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This week, the Mouse Lounge explores what its like to audition for the Disney Parks and boards a pair of boats… one little, one big.
Whether you’re a performer a not, enjoy the first of this three part series to get an inside glimpse at what it takes to audition for Walt Disney World.
In From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record. This week, from Melody Time, we listen to Billy May's Capitol Records classic, Little Toot.
Next climb aboard a much larger vessel and circumnavigate Top Sawyer Island circa 1962. From Walt Disney’s, World of Color episode, Disneyland After Dark join in on the fun aboard the Mark Twain with Louis Armstrong, the Dapper Dans, and blues legend, Monette Moore.
From the Disneyland Attraction Archives: Stay aboard the Mark Twain and listen to the narration and soundtrack that echoed through the decks of this classic Disneyland water faring vessel.
Then, take a musical trip around the Rivers of America in Disneyland with the Main Street Strawhatters performing a full set aboard the Mark Twain.
We close the show with a duo of boat-themed tracks. First, from the original 1953 Peter Pan soundtrack, a rare Oliver Wallace demo of a song discarded before the film was complete. Have a listed to, “The Boatswain’s Song.
Then disembark from the show into Old New Orleans with the classic, “River Boat Shuffle”.
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