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  • Walt Disney Studio & Archive Trip Report

    I just posted our trip report from our tour of the D23 exclusive event for the Walt Disney Studios & Archives tour. I also have over 250 photos of the event as well for viewing. If you are interested in the photos or reading our detailed trip report CLICK HERE and enjoy.
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    Thanks for the report. It sounds like it was a great time and I hope I am able to get into a future tour. If only 50 people go per tour and there are three tours a day, then that means that each day they have tours, they can only accommodate 150 people.

    Thanks for the photos as well. I'm surprised they didn't park you guys in the Zorro parking structure, where they film a lot of chase scenes for movies and TV shows, including Alias.
    I'm attempting to watch and review every Disney movie ever made in my blog called The Disney Films. You can also follow me on Twitter for news on upcoming Disney films.

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      Re: Walt Disney Studio & Archive Trip Report

      6/23 D23 Tour at the Walt Disney Studios

      Buena Vista gate suggest their open lot, its probably only a couple of hundred for the day's tours. Easier for security to keep track of everyone and easier closer walk for attendees.
      http://micechat.com/forums/d23-disne...y-studios.html
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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        Great report and pictures! We were on the same tour, you got a picture of my back haha.

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          LOL James. Yeah my hope is that they continue to add tours and get at least 150 people in per day. It is something that all Disney fans should be able to do once in their life!
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