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  • Disney retools daily parade in Magic Kingdom- Orlando Sentinel- 8/3/06

    Article from the Orlando Sentinel- August 3, 2006
    Disney retools daily parade in Magic Kingdom
    Disney retools daily parade in Magic Kingdom
    by Scott Powers

    The daily parade at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom is losing its snow globes and getting a touch of Japan. The "Disney Dreams Come True" parade starts rolling Aug. 10 with new music borrowed from the Tokyo Disneyland parade, new characters and revised floats that get rid of the giant globes that were signature features in the old "Share a Dream Come True" parade.
    Full Story: Disney retools daily parade in Magic Kingdom
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    Re: Disney retools daily parade in Magic Kingdom- Orlando Sentinel- 8/3/06

    More here...

    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/bus...lobes_no_.html


    Walt Disney World is planning a few changes in its daily parade at Magic Kingdom, including a new (but not very different) name, some new (borrowed) music and the elimination of the snow globes that were signature features on all the floats of the old "Share a Dream Come True" parade.
    Some of the changes are being phased in. The full new look and sound -- under the name "Disney Dreams Come True" parade -- will be rolling through Frontierland, Liberty Square and Main Street U.S.A. by August 10, give or take a couple of days, said Disney spokesman Rick Sylvain.

    He said the floats will get new embellishments to replace the snow globes. And a few characters will be added or changed.
    Perhaps the biggest change will be the music. The parade will take on and adapt the music used for Tokyo Disneyland's daily parade, with the lyrics revised to English.

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