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Very informative. The Alice Davis experience sounds very promising, if marketed properly. I mean we're talking about a very vital person in Imagineering what with her assistance in IASW and especially POTC. Plus she could also talk about what her husband, Marc, did as well. At least I think his name was Marc.
Best interview answer: My biggest weakness is my honesty...I can never remember my lies!
I had the pleasure of seeing the "Walt and El Grupo" documentary at last year's Seattle International Film Festival. I thought it was terrific, so don't miss it if you have the chance!
Also, if you're a film fan and you've never seen a true Cinerama presentation, you really owe it to yourself. It's a truly unique filmgoing experience that's hard to describe, but just blows you away when you actually see it. One of the other places in the world that can still show these films just happens to be here in Seattle where I live. They haven't shown them in a couple of years, but I've seen both This Is Cinerama and How the West was Won a couple of times there. They're just awesome! And now that Circlevision is a part of Yesterland, this is as close as you can get to re-creating that experience!