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Fantasmic! at Disney's Hollywood Studios is a similar show copied from Disneyland California that opened on October 15, 1998. The show is situated in the Hollywood Hills Amphitheater which is between the Tower of Terror and Beauty and the Beast. Fantasmic! replaced the fireworks show Sorcery in the Sky. It was also used to help increase attendance at the park[2].


[edit] Disney Movies Used In The Show

Below is a list of the Disney films used in the show (not including characters at the end of the show):

  • 101 Dalmatians
  • Aladdin
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Bambi
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Cinderella
  • Dumbo
  • Fantasia
  • Hercules
  • Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Jungle Book
  • Lady and the Tramp
  • Little Mermaid
  • Lion King
  • Mulan
  • Pinocchio
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

[edit] Show Synopsis

The show begins with a female narrator giving a brief overview about the power of imagination. From that, the music rises and Mickey appears center stage and conducts water fountain effects. Giant screens made of water appear displaying scenes from the 'Sorcerer's Apprentice'. The show then fades into a scene from the Lion King featuring jungle animals painted in bright colors. The next scene is a montage of short scenes from Disney films projected inside animated bubbles on the water screens. Afterward, a cannon blast breaks the silence and darkness with sceens from Pocahontas as live action character Englishmen and Native Americans battle. The show then turns into classic scenes from Disney Movies including Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip, Cinderella and Prince Charming, and Princess Jasmine and Aladdin displayed on the water screens. Next, three small floats arrive, with Belle and the Beast, Ariel and Prince Eric, and Snow White and her Prince and dance in the spotlight.

The show then takes a scarier turn as Mickey's dream becomes a nightmare. The Wicked Queen from Snow White appears and conjures villains from the Disney movies to make Mickey's dream into a nightmare. Mickey then encounters Maleficent who becomes a 40-foot fire-breathing dragon that sets the water on fire. Mickey defeats the dragon and destroys the villains as he takes back his dream. The final scene includes the Steamboat Willie River Boat which features a number of Disney characters and pyrotechnics as the show ends[3].

[edit] Mickey Walk's on Water

The original finale was to have Mickey walking on the surface of the river and rising up in a column of water to fight the dragon. It was said that the effects had numerous technical issues to over come but others suggest it was never used due to the religious overtones of the scenes and that Disney's CEO Michael Eisner didn't want it including. A left over bit from this part of the show is still noted on the show's soundtrack CD with the last track being labeled 'Mickey Walks on Water/Evil Destroyed.'[4].

[edit] Show Schedule Changing

According to Disney's online calendar, the show's schedule will be changing in January 2009 to be only shown a few times a week instead of daily or twice daily[5][6].

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