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Disney Movie ?

Discussion in 'Archive' started by dannyeyheralde, Apr 8, 2004.

  1. dannyeyheralde

    dannyeyheralde Member

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    I remember MANY years back there was a movie on TV and part of it was set in DL & this bad guy took all of disneyland's power wich caused the Main Street Electrical Parade to loose it's power. does anyone know what movie this is???
     
  2. Gurgitoy2

    Gurgitoy2 Active Member

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    There was another film allowed to film in Disneyland recently. The Tom Hanks film "That Thing You Do". The rode the Matterhorn, and showed clips of the band enjoying Disneyland. It was supposed to be set in the 60's, and they wanted an authentic Mickey Mouse costume, but when they saw the moth-eaten costume, they decided to use the current Mickey Mouse. So, they're in 60's Disneyland with 00's Mickey.
     
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    That Tony Curtis Film is called 40 POUNDS OF TROUBLE. Unfortunately, it's only out on VHS...
     
  4. Walter

    Walter New Member

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    It was not a TV movie but a short lived series. I can't remember the name of the show but the lead character was from another planet, banished to Earth to live out a prison sentence. He was accommpanied by a small floating robot that would help him adapt to living on Earth. The robot could disguise itself (at one point, it looked like a balloon) and fly around the park. Through a series of events, the robot zapped Disneyland of its electricity and there was a chase scene through Big Thunder Mountain. The lead character was thrown out by security who told him, "Sorry, sir. We don't allow this kind of behaviour." It was a horrible show. The only reason I remember it is because I once had this episode on tape.
     

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