Wednesday, January 2, 2008
(Sorry for the lack of quality, but this was filmed using my Canon digital camera, off my TV, from the World's End BluRay disc, as a source was not found online. Hopefully someone will know of a better quality.)
Video was shot by myself to share with others. All rights are Disney's. Hopefully they'll be happy I'm sharing an ad I could not find online!
"When the tram leaves the building it brings guest through an outside area named the boneyard (named after an aircraft boneyard). In the boneyard are vehicles which were featured in many films. Included are ships from the Star Wars films, the escape pod from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, cars used in the Herbie the Love Bug films, bone cages from Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest, the holding cage from the 1997 Disney adaptation of George of the Jungle, and boats and other vehicles used in other Disney produced films."
"The outside of the mansion has been covered in both jack-o-lanterns and Christmas decorations. On the roof is Jack Skellington's coffin sleigh and stretched from the roof to the floor is his comical Christmas equation. There is also a clock with bat wings for hands that tells how many days are left until Christmas. As guests wind through the outside line, creepy yet peaceful carols constantly play."
The main idea behind this is to emulate the feeling of a day-by-day calender. Some of the facts will be well known, and hopefully some will surprise you.
Let's see if I can do this....!