Everything I've read says that the only injury was "Murphy" the dragon, She got that nickname from "Murphy's Law" amything that CAN go wrong, WILL go wrong. The codename stems from her 3-month delay in succeeding her predecessor in 2009
Is there ANY hope at this point for these shows to come back, or has the pandemic made Tokyo quasi follow Florida's lead (aka stick with the Original but WITHOUT shortening/rearranging the show order? ) if it's just a matter of removing "Ladies & Gentlemen" dialogue, there must be SOME way they...
with the money they saved there, they could have hired a couple more people to play "Alice": in the parade. I'd heard rumors they only had 1 girl cast in the role and yet, even on nights she was off, they STILL sent the other 9 floats in her section out. THAT NEVER happened prior to this year...
Wdw wouldn't need PTN since they are likely getting something even BETTER than PTN. Rumors suggest an iconic Disney parade which last played Magic Kingdom on the evening of October 9, 2016 will be making a return.
I don't know for sure Maybe the Show director wanted to take the parade in a new direction. while I LIKE the idea of Goofy leading it, it feels like it slopws the parade down (for obvious reasons aka limited line of sight in the costume head. )
Maybe one day they'll go retro and build a new version of the whale float so that the section will once again have two floats without one of them being somewhat controversial (as you may recall the float Pinoccio rroad had a mockup of cigars on the back of it)
I see there was a JCB event at TDL at the beginning of the month and Dreamlights was presented you would THINK with the fact that Tinkerbell's float is out, they would have brought in 1 more driver to drive the Unisys float. does anyone know why the Unisys float is never seen on JCB nights?