Tell your Story the Walt Disney World Way, Using Disney Imagineering to Make Your Message Heard. Part 2

Welcome to The second Part of this book.

I like this part in this book also.

Stories are at the heart of everything the Imagineers do, and there is a story at the core of every attraction, shop, show, restaurant and venue in The Park.

For example of Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, you are watching a classic Mickey and Minnie Mouse cartoon in front a old theater screen with a red movie theater carpet on the ground.

In the Mickey and Minnie Mouse’s cartoon:

Mickey and Minnie Mouse are driving by Goofy’s railroad train until Goofy’s railroad train crashes into a barn and splits the movie theater screen.

Then you walk into the movie theater screen into the railroad station with pictures of trains and one is of Walt Disney driving a railroad train.

Then you walk to Goofy’s railroad train and board it.

Goofy takes you into a Mickey and Minnie Mouse cartoon.

I won’t spoil this ride for you.

I recommend you to go on this ride, when you go to Walt Disney World.

It’s my new favorite ride that is at Disney’s Hollywood Studio.

The Disney Company replaced The Great Movie Ride with Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway.

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Published by Paul Pederson

Disney imagineering fan, Disney storyteller, future Disney imagineer that is learning how to become a Disney imagineer at home buy reading Disney imagineering books and a Disney Fan of the Walt Disney Company A Disney traveler each year and a Disney imagineering Blogger, A Christian who believes in Jesus is Lord and that God sent his one and only son named Jesus Christ to die on the cross for my sins.

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