star Wars? Will the name change finally be announced? What other plans are awaiting a park with so much potential that has seen so many closures in the past year?
All of these are great questions, and answers I’m waiting impatiently for just like the park’s most fervent supporters. But I want to throw out an idea for something in the park that is currently open, but is woefully dated, and has the perfect modern counterpart. Obviously I am talking about the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure.
Based off of the 1989 movie, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, the attraction is a playground built around small objects in gigantic proportions, as if the guests have been shrunken down to the size of an insect. The area, found right off of New York Street, includes a leaky Super Soaker and water hose, spider web climbing equipment, a roll of film (do kids even know what this is anymore?) turned slide, and of course critters, including an ant, bee, and a dog’s nose. There’s a lot here to play with, and there are always fair sized crowds working their way through the oversized backyard.
Let’s be realistic for a moment though. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure is based off of a movie that is almost 30 years old. Disney hasn’t released the film to DVD, Blu-ray, or iTunes with any amount of fanfare calling attention to the film, which means it’s likely that kids don’t even know the source material. Walt Disney World’s other attraction based off of the property, the 3D film Honey, I Shrunk the Audience, closed in 2010 over in Epcot’s Magic Eye Theater and I don’t foresee it making a return anytime soon. As much as I love Honey, I Shrunk the Kids myself, it is dated and the play area could use an update.
We’ve already said that the Movie Set Adventure is well attended, which is likely why it hasn’t seen a change yet. There’s no need to pour money into something that isn’t broken. Kids will play in a world of gigantic Play-Doh and oatmeal cream pies any day, but what if right now is the perfect time for refreshing the play area with new life?
If you haven’t already figured it out, I am talking about Ant-Man. A small in stature, big in heart superhero that doesn’t already have a home down the street at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, but could be the answer to getting more Marvel into Walt Disney World. This wouldn’t require a gigantic amount of overhaul. The backyard setting still works as it was the place where Ant-Man’s Scott Lang did his training in the recently released movie. Let’s add in a wider selection of ants showing off their capabilities, an ant bridge structure, a couple of crazy ants that could make an electrical spark noise and a burst of air to make it seem like there was a shock, a photo-op with Anthony, and the area is in business. Throw in some oversized props for tie-in and equipment, maybe a Thomas the Train kids can climb on, lawn gnome who has toppled over and whose hat could be a slide, a sugar cube or two or three for stairs and climbing, the ants have already given us the tunnels, and the Ant-Man Movie Set Adventure is in business.
There will likely be a ton of park news coming out this week, and there are some major headliners in the works to be sure, but there are some little pieces that could really shine too. Maybe a play area isn’t worthy of an announcement on the D23 Expo stage, it might not even be in the cards for an update, let alone one that includes Ant-Man, but it doesn’t mean that it isn’t worth it. And it doesn’t mean that this isn’t the perfect time to bring a little Marvel into Walt Disney World’s own backyard.

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Ice Palace Boutique to offer kids Frozen-style makeovers

Attractions Magazine - July 17, 2015 - 01:52 pm

A new offering is coming to Frozen Summer Fun at Disney’s Hollywood Studios that will give kids a chance to prepare for Coronation Day in Arendelle. Beginning July 26, kids ages 3-12 can undergo a transformation into Anna, Elsa or Olaf to prepare for all the Frozen fun happening at Hollywood Studios. The Boutique will […]
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Disney World Crowd Calendar Report – July 5 to 11, 2015

TouringPlans.com Blog - July 16, 2015 - 02:00 pm


Thundershowers kept crowds quite low for the days following the July 4th holiday last Saturday. Like New Year’s Day, the crowds following an evening celebration can be fairly light but this year they were especially light after July 4th. By mid-week we saw crowds return to expected levels. The Disney World Crowd Calendar predictions for Magic Kingdom continue to be excellent with only one day missing by more than one index level – on Saturday.

Let’s look at how the crowd levels stacked up each day last week on the Disney World Crowd Calendar Report:

Walt Disney World Resort Crowd Levels – Daily Breakdown

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Sunday, July 5, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 6 5

July 4th is a perennial spike on the Disney World Crowd Calendar but last Sunday we saw a significant hangover effect the day after. Guests who visited late into the evening on July 4th were likely discouraged by the poor weather as well and chose to stay away from the parks.

Epcot 8 5 Hollywood Studios 7 2 Animal Kingdom 9 4

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Monday, July 6, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 8 8

By Monday, crowds returned to normal at Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios while wait times still lagged at Epcot and Animal Kingdom. Crowd levels at those two parks were the same as the previous day.

Epcot 8 5 Hollywood Studios 9 8 Animal Kingdom 9 4

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 8 9

On Tuesday, Magic Kingdom began a streak of days at a level ‘9’ on our scale. There we saw average waits like 47 minutes at Jungle Cruise (predicted 37) and 84 minutes at Space Mountain (predicted 62).

Epcot 9 7 Hollywood Studios 7 7 Animal Kingdom 8 6

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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 8 9

Resort-wide Wednesday we saw a level ‘8’ crowd, the average over the summer months. Epcot was the best park to visit with average wait times like 72 minutes at Soarin’ and 60 minutes at Test Track. Mission: SPACE Orange had a ridiculously high average wait of 84 minutes, likely an indication that the ride experienced technical delays.

Epcot 7 6 Hollywood Studios 7 8 Animal Kingdom 8 9

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Thursday, July 9, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 8 9

Thursday’s wait times were high again at Magic Kingdom but the other three parks saw wait times only a little above average. For example, Soarin’ averaged 69 minutes, Star Tours averaged 22 and Primeval Whirl averaged 21.

Epcot 7 7 Hollywood Studios 7 6 Animal Kingdom 7 6

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Friday, July 10, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 7 7

Some rainy weather on Friday kept wait times a little lower that what we saw midweek. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad averaged 33 minutes (predicted 40), Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin averaged 32 (34) and Peter Pan’s Flight averaged 66 (predicted 65).

Epcot 8 7 Hollywood Studios 6 5 Animal Kingdom 6 4

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Saturday, July 11, 2015

SAW ANALYSIS Magic Kingdom 6 8

Magic Kingdom crowds were busy again on Saturday but crowd levels went the opposite direction at Epcot and Hollywood Studios. Animal Kingdom hit a level ‘5’ similar to what we saw all week at that park except for Wednesday when it hosted Extra Magic Hour morning.

Epcot 7 5 Hollywood Studios 6 4 Animal Kingdom 4 5 What to Expect This Week July 12 to 18, 2015

How Crowded is Disney World?

Now that July 4th has passed we enter a period of 6 to 8 weeks where crowds will be fairly similar day-to-day varying only when the weather affects crowds. Next week we expect more crowd levels between ‘6’ and ‘8’ on our scale.

To see Walt Disney World Crowd predictions for the days of your vacation, check the Crowd Calendar.

To get details about our predictions of future crowds or details about crowds in the past check out the Crowd Calendar and select “Jump to Date” on the left margin.

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios Gets Ice Palace Boutique for Frozen Summer Fun Event

TouringPlans.com Blog - July 16, 2015 - 11:28 am

Have a little Frozen fan who wants to prepare for Coronation Day? Well, soon, they will be able to at the Ice Palace Boutique at Disney’s Hollywood Studios during the Frozen Summer Fun event! Here, guests will be able to to undergo a transformation at the wintry-themed salon which will be located on Commissary Lane across the way from ABC Commissary.

So how does this differ from the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique? Well here, the whole family can get in on the fun, because there are select packages that will be available where families can enjoy the excitement too! Members of the party will be able to enjoy the exclusive Ice Palace Cafe, where there will be Frozen-inspired snacks. Also, Guests will get a reserved seating for one showing of “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration” at Hyperion Theater.

There will be three different packages that Guests can select from. They are:

  • Frozen Summer Fun Boutique Package – This package includes Anna or Elsa-inspired shimmering makeup palette, face gems, nail polish, a braided hair piece with sparkling snowflake accessory and an exclusive photo opportunity. Cost is $75 and includes tax.
  • Ice Palace Boutique Package – This package includes the items offered in the Frozen Summer Fun Boutique Package. It also includes access to the Ice Palace Café and reserved seating at one of the “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration” shows. Cost is $175 and includes tax.
  • Ice Palace Boutique Deluxe Package – This package includes an Anna or Elsa costume plus the items offered in the Ice Palace Boutique Package. Cost is $240 and includes tax.

The Ice Palace Boutique Package and the Ice Palace Boutique Deluxe Package is for up to 6 guests, including the child getting the magical transformation.

For those with boys in the family, they can take part in an Olaf-inspired package that includes a glitter hairstyle and Olaf tee-shirt. Reservations are not required for this package and will only be available on-site at the location. Cost is $19.95, plus tax.

Reservations can be made beginning July 17 by calling 407-827-7400. The Ice Palace Boutique will be open beginning July 26 through the end of the Frozen Summer Fun event, which officially ends on September 7.

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Review: Tandoori Shrimp at the Namaste Cafe Disney Food Truck

Disney Food Blog - July 15, 2015 - 04:34 pm

Funny how quickly things can change ‘round these parts…

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Not all that long ago (a little more than a year-and-a-half, to be specific), the four Disney Food Trucks were THE newest thing on the dining scene in Downtown Disney. But with all the dining additions to the ever-transforming, will-one-of-these-days-be Disney Springs over the past year, it’s been a while since we’ve had a chance to check out what’s changed at the Trucks!

So our stop today is Namaste Cafe (most often found in Exposition Park on the West Side), the truck inspired by dishes typically served at Animal Kingdom as well as Animal Kingdom Lodge.

The menu continues to feature the Naan and Samosa Dipping Safari, Butter Chicken, and Lamb Kefta (a version of which was originally part of the Superstar Catering Food Truck menu inspired by Hollywood Studios, but I think it’s a more natural fit at Namaste).

Namaste Café Food Truck

In more recent months, Tandoori Shrimp has

joined the lineup.

Close-up on menu

Can’t say I’ve had much in the way of seafood at the Trucks except for the long-since-removed Lobster Roll at World Showcase of Flavors, so it was time to give it a go.

The Tandoori Shrimp is served with a simple side of basmati rice and spicy pickled veggies. The sauce you see topping the shrimp is a rather unexpected curry mustard cream sauce, which had a little kick of spice along with the pronounced mustard flavor (keep that in mind if, like me, you aren’t super keen on oodles of mustard). Thankfully, one of the Cast Members recommended a side of the sauce that typically tops the Butter Chicken along with it, which is a smooth blend of butter, tomato puree, and spices like Garam Masala.

Tandoori Shrimp with Pickled Vegetables and Basmati Rice

I took them up on it, and I found it to be much more enjoyable than the mustard sauce that already comes with the dish. I did enjoy, though, the blend of tandoori spice (flavors such as ginger, turmeric, cumin, and cayenne pepper) that lends an exotic flavor to the dish — a very mild heat with just a hint of sweetness from the ginger.

I focus on the sauces and spices because the unique flavor blends are a major part of the dishes here, but I certainly want to talk about the shrimp itself, especially considering I’ve had some not-so-great experiences with shrimp at Disney World in the past.

Tandoori Shrimp

For instance, the Seafood Macaroni and Cheese is a terrific dinner-only dish at Columbia Harbour House. I loved it for the lobster (and the mac and cheese, of course!), but I found the shrimp to be pallid and lackluster. I’m happy to say that in this instance the shrimp was well-cooked and prepared, and the way the spices char slightly during the cooking process gives it something extra.

The Tandoori Shrimp is definitely a unique option at the trucks — and among the majority of Disney World Counter Service restaurants, come to think of it (by the way, the Food Trucks do accept Counter Service credits on the Disney Dining Plan). Overall, I think shrimp fans will have reason to be pleased. Personally speaking, though, my top choice at Namaste Café remains the Butter Chicken or the Dipping Safari, which provides the opportunity to experience several flavors along with fresh Naan bread and some nearly baseball-sized samosas.

Samosas and Naan Dipping Safari at Namaste Cafe


Still, it remains a very fun thing to see some of the creative dishes that come out of the Disney Food Trucks as they continue to provide items outside the norm. So if you find yourself looking for a quick bite while touring Downtown Disney, I’d suggest stopping by the Trucks to check out what’s new!

Have you had the chance to dine at the Disney Food Trucks? Please let us know about your experience with a comment!

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Rumor: Minnie’s Holiday & Dine Dinner Coming to Hollywood & Vine?

Disney Food Blog - July 14, 2015 - 02:54 pm

Looks like the elves are already starting to gear up for the holidays… . Could it really be that a special holiday meal is coming to Hollywood & Vine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios?

Hollywood and Vine

A mysterious menu has appeared on the My Disney Experience app! At the time, it seems this menu is viewable on Android devices, but NOT on iDevices. Still, what’s remarkable about this menu is not the items themselves (standard items for the Hollywood & Vine buffet), but

the NAME: Minnie’s Holiday & Dine Dinner!

Minnie’s Holiday & Dine menu screenshot

How much fun would it be to dine with Minnie and friends all dressed up in their holiday finery?

Minnie and friends in holiday gear

Let’s check out what’s showing up on the menu right now… .

Minnie’s Holiday & Dine menu screenshot

Minnie’s Holiday & Dine menu screenshot

Minnie’s Holiday & Dine menu screenshot

It also shows up with a Fantasmic! Dining Package option.

Minnie’s Holiday & Dine menu screenshot with Fantasmic Package indicator

This experience is currently not bookable (even on an Android phone), and a call to WDW-DINE — as of the time of this publishing — has revealed no further information. However, “Dinner” disappears as an option for Hollywood & Vine on the Disney World website beginning November 7th, so there is reason to believe that might be the start date.

November 6th screenshot with Dinner

November 7th screenshot without Dinner

If this special meal does indeed come to pass, it would certainly make sense judging from the success of the Jedi Mickey Character Dining Meal available at this venue during Star Wars Weekends, and the popularity of special holiday events in general, don’t you think? We will be sure to keep our holiday eyes-and-ears peeled, and will keep you posted here on the DFB!

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studioscentral: Monsters University Bash announced as next Limited Time Magic at Disney's Hollywood Studios http://t.co/7uTg5UoHYo

Studios Central Twitter - June 07, 2013 - 04:44 pm

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wdwmagic: Limited Time Magic brings Monsters U party and pep rally to Disney's Hollywood Studios next week http://t.co/wzI9dy6SdB

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studioscentral: RT @Daveh787: New Park Maps coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios: June 9

Studios Central Twitter - June 03, 2013 - 09:22 pm

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wdwmagic: PHOTO - Jim Cummings visits Disney's Hollywood Studios - the voice of IllumiNations, Winnie the Pooh, and MUCH more http://t.co/bYlQf3rvWw

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studioscentral: RT @AllEarsDeb: Don't miss the Legends of the Force Motorcade #starwars weekend at Disney's Hollywood Studios http://t.co/HRWX7BzKCI

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studioscentral: RT @TouringPlans: Parking lot at Hollywood Studios has reopened.

Studios Central Twitter - May 25, 2013 - 05:34 pm

studioscentral: RT @TouringPlans: Parking lot at Hollywood Studios has reopened.
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wdwmagic: Disney's Hollywood Studios parking lot reopens after earlier closing due to capacity http://t.co/GeivnFaCVB

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wdwmagic: Disney's Hollywood Studios parking lot at capacity http://t.co/wN2YmOKPTY

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studioscentral: RT @ADPIndy: Team Studios Central Profile - Courtney Anne Maclaren - Disney's Hollywood Studios Blog http://t.co/2iyduEgjZ7 via @studioscen…

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studioscentral: Taking up my slack RT @shelleycaran: Another 13 hour day at Hollywood Studios...what is happening? 3rd week in a row...@studioscentral

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studioscentral: Check out what's new at Disney's Hollywood Studios with our guest photo update http://t.co/1ClVuD4109

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