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Character Greeting Trails Camp Minnie-Mickey Animal Kingdom

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Amidst a Northeastern forest of cedar and birch trees you will find Camp Minnie-Mickey and the Character Greeting Trails. During the month of December, the characters were dressed in holiday wear; Santa Goofy; Casual Winterwear for Minnie, etc. Mickey and Minnie, Pluto and Goofy, Pooh and Tigger, Terk and Rafiki are usually out and about … Continue reading "Character Greeting Trails Camp Minnie-Mickey Animal Kingdom"
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AllEarsNet TV Show #3 Character Meet and Greets with Tips Weekly YouTube Show

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Current Show | Show Listings | Subscribe #3: Character Meet and Greets plus tips! (June 5, 2014) Show Host: Deb Wills Length: 4 minutes 30 seconds SYNOPSIS: Everyone wants to meet their favorite characters when they visit Walt Disney World and the new FastPass+ does help minimize your wait times. This video is about the … Continue reading "AllEarsNet TV Show #3 Character Meet and Greets with Tips Weekly YouTube Show"
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SoCal Spotlight

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by Autumn Hilden AllEars® Feature Writer Feature Article This article appeared in the May 23, 2017 Issue #922 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) Editor's Note: This story/information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all current rates, information and other details before planning your trip. So you've planned a trip to … Continue reading "SoCal Spotlight"
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The Character Experience

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by Mike Scopa AllEars® Feature Writer Feature Article This article appeared in the January 27, 2009 Issue #488 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) During the '90s, Walt Disney World discovered that its guests craved something above all else — and that was more character experiences. Guests wanted to see more characters, wanted to have more … Continue reading "The Character Experience"
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YUMMY FOR THE TUMMY Crystal Palace Character Breakfast

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by Debra Martin Koma AllEars® Senior Editor Feature Article This article appeared as part of the June 22, 2004 Issue #248 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) I'd never even set foot inside this beautiful Magic Kingdom restaurant until just a few weeks ago, so I was anxious to try the character breakfast here. We went … Continue reading "YUMMY FOR THE TUMMY Crystal Palace Character Breakfast"
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Spotting “Overlooked Attractions” at Epcot

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by Debra Martin Koma ALL EARS® Senior Editor This article appeared in the August 14, 2001, Issue #99 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) (Edited to update 8/2008) Editor's Note: This story/information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all current rates, information and other details before planning your trip. (Additional overlooked … Continue reading "Spotting “Overlooked Attractions” at Epcot"
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Incredibles 2 – Key Characters, Images and Voice Cast Announced

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Everyone’s favorite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” — but this time Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight, leaving Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson) at home with Violet (voice of Sarah Vowell) and Dash (voice of Huck Milner) to navigate the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life. It’s a tough … Continue reading "Incredibles 2 – Key Characters, Images and Voice Cast Announced"
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Disney Channel’s ‘Descendants 2’ news: brand-new characters, third prequel novel & Halloween costumes

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As filming of Disney Channel’s “Descendants 2” gets underway this month, three new characters and the actors who will play them have been revealed. The latest additions are offspring of additional Disney villains: ** Harry, the son of Peter Pan’s Captain Hook, will be played by Thomas Doherty. ** Uma, daughter of The Little Mermaid’s … Continue reading "Disney Channel’s ‘Descendants 2’ news: brand-new characters, third prequel novel & Halloween costumes"
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The Lion Guard Adventure brings new characters to Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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Animal experts from Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park help ensure script accuracy with Disney Junior's new program, "The Lion Guard." And then they work on the tail end of the production - promotion of the finished product - with an activity inside the park. The Lion Guard Adventure debuted Sunday, and we were there to check it out. Even though my daughter is no longer in the target age range of 2 to 7 years for the Disney Junior network, she still is interested in "The Lion Guard" and its presence at Animal Kingdom. After all, the show is a spinoff from the very popular 1994 animated movie, "The Lion King." The franchise has had several related stories since its introduction more than two decades ago. Most recently, it has been continued with a one-hour movie, "The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar," on Nov. 22, 2015, and then the Disney Junior series began on Jan. 15.
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