Update: Contest Now Closed
Congratulations our four winners
Arilvdc, maximmom, CastMember02 and XCLIPSE129
We are giving away 4 pair of tickets to see a VERY special performance at the El Capitan Theater this Saturday - January 15, 2011 at 10am.
The program titled, Disney Pipes And Pops!, is a music and film show built around the Mighty Wurlitzer pipe-organ.
Acclaimed organist, Rob Richards, be playing along with talented pianist from Nashville named Alex Zsolt.
The performance will screen the two original silent Mickey Mouse cartoons PLANE CRAZY and GALLOPING GAUCHO, which will be accompanied the old-fashioned way on the Wurlitzer.
Plus, there will be a fabulous retrospective of Disney music from the 1920s to the "contemporary Disney classics"
And to help get the excitement started, we are giving away two sets of tickets on January 12th and 2 more sets on January 13th. All you need to do to enter is answer the question we have posted below. But pay attention, because we'll change the question on Wednesday the 12th. You may enter once for each question asked (A total of two chances to win).
And here's the question and answer for the first question:Question To Answer by 10pm (Pacific Time) on Thursday (January 13, 2011):
Steamboat Willie was the third Mickey Mouse cartoon to be produced, behind Plane Crazy (released six months earlier) and The Gallopin' Gaucho (produced earlier, but released later).
While Steamboat Willie was not the first Mickey Mouse cartoon, it was a first in a very special way. How so?
Answer: It was the first cartoon with a fully synchronized soundtrack.
Winners were selected at random from all correct answers. Winners were notified via private message on MiceChat. If you were a winner, please make sure that you must respond to Dustysage before noon on Friday the 14th in order to claim your tickets to this El Capitan theater performance. (tickets are only good for this one performance only and can not be returned or exchanged).Question To Answer by 10pm (Pacific Time) on Wednesday (January 12, 2011):
Disney composer Oliver Wallace was a famous theatre organist and pioneered the use of the pipe organ to accompany silent films. Can you name the classic Disney animated film for which he was composer and won an Oscar?
The answer (as I think ALL of you got) was "Dumbo"
Whether you won or not, we hope you won't miss this unique opportunity to visit the historic El Capitan Theater and see the Mighty Wurlitzer in action.
Disney Pipes and Pops!
El Capitan Theater this Saturday - January 15, 2011 at 10am.
Tickets are available at the boxoffice and online at El Capitan | Disney
also by phone 1-800-Disney6
Enter your answer below for a chance to win one of 4 sets of tickets to this performance (you may enter once for each question). The contest will close at 10 PM on Thursday the 13th.