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All Aboard For Disney's Christmas Carol Train Tour!


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    Disney's "A Christmas Carol" coming soon to a train station near you

    Disney is about to embark on a cross country journey by train to take it's upcoming "A Christmas Carol" movie on the rail to cities near you.

    Along the way, the train will travel through 40 cities in 36 states. First stop Los Angeles.

    The train contains a screening room, interactive displays, and activities.

    Here's the press release from Disney:

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                  All Aboard For Disney's Christmas Carol Train Tour!


                  Disney News > Disney News Article
                  All Aboard For Disney's Christmas Carol Train Tour!

                  All aboard for the best free event ever! "Disney's A Christmas Carol Train Tour" starts this Memorial weekend and extends into Novemember. The event is sponsored by HP and is intended for families and individuals of all ages. Immerse your fun loving self in this interactive experience as AMTRAK whistles while it works itself across the nation, bringing the Disney techonology exibit to 40 major cities. The train tour will include a sneaky peaky at digital 3-D clips from the coming flick, Disney's A Christmas Carol, starring Jim Carey. A snowy setting embellished with the wintertry wonderland sites and sounds of the Christmas holiday season.

                  The train will be decked out in decorations, and include carolers as well as givaways and unexpected surprises ..including lots of fun activities, and snow! London's Charles Dickens Museum has provided authentic artifacts (artwork, costumes and props from the film). You and your family will have the opportunity to choose a chracter and morph your face with their's, using HP TouchSmart PCs. For all to enjoy will be an actual Disney Digital 3-D Theater. Demonstrations of performanc capture technology will be available for guests to explore.

                  "The Train Tour offers an innovative way for guests to interact with HP's latest technology and experience the magic behind the film."

                  Radio Disney will be on hand, offering kids a chance to enter a contest and the winners will become an official Movie Surfer for their respective hometowns...and receive a prize package of Christmas Carol and Movie Surfer gear. Guests will also be afforded the chance to win an HP TouchSmart PC along with an HP Photosmart wireless printer.

                  The Digital 3-D Theater will give "guests a sneak peek of "Disney's A Christmas Carol" and see other exclusive behind-the-scenes materials from the movie. The latest details about tour stops and scheduled events are available at"


                  Refer to the above link for "DISNEY'S A CHRISTMAS CAROL" TRAIN TOUR SCHEDULE.
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                      I saw the train come in to Union Station on Monday, it looks beautiful!


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                        Re: All Aboard For Disney's Christmas Carol Train Tour!

                        Disney's press release from today's opening "Train Tour" event at L.A.'s Union Station:

                        ALL ABOARD!

                        “DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL” TRAIN TOUR
                        AT LOS ANGELES’ UNION STATION

                        JIM CARREY and Director ROBERT ZEMECKIS joined Walt Disney Studios Chairman DICK COOK to kick off “Disney’s A Christmas Carol” Train Tour with a traditional opening ceremony, press conference, festive photo opportunity and an incredible 3D sneak peek of actual footage from the movie, which opens in theaters nationwide on November 6, 2009. The Train Tour will travel across the country with stops in 40 cities, offering visitors an exclusive 3D sneak peek of the movie as well as a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the making of the movie. It culminates in November at New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.

                        ABOUT THE TRAIN TOUR


                        ABOUT THE MOVIE

                        Ebenezer Scrooge (Jim Carrey) begins the Christmas holiday with his usual miserly contempt, barking at his faithful clerk (Gary Oldman) and his cheery nephew (Colin Firth). But when the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come take him on an eye-opening journey revealing truths Old Scrooge is reluctant to face, he must open his heart to undo years of ill will before it’s too late.

                        -Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Publicity
                        Publicity shots courtesy of Disney:

                        The "Christmas Carol" train parked at Union Station.

                        The inflatable theater where visitors can catch sneak previews of the film in 3D.

                        Jim Carrey under the watchful eye of his Scrooge doppleganger.

                        Carrey entertains the crowd while producer/director Robert Zemeckis looks on.

                        Walt Disney Studios chairman Dick Cook says a few words.

                        Cook, Carrey and Zemeckis.

                        Inside the train:

                        Various displays give a behind the scenes look at the making of "A Christmas Carol." On the right are maquettes of Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit. At center is a scale model of Big Ben.

                        More video screens show the technology and artistry involved in making the film.

                        Morph your own face into Scrooge's or those of other "Christmas Carol" characters.

                        Actual period clothing was used as a guide to create the digital costumes seen in the film.

                        Jim Carrey tries his hand at one of the interactive kiosks.

                        Last edited by disneytim; 05-21-2009, 10:05 PM.
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