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  • George Harrison & HM 1987 question

    back In 1988 George Harrison had a album called Cloud Nine, with a song "Got my mind set on you" I remember some one telling me the video was filmed in the HM. I found the video on you tube

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpOrIlYPil4

    but for the life of me i can't figure out if is the HM or not?
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    It's not.

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      That doesn't look like any of the Disney Haunted Mansions I've ever gone on.

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        Definately not.

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          "Weird Al" did a great parody of the song..."This Song Is Just Six Words Long"...one of his best efforts. And no, that's not the Haunted Mansion.

          --Barry
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            Great Song. The props might give that idea to someone who hasn't been there alot. But no it isn't.
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              I'd love to know where anyone would even get an idea like that. I mean anyone who had riden the ride even once should be able to tell that in no way, shape or form that that was shot in DL's (or any Disney) HM. Sometimes people create the stranges rumors. Don't blame you tahoebob54 for questioning this one not one bit. Think if I knew someone that believed this one I have to just laugh at them.
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                I'd have to say "Inspired by"

                Love George Harrison by the way.
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                  Originally posted by Jessicalover View Post
                  I'd love to know where anyone would even get an idea like that. I mean anyone who had riden the ride even once should be able to tell that in no way, shape or form that that was shot in DL's (or any Disney) HM. Sometimes people create the stranges rumors. Don't blame you tahoebob54 for questioning this one not one bit. Think if I knew someone that believed this one I have to just laugh at them.
                  thanks for all the responces, Its just that I have not been in the non holiday HM in 19 years. everytime I go to DL its in Nov or Dec.
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                    Re: George Harrison & HM 1987 question

                    Originally posted by Radiobarry View Post
                    "Weird Al" did a great parody of the song..."This Song Is Just Six Words Long"...one of his best efforts. And no, that's not the Haunted Mansion.

                    --Barry

                    LOVE LOVE LOVE Weird Al! I had forgotten all about that song...


                    sorry, back OT... nope not HM! But guess you already found that out! Doh!

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                      Re: George Harrison & HM 1987 question

                      Originally posted by Radiobarry View Post
                      "Weird Al" did a great parody of the song..."This Song Is Just Six Words Long"...one of his best efforts.
                      One of his best, yes, but not THE best. That would be "The Saga Begins".

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                        Originally posted by KDR View Post
                        One of his best, yes, but not THE best. That would be "The Saga Begins".

                        I'll have to disagree... I'm a fan of the Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota.
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