Disney launch 'Limited Time Magic' for Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort in 2013

CLandrum

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Do you have a link to any info on this? I have done multiple searches and I cannot find anything. I would love to know more about it. The most I have found was this thread
http://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/sept-friday-13th-hollywood-studios-villians-night.861930/

I feel like such a nimrod that I cannot find any information about it. Also every other site list the park as only being open until 830pm that day.

Thanks in advance for any info.
 

CLandrum

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Thank you Disvillain63. I found a little bit more info now that I have a name still not much but it looks promising.
 

WDWBryan

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The week long Easter pre-parade at MK and egg hunt at Epcot next week is pretty cool when in the past it's only been on Easter. Gives more people a chance, like myself to check it out.
 

raven24

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jrh1985

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The week long Easter pre-parade at MK and egg hunt at Epcot next week is pretty cool when in the past it's only been on Easter. Gives more people a chance, like myself to check it out.
Indeed! And this year's Pre Parade looks good! If anyone's at MK today, please get Video!!!
 

jrh1985

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What are you seeing that Im missing? Sounds like the same as last year.
This year, it sounds like there adding flowers and butterflies(Most likely from Alice). They used to be in the real Easter Parade. I'm gussing the Trail Maids are Easter only?
 

asianway

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This year, it sounds like there adding flowers and butterflies(Most likely from Alice). They used to be in the real Easter Parade. I'm gussing the Trail Maids are Easter only?

Gotcha, they did add the chick in last year and the barn with Clara.

I believe Azalia girls are only Easter - cant see them coming down for the whole week, dont they do fundraisers and such to pay their own way?
 

raven24

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Carl Fredricksen, Brer Rabbit and, shocking news, Roger Rabbit out for Easter/LTM at Disneyland and California Adventure:






Brer Rabbit and Roger Rabbit were teaching guests how to do the Bunny Hop.
 

WDW1974

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Especially when you visit out west!

Speaking of west, the Disneyland annual passholder LTM events have been way better than the regular ones. I find that interesting.

Yep. I've heard that ... can't say I'm surprised as DLR does recognize the import of its APers. Sadly, WDW largely does not.
 

raven24

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Yep. I've heard that ... can't say I'm surprised as DLR does recognize the import of its APers. Sadly, WDW largely does not.

Why do you think that is? Do the WDW APs shadow the tourists out there or something? I don't understand why fans out in Florida don't receive the same type of appreciation.
 

GiveMeTheMusic

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Why do you think that is? Do the WDW APs shadow the tourists out there or something? I don't understand why fans out in Florida don't receive the same type of appreciation.

My theory: DLR APs are a vocal bunch that Disney would like to keep on its good side. When APs revolt, it's not pretty. Horror stories are still whispered in the winding hallways of TDA about the Light Magic AP "dress rehearsal" party.
 

raven24

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My theory: DLR APs are a vocal bunch that Disney would like to keep on its good side. When APs revolt, it's not pretty. Horror stories are still whispered in the winding hallways of TDA about the Light Magic AP "dress rehearsal" party.

Oh dear, Light Magic... I'm sure they don't want to **** us off like they did then. I don't know what they were thinking, replacing the Electrical Parade with that garbage. And they had the nerve to put in the Baroque Hoedown as a painful reminder. No wonder it only lasted a few months.

Good theory, BTW.
 

flynnibus

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Why do you think that is? Do the WDW APs shadow the tourists out there or something? I don't understand why fans out in Florida don't receive the same type of appreciation.

the 'I visit 4 times a month' type of AP is far less dominate in FL. It's the 'I visit 2-4 times a year' AP that are most of the WDW APs.
 
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