Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia! Today we have some “This Day in Disney History” for you to enjoy, along with an accompanying video!
Did you know…
That on November 25, 1933, the Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon Giantland is released? A forerunner to the Mickey and the Beanstalk segment of Fun and Fancy Free, it is directed by Bert Gillett. Giantland shows Mickey Mouse re-telling the story of “Jack and the Beanstalk,” where he plays the main character and takes on Rumplewatt, the “King of the Giants – Prince of the Tyrants.”
Now, enjoy the Disney cartoon Giantland!
Now that you’ve enjoyed the video, please take some time and check out the rest of the entries! Just click on the links below, and thank you for stopping by today!
Hello everyone, and welcome to our special series where we focus on the beauty of Walt Disney World during the Christmas season. Thanks to my friend Andy from WDW Shutterbug, we are able to share with you some of the incredible beauty that you will experience the day you are able to visit Walt Disney World during the Christmas season — or, if you aren’t able to be there, you can get an idea of what it will be like when you are there! You may remember that last week we brought you a Magic Kingdom Virtual Christmas Tour, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this look at The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
Millions of Lights!
Millions of Lights…all synchronized to music…that is the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights! What started at the home of Jennings Osborne, in Arkansas, grew and grew and grew until there was too many lights to handle. That’s when the Osborne Family donated the lights and music to Walt Disney World — in 1995 — and Disney’s Hollywood Studios became the home to this treasure. The best thing of all, perhaps? It’s built into the cost of your admission when you visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
Now, sit back, relax, and enjoy our photographic tour, thanks to Andy from WDW Shutterbug!
So, what do you think? For those that have been to Walt Disney World during the Christmas season, which park do you like better? Magic Kingdom or Disney’s Hollywood Studios? If you haven’t been before, which park do you think you will get more enjoyment out of — and keep the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party out of the equation for the moment. Think it over, and let me know in the comments! Thanks for stopping by, have a great day!