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krisvds
10-24-2003, 01:54 AM
At the end days of November, just before Christmas, the most magical time of the year, Disneyland Resort Paris will adapt a new slogan. Need Magic?. This new slogan will not be only used in brochures or TV-ads (which are recorded in the resort 3 weeks ago). Disney is doing things big, by releasing a song (that is written by Vasile Sirl. The cast of Mickey's Show Time takes the singing to their account. But the chorus will be sung by all Cast Members! The single will be availeble all over the resort and a part of the sharings will go to Unicef. Some other items as T-Shirts are also in the make.
We post more news as we find out. THX to DLP Reisgids (http://home.tiscali.be/dlpreisgids/) for the heads up.

Comments ? :)

Turbowars
10-25-2003, 08:03 PM
At the end days of November, just before Christmas, the most magical time of the year, Disneyland Resort Paris will adapt a new slogan. Need Magic?. This new slogan will not be only used in brochures or TV-ads (which are recorded in the resort 3 weeks ago). Disney is doing things big, by releasing a song (that is written by Vasile Sirl. The cast of Mickey's Show Time takes the singing to their account. But the chorus will be sung by all Cast Members! The single will be availeble all over the resort and a part of the sharings will go to Unicef. Some other items as T-Shirts are also in the make.
We post more news as we find out. THX to DLP Reisgids (http://home.tiscali.be/dlpreisgids/) for the heads up.

Comments ? :)Yes, another way for Disney to get money out of tourists. I can care less.:rolleyes:

JediTricks
10-25-2003, 09:29 PM
That's a pretty lame slogan IMO, Disney Paris was a bad idea anyway though. The real Disney magic IMO is in the parks that Walt himself had a hand in, everything else is just an imitator.

Turbowars
10-25-2003, 10:15 PM
That's a pretty lame slogan IMO, Disney Paris was a bad idea anyway though. The real Disney magic IMO is in the parks that Walt himself had a hand in, everything else is just an imitator.Exactly JT. I don't think of Disney the way I used to. I think it all started when they changed the Pirates ride. I think it was a sell out and I bet Walt has flipped about million times in his grave. I just hate how some of these huge companies go a put their name on everything they can get their hands on. Kind of like EP1 and Lucas:rolleyes:

krisvds
10-26-2003, 10:53 AM
You DO forget, that it is not jus a copy, it is entirely different and bringing the magic available to everybody...

Who can afford a train ticket over here ? many people, who can afford a Plane ticket to the USA? not many...

Turbowars
10-26-2003, 11:10 AM
You DO forget, that it is not jus a copy, it is entirely different and bringing the magic available to everybody...

Who can afford a train ticket over here ? many people, who can afford a Plane ticket to the USA? not many...What? Nothing stops Americans from getting to Disneyland here in the states. You can drive, Fly and take a train. You forget we have 2 parks. Disneyland here is so overcrowded it's not even fun anymore.:)

krisvds
10-26-2003, 11:11 AM
I am in Europe BTW ;)

Turbowars
10-26-2003, 11:27 AM
I am in Europe BTW ;)Yeah I know, it says that next to your user name. I didn't think you were in the US.

JediTricks
10-26-2003, 09:28 PM
I think the Pirates was ok except for the PC changes at the middle, but I haven't been in a few years (I'm hoping they haven't changed it more). The park started going downhill when they changed the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse into the Tarzan treehouse, that was foul. Now they're porting over the Winnie the Pooh ride from WDW which I hear is really basic and pulling the Country Bear Jamboree to make room for that (and moving the bears from the CBJ attraction over to the Hungry Bear restaurant to make a Chuck E Cheese ripoff). Sadly, all that's probably been done since the last time I was there, I've been too broke to go for a while.

The proof of how "magically" bankrupt the Disney company is lies behind the gates of the Disney's California Adventure park IMO, this place is dull as dishwater and half as popular. There's nothing here that says "Disney magic" at all, it's just an overpriced boring carnival, virtually no charm whatsoever. They spent a fortune and got a mess, and nobody there seems to know how to fix the problem (probably because there is no way to fix it).

krisvds
11-01-2003, 08:25 PM
Sure.. But there is a magic feel in Paris :)

Really :)

Teeska Mon Eebon
11-30-2003, 10:52 PM
I just got back from Paris :) (Accually just a little over 1 and a half hours ago...) and I did in fact go over to Disney Land Paris and I felt it was a little more magical than disney World down in Florida. I did find it to be way too expensive though... grrr that's the only thing I found wrong with it... well that and Catain Rex with the high pitched french speaking voice!!!

Turbowars
11-30-2003, 11:02 PM
I just got back from Paris :) (Accually just a little over 1 and a half hours ago...) and I did in fact go over to Disney Land Paris and I felt it was a little more magical than disney World down in Florida. I did find it to be way too expensive though... grrr that's the only thing I found wrong with it... well that and Catain Rex with the high pitched french speaking voice!!!More expensive than the US? That's bad!:mad: