Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia – “Birds in the Spring”

Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia

Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia! With us this week is Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, Heidi from Heidi’s Head, and Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse!  This week we are taking a look at some “This Day in Disney History” information!  It’s not trivia, exactly, but it works for me, especially considering daylight savings time kicked in yesterday.

Did you know…

that, according to the “This Day In Disney History” website, March 11 is the date that the Disney Silly Symphony short, “Birds in the Spring” was released?  So today is the 80th anniversary of that short!  What is really interesting to me is that I was looking for something to share with you for Daylight Savings Time kicking in, and I came across this, but didn’t act on it because it wasn’t what I was looking for.  However, since it appeared within days of when I was looking at it earlier, it almost seems like I need to share it this time!  So, sit back and joy “Birds in the Spring” as we watch the short via YouTube!



Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia – Hercules

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Welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia post!  Along with my friends Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, Heidi from Heidi’s Head, and Jodi (our fearless leader!) from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, I’m Mike from My Dreams of Disney, here to share another Disney trivia tidbit for you to enjoy!

This month my daughter Sophie has been gathering the trivia for us, so here is what she came up with for this week!  Today’s trivia comes from the awesome book Disney Trivia from the Vault, by Mr. Dave Smith!

This week, Terry from Erial, NJ writes: “How did Disney come up with the name Megara for the heroine in Hercules? It’s my last name.”

Dave answered Terry this way: “According to Greek mythology, Hercules married Princess Megara of Thebes.  Although devoted to her and their children, in a fit of madness inflicted on him by Hera, Hercules slaughtered his family.  Obviously, Disney did not want to stick too closely to the original story!

I hope you have enjoyed this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia!  Leave it to my daughter to come up with a whopper of a trivia question! :)

We’ll be back next week, but in the meantime, click on the links below to see what the other’s are sharing this week!  If you want to purchase this book, click on the link to head over to Amazon!



Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia – Big Thunder Mountain Railroad!

IMG_3089 Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s edition of Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia!  As always, I am joined by my friends Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, and Heidi from Heidi’s Head!  Every week we present a special piece of Disney trivia, and invite you to include your own post with your own Disney trivia from your blog!

This month I have given the trivia tidbit research to my daughter Sophie to pull up some trivia to share with us, and she has come through with flying colors!  Today’s trivia question is from the Walt Disney World Trivia Book, Volume 2, by Lou Mongello!

According to the sign, what is the population of the little town that Big Thunder Mountain Railroad passes through?

a) 1
b) 1,971
c) “A whole bunch of critters, and little else”
d) “Dried out”

What do you think the answer is? Well, you don’t have to think too long, because the answer is “Dried out”.

I hope you have enjoyed this week’s trivia!  Check back next week for another trivia tidbit!

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Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia – Test Track Trivia!

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Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s edition of Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia!  Along with Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, Heidi from Heidi’s Head, and Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, I’m Mike from My Dreams of Disney here to talk Disney Trivia with you!

This week I’ve got a real tongue twister for you as we celebrate Test Track Trivia!  With the recent changes to Test Track over at Epcot’s Future World, I’m not certain if this is still applicable or not, but here it goes!  If anyone can confirm or deny this for me, that would be great!

Did you know…that the difference between the hot room and the cold room at Test Track is 100 Degrees Fahrenheit?!

I haven’t been to Test Track since the changes were made to the ride, so let me know if this is no longer the case, and thanks!  That bit of trivia was from Lou Mongello’s book Walt Disney World Trivia Book, Volume 2, which you can buy on Amazon or at your local bookstore.  Thanks, and Happy New Year everyone!

Now, take a look at the rest of the entries for this week!  Just click on the links below to head to those sites!

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Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia — The Great Movie Ride!

Welcome back to another edition of Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia as we share a special post of Disney trivia with you!  Along with my co-hosts Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, and Heidi from Heidi’s Head, I’m Mike from My Dreams of Disney!

For today’s trivia, I’m sharing a trivia question that Lou Mongello asked in The Walt Disney World Trivia Book, Volume 2!  This trivia question comes to us from Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and the question is about the Great Movie Ride.  Here is the question:

Female “gangsters” weren’t seen on The Great Movie Ride until _____?

a.) 1990

b.) 1995

c.) 2000

d.) 2003

Did you know…

That only male Cast Members played gangsters during the live-action sequence for The Great Movie Ride’s first 11 years? “Mugsi Tocatta,” the first female gangster, joined in 2000.

Thank you for stopping by!  Don’t forget to check out all of the other great blogs, including the ones of my friends from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, Disney Babies Blog, and Heidi’s Head — and all the other ones that link up!  Thanks!  Just click the links below!