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  • Who is Robert Weis?

    An what has he done for Disney? I just wanted to know what a Disney fan knows about him.

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    Re: Who is Robert Weis?

    Not sure about now, but he was a Senior Vice President of Walt Disney Imagineering, in charge of the park's creative development back in 1993. He was the chief imaginer in charge of "Disney's America" that they were planning to build in Washington D.C.

    Robert Weiswas also quoted saying: "We want you to feel what it was like to be a slave, and what it was like to escape the Underground Rail-road" which might have ended up actually sinking the park. You can still find quite a few articles talking about the park.
    Last edited by DisneyMouse; 07-02-2007, 10:49 PM. Reason: Adding quotation from artical.

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      Re: Who is Robert Weis?

      What about now?

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        Re: Who is Robert Weis?

        Originally posted by TIS17 View Post
        What about now?
        Why? Are we doing your homework for you surprisingly enough, I can't find anything on him on the Disney Database (what little that is open to the public).

        The next step is to start checking the Disney Co. 10-K, 8-K's and Q's 92-95 Forms for information. They need to inform all layoffs/firings of upper management with SEC and their Stockholders. He's going to be in there some where. Though I don't know how fond you are of going through 90 page documents…
        Last edited by DisneyMouse; 07-02-2007, 11:26 PM.

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          Re: Who is Robert Weis?

          well im going to meet him and wanted to know what he has done.

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            Re: Who is Robert Weis?

            In addition to what's already be reported here about "Disney's America"...he "did" Disney-MGM Studios in Florida...among many other things. He also designed a truly fabulous Disney Studios theme park for Paris...but it never got built.

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              Re: Who is Robert Weis?

              Originally posted by TIS17 View Post
              What about now?
              http://www.design-island.com
              "Dope smoking insects and reckless driving always work." -- Cousin Orville

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                Re: Who is Robert Weis?

                Originally posted by Opus1guy View Post
                In addition to what's already be reported here about "Disney's America"...he "did" Disney-MGM Studios in Florida...among many other things. He also designed a truly fabulous Disney Studios theme park for Paris...but it never got built.
                One thing wrong... I suppose as long as your mess-up isn't public, you're good.

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