Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 78 “Journey Into Adulthood”

Disney Detective explores the possibility of famed Disney Imagineer Tony Baxter returning to help remake Journey Into Imagination with Figment. Disney+ will reportedly be moving some of it’s more mature content to the streaming service along with parental controls. And we’ll take a look at 12 unique items from Disney’s Secret Vault.

Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy will take a look at George Lucas’ reaction to the Mandalorian and how his faith in the franchise is once again restored. Entertainment News will look at NBC’s efforts to revitalize Broadway and Netflix just dropped a teaser trailer for the upcoming season of “The Crown”.

Show Notes
  • Introduction
    • Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 78 “Journey into Adulthood”
    • My patient and articulate  co-host Michelle Whalen

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  • Disney Detective
    • Tony Baxter Wants to Redo Journey Into Imagination With Figment, Would Come Out of Retirement to Help
    • https://blogmickey.com/2020/08/tony-baxter-wants-to-redo-journey-into-imagination-with-figment-would-come-out-of-retirement-to-help/?fbclid=IwAR3f3I-jx6kUvhprCAdFo6dM9LU7WlZpPnhEngpWHn0fJJKAcaxGZZX0LR8
    • https://bit.ly/3j356Zg 
    • One of the agenda items on many EPCOT fan’s wish list over the years has been a redo of the Journey Into Imagination With Figment attraction in Future World. When Disney announced their ambitious plans for an EPCOT overhaul, some of which has been scaled back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they left out Journey Into Imagination With Figment from the discussion.
      • Many fans were holding out hope that a refresh of the ride might come in a later phase of the EPCOT reimagining, but with Disney tightening the purse strings in the coming years as the travel industry rebounds from a global pandemic, any “phase two” or “phase three” EPCOT plans could be years, if not a decade or more into the future. That said, former Imagineer Tony Baxter recently brought up the idea of a Journey Into Imagination With Figment redo.
      • Speaking at a TEA@USC event the other night (YouTube video since deleted), Baxter broached the subject of a Journey Into Imagination With Figment refresh saying, “I just wish we would do the ride over. I would come back out of retirement to do that ride over”.
      • Of course, Disney fans would actually know that Tony Baxter recently came out of retirement (to an extent) to work on another project – the reimagining of Splash Mountain into a Princess and the Frog-themed attraction. Baxter will be a creative advisor on the retheming after working on the original Splash Mountain. His work on Splash Mountain to completely remove an Intellectual Property would presumably be different than work he would like to do on Journey Into Imagination With Figment which would likely stay true to the source material.
    • Disney+ reportedly won’t always be so family-friendly
    • https://www.looper.com/238547/disney-reportedly-wont-always-be-so-family-friendly/
    • https://bit.ly/3hlThwV 
      • The House of Mouse might be adding a new wing, with a sign on the door: NO KIDS ALLOWED.
      • Industry insider Grace Randolph, the creator and host of the Behind the Trailer YouTube series, recently took to Twitter with a sizzling rumor claiming that streamer Disney+ will soon be adding a grownups-only section in which to house its more adult content. While the move wouldn’t be completely unexpected, it would be surprising considering that it isn’t Disney’s only option for capitalizing on its adult fare.
      • In case you’re now saying, “Excuse me… what adult fare?”, it might be helpful to know that plenty of the library of 20th Century Studios (formerly 20th Century Fox), which was acquired by Disney in a blockbuster deal early last year, contains content that decidedly would not be appropriate for the streamer’s current family-friendly vibe. Disney has also fielded grown-up entertainment for years under its Touchstone imprint, among others, and Randolph’s tweet specifically singled out those two libraries as the main beneficiaries of the alleged re-jiggering. “I’m hearing #DisneyPlus is DEFINITELY creating adult section for #Fox & #Touchstone content,” Randolph tweeted. “You’ll need a pin code or something like that to unlock it as a parental control.”
      • If this comes to pass, it will put an end to the speculation that has raged ever since the Fox acquisition as to just how the heck squeaky-clean Disney intends to capitalize on all of its non-kid-friendly properties. Since the Mouse House also happens to enjoy primary ownership (and full operational control) of Hulu, the general consensus had that streamer pegged as the most likely home for the kind of stuff that you just don’t want your kids stumbling across while they’re searching Disney+ for Winnie the Pooh. Expanding Disney+ to include all of the company’s available library, with a parental control mechanism in place, would constitute an enormous bump in the volume of content available — and could drive even more subscribers to the streamer, which recently reported surpassing the 60 million mark.
      • Disney created the Touchstone imprint in 1984 specifically to branch out into movies for grown-ups, and while a handful of Touchstone flicks (notably Who Framed Roger Rabbit) have already taken up residence on the streamer, an adult section would make room for many, many popular hits. Classics like Pretty Woman, Dead Poets Society, and Good Morning, Vietnam were all released under the imprint, along with R-rated action fare like Enemy of the State, Con Air, and Ransom. The new section could also house flicks released under Disney’s now-defunct Hollywood Pictures label — which fielded such decidedly adult films as The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Tombstone, and The Sixth Sense — and Miramax, which the Mouse House owned from 1993 to 2010. Movies released under that label in that time frame include The Crow, Pulp Fiction, Clerks, and The Aviator.
      • Then there’s the former 20th Century Fox. While the films of the X-Men series have already started popping up on the streamer (fitting in nicely with all of that Marvel content), the R-rated favorites Deadpool, Deadpool 2, and Logan have yet to make an appearance,which we’re betting would change pretty much immediately after the implementation of parental controls. The studio also fielded a ridiculous number of adult-oriented hits over its eight-plus decades in existence — between 2000 and 2019 alone, you could find From Hell, Minority Report, The Passion of the Christ, The Transporter, 28 Weeks Later, Taken, Prometheus, and Gone Girl among its titles, and that’s just scraping the surface.
      • All of which is to say that if Randolph’s scoop is accurate, it will be very big news, indeed, and could even bring Disney+ one step closer to actually becoming the “Netflix killer” it was billed as before its late 2019 launch. We’ll be keeping our finger on the pulse of this story, and we’ll bring you more news as it develops.
    • 12 Fascinating Things Inside Disney’s Secret Vault
    • https://www.rd.com/article/disneys-secret-vault/
    • https://bit.ly/3aNNk9l 
      • Did you know that Disney has a hidden treasure trove filled all sorts of cool artifacts and memorabilia? Here’s a sneak peek into its hallowed halls.
      • No matter how many times you’ve visited the parks and no matter how much Disney trivia you know, there’s still plenty to uncover. You’ll find some of those secrets in the Walt Disney Archives, the official historical repository, research facility, and archive for the entire Walt Disney Corporation. While its home base is in Burbank, California, at the Walt Disney Studios Lot, it also has secret warehouses across southern California.
      • We cover everything at Disney—from things that are obvious like the parks and the studios and television, but also cable TV, ESPN, all of the movie studios (including Marvel, Lucas, Pixar, and now 21st Century Fox), and anything else under the Walt Disney umbrella,” says Rebecca Cline, director of the Walt Disney Archives. Not only do the Archives keep the history of the whole company, but they also have information from the earliest history of Walt Disney’s life as a child and some unusual and nostalgic artifacts from the happiest places on Earth.
      • Founded in 1970, four years after Walt Disney’s death, the Archives just celebrated its 50th anniversary in June 2020. It was the brainchild of Walt’s brother, Roy O. Disney, who took over as CEO after Walt died. He had been approached by a librarian at UCLA, Dave Smith, who was looking to put together a bibliography of books written about Disney up until that point. “Walt Disney’s office had been closed up since his passing in 1966, and they hadn’t really done anything with the materials or the furnishings in the office,” says Cline. “In 1969, Roy hired Dave to spend a year inventorying Walt’s offices. That’s where they got the idea that it would be a good idea to keep the company’s history. So many people at the time were passing away or retiring, and they were losing the institutional knowledge that they had about the company’s history.”
      • The Walt Disney Archives started out as just one person in one office in the old animation building. Since then, it’s grown to a staff of 30, hosts exhibitions, and engages in fan support with the official Disney fan club, D23. One item of particular interest to Smith was Walt Disney’s last known written message.
      • How many items are in the Archives?
      • The short answer: millions. “Now that Fox is part of the Walt Disney Archives, we recently combined their archive into ours. We had five million photos in our archives, and with their addition, we now have 25 million!” says Cline, who co-authored the new book Holiday Magic at the Disney Parks: Celebrations Around the World from Fall to Winter, which features both vintage and recent photos of the parks from 1955 through the present. “We have 25 million photos, thousands and thousands of costumes and props, hundreds of ride vehicles and real vehicles, huge boxes of merchandise, and all kinds of files from all over the company. It’s [also] every video ever produced, every DVD, pretty much every book published by the company, sheet music, and every piece of collateral given out at the parks. It’s a massive amount of material.”
      • So, what’s actually in there? Let’s take a look!
        • The Redhead from Pirates of the Caribbean
        • When Disney announced that it was redoing the auction scene in the classic ride Pirates of the Caribbean, some fans were upset. They were even more upset when the original Redhead was replaced in 2018 with a more modern female pirate named Redd (who, admittedly, presents a more empowered, less sexist portrayal of women). The original Redhead from the auction scene is now stored in the Walt Disney Archives, and she’s sometimes on display for cast members (aka Disney employees) to see as they walk through the hallways. Disney regularly revamps its attractions.
        • The snow globe from Mary Poppins
        • When Mary Poppins debuted in 1964, it was an instant classic. Unfortunately, many of the props and costumes were destroyed or sold because the Walt Disney Archives didn’t exist yet. One priceless prop from the film, however, was saved: the snow globe that’s featured in Walt Disney’s favorite song, “Feed the Birds.” When the Archives were founded, Smith searched through basements and closets on the studio lot, and that’s when he found the snow globe—it was sitting on a shelf in a janitor’s office after it had been literally taken out of the trash.
        • Roger Rabbit’s iconic silhouette
        • When it premiered in 1988, Who Framed Roger Rabbit was utterly unique, combining live-action storytelling with modern animation techniques in a way that felt completely real. The movie has many memorable scenes, including when Roger blasts through the blinds in R.K. Maroon’s office. The blinds have a super distinct cutout of Roger that fans adore. In fact, the movie was featured in an episode the Disney+ show Prop Culture, which discusses movie props like this one in the Walt Disney Archives.
        • A vintage Parade of Pumpkins picture
        • Cline’s book provides a glimpse into true Disney history with vintage photos from Halloweens past, like one depicting a cavalcade of kids in the Parade of Pumpkins. When the first event was held in 1959, a thousand real pumpkins were delivered to Disneyland, and on October 24, kids 12 and under were allowed to pick a pumpkin for free and take it home to carve. The next week on Halloween, all of the kids were welcomed back to Disneyland to have their pumpkins judged and paraded through the park.
        • Old-school seasonal props
        • Not everything at Disney stands the test of time. But when certain things are retired, like decor from a restaurant or an attraction, they’re often put in the Archives instead of trashed. “We have things from window displays from Main Street that are holiday-themed. We’ve got props and things that are carried in parades—[for example, horns, puppets, and props] from the Tapestry of Nations parade at Epcot, the Christmas parade, or Candlelight Processional ceremonies,” says Cline. While things will be different this year because of the pandemic, take a look at how Disney normally celebrates the holidays.
        • A very special countdown to Halloween
        • The Haunted Mansion is one of Disneyland’s most popular attractions. During the fall and winter, the ride gets one of the park’s biggest seasonal layovers and becomes Haunted Mansion Holiday. This version of the ride takes you on the same track as the regular ride—but it has a Nightmare Before Christmas twist. The overlay starts outside, where the entire queue and grounds of the Haunted Mansion are decorated with white and black striped ribbons and garlands a la Jack Skellington. While the props for this holiday extravaganza are still in use, Walt Disney Archives does have the countdown register from the town hall set used in the original film. This register was the inspiration for the countdown clock you’ll see outside of the attraction before entering the foyer and stretching room. Here are another 15 things you probably didn’t know about Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion.
        • Toy soldier costumes
        • In 1960, Walt Disney debuted the Parade of Toys to get people excited about the upcoming film Babes in Toyland. In one of the film’s iconic sequences, toy soldiers come to life, and that was a huge part of the parade as well. Fast-forward almost 60 years, and visitors can still see toy soldiers march down Main Street U.S.A. during the annual Christmas celebrations. As costumes get worn out or retired, says Cline, they are packed up and sent to the Archives for storage. Did you love toy soldiers as a kid? Find out what the most popular toy was the year you were born.
        • Walt Disney’s Tom and Jerry set
        • “Walt Disney and his family liked to do what were called Tom and Jerrys, which is a kind of hot eggnog drink. In his apartment at Disneyland, there was an eggnog set, and it’s still there at his apartment at Disneyland,” says Cline. When the Walt Disney Archives restored Walt Disney’s office at the studio lot five years ago, Cline bought a similar set to put into Walt’s office, which is now managed by the Walt Disney Archives. The team from the Walt Disney Archives also decorates Walt’s office with holiday decorations from the ’50s and ’60s.
        • Walt’s Christmas list
        • Walt did his best to make the holidays extra special for those around him—and a very special box stuffed with index cards shows just how thoughtful he was. “Walt would always send gifts to the families and children of his employees and business partners,” Cline explains. “His assistants had a box that had index cards, and every index card would have the family name, then the name of the child, and what gift they were given that year. It was dated so that he didn’t accidentally give them the same gift twice in a row.” Every year, as Walt sent out gifts, it was logged on the cards. When kids reached a certain age, they were then sent a corporate Christmas card. “We have a few that were signed by Walt and Lilly, so we know those were ones that they hand-wrote,” Cline says. Check out 24 of the best vintage Disney Christmas cards from every decade.
        • Stained-glass windows from the Disney Candlelight Processional
        • Disney’s Candlelight Processional and Ceremony is the oldest holiday tradition at the Disney parks. It debuted in 1955, grew bigger over the years, and even expanded to a second location at Magic Kingdom in 1971 (which then subsequently moved to Epcot). The procession brings together a group of singers, a celebrity narrator, and a live orchestra. In the Archives, says Cline, you’ll find some of the big stained-glass windows that were retired from the Walt Disney World festivities.
        • This guy!
        • Heimlich’s Chew Chew Train was a beloved attraction at Disney California Adventure. The classic ride was closed in 2018 to make way for Avengers Campus at the park, and when the attraction closed, the Walt Disney Archives received one of the ride cars that looked just like Heimlich from the Pixar animated feature A Bug’s Life. Here are some more discontinued Disney rides we wish could come back.
        • A crown fit for a cat
        • If you’ve ever seen The Princess Diaries, then you know that the main character Mia, played by Anne Hathaway, has a cat named Fat Louie. During the beloved film and its sequel, Fat Louie wears this tiny bejeweled crown. It’s one of the smallest prop crowns in the Walt Disney Archives collection.

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  • Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy
    • ‘Mandalorian’ Bosses Reveal George Lucas’ Reaction to the Disney+ Series
    • https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/mandalorian-bosses-reveal-george-lucas-reaction-disney-serieshttps-www-hollywoodreporter-com-heat-vision-mandalorian-bosses-reveal-george-lucas-reaction-disney-series-1307207?fbclid=IwAR1_zG4bq9LjCPe6u_RhlDNc5ZPCt6KOCIIbNaR963UJ9DYNdDXs0VTAb1c
    • https://bit.ly/3glElNR 
    • On Nov. 12, Disney+ launched with a major offering for subscribers: the first live-action Star Wars show and the most meme-able new TV character on the internet. Executive producers Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s The Mandalorian, which stars Pedro Pascal as a mysterious bounty hunter, fueled Disney+ to impressive signup numbers (the service now reaches more than 60.5 million paid subscribers) and was rewarded with 15 Emmy nominations, including a drama series nom that is rare for a sci-fi show. Filoni, who for years has masterminded many of Star Wars’ popular animated shows, is also nominated this year for Star Wars: Resistance. The pair took a break from postproduction on season two (due out in October) to recall keeping Baby Yoda (which they call The Child) a secret and George Lucas’ reaction to the series so far.
    • DAVE FILONI I don’t think anything can prepare you for the reaction to be so all-encompassing. It seemed like everyone just fell in love with this little guy that we had known from the shoot. The first person who really clocked that it was going to be bigger than I realized was [castmember] Werner Herzog. We were so focused on making it and bringing it to life, but Werner was like, “This is really magical.”
      • Keeping The Child a secret meant not allowing merchandise to be made early, which left money on the table for Disney. Jon, what were those conversations like?
    • JON FAVREAU I thought it was very important to establish that there were going to be surprises. When you are promoting a film, you are putting your best stuff out there in the marketing campaign because you want everybody to show up that Friday. Television is different. You want to be able to build. You want word-of-mouth to spread. You want people to tune in and know that something is going to happen that they are going to want to talk about.
      • At the end of episode five, “The Gunslinger,” a mysterious figure shows up with spurs. Fans quickly noted that Boba Fett had similar spurs in the original trilogy. How much do you debate when to put in teases like that?
    • FILONI We try to layer in things in the universe of Star Wars to make it feel authentic, but also to give a little nod, clues, whatever they may be. They can be small to large. You can look at a movie and you recognize Club Obi-Wan in [Indiana Jones and the] Temple of Doom, and that’s a different kind of wink. Our things are always a little more in-universe. Jon and I love that stuff because we are fans. We both keep our eyes open for things that we like or little connective things that might mean something to people like us.
      • Dave, you are very close with George Lucas and are considered by many fans to be his heir apparent. What kind of feedback did he give you about season one?
    • FILONI Not a tremendous amount. We talk about other stuff. When I talk with him, I like to get more knowledge. He’ll give me some reminders, especially before I shoot something, about how many setups I should try to get in a day, and I might rack his brain for certain things about how to cover a scene. He’s been very complimentary. I think he’s enjoyed the show, and he said once [that] now he gets to watch it as a fan and watch it as a viewer. My job is to bring that knowledge forward and pass on what I’ve learned from him in every discipline to Jon and to the creative departments.
      • Given that your production involves a lot of virtual sets, will that make it easier to get back to filming a potential third season amid COVID-19 restrictions?
    • FAVREAU The fact that the set is much more contained is a benefit, because you can limit the number of people. A lot of the people controlling it are doing it remotely from what we call the Brain Bar, which is a bank of gaming computers, essentially. The amount of people near the camera could be much smaller than [usual]. We also shoot a lot outside, which is helpful, too. We build to a moment in filming more like an animated production, where we have a lot of storyboards, a lot of discussions and scouting in virtual reality. We use cinematic tools in VR much the same way we did for The Lion King and The Jungle Book. A lot of times the actors you are seeing on the screen aren’t actually there on set.
      • Emmy nominee Giancarlo Esposito made a big impact with limited screen time this season. Did you make a promise that he’d have even more to do in season two?
    • FAVREAU I had worked with him on Jungle Book, and we worked on a show together called Revolution. That was me being able to reach out to him and call in a favor. We knew that he would bring a theatrical nature but also an emotional grounding, because he is such a fantastic actor. I think Star Wars relies upon the actors to really ground it, because it could otherwise feel like something frivolous. You really need a couple of heavy hitters in there to bring reality to the world.
    • And The Odds Are…
    • Perhaps the biggest twist of the drama race is the inclusion of The Mandalorian. The Disney+ Star Wars series from Jon Favreau, part Western and part IP machine, gave the new platform Baby Yoda, heat for the young streamer and, now, a daunting 15-nomination haul at its first Emmys. As the only freshman series in a race full of aging and returning nominees and even one former winner (The Handmaid’s Tale), the element of surprise could certainly work in its favor. But are TV Academy voters ready to embrace a space opera in which the titular lead rarely shows his face in the night’s most competitive category? Game of Thrones proved that fantasy was not off the table, but the former Emmy champ was undeniably embedded in the zeitgeist. This probably isn’t The Mandalorian’s year.

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  • Entertainment News
    • NBC looking to revitalize Broadway with splashy primetime special
    • https://pagesix.com/2020/08/19/nbc-looking-to-revitalize-broadway-with-splashy-primetime-special/?fbclid=IwAR164g6FseVnkRe5IN_elktWABbDHVCK80gX3zYwsu9vU2psvd4H7bq1O84
    • https://pge.sx/3l6xyv3 
      • NBC is planning to launch a splashy primetime Broadway special in October, Page Six has exclusively learned, in which casts from top Broadway shows will perform.
      • The network has reached out to all Broadway shows, we hear, to participate in the special so far. But theater insiders tell us there’s now backstage drama at some of the shows as producers scramble to participate, and their stars get ready for the big night.
      • A showbiz insider told us: “Producers who have been hurt by shutdown don’t want to spend a lot of money… Some casts are worried that they haven’t performed in six months and need rehearsals and costume fittings because they might have put on a little weight. Some also want to be paid a week’s salary to participate.”
      • Said another source: “There are definitely challenges. A number of shows are confirmed. Some of the shows are really frustrated it can’t work for them.”
      • The show’s production budget would not necessarily include flying together every cast member from large shows. While some shows are primed to participate in the big NBC showcase, others are still figuring out how to bring together their casts who may now be spread around the country with theaters shut. One solution could be to have some stars do solo numbers, while others utilize larger casts.
      • The theater world has been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic with Broadway shut since March through at least January of 2021.
      • NBC has had a long commitment to theater with previous live specials of Broadway shows that mix theater pros with pop and movie stars. NBC has launched “Hairspray” with Ariana Grande, “The Wiz!” with Mary J. Blige and Common, and “Peter Pan” with Christopher Walken, among others.
      • Said a theater pro of NBC’s latest special concept: “NBC has deep roots in the theater. The question is how do we get people to see these shows, and give these shows an audience?” when there is no live theater.
      • Andrew Lloyd Webber recently experimented at his London Palladium venue to show how live performances can go on with COVID safety measures.
    • Netflix Just Dropped A Teaser Trailer For “The Crown” Season 4 And We Get Our First Glimpse Of Princess Diana
    • https://www.buzzfeed.com/benhenry/the-crown-season-4-trailer-princess-diana?fbclid=IwAR3E9bndqv5QnUASlJyqyLynP4MtJ33jRYmcAt0YGa_t9Jjh5SFXbwAsWtI
    • https://bzfd.it/34qmuTU 
      • The moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here — Netflix has just revealed the release date for the fourth season of The Crown.
      • Yep, the big-budget drama returns to our screens on November 15th. But, not content with just giving us that nugget of information, Netflix also dropped a teaser trailer which gave us our first glimpse of Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher in action.
      • “Something as important as the monarchy simply cannot be allowed to fail,” Olivia Colman says dramatically at the top of the trailer as we get our first shots of Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher.
      • Only one thing could upstage that though — the introduction of Emma Corrin as Princess Diana.
      • In the short clip, we see Diana battling with the sudden press attention after meeting Charles.
      • And, of course, there’s a brief glimpse of some of Diana’s most iconic and memorable outfits.
      • Which leads us to the trailer’s climax — the wedding dress.
      • Season four of the show sees the return of notable cast members such as Olivia Colman (Queen Elizabeth II), Tobias Menzies (Prince Charles), and Helena Bonham Carter (Princess Margaret).

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  • Insightful Picks
    • Michelle 
      • Howard
      • Disney+
      • http://www.howardmovie.com/
      • https://bit.ly/2Eh2g49 
        • Howard is a 2018 American documentary film written and directed by Don Hahn about the life of songwriter Howard Ashman.
        • The untold story of Howard Ashman, the brilliant lyricist behind Disney classics like ALADDIN, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, THE LITTLE MERMAID and creator of musicals including LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, whose unparalleled career and vibrant life were cut short by the AIDS epidemic at only 39 years old.
        • Howard Ashman grew up in an average Jewish family in Baltimore with an extraordinary love for musical theater. After college, he opened a theater in a derelict section of New York and struggled to put on shows, until his adaptation of Roger Corman’s film LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS becomes a huge Off-Off-Broadway hit and catapults him into the limelight. Finally on Broadway, he collaborates with the Oscar- and Tony-winner Marvin Hamlisch to create the ultimately disappointing Smile. Embarrassed, Howard fled to Los Angeles and took up with a struggling gang of artists in a warehouse—Disney animators who had just been kicked off the studio lot until they could prove themselves.
        • Along with Alan Menken, Howard writes the Oscar winning songs for THE LITTLE MERMAID. While the film becomes a global phenomenon, Howard is diagnosed with HIV—which he kept a secret in an era when AIDS is a death sentence and gay men are
        • at the margins of society. After creating the initial songs for ALADDIN, Howard’s health deteriorated and he wrote the lyrics to BEAUTY AND THE BEAST from his hospital. Howard died before he was able to see his final Disney films release, but the legacy of his work lives on in Broadway productions and live action remakes for a new generation.
    • Joe
      • The King’s Highway
      • Amazon Prime
      • Originally produce in 2016
      • https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B074776MQB/ref=atv_hm_hom_1_c_iEgOEZ_2_3
      • https://amzn.to/3laWcec 
        • The King’s Highway is a Documentary film about the untold story of Northeast Philadelphia’s impact on America and the historical significance of this region. The historic buildings and structures along the King’s Highway along with the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route are the foundation of the film. Augmenting that with in-depth historical coverage of Philadelphia’s three defining creeks and rivers, will allow for a very comprehensive depiction. Our expert speakers and documentary filmmaker Jason Sherman will provide the narrative. Archival footage, documents, photographs and artifacts gives you a glimpse into the past. Time lapse, aerial, and walk-through footage of many locations enables you to see the beauty that has been all but forgotten. The goal of the film is to not only spread awareness about the historic value of this area, but to also showcase the historians and preservationists that are fighting to keep our beautiful city and the history of the United States of America intact.

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time to do it

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no no we seem to do it after a meal and

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that’s always

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right and that’s the problem we need to

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do it before the meal

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because you know the whole digestion and

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just wanting a nap you know exactly

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that’s okay we’re gonna work on that

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yeah so uh in our disney detective

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segment today we will be talking about

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the possibility of redoing

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imagination a journey into imagination

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with figment

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no comment there no i figured i’d you

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know

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i’d wait uh then we’ll be talking about

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disney plus won’t always be

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a family-friendly network we’re going to

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get some

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not adult-oriented content but not

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that kind of adult-oriented content but

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not

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just children’s correct content

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which we kind of knew that we were going

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to have to branch out sooner or later

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then we have 12 fascinating things to

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talk about

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inside disney’s secret vault

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is one of those by chance uh walt

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disney’s head in formaldehyde or frozen

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or something like that no

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his christmas list oh well that’s that’s

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i guess that’s good now sure sure uh in

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our

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tales from the galaxy’s edge we’ll be

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talking about

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george lucas’s reaction to uh the

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mandalorian

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which i actually had seen this article

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myself too so it’s uh

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interesting story in our entertainment

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news we will be looking

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at nbc’s efforts to revitalize broadway

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with a primetime special

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i’m not sure why it’s just nbc but maybe

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we’ll get into that

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netflix just dropped a teaser trailer

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for uh the next season

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of the crown um and we’ll get our first

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glimpse at

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uh who princess diana is gonna be

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so sounds up uh like an interesting

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story

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and then we’ll finish up with our

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insightful picks

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of the week uh before we do get started

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uh

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into that i did want to invite everyone

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are we ready to get into it sure okay

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are you sure you’re awake because you

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know i’m

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questioning that at this point i am

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awake

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thank you all right so let’s get into it

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go for disney detective so obviously

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during this time um you know that we’re

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in right now

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um a lot of things that were supposed to

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be

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under construction and and being

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reimagined at disney

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a lot of the things they’ve actually

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kind of put on hold and

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we even talked about that a couple of

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weeks ago um

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you know that the the new phases of

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different things

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has kind of been been stopped for now

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um but one of the things that was kind

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of interesting

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was that there was a event that was

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a t at usc that they had the other night

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and tony baxter who is um

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a retired imagineer um you know

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kind of brought up the idea that you

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know he wouldn’t mind

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helping to refresh a journey into

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imagination

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uh he said i just wish you know we could

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do uh

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a ride uh we could do the ride over i

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would come back

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out of retirement to actually help with

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that um

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now if you don’t know tony baxter

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actually recently came

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out of retirement to some sort of extent

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to help work

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on another project and that’s the

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reimagining

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of splash mountain into princess and the

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frog themed attraction

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baxter will actually uh be

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um he will be the creative advisor on

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the retheming

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after he actually worked on the original

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splash mountain

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uh his work on splash mountain to

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completely remove

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the intellectual property would

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presumably obviously be different than

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working on journey

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into imagination so

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you know again when they talked about

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all of the different things that they

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were changing with

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epcot and you know the different rides

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that were coming in the different

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changes

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journey to imagination was one of those

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ones that they just kind of left alone

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but a lot of fans would enjoy that you

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know

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kind of being reimagined more like the

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original version

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was so you know it was interesting to to

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hear

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you know not only do the disney fans

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want it but even some of the imagineers

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as well

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would be interested in in doing that

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so well i know disney fans can be pretty

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fickle when people come in and

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change their rides with their rides yeah

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um

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uh so has there been any pushback have

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has there been any any community

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feedback as to people who are against

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this type of thing

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no i think for the most part while

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the the newer version of journey into

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imagination

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isn’t hated it’s not oh i won’t go on

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that ride because of it

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it’s just not the same for people that

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are rid that remember the original

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version of the ride so

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you know it’s more of a it would be nice

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to kind of bring it back to

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you know what it was so would the

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re-theming be more

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a blend of present and past or more of a

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probably i think probably you know bring

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back dream finder

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um you know cause at one point figment

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when they redid the ride figment wasn’t

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even

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part of the ride and he was the whole

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reason

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for you know the journey into

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imagination because he was a figment of

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your imagination

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so i think you know people would kind of

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like to have that

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brought back so interesting yeah so

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that’d be nice i mean i’ve never saw the

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original version of it so

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maybe that’ll be something wink wink

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that we talk about

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on our upcoming possible podcast

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that possibly that is in the world a

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very awkward tease there

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anyway moving right along uh

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so what do we have next so disney plus

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is obviously

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reporting that you know they’re not

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going to be so family friendly oriented

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going in the future which we kind of

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already knew

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so it seems that an industry insider

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who hosts a behind the trailer youtube

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series recently took to trailer

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sorry recently took to twitter with a

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sizzling rumor about the streaming

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service disney plus

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that they’ll be adding some grown-up

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only sections

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in which we’ll be able to put more of

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the adult content and not

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that kind of adult content um obviously

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if you you know were watching the news

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disney

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um last year bought uh

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20th century fox which is now known as

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20th century studio and obviously they

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have that whole library of movies and

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shows that they

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uh that they fall under um so

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basically the rumor or you know what

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they’re saying is that they’re hearing

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that disney plus is definitely creating

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an adult section

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for the fox and touchstone uh content

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and that you’ll need a pin a pin code or

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something like that

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to be able to unlock the parental

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control so

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you won’t just be able to get into it so

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that this way

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you know for you know these are rated

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movies that you don’t want your kids

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watching

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there’ll be some you know parental

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controls um

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on that so expanding you know this

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you know and and the whole library of

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everything

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could you know bring the the viewership

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to disney plus you know to almost

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what they were hoping um

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you know to match netflix um because

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right now

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you know they have you know most of

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their movies are pg or pg-13

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nothing above that but there’s obviously

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all these other movies that were under

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um the touchstone brand

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which was a brand that they created in

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1984 to kind of separate

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you know the disney family type movies

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um you know and actually hoof frame

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roger rabbit

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actually came under touchstone

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but then you also have you know classics

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like pretty woman

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dead poets society good morning vietnam

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and you know so it would be nice to kind

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of add that

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to their library of offerings on disney

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plus

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you know if you look um you know they’ve

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been adding

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um a few things you know here and there

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it would be nice to kind of add you know

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a bunch more

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uh you know to offer things again not

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just for

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the families to watch but just for you

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know the adults to

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to watch you know as well so now is this

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something

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that if you’re a disney plus subscriber

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already you’ll just get by default

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or opt-in no it didn’t talk about

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anything

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as being an additional fee or you know

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it’s just we’re extending you know we’re

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adding

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to what you know we were already

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offering to you

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so you’re just going to get more content

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that’s going to have parental controls

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the reason i ask is with the release of

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mulan and the idea of

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right paying 30 to get access to this

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movie and it’s yours as long as you keep

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your subscription

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right my first concern is that disney is

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now going to nickel and dime me to death

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with every little thing here and if you

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want oh you want to have

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you know touchstone and these other ones

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it’s going to be another dollar a month

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or two dollars a month or something like

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that

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as long as they stay away from that i

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think they’ll be safe

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yeah as of right now there hasn’t been

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anything now again this is all

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you know rumors too like nothing

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official

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nothing with a date as to when it would

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become available

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has has been mentioned so a library

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listed of

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what they expect to have available there

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or they’re just speculating

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no they’re just speculating it you know

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the article basically talks about you

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know here are the different films that

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have fallen

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under you know touchstone um

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hollywood uh pictures was you know at

0:13:03.200,0:13:05.760
once

0:13:03.920,0:13:06.959
one point in time owned by disney as

0:13:05.760,0:13:09.279
well so

0:13:06.959,0:13:11.360
it kind of just you know listed hey

0:13:09.279,0:13:14.959
these are movies that could

0:13:11.360,0:13:15.600
come to fruition okay so tell us about

0:13:14.959,0:13:18.160
the 12

0:13:15.600,0:13:18.959
fascinating things in disney’s secret

0:13:18.160,0:13:22.000
vault so

0:13:18.959,0:13:25.519
if you didn’t know that there is

0:13:22.000,0:13:29.120
actually um a whole

0:13:25.519,0:13:32.320
department um of disney where

0:13:29.120,0:13:34.000
they uh it is part of the walt disney

0:13:32.320,0:13:36.000
archive

0:13:34.000,0:13:37.200
if you actually watched one of the

0:13:36.000,0:13:39.120
disney plus shows

0:13:37.200,0:13:40.560
prop culture which was one of our our

0:13:39.120,0:13:42.480
favorite shows that we

0:13:40.560,0:13:44.720
watched we actually got to see a little

0:13:42.480,0:13:48.639
bit of a behind the scenes

0:13:44.720,0:13:51.199
view of this fascinating area

0:13:48.639,0:13:54.320
so the home base for the walt disney

0:13:51.199,0:13:57.120
archive is actually burbank california

0:13:54.320,0:13:58.399
burbank california at the walt disney

0:13:57.120,0:14:00.839
studio lot

0:13:58.399,0:14:02.240
and then there’s also some secret

0:14:00.839,0:14:04.079
warehouses

0:14:02.240,0:14:05.360
scattered uh throughout southern

0:14:04.079,0:14:08.560
california

0:14:05.360,0:14:11.839
uh what’s interesting is this

0:14:08.560,0:14:14.560
these archives hold things that

0:14:11.839,0:14:15.199
fall under almost all of their brands

0:14:14.560,0:14:18.399
between

0:14:15.199,0:14:22.800
you know television shows espn uh

0:14:18.399,0:14:25.600
marvel lucas pixar 20th century fox

0:14:22.800,0:14:26.800
um basically everything that falls under

0:14:25.600,0:14:30.320
the umbrella

0:14:26.800,0:14:32.800
um of of disney at this time so

0:14:30.320,0:14:35.680
it was actually founded in 1970 which

0:14:32.800,0:14:37.440
was four years after walt disney’s death

0:14:35.680,0:14:40.079
and the archives actually just

0:14:37.440,0:14:42.399
celebrated its 50th anniversary

0:14:40.079,0:14:43.440
it was the brainchild of walt’s brother

0:14:42.399,0:14:46.720
roy

0:14:43.440,0:14:50.000
who took over as ceo after walt died

0:14:46.720,0:14:52.800
he was approached by a librarian at ucla

0:14:50.000,0:14:53.839
who was dave smith who was looking to

0:14:52.800,0:14:56.160
put together

0:14:53.839,0:14:58.959
a biography of books that were written

0:14:56.160,0:15:01.120
about disney up until that point

0:14:58.959,0:15:04.000
walt disney’s office had been closed up

0:15:01.120,0:15:06.160
since he had passed away in 1966

0:15:04.000,0:15:07.680
and they hadn’t really done anything

0:15:06.160,0:15:09.680
with any of the materials or the

0:15:07.680,0:15:13.600
furnishings from the office

0:15:09.680,0:15:14.000
so in 1969 roy had hired dave to spend a

0:15:13.600,0:15:16.240
year

0:15:14.000,0:15:17.199
basically inventorying everything in

0:15:16.240,0:15:20.399
walt’s

0:15:17.199,0:15:23.600
office and that’s where he got the idea

0:15:20.399,0:15:26.320
that they should probably put together

0:15:23.600,0:15:28.079
something for the company’s history so

0:15:26.320,0:15:31.199
many people at that time

0:15:28.079,0:15:33.040
were retiring or passing away and they

0:15:31.199,0:15:36.000
were losing all of this

0:15:33.040,0:15:38.320
important history so the archives

0:15:36.000,0:15:42.160
actually started with just one person

0:15:38.320,0:15:43.519
in an office in the old animation

0:15:42.160,0:15:47.040
building and now

0:15:43.519,0:15:50.560
has grown to a staff of 30 they do

0:15:47.040,0:15:54.240
exhibitions they engage in fam support

0:15:50.560,0:15:55.120
at the official disney fan club d23

0:15:54.240,0:15:58.880
events

0:15:55.120,0:16:01.839
and um you know and basically

0:15:58.880,0:16:02.160
are the the keepers of all of these you

0:16:01.839,0:16:05.600
know

0:16:02.160,0:16:06.959
awesome items um that you know most

0:16:05.600,0:16:10.000
people don’t even know

0:16:06.959,0:16:11.600
still exist um you know so when they

0:16:10.000,0:16:12.320
asked you know how many items do you

0:16:11.600,0:16:15.199
have

0:16:12.320,0:16:16.320
and you know the the short answer is you

0:16:15.199,0:16:18.720
know millions

0:16:16.320,0:16:20.720
you know they have 25 million photos

0:16:18.720,0:16:21.519
thousands and thousands of costumes and

0:16:20.720,0:16:23.759
props

0:16:21.519,0:16:24.800
hundreds of ride vehicles and real

0:16:23.759,0:16:27.360
vehicles

0:16:24.800,0:16:28.079
huge boxes of merchandise all kinds of

0:16:27.360,0:16:30.880
files from

0:16:28.079,0:16:33.360
all over the company basically every

0:16:30.880,0:16:36.399
video that’s ever been produced

0:16:33.360,0:16:37.759
every dvd any every book

0:16:36.399,0:16:40.079
you know so basically if there’s

0:16:37.759,0:16:40.959
something about disney that’s been

0:16:40.079,0:16:43.600
around

0:16:40.959,0:16:45.440
or to do with the parks they have you

0:16:43.600,0:16:48.160
know something to do with it

0:16:45.440,0:16:49.600
um so what’s kind of interesting is when

0:16:48.160,0:16:51.920
you go through this article they

0:16:49.600,0:16:53.279
they show pictures um the walt disney

0:16:51.920,0:16:56.000
archives actually has

0:16:53.279,0:16:57.040
a an instagram page as well and every

0:16:56.000,0:17:00.399
now and they’ll

0:16:57.040,0:17:02.079
uh they’ll throw up uh pictures of you

0:17:00.399,0:17:04.559
know different things that they have

0:17:02.079,0:17:05.120
um so one of the things is if you’ve

0:17:04.559,0:17:07.199
ever been

0:17:05.120,0:17:09.520
on the pirates of the caribbean ride

0:17:07.199,0:17:12.160
they have the redheaded pirate

0:17:09.520,0:17:13.280
um because when they redid the ride a

0:17:12.160,0:17:16.079
couple of years ago

0:17:13.280,0:17:16.480
they changed out the audio animatronic

0:17:16.079,0:17:20.079
uh

0:17:16.480,0:17:22.959
version of the the redhead she’s there

0:17:20.079,0:17:24.400
um one of the movie props that they have

0:17:22.959,0:17:27.520
is the snow globe

0:17:24.400,0:17:28.880
from mary poppins and what was funny was

0:17:27.520,0:17:30.400
when they were done shooting the scene

0:17:28.880,0:17:31.039
they actually were just gonna throw it

0:17:30.400,0:17:32.960
out

0:17:31.039,0:17:35.440
and somebody went and picked it out from

0:17:32.960,0:17:38.000
the garbage and wanted to hold on to it

0:17:35.440,0:17:38.640
and years later when they created the

0:17:38.000,0:17:40.880
archive

0:17:38.640,0:17:42.320
the person you know gave it to the

0:17:40.880,0:17:44.480
archive so that they could

0:17:42.320,0:17:45.520
you know hold on to it where now it

0:17:44.480,0:17:47.679
would be something

0:17:45.520,0:17:48.720
that they would hold on to you know and

0:17:47.679,0:17:51.919
that was the thing too

0:17:48.720,0:17:53.520
is so much artwork back in the day once

0:17:51.919,0:17:57.120
they were done shooting films

0:17:53.520,0:18:00.080
was just thrown away where now

0:17:57.120,0:18:00.400
obviously everything’s done digitally

0:18:00.080,0:18:02.799
but

0:18:00.400,0:18:04.000
now they they’ve been taking the time to

0:18:02.799,0:18:07.840
preserve

0:18:04.000,0:18:09.679
so much more you know of the history

0:18:07.840,0:18:11.760
uh they’re not so quick to just you know

0:18:09.679,0:18:12.400
throw things away or they try and reuse

0:18:11.760,0:18:14.960
them

0:18:12.400,0:18:16.320
you know obviously if they can um you

0:18:14.960,0:18:20.080
know so they had

0:18:16.320,0:18:20.960
um you know season old uh seasonal props

0:18:20.080,0:18:22.799
from the different

0:18:20.960,0:18:24.160
parades that they did you know at

0:18:22.799,0:18:27.919
disneyland

0:18:24.160,0:18:29.120
um they have um you know toy soldier

0:18:27.919,0:18:32.559
costumes

0:18:29.120,0:18:33.440
you know from when uh the walt disney

0:18:32.559,0:18:37.039
parade uh

0:18:33.440,0:18:40.000
debuted the parade of toys um you know

0:18:37.039,0:18:41.039
again different costumes uh walt’s

0:18:40.000,0:18:44.160
christmas list

0:18:41.039,0:18:45.919
that he had had written um

0:18:44.160,0:18:47.360
you know so again just some very

0:18:45.919,0:18:50.320
interesting things

0:18:47.360,0:18:52.000
um you know one of the things is um

0:18:50.320,0:18:53.919
heimlich

0:18:52.000,0:18:56.160
his choo choo train which was an

0:18:53.919,0:18:58.559
attraction at

0:18:56.160,0:19:01.919
california adventure the ride actually

0:18:58.559,0:19:03.280
closed in 2018 to make way for the

0:19:01.919,0:19:06.480
adventures

0:19:03.280,0:19:09.039
avengers campus so

0:19:06.480,0:19:10.640
the the ride vehicle is in the archives

0:19:09.039,0:19:11.600
now because they didn’t know what to do

0:19:10.640,0:19:14.320
with it so

0:19:11.600,0:19:14.960
again just so many interesting things

0:19:14.320,0:19:18.400
and

0:19:14.960,0:19:19.760
you know things you know recent items

0:19:18.400,0:19:22.480
and things from you know

0:19:19.760,0:19:26.160
years ago as well so if you’re

0:19:22.480,0:19:28.960
interested in you know diving into

0:19:26.160,0:19:30.000
what’s in the archive you know uh a good

0:19:28.960,0:19:33.039
show to watch is

0:19:30.000,0:19:35.840
either you know prop culture um or

0:19:33.039,0:19:36.559
you know follow uh the the disney

0:19:35.840,0:19:38.799
archives on

0:19:36.559,0:19:39.760
on instagram to to get an inside peek of

0:19:38.799,0:19:43.760
things

0:19:39.760,0:19:48.000
so besides prop culture and the

0:19:43.760,0:19:48.880
occasional d23 um traveling exposition

0:19:48.000,0:19:50.320
that they do

0:19:48.880,0:19:52.480
right where they’ll pull things from the

0:19:50.320,0:19:55.039
archives and bring them out on display

0:19:52.480,0:19:57.520
are there any plans of doing a traveling

0:19:55.039,0:19:58.400
exhibit or opening it up as a museum or

0:19:57.520,0:20:00.960
anything like that

0:19:58.400,0:20:02.559
no they they usually don’t you know

0:20:00.960,0:20:04.799
because as you’ve seen

0:20:02.559,0:20:06.000
on you know when we watch the show so

0:20:04.799,0:20:09.039
many of the things are are

0:20:06.000,0:20:11.600
considered uh museum quality

0:20:09.039,0:20:12.320
you know you have to wear gloves to to

0:20:11.600,0:20:14.640
to

0:20:12.320,0:20:15.600
to look at it right now i know every now

0:20:14.640,0:20:19.039
and then

0:20:15.600,0:20:21.440
different exhibits pop up you know

0:20:19.039,0:20:22.960
across the the country you know

0:20:21.440,0:20:25.360
featuring different things

0:20:22.960,0:20:26.960
you know you’ll hear about you know this

0:20:25.360,0:20:30.000
thing at disney in this thing

0:20:26.960,0:20:32.640
because i think um i don’t know if it’s

0:20:30.000,0:20:34.640
it was going on now but i know uh the

0:20:32.640,0:20:38.400
disney family museum

0:20:34.640,0:20:41.200
was running a special exhibit um

0:20:38.400,0:20:41.760
and i think you know probably part of

0:20:41.200,0:20:43.440
the

0:20:41.760,0:20:44.880
you know items that they had were

0:20:43.440,0:20:48.159
probably you know

0:20:44.880,0:20:50.000
donated on loan you know from

0:20:48.159,0:20:51.440
the disney family museum in san

0:20:50.000,0:20:53.280
francisco right right

0:20:51.440,0:20:54.559
so you know i know i went through but

0:20:53.280,0:20:56.640
you didn’t go to

0:20:54.559,0:20:58.880
well you didn’t actually even go into i

0:20:56.640,0:21:01.760
was in it i just didn’t walk through it

0:20:58.880,0:21:05.520
you didn’t pay you to walk through

0:21:01.760,0:21:06.320
you made it in the lobby but yeah you

0:21:05.520,0:21:09.120
know like

0:21:06.320,0:21:11.280
at this point you know right now i don’t

0:21:09.120,0:21:13.440
know if there’s any plans to

0:21:11.280,0:21:15.280
to do anything that’d be kind of neat

0:21:13.440,0:21:17.120
like and that’s what i like about prop

0:21:15.280,0:21:18.720
culture is it goes through and it shows

0:21:17.120,0:21:22.320
you some of that behind the scenes

0:21:18.720,0:21:24.480
magic and where the journey of

0:21:22.320,0:21:26.320
of some of these pieces after the movie

0:21:24.480,0:21:27.919
and the fact that some of these things

0:21:26.320,0:21:29.760
you know especially the very early

0:21:27.919,0:21:31.600
movies right where you didn’t see

0:21:29.760,0:21:32.799
these things right you know there’s just

0:21:31.600,0:21:35.200
a carpet bag from

0:21:32.799,0:21:36.159
right uh mary poppins yeah it was given

0:21:35.200,0:21:40.000
away

0:21:36.159,0:21:42.960
as as uh um you know they had a

0:21:40.000,0:21:44.720
sweepstakes and it was filled with money

0:21:42.960,0:21:46.159
and the person that won it was just like

0:21:44.720,0:21:48.000
well i just want the money

0:21:46.159,0:21:49.919
and the marketing person kept the bag

0:21:48.000,0:21:51.679
and it made its way back into the arc

0:21:49.919,0:21:53.120
right which i think is just an amazing

0:21:51.679,0:21:55.840
story yeah yeah and

0:21:53.120,0:21:58.799
so many pieces that are show up in the

0:21:55.840,0:22:00.480
show and and probably thousands more

0:21:58.799,0:22:01.440
like that in the archive have those

0:22:00.480,0:22:03.679
kinds of amazing

0:22:01.440,0:22:04.640
stories yeah that they basically found

0:22:03.679,0:22:06.960
their way

0:22:04.640,0:22:08.480
back you know the snow globe you know it

0:22:06.960,0:22:10.080
ended up in the trash and

0:22:08.480,0:22:12.080
someone’s like oh that’s kind of cool

0:22:10.080,0:22:15.520
i’ll keep it yeah very cool

0:22:12.080,0:22:17.039
yeah so uh i think that was all we had

0:22:15.520,0:22:19.039
for disney detectives

0:22:17.039,0:22:22.960
we’ll take a quick break and we’ll come

0:22:19.039,0:22:22.960
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go for tails from the edge of the galaxy

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right so if you’ve been living under a

0:23:42.320,0:23:46.720
rock

0:23:43.120,0:23:51.279
since november you didn’t know anything

0:23:46.720,0:23:53.440
about the mandalorian

0:23:51.279,0:23:54.880
then you’re a snail then you’re a snail

0:23:53.440,0:23:56.400
frog outside would like you

0:23:54.880,0:23:58.159
right we have a we have a pet frog

0:23:56.400,0:24:00.799
outside along with other

0:23:58.159,0:24:01.200
things anyway so obviously as i was

0:24:00.799,0:24:03.840
saying

0:24:01.200,0:24:05.760
november 12th disney launched disney

0:24:03.840,0:24:08.720
plus launched obviously

0:24:05.760,0:24:10.799
a major offering one of the um you know

0:24:08.720,0:24:14.640
the first time a live-action

0:24:10.799,0:24:15.600
uh star wars show that basically like

0:24:14.640,0:24:18.720
blew up

0:24:15.600,0:24:21.440
really um you know and and

0:24:18.720,0:24:22.320
had you know one of the most sought

0:24:21.440,0:24:25.360
after

0:24:22.320,0:24:26.640
tv characters you know as well uh you

0:24:25.360,0:24:29.600
know on the internet

0:24:26.640,0:24:30.960
um so executive producers john favreau

0:24:29.600,0:24:34.960
and dave filoni

0:24:30.960,0:24:36.720
um are the i’m sorry the executive

0:24:34.960,0:24:38.559
producers of the mandalorian

0:24:36.720,0:24:40.400
which starts pedro pascal as the

0:24:38.559,0:24:44.400
mysterious bounty hunter

0:24:40.400,0:24:48.720
um and obviously that kind of helped to

0:24:44.400,0:24:51.760
bring a massive sign up to

0:24:48.720,0:24:52.360
members for disney plus which now has

0:24:51.760,0:24:56.000
about

0:24:52.360,0:24:59.120
60.5 million paid subscribers now

0:24:56.000,0:25:00.960
and now has been awarded 15 emmy

0:24:59.120,0:25:04.159
nominations including

0:25:00.960,0:25:05.840
a drama series nod which is actually

0:25:04.159,0:25:10.960
very rare for a sci-fi

0:25:05.840,0:25:10.960
show so filoni and

0:25:11.440,0:25:15.279
favreau actually sat down and kind of

0:25:14.240,0:25:18.000
you know

0:25:15.279,0:25:20.000
took some you know a break from pro post

0:25:18.000,0:25:23.360
production on season two

0:25:20.000,0:25:25.520
to basically talk about what it was like

0:25:23.360,0:25:26.559
bringing you know keeping the baby yoda

0:25:25.520,0:25:28.720
secret

0:25:26.559,0:25:29.840
you know for so long and then also what

0:25:28.720,0:25:32.720
was uh

0:25:29.840,0:25:33.840
george lucas’s reaction uh to the series

0:25:32.720,0:25:36.080
so far

0:25:33.840,0:25:36.960
um you know so dave filoni was talking

0:25:36.080,0:25:40.799
about um

0:25:36.960,0:25:44.400
how the first person who really you know

0:25:40.799,0:25:46.559
knew that baby yoda or the child

0:25:44.400,0:25:48.159
was gonna be as big of a hit was

0:25:46.559,0:25:51.279
actually cast member

0:25:48.159,0:25:54.080
uh werner herzog um who actually

0:25:51.279,0:25:54.400
you know said that this is you know when

0:25:54.080,0:25:56.640
when

0:25:54.400,0:25:58.000
acting with it he said this is really

0:25:56.640,0:25:59.919
magical and we’ve

0:25:58.000,0:26:01.520
you know there have been many articles

0:25:59.919,0:26:05.120
that we’ve talked about before where

0:26:01.520,0:26:08.400
you know he actually talked to

0:26:05.120,0:26:11.120
the puppet you know he felt it was

0:26:08.400,0:26:12.480
a real you know character and everybody

0:26:11.120,0:26:15.840
else kind of

0:26:12.480,0:26:18.880
you know joined in on it um

0:26:15.840,0:26:20.000
you know and they talk about how um you

0:26:18.880,0:26:22.640
know

0:26:20.000,0:26:24.799
how keeping it a secret and about the

0:26:22.640,0:26:26.000
merchandise aspect and and how much

0:26:24.799,0:26:28.799
money

0:26:26.000,0:26:29.200
disney kind of lost you know not doing

0:26:28.799,0:26:31.679
it

0:26:29.200,0:26:33.120
and you know john favreau basically had

0:26:31.679,0:26:34.720
said you know it was important to

0:26:33.120,0:26:35.919
establish that there were gonna be

0:26:34.720,0:26:38.159
surprises

0:26:35.919,0:26:39.360
that you know they didn’t they wanted to

0:26:38.159,0:26:41.440
promote the show

0:26:39.360,0:26:42.559
but they didn’t want to give so much of

0:26:41.440,0:26:44.720
it away

0:26:42.559,0:26:47.039
so that was you know they had to make

0:26:44.720,0:26:50.799
that deal listen we can’t do

0:26:47.039,0:26:52.799
promotional toys beforehand because

0:26:50.799,0:26:54.880
then people are gonna know or you know

0:26:52.799,0:26:57.440
speculate as to what they know

0:26:54.880,0:26:58.400
um so really when you think about it you

0:26:57.440,0:27:01.440
know

0:26:58.400,0:27:04.159
it was it was a smart move of course for

0:27:01.440,0:27:04.480
people that wanted a baby yoda doll you

0:27:04.159,0:27:06.720
know

0:27:04.480,0:27:08.640
they were kind of left out in the cold

0:27:06.720,0:27:10.000
up until you know a couple of months ago

0:27:08.640,0:27:12.320
when you could finally

0:27:10.000,0:27:13.440
you know start getting uh you know some

0:27:12.320,0:27:15.840
of the stuff

0:27:13.440,0:27:17.679
um you know and then you know in the

0:27:15.840,0:27:18.799
article you know he asks you know what

0:27:17.679,0:27:20.799
was it like

0:27:18.799,0:27:22.559
um you know with george lucas and what

0:27:20.799,0:27:25.919
was his reaction to it

0:27:22.559,0:27:28.320
um and he said you know that

0:27:25.919,0:27:29.760
you know that dave filoni says that you

0:27:28.320,0:27:32.000
know he really likes

0:27:29.760,0:27:33.200
when he talks with you know george lucas

0:27:32.000,0:27:36.640
because he likes to get

0:27:33.200,0:27:38.880
knowledge from him um you know but

0:27:36.640,0:27:40.480
you know that george actually told him

0:27:38.880,0:27:41.360
you know what he really thought of the

0:27:40.480,0:27:43.919
show and he was

0:27:41.360,0:27:45.120
being very complimentary and that he

0:27:43.919,0:27:47.200
enjoys the show

0:27:45.120,0:27:48.720
and that now he actually gets to watch

0:27:47.200,0:27:51.600
it as a fan

0:27:48.720,0:27:52.080
and as a viewer and not have to be you

0:27:51.600,0:27:55.039
know

0:27:52.080,0:27:55.600
part of it and you know dave filoni said

0:27:55.039,0:27:58.000
you know

0:27:55.600,0:27:58.640
knowing that you know that means a lot

0:27:58.000,0:28:01.440
to

0:27:58.640,0:28:02.799
to him and john that you know they he’s

0:28:01.440,0:28:05.200
basically given them

0:28:02.799,0:28:06.480
you know obviously his approval and

0:28:05.200,0:28:08.320
doesn’t need to change you know they

0:28:06.480,0:28:11.520
don’t need to change anything george hat

0:28:08.320,0:28:11.840
is happy with the legacy um you know

0:28:11.520,0:28:14.960
that

0:28:11.840,0:28:15.279
that they’ve uh done you know and and

0:28:14.960,0:28:17.440
they

0:28:15.279,0:28:19.120
talked about you know what is it like

0:28:17.440,0:28:20.480
you know what’s filming going to be like

0:28:19.120,0:28:23.520
for the third season

0:28:20.480,0:28:25.840
with obviously you know with covid19

0:28:23.520,0:28:27.200
um and john favreau says that you know

0:28:25.840,0:28:29.120
fortunately

0:28:27.200,0:28:30.399
they can limit the number of people that

0:28:29.120,0:28:34.320
are on set

0:28:30.399,0:28:36.240
um also that the way that they do a lot

0:28:34.320,0:28:37.200
of things is a lot of stuff is done

0:28:36.240,0:28:40.000
remotely

0:28:37.200,0:28:41.679
from what they call the brain bar so

0:28:40.000,0:28:43.919
there doesn’t need to be

0:28:41.679,0:28:45.039
camera people right on top of everybody

0:28:43.919,0:28:48.399
things can be done

0:28:45.039,0:28:49.600
from a distance away or they do a lot of

0:28:48.399,0:28:52.880
things outside

0:28:49.600,0:28:54.880
which kind of helps and you know they do

0:28:52.880,0:28:56.640
a lot of stuff with the vr which is

0:28:54.880,0:28:58.320
you know one of the things we got to see

0:28:56.640,0:29:01.600
in action

0:28:58.320,0:29:02.960
during the documentary on the

0:29:01.600,0:29:06.080
mandalorian so

0:29:02.960,0:29:09.360
they feel like they should be able to

0:29:06.080,0:29:09.360
you know resume

0:29:09.840,0:29:13.200
production once they’ve kind of gotten

0:29:11.919,0:29:15.840
the all all clear

0:29:13.200,0:29:17.919
plus a lot of stuff can be done you know

0:29:15.840,0:29:20.720
remotely with the post-production

0:29:17.919,0:29:22.159
you know things as well so hopefully for

0:29:20.720,0:29:24.640
season three

0:29:22.159,0:29:25.360
you know things won’t be you know too

0:29:24.640,0:29:27.679
delayed

0:29:25.360,0:29:29.600
you know with it so well that’s cool

0:29:27.679,0:29:31.600
that’s cool and you know we kind of

0:29:29.600,0:29:33.279
thought that it was going to be

0:29:31.600,0:29:34.960
something that george liked because it’s

0:29:33.279,0:29:37.440
so

0:29:34.960,0:29:38.799
reminiscent of what the early roots of

0:29:37.440,0:29:41.120
star wars

0:29:38.799,0:29:42.880
was right character development it’s

0:29:41.120,0:29:46.480
story developed

0:29:42.880,0:29:50.240
and it’s that back to basics sort of

0:29:46.480,0:29:52.880
um practical uh set design

0:29:50.240,0:29:54.559
and the actors that they brought in they

0:29:52.880,0:29:56.799
didn’t bring in all these

0:29:54.559,0:29:58.080
you know well-known well-known actors

0:29:56.799,0:30:00.880
right you know you weren’t bringing

0:29:58.080,0:30:01.679
in you know the equivalent of a harrison

0:30:00.880,0:30:04.880
ford today

0:30:01.679,0:30:08.000
right you know not that these actors are

0:30:04.880,0:30:09.919
not quality actors right but

0:30:08.000,0:30:11.279
you’re you’re you’ve got a lot of

0:30:09.919,0:30:12.480
breakthrough actors that have an

0:30:11.279,0:30:15.840
opportunity here

0:30:12.480,0:30:16.799
right um and it’s being directed by

0:30:15.840,0:30:20.399
people who

0:30:16.799,0:30:22.240
are passionate about the

0:30:20.399,0:30:24.480
genre it’s not just people that are

0:30:22.240,0:30:27.200
coming in and it’s a job to them

0:30:24.480,0:30:27.600
right you know dave filoni john favreau

0:30:27.200,0:30:30.799
the

0:30:27.600,0:30:32.880
all the directors that they have they’re

0:30:30.799,0:30:34.880
all passionate about star wars

0:30:32.880,0:30:36.320
and it comes through in everything that

0:30:34.880,0:30:38.799
they do

0:30:36.320,0:30:40.960
and i think that’s something that lucas

0:30:38.799,0:30:44.640
probably appreciates more than anything

0:30:40.960,0:30:47.919
yet you know he he saw

0:30:44.640,0:30:50.320
kind of what happened when he sold his

0:30:47.919,0:30:51.840
soul i was gonna say his soul he sold

0:30:50.320,0:30:54.480
his soul to disney

0:30:51.840,0:30:56.159
right and you had a couple of very

0:30:54.480,0:30:58.320
questionable movies

0:30:56.159,0:30:59.840
come out of it that were not in line

0:30:58.320,0:31:03.279
with what

0:30:59.840,0:31:05.679
lucas’s vision was right and i think he

0:31:03.279,0:31:06.720
started to wonder if he made a mistake

0:31:05.679,0:31:09.679
right

0:31:06.720,0:31:10.960
and seeing how production on this show

0:31:09.679,0:31:12.880
is going and how well

0:31:10.960,0:31:14.320
it’s doing and how well it’s received

0:31:12.880,0:31:16.320
and the number of awards it’s been

0:31:14.320,0:31:17.919
nominated for

0:31:16.320,0:31:20.559
i think it’s giving him a little bit

0:31:17.919,0:31:22.799
more confidence knowing that

0:31:20.559,0:31:24.480
his legacy of star wars is in the right

0:31:22.799,0:31:26.000
hands

0:31:24.480,0:31:27.519
that was kind of what my take away from

0:31:26.000,0:31:29.919
this was yeah

0:31:27.519,0:31:32.159
and i agree you know i think it’s a it’s

0:31:29.919,0:31:33.600
a fantastic piece of artwork that they

0:31:32.159,0:31:37.519
do right now

0:31:33.600,0:31:41.600
i think they’re with the the blend of

0:31:37.519,0:31:41.600
of practical effects with

0:31:41.840,0:31:45.440
new technology you know we’re not just

0:31:43.679,0:31:48.320
talking computer generated

0:31:45.440,0:31:49.679
you know graphics here we’re talking

0:31:48.320,0:31:52.000
about

0:31:49.679,0:31:53.679
what is the ideal blend of technology

0:31:52.000,0:31:54.640
and practical effects i think they’ve

0:31:53.679,0:31:57.440
done a fantastic

0:31:54.640,0:31:59.360
job with yeah so i’m very excited to see

0:31:57.440,0:32:02.320
the next season i’m glad to hear that

0:31:59.360,0:32:03.679
lucas is is happy with what he’s seen so

0:32:02.320,0:32:07.600
far

0:32:03.679,0:32:08.880
so that was all we had for our uh

0:32:07.600,0:32:11.440
let me scroll up hang on i don’t want to

0:32:08.880,0:32:12.480
screw it up again tails from the edge of

0:32:11.440,0:32:14.320
the galaxy

0:32:12.480,0:32:16.399
that’s too many words i’m telling i

0:32:14.320,0:32:18.880
can’t do that

0:32:16.399,0:32:20.159
anyway let’s take a quick break and

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0:33:31.519,0:33:37.840
tell us about revitalizing broadway so

0:33:34.720,0:33:40.240
nbc is planning to launch a prime time

0:33:37.840,0:33:43.679
broadway special in october

0:33:40.240,0:33:46.880
um page six has actually reported it um

0:33:43.679,0:33:48.000
and it is uh which you know they’re

0:33:46.880,0:33:51.519
hoping to

0:33:48.000,0:33:54.559
have uh showcase different casts from

0:33:51.519,0:33:57.279
different broadway shows the network has

0:33:54.559,0:34:00.480
reached out to all of the broadway shows

0:33:57.279,0:34:01.200
and asked uh you know was trying to find

0:34:00.480,0:34:04.559
out who

0:34:01.200,0:34:06.480
was able to participate so theater

0:34:04.559,0:34:08.560
insiders tell us that now there’s

0:34:06.480,0:34:10.480
actually some drama going on

0:34:08.560,0:34:12.000
as producers are scrambling to

0:34:10.480,0:34:15.119
participate

0:34:12.000,0:34:17.839
to be able to get ready for all of this

0:34:15.119,0:34:19.440
a couple of showbiz insiders had said

0:34:17.839,0:34:21.359
that producers

0:34:19.440,0:34:23.280
have been hurt by the shutdown and they

0:34:21.359,0:34:24.320
don’t want to spend a lot a lot of money

0:34:23.280,0:34:26.399
to do this

0:34:24.320,0:34:28.159
and that some casts are actually worried

0:34:26.399,0:34:29.119
that because they haven’t performed in

0:34:28.159,0:34:31.040
six months

0:34:29.119,0:34:33.839
that they would need to have rehearsal

0:34:31.040,0:34:36.079
time costumes fitted because they might

0:34:33.839,0:34:39.280
have put on a little bit of weight

0:34:36.079,0:34:42.320
and that they would want to get paid

0:34:39.280,0:34:45.119
a week salary to participate in this

0:34:42.320,0:34:46.639
um also you know somebody else another

0:34:45.119,0:34:49.040
source had said that you know

0:34:46.639,0:34:50.720
there’s definitely challenges a number

0:34:49.040,0:34:52.240
of shows have confirmed

0:34:50.720,0:34:54.720
but then some shows are really

0:34:52.240,0:34:55.760
frustrated that it just can’t work for

0:34:54.720,0:34:58.560
them

0:34:55.760,0:34:59.920
because of the show’s um production

0:34:58.560,0:35:02.400
budget

0:34:59.920,0:35:03.359
you know they can’t fly cast members

0:35:02.400,0:35:06.160
back because

0:35:03.359,0:35:06.800
after things shut down some cast members

0:35:06.160,0:35:09.200
you know

0:35:06.800,0:35:10.960
flew you know other places they’re not

0:35:09.200,0:35:13.839
readily available

0:35:10.960,0:35:14.800
um you know and other shows you know so

0:35:13.839,0:35:16.960
you only have

0:35:14.800,0:35:19.359
you know some members of the cast so how

0:35:16.960,0:35:20.160
do you you know do it without the rest

0:35:19.359,0:35:23.680
of them

0:35:20.160,0:35:26.000
um you know so there’s a lot going on

0:35:23.680,0:35:27.440
you know to to make this happen really

0:35:26.000,0:35:30.640
within you know

0:35:27.440,0:35:32.800
a little over a month um you know

0:35:30.640,0:35:33.920
some shows were were thinking that maybe

0:35:32.800,0:35:37.359
they would just

0:35:33.920,0:35:39.599
feature um soloists you know from the

0:35:37.359,0:35:42.000
show and maybe not the whole cast

0:35:39.599,0:35:42.800
but again you know there there’s so much

0:35:42.000,0:35:45.599
up in the air

0:35:42.800,0:35:46.560
to to try and make this happen again you

0:35:45.599,0:35:49.680
know within a

0:35:46.560,0:35:51.520
a month and obviously while everything

0:35:49.680,0:35:54.400
is shut down

0:35:51.520,0:35:56.240
so obviously with everything that

0:35:54.400,0:35:58.079
happened and all the things that shut

0:35:56.240,0:36:01.359
down broadway was one of the big things

0:35:58.079,0:36:02.720
that was affected they were far forced

0:36:01.359,0:36:05.200
to shut down in march

0:36:02.720,0:36:06.400
and as of right now there’s no plans to

0:36:05.200,0:36:09.920
open back up until

0:36:06.400,0:36:11.359
january of of next year um so hopefully

0:36:09.920,0:36:14.640
this will kind of

0:36:11.359,0:36:17.200
help to to bring some people

0:36:14.640,0:36:17.920
back to work you know in some way shape

0:36:17.200,0:36:20.880
or form

0:36:17.920,0:36:23.119
uh andrew lloyd webber webber actually

0:36:20.880,0:36:26.160
recently experimented at his

0:36:23.119,0:36:29.520
uh london palladium value venue

0:36:26.160,0:36:32.000
with a show um of ha you know how

0:36:29.520,0:36:32.560
you can still do a live performance you

0:36:32.000,0:36:36.160
know

0:36:32.560,0:36:38.400
safely in the coved um error

0:36:36.160,0:36:39.280
so maybe you know more and more places

0:36:38.400,0:36:41.680
will start

0:36:39.280,0:36:42.480
you know doing certain things to kind of

0:36:41.680,0:36:43.920
bring back

0:36:42.480,0:36:46.000
you know the live theater because we

0:36:43.920,0:36:46.880
know that’s you know one of the areas

0:36:46.000,0:36:48.880
that’s

0:36:46.880,0:36:50.720
you know hit not just for broadway but

0:36:48.880,0:36:52.720
even all the local theaters

0:36:50.720,0:36:54.720
you know that would do productions and

0:36:52.720,0:36:57.440
and stuff like that so

0:36:54.720,0:36:59.520
i have to imagine that some of these

0:36:57.440,0:37:02.560
shows just don’t adapt well

0:36:59.520,0:37:06.320
to being filmed right um

0:37:02.560,0:37:07.599
i mean like hamilton was fantastic

0:37:06.320,0:37:09.520
when it was done but it was done with

0:37:07.599,0:37:11.440
multi-cameras it was done over multiple

0:37:09.520,0:37:13.359
days of production it was done with and

0:37:11.440,0:37:15.680
without audiences so there was a lot of

0:37:13.359,0:37:19.440
effort that went into it

0:37:15.680,0:37:22.640
with the intent of publishing it right

0:37:19.440,0:37:23.839
to be able to format so i have to

0:37:22.640,0:37:25.359
i have to assume that a lot of

0:37:23.839,0:37:27.440
especially with some of the more complex

0:37:25.359,0:37:30.400
set designs and stuff like that

0:37:27.440,0:37:32.320
just would not translate well plus the

0:37:30.400,0:37:34.240
logistics like you had mentioned of just

0:37:32.320,0:37:36.160
getting your cast back if they don’t

0:37:34.240,0:37:39.040
live in the area right and are you

0:37:36.160,0:37:40.079
quarantining your your cast you know for

0:37:39.040,0:37:42.320
two weeks

0:37:40.079,0:37:43.680
beforehand to even be able to do

0:37:42.320,0:37:46.240
anything now granted

0:37:43.680,0:37:48.079
you have to figure when they put on you

0:37:46.240,0:37:50.240
know the tony awards

0:37:48.079,0:37:52.560
you know a big part of the tony awards

0:37:50.240,0:37:55.599
is seeing little snippets

0:37:52.560,0:37:59.599
um you know from from various shows

0:37:55.599,0:38:02.640
so they could kind of do something

0:37:59.599,0:38:05.200
like that you know if they need it to be

0:38:02.640,0:38:05.680
but again you know it’s getting the cast

0:38:05.200,0:38:07.599
there

0:38:05.680,0:38:08.960
you know who’s been quarantined who

0:38:07.599,0:38:12.240
hasn’t um

0:38:08.960,0:38:14.320
you know the costumes again you know

0:38:12.240,0:38:15.280
it’s not a quick easy oh let me just put

0:38:14.320,0:38:17.359
this on

0:38:15.280,0:38:18.320
it’s been six months and i think we’ve

0:38:17.359,0:38:20.079
all put a little

0:38:18.320,0:38:22.560
a few pounds on in the last six months

0:38:20.079,0:38:24.800
yeah yeah so i can only imagine

0:38:22.560,0:38:26.720
you know for for people like that you

0:38:24.800,0:38:28.640
know maybe it’s

0:38:26.720,0:38:30.079
you know you kind of you know as much as

0:38:28.640,0:38:32.000
it would

0:38:30.079,0:38:33.680
you know kind of suck to do it as a zoom

0:38:32.000,0:38:36.320
call you know maybe you do

0:38:33.680,0:38:37.839
what the you know what disney did the

0:38:36.320,0:38:40.880
different sing-alongs

0:38:37.839,0:38:42.240
uh the the episodes that that disney did

0:38:40.880,0:38:44.320
and that’s the thing like if the whole

0:38:42.240,0:38:44.960
purpose of this is to keep people

0:38:44.320,0:38:47.040
interested

0:38:44.960,0:38:48.800
in broadway and getting them coming back

0:38:47.040,0:38:50.480
when it restarts

0:38:48.800,0:38:52.079
the the sing-along thing would probably

0:38:50.480,0:38:53.280
be perfect for something like that

0:38:52.079,0:38:53.839
because that’s something that you could

0:38:53.280,0:38:56.880
produce

0:38:53.839,0:38:59.680
very inexpensively um

0:38:56.880,0:39:00.000
and i give nbc props for what they’re

0:38:59.680,0:39:01.280
trying

0:39:00.000,0:39:03.920
to do here i think what they’re trying

0:39:01.280,0:39:05.760
to do is the right thing

0:39:03.920,0:39:07.599
and i feel for the shows that just

0:39:05.760,0:39:08.560
cannot translate to this type of

0:39:07.599,0:39:10.400
environment right and

0:39:08.560,0:39:11.920
you know we’ve already heard you know

0:39:10.400,0:39:14.079
disney’s frozen

0:39:11.920,0:39:16.079
you know isn’t going to be coming back

0:39:14.079,0:39:17.200
to broadway and i’m sure they’re not the

0:39:16.079,0:39:19.920
only

0:39:17.200,0:39:20.560
show at this point that has made that

0:39:19.920,0:39:23.119
decision

0:39:20.560,0:39:24.720
but like i could see you doing a variety

0:39:23.119,0:39:26.720
show where you’re showing

0:39:24.720,0:39:28.480
snippets of musical numbers from very

0:39:26.720,0:39:30.640
various ones because

0:39:28.480,0:39:32.720
you might not be able to put your entire

0:39:30.640,0:39:35.760
stage performance on

0:39:32.720,0:39:37.119
for the cameras but there may be two or

0:39:35.760,0:39:37.680
three numbers from your show that you

0:39:37.119,0:39:40.560
can do

0:39:37.680,0:39:41.359
just to keep that right and it doesn’t

0:39:40.560,0:39:43.760
have to be

0:39:41.359,0:39:44.640
obviously all of the musicals either you

0:39:43.760,0:39:47.359
know put on

0:39:44.640,0:39:48.720
a short scene from you know some of the

0:39:47.359,0:39:51.119
the dramas

0:39:48.720,0:39:52.240
as well where you know with that do you

0:39:51.119,0:39:55.440
even need to have

0:39:52.240,0:39:56.160
a full scene you you know you a full set

0:39:55.440,0:39:59.119
up you probably

0:39:56.160,0:40:00.160
just need you know three or four people

0:39:59.119,0:40:02.880
performing it

0:40:00.160,0:40:03.280
you know well and i think the one thing

0:40:02.880,0:40:07.200
that

0:40:03.280,0:40:10.640
that this effort highlights is the need

0:40:07.200,0:40:13.040
to help support your arts absolutely

0:40:10.640,0:40:15.440
this time when you cannot have those

0:40:13.040,0:40:18.400
audiences come out for for the support

0:40:15.440,0:40:19.520
we need to find ways to keep this art

0:40:18.400,0:40:22.400
alive

0:40:19.520,0:40:24.000
and going because these are these are

0:40:22.400,0:40:28.000
areas as well as other businesses that

0:40:24.000,0:40:30.800
are being seriously hit by covid19

0:40:28.000,0:40:31.280
um we need to find ways to make it work

0:40:30.800,0:40:33.359
you know

0:40:31.280,0:40:34.880
from restaurants that are dining outside

0:40:33.359,0:40:37.359
on their tents

0:40:34.880,0:40:38.079
you know maybe broadway has to have

0:40:37.359,0:40:39.839
shows under

0:40:38.079,0:40:42.240
tense maybe you need to have a public

0:40:39.839,0:40:43.440
venue to put on your shows or something

0:40:42.240,0:40:45.119
like that i don’t know

0:40:43.440,0:40:46.560
right and and that’s something we’re

0:40:45.119,0:40:50.880
starting to see especially

0:40:46.560,0:40:54.079
in our area they’re doing live concerts

0:40:50.880,0:40:54.880
outside live comedy shows where it’s a

0:40:54.079,0:40:56.960
drive-in

0:40:54.880,0:40:58.480
you have to stay in your car or if you

0:40:56.960,0:40:59.920
have you know a pickup truck or

0:40:58.480,0:41:02.640
something you’re allowed

0:40:59.920,0:41:03.280
you know to sit out in uh you know

0:41:02.640,0:41:05.440
chairs

0:41:03.280,0:41:07.119
near your car and basically everything

0:41:05.440,0:41:10.160
is broadcasted

0:41:07.119,0:41:10.960
through your radio and that when the

0:41:10.160,0:41:13.200
show is over

0:41:10.960,0:41:14.400
everybody honks their horn and flashes

0:41:13.200,0:41:16.640
their light as a

0:41:14.400,0:41:18.000
sign of applause uh they’ve had a couple

0:41:16.640,0:41:19.599
of comedy shows

0:41:18.000,0:41:21.359
in our area they’ve had a couple of

0:41:19.599,0:41:23.440
concerts as well and

0:41:21.359,0:41:24.880
and from what i’ve heard they’ve gone

0:41:23.440,0:41:28.000
over really well you pay

0:41:24.880,0:41:28.800
one price for a you know a car load i

0:41:28.000,0:41:30.960
think it’s

0:41:28.800,0:41:32.480
you know around here it’s four people

0:41:30.960,0:41:35.599
you know per car load

0:41:32.480,0:41:38.079
um they even have an app

0:41:35.599,0:41:38.800
where if you want food you just order it

0:41:38.079,0:41:41.040
on the app

0:41:38.800,0:41:42.240
and somebody comes to your car you know

0:41:41.040,0:41:43.839
and gives it to you

0:41:42.240,0:41:46.400
i even heard that the restrooms that

0:41:43.839,0:41:49.280
they have were very well maintained

0:41:46.400,0:41:51.920
basically as soon as somebody comes out

0:41:49.280,0:41:57.200
somebody goes in and sprays it down

0:41:51.920,0:42:00.000
um and if you can do that why not put on

0:41:57.200,0:42:02.000
you know a production you know they they

0:42:00.000,0:42:04.960
do the plays in the park

0:42:02.000,0:42:05.599
you know anyway here’s a an opportunity

0:42:04.960,0:42:08.880
to

0:42:05.599,0:42:11.200
to do that um you know with a

0:42:08.880,0:42:12.960
with a a play with a broadway show that

0:42:11.200,0:42:15.920
might be an alternative but

0:42:12.960,0:42:18.960
kudos to nbc for putting the effort out

0:42:15.920,0:42:20.800
to try and keep this going for everyone

0:42:18.960,0:42:22.880
i think of anything we need to we need

0:42:20.800,0:42:23.200
to recognize that and encourage more of

0:42:22.880,0:42:26.079
that

0:42:23.200,0:42:27.920
yeah yeah so what else do we have so

0:42:26.079,0:42:30.960
netflix actually dropped a

0:42:27.920,0:42:34.160
teaser trailer for the new season of

0:42:30.960,0:42:37.119
the crown and now we get our first

0:42:34.160,0:42:39.440
first glimpse of princess diana so the

0:42:37.119,0:42:42.319
moment that we’ve all been waiting for

0:42:39.440,0:42:43.119
um the fourth season of the crown which

0:42:42.319,0:42:47.359
will actually

0:42:43.119,0:42:50.400
be debuting on netflix on november 15th

0:42:47.359,0:42:53.040
so obviously not much has come out

0:42:50.400,0:42:54.720
but again we get to see our first look

0:42:53.040,0:42:58.240
at princess diana

0:42:54.720,0:43:01.119
and margaret thatcher as well

0:42:58.240,0:43:02.000
so something of import as important as

0:43:01.119,0:43:04.560
the monarchy

0:43:02.000,0:43:07.040
simply cannot be allowed to fail which

0:43:04.560,0:43:08.880
olivia coleman says

0:43:07.040,0:43:10.400
at the top of the trailer as we get to

0:43:08.880,0:43:12.560
see the first shots

0:43:10.400,0:43:13.920
of her with margaret thatcher who is

0:43:12.560,0:43:17.760
being played by jillian

0:43:13.920,0:43:20.880
anderson um then we also get to see

0:43:17.760,0:43:23.680
emma corrin as princess diana

0:43:20.880,0:43:25.280
so in the short clip we get to see diana

0:43:23.680,0:43:27.680
battling with the sudden

0:43:25.280,0:43:29.280
press attention after meeting charles

0:43:27.680,0:43:32.079
then of course we get to see

0:43:29.280,0:43:32.880
some of diana’s iconic and memorable

0:43:32.079,0:43:34.960
outfits

0:43:32.880,0:43:36.160
which actually leads to the trailer’s

0:43:34.960,0:43:39.200
climax

0:43:36.160,0:43:41.200
the wedding dress so season four

0:43:39.200,0:43:42.560
we’ll see the return obviously of the

0:43:41.200,0:43:45.280
rest of the cast

0:43:42.560,0:43:46.880
uh olivia coleman as queen elizabeth

0:43:45.280,0:43:50.000
tobias mendez as

0:43:46.880,0:43:53.040
prince charles and helena bottom

0:43:50.000,0:43:56.319
corner as princess margaret so

0:43:53.040,0:43:59.359
this is one of our more favorite

0:43:56.319,0:44:02.400
uh shows that we

0:43:59.359,0:44:03.760
we watch together and you know just when

0:44:02.400,0:44:07.200
you think it can’t get

0:44:03.760,0:44:08.319
better they you know the next season

0:44:07.200,0:44:10.480
comes out and

0:44:08.319,0:44:11.760
you know and it brings you even more and

0:44:10.480,0:44:14.800
it’s kind of interesting because

0:44:11.760,0:44:17.599
now we’re getting to the timeline

0:44:14.800,0:44:18.880
of stuff that i know of you know that

0:44:17.599,0:44:20.720
we’ve lived through

0:44:18.880,0:44:22.640
that’s the interesting thing is it’s

0:44:20.720,0:44:25.599
less of a history lesson now right and

0:44:22.640,0:44:27.839
more of a recap of the things that

0:44:25.599,0:44:29.200
we knew but we knew from the perspective

0:44:27.839,0:44:32.480
of seeing it in the headlines

0:44:29.200,0:44:33.599
right right so there was a lot of

0:44:32.480,0:44:36.319
speculation about

0:44:33.599,0:44:38.640
what happened in the 80s and 90s right

0:44:36.319,0:44:39.839
you know the show has been a fantastic

0:44:38.640,0:44:41.760
source of information

0:44:39.839,0:44:44.000
for some of the behind the scenes stuff

0:44:41.760,0:44:44.960
yeah so it’s kind of exciting to see

0:44:44.000,0:44:45.760
where they’re going to go with this and

0:44:44.960,0:44:47.440
the fact that they

0:44:45.760,0:44:49.119
they managed to get another season out

0:44:47.440,0:44:50.560
of here because there’s so much story to

0:44:49.119,0:44:53.119
tell and and that’s the other thing that

0:44:50.560,0:44:55.440
was only supposed to be five seasons

0:44:53.119,0:44:57.760
and now they realized you know as you

0:44:55.440,0:44:59.680
said there’s so much more

0:44:57.760,0:45:01.119
to tell that they don’t want to rush

0:44:59.680,0:45:04.640
through season five

0:45:01.119,0:45:07.280
so we get a season six as well nice

0:45:04.640,0:45:08.960
nice well that was all we had for

0:45:07.280,0:45:10.800
entertainment news this week we’ll be

0:45:08.960,0:45:12.590
right back with our insightful picks of

0:45:10.800,0:45:15.540
the week

0:45:12.590,0:45:16.800
[Applause]

0:45:15.540,0:45:19.599
[Music]

0:45:16.800,0:45:20.720
go for your insightful pick so my

0:45:19.599,0:45:24.240
insightful pick

0:45:20.720,0:45:25.200
is a documentary you’re brushing off on

0:45:24.240,0:45:27.839
me is really

0:45:25.200,0:45:29.440
you’re working my side of the street i

0:45:27.839,0:45:30.160
was surprised you didn’t you didn’t do

0:45:29.440,0:45:33.359
this one

0:45:30.160,0:45:33.839
um so this was actually a documentary

0:45:33.359,0:45:36.800
that we

0:45:33.839,0:45:37.440
we ended up watching uh together and it

0:45:36.800,0:45:40.880
is called

0:45:37.440,0:45:43.359
howard um it is a 2018

0:45:40.880,0:45:44.640
documentary uh which was written and

0:45:43.359,0:45:48.079
directed by don

0:45:44.640,0:45:51.280
henn about the life of songwriter uh

0:45:48.079,0:45:52.720
howard ashman so it’s the untold story

0:45:51.280,0:45:55.440
of howard ashman

0:45:52.720,0:45:56.880
um who is the brilliant lyricist behind

0:45:55.440,0:45:59.040
disney classics

0:45:56.880,0:46:00.079
such as aladdin beauty and the beast the

0:45:59.040,0:46:03.440
little mermaid

0:46:00.079,0:46:07.520
and also created uh musicals like

0:46:03.440,0:46:11.280
a little shop of horrors unfortunately

0:46:07.520,0:46:11.280
his life was cut short due to

0:46:12.160,0:46:18.400
developing aids in the 80s

0:46:15.680,0:46:19.520
um and he was only 39 when he when he

0:46:18.400,0:46:23.040
passed away

0:46:19.520,0:46:26.240
um the documentary

0:46:23.040,0:46:28.640
you know gave so much you know i knew

0:46:26.240,0:46:30.880
he was established with disney and i

0:46:28.640,0:46:33.839
knew he had done little shops of horrors

0:46:30.880,0:46:34.720
but i didn’t know a lot of his his

0:46:33.839,0:46:37.599
earlier

0:46:34.720,0:46:38.800
background you know so he had gone um

0:46:37.599,0:46:42.400
you know to college

0:46:38.800,0:46:45.200
and then ended up in new york he started

0:46:42.400,0:46:46.560
a little off-broadway uh production

0:46:45.200,0:46:48.240
company

0:46:46.560,0:46:49.680
where they put on you know all these

0:46:48.240,0:46:51.359
little uh

0:46:49.680,0:46:53.760
little shows and that they never really

0:46:51.359,0:46:55.839
wanted to get big

0:46:53.760,0:46:59.040
because that was part of their

0:46:55.839,0:47:02.160
attraction was was being this small

0:46:59.040,0:47:03.680
intimate group and that you know little

0:47:02.160,0:47:06.240
shop of horrors kind of

0:47:03.680,0:47:07.119
brought him to you know the forefront of

0:47:06.240,0:47:09.760
things

0:47:07.119,0:47:11.280
and what was interesting was that he

0:47:09.760,0:47:14.560
ended up

0:47:11.280,0:47:16.800
he was working with marvin hamlisch

0:47:14.560,0:47:18.319
and they were supposed to be producing

0:47:16.800,0:47:21.760
this big

0:47:18.319,0:47:24.079
uh broadway show smile and it actually

0:47:21.760,0:47:26.319
never came to be and he thought oh

0:47:24.079,0:47:29.520
that’s it my career is done

0:47:26.319,0:47:29.920
and disney kind of came in and was like

0:47:29.520,0:47:32.559
hey

0:47:29.920,0:47:33.520
we’re looking for somebody to to write

0:47:32.559,0:47:36.480
some songs for

0:47:33.520,0:47:38.400
some upcoming you know shows and his

0:47:36.480,0:47:41.599
career kind of you know

0:47:38.400,0:47:42.160
took off and unfortunately not much

0:47:41.599,0:47:44.800
longer

0:47:42.160,0:47:47.599
after that was when he found out he had

0:47:44.800,0:47:50.960
aids he kept it hidden for so long

0:47:47.599,0:47:54.640
and unfortunately passed away before um

0:47:50.960,0:47:57.680
beauty and the beast even came out um

0:47:54.640,0:48:00.800
and what was was so fun to see

0:47:57.680,0:48:04.559
was to see the behind the scenes

0:48:00.800,0:48:06.160
um of them filming songs from beauty and

0:48:04.559,0:48:09.440
the beast and you got to see

0:48:06.160,0:48:11.599
angela lansbury and scenes uh from the

0:48:09.440,0:48:15.520
little mermaid with jody benson

0:48:11.599,0:48:16.800
and you know and hear his renditions of

0:48:15.520,0:48:19.680
the songs like his

0:48:16.800,0:48:20.319
um you know his his i don’t know what

0:48:19.680,0:48:22.559
they

0:48:20.319,0:48:23.599
what the the correct terminology is you

0:48:22.559,0:48:27.040
know but

0:48:23.599,0:48:30.319
you know his demos of everything and and

0:48:27.040,0:48:33.520
you know and just the way the words

0:48:30.319,0:48:34.720
kind of rolled off like he he was never

0:48:33.520,0:48:37.920
a performer

0:48:34.720,0:48:38.720
he but he just had a way with with words

0:48:37.920,0:48:43.200
really

0:48:38.720,0:48:46.160
um and you know it’s such a heartwarming

0:48:43.200,0:48:46.960
um you know documentary and sad

0:48:46.160,0:48:50.000
obviously

0:48:46.960,0:48:52.480
um you know cause you can’t

0:48:50.000,0:48:54.000
imagine what disney would be like

0:48:52.480,0:48:56.160
without him he

0:48:54.000,0:48:57.520
you know was part of that you know

0:48:56.160,0:48:59.520
renaissance as we

0:48:57.520,0:49:00.559
you know we talked about of disney

0:48:59.520,0:49:04.079
animation

0:49:00.559,0:49:04.720
um where you know disney animation had

0:49:04.079,0:49:07.200
always

0:49:04.720,0:49:08.240
been going on but for a while was was

0:49:07.200,0:49:09.520
kind of bad

0:49:08.240,0:49:11.599
and then all of a sudden you had this

0:49:09.520,0:49:13.119
resurgence and a lot of it had to do

0:49:11.599,0:49:15.760
with the songs

0:49:13.119,0:49:16.160
um you know and he he was part of it you

0:49:15.760,0:49:19.599
know

0:49:16.160,0:49:23.040
so uh really really interesting

0:49:19.599,0:49:24.800
um you know if you are interested in

0:49:23.040,0:49:26.079
in disney and disney background in

0:49:24.800,0:49:29.520
disney history

0:49:26.079,0:49:31.680
or musicals um you know to to hear about

0:49:29.520,0:49:32.640
you know somebody that you you might

0:49:31.680,0:49:34.880
know about

0:49:32.640,0:49:36.000
and you know again might not know you

0:49:34.880,0:49:44.400
know too much about

0:49:36.000,0:49:47.440
so all right good pick thank you so

0:49:44.400,0:49:48.240
my pick this week uh should come as no

0:49:47.440,0:49:51.599
surprise

0:49:48.240,0:49:54.960
is a documentary my pick

0:49:51.599,0:49:58.720
is the king’s highway which was

0:49:54.960,0:50:02.079
a crowdfunded documentary

0:49:58.720,0:50:05.280
that was actually done in our relative

0:50:02.079,0:50:05.920
neck of the woods here the king’s

0:50:05.280,0:50:09.040
highway

0:50:05.920,0:50:11.839
is a 2016 documentary film about the

0:50:09.040,0:50:14.960
untold story of northeast philadelphia’s

0:50:11.839,0:50:17.760
impact on america and the historical

0:50:14.960,0:50:19.839
significance of this region

0:50:17.760,0:50:21.760
the historic buildings and structures

0:50:19.839,0:50:25.440
along with along the king’s

0:50:21.760,0:50:28.160
highway with the

0:50:25.440,0:50:28.880
let me start that one again the historic

0:50:28.160,0:50:31.520
buildings

0:50:28.880,0:50:32.240
and structures along the king’s highway

0:50:31.520,0:50:34.240
along

0:50:32.240,0:50:36.240
with the washington rochambeau

0:50:34.240,0:50:38.480
revolutionary route

0:50:36.240,0:50:39.520
are the foundation of the film

0:50:38.480,0:50:41.920
augmenting that

0:50:39.520,0:50:44.160
with in-depth historical coverage of

0:50:41.920,0:50:45.440
philadelphia’s three defining creeks and

0:50:44.160,0:50:48.079
rivers

0:50:45.440,0:50:49.760
will allow for a very comprehensive

0:50:48.079,0:50:51.680
depiction

0:50:49.760,0:50:53.680
our expert speakers and documentary

0:50:51.680,0:50:56.400
filmmaker jason sherman

0:50:53.680,0:50:57.040
will provide the narrative archival

0:50:56.400,0:50:59.920
footage

0:50:57.040,0:51:00.880
documents photographs and artifacts give

0:50:59.920,0:51:04.319
you a glimpse

0:51:00.880,0:51:07.359
into the past time lapse aerial

0:51:04.319,0:51:08.160
and walk-through footage of many

0:51:07.359,0:51:10.559
locations

0:51:08.160,0:51:12.960
enables you to see the beauty that has

0:51:10.559,0:51:15.280
been all but forgotten

0:51:12.960,0:51:17.280
the goal of the film is to not only

0:51:15.280,0:51:19.119
spread awareness about the historic

0:51:17.280,0:51:21.920
value of this area

0:51:19.119,0:51:23.839
but to also showcase the historians and

0:51:21.920,0:51:26.079
preservationists that are fighting to

0:51:23.839,0:51:28.240
keep our beautiful city

0:51:26.079,0:51:30.610
and the history of the united states of

0:51:28.240,0:51:31.920
america intact

0:51:30.610,0:51:33.760
[Music]

0:51:31.920,0:51:35.520
the king’s highway was a was a road that

0:51:33.760,0:51:37.680
ran from new england down

0:51:35.520,0:51:38.720
towards the southern colonies and it was

0:51:37.680,0:51:42.960
the prime route

0:51:38.720,0:51:47.440
that um everyone during colonial times

0:51:42.960,0:51:50.720
used and it was sort of the route 66

0:51:47.440,0:51:52.960
of colonial times there was you know it

0:51:50.720,0:51:56.559
was built

0:51:52.960,0:51:59.520
using old um native american path

0:51:56.559,0:51:59.839
footpaths and they were eventually built

0:51:59.520,0:52:03.200
out

0:51:59.839,0:52:05.119
into wagon ways and

0:52:03.200,0:52:07.280
and you were able to pass carriages

0:52:05.119,0:52:09.200
through and the armies passed up and

0:52:07.280,0:52:10.800
down it

0:52:09.200,0:52:13.119
but the interesting thing which this

0:52:10.800,0:52:15.040
film highlights is

0:52:13.119,0:52:16.800
and it only highlights a small piece of

0:52:15.040,0:52:19.839
it in northeast philadelphia

0:52:16.800,0:52:22.480
is the the cities and the bureaus

0:52:19.839,0:52:24.640
and the population that grew up along

0:52:22.480,0:52:26.240
the kings highway here

0:52:24.640,0:52:29.280
and some of the history one of the

0:52:26.240,0:52:31.760
things that they focus on in the film

0:52:29.280,0:52:32.559
is the number of historic buildings that

0:52:31.760,0:52:36.079
are

0:52:32.559,0:52:37.440
200 some years old okay that are being

0:52:36.079,0:52:40.559
sacrificed

0:52:37.440,0:52:43.760
due to progress buildings that are being

0:52:40.559,0:52:45.280
knocked down and and their histories

0:52:43.760,0:52:48.240
being lost

0:52:45.280,0:52:48.640
um locations you know that we we look at

0:52:48.240,0:52:50.480
the

0:52:48.640,0:52:52.160
literally the oldest bridge in the

0:52:50.480,0:52:54.240
united states

0:52:52.160,0:52:55.920
is a bridge that was built back in the

0:52:54.240,0:52:57.760
1700s and it’s

0:52:55.920,0:53:01.119
right here in our backyard most people

0:52:57.760,0:53:03.680
don’t know about that um

0:53:01.119,0:53:04.640
it it was a it was a documentary that

0:53:03.680,0:53:07.200
hit home with me

0:53:04.640,0:53:09.599
because one of the things that i’m

0:53:07.200,0:53:11.520
passionate about is history

0:53:09.599,0:53:12.960
and in fact we’re in the process of

0:53:11.520,0:53:16.079
developing a new

0:53:12.960,0:53:18.640
history centric podcast

0:53:16.079,0:53:19.599
that it in itself is designed to

0:53:18.640,0:53:23.040
highlight the

0:53:19.599,0:53:24.720
this very type of thing the the pieces

0:53:23.040,0:53:26.839
of our history that

0:53:24.720,0:53:28.160
don’t get all of the glamour and the

0:53:26.839,0:53:30.559
highlights

0:53:28.160,0:53:32.559
that a lot of the more famous things get

0:53:30.559,0:53:33.839
but they’re equally as important to our

0:53:32.559,0:53:36.960
history

0:53:33.839,0:53:37.280
so this one kind of hit home for me and

0:53:36.960,0:53:39.119
the

0:53:37.280,0:53:40.559
efforts that were being made here and

0:53:39.119,0:53:43.599
the people that they talked to

0:53:40.559,0:53:46.000
all local historians and members of

0:53:43.599,0:53:48.319
historical societies

0:53:46.000,0:53:52.079
you could feel the passion you could

0:53:48.319,0:53:53.599
feel the desire to save these things

0:53:52.079,0:53:55.359
and there’s a couple incidents in the

0:53:53.599,0:53:58.640
film where

0:53:55.359,0:54:01.680
buildings are lost and no one knew

0:53:58.640,0:54:03.440
what those buildings were until they

0:54:01.680,0:54:06.240
were lost

0:54:03.440,0:54:07.280
you had a building where the continental

0:54:06.240,0:54:09.760
congress met at

0:54:07.280,0:54:10.800
okay and sheltered there you had

0:54:09.760,0:54:13.599
buildings that

0:54:10.800,0:54:14.960
were meeting places for the founding

0:54:13.599,0:54:17.359
fathers

0:54:14.960,0:54:18.559
and they were knocked down to put drug

0:54:17.359,0:54:21.040
stores in and

0:54:18.559,0:54:22.400
okay pointless buildings like that that

0:54:21.040,0:54:23.839
you know

0:54:22.400,0:54:25.599
given the amount of space that we have

0:54:23.839,0:54:27.280
around

0:54:25.599,0:54:29.119
i have to think that there are better

0:54:27.280,0:54:31.920
alternatives

0:54:29.119,0:54:32.400
so if nothing else it’s worth watching

0:54:31.920,0:54:35.520
this

0:54:32.400,0:54:38.319
to to gain that appreciation

0:54:35.520,0:54:40.240
and again this is really centralized to

0:54:38.319,0:54:41.920
northeast philadelphia

0:54:40.240,0:54:44.480
but the plight of these historic

0:54:41.920,0:54:44.480
buildings

0:54:44.880,0:54:50.720
is is across the country you know

0:54:48.480,0:54:52.880
if we don’t preserve these historical

0:54:50.720,0:54:56.079
places and these

0:54:52.880,0:54:58.160
self-contained historical monuments then

0:54:56.079,0:55:01.760
that history is lost and that

0:54:58.160,0:55:02.640
part of america is lost there’s a lack

0:55:01.760,0:55:04.400
of funding

0:55:02.640,0:55:06.160
there’s a lack of interest there’s a

0:55:04.400,0:55:08.000
lack of concern

0:55:06.160,0:55:09.359
the processes for getting things

0:55:08.000,0:55:12.799
declared

0:55:09.359,0:55:15.359
historic landmarks are

0:55:12.799,0:55:17.760
difficult to navigate they’re confusing

0:55:15.359,0:55:20.559
they require ridiculous

0:55:17.760,0:55:21.760
amounts of supporting evidence where you

0:55:20.559,0:55:23.760
have to justify

0:55:21.760,0:55:25.520
why this building that’s 200 years old

0:55:23.760,0:55:27.119
should be preserved

0:55:25.520,0:55:29.359
you know the fact that it’s 200 years

0:55:27.119,0:55:31.040
old is is justification enough for it to

0:55:29.359,0:55:34.480
be preserved

0:55:31.040,0:55:36.480
um and and really we need to we need to

0:55:34.480,0:55:38.400
appreciate these things

0:55:36.480,0:55:41.760
and that’s one thing that i take away

0:55:38.400,0:55:43.839
from this particular documentary is

0:55:41.760,0:55:45.839
that need to do that and to get that

0:55:43.839,0:55:47.599
message out to people and to educate

0:55:45.839,0:55:50.799
people on them

0:55:47.599,0:55:55.359
so the kings highway uh streaming now on

0:55:50.799,0:55:55.359
amazon prime and we’ll be right back

0:55:56.730,0:56:00.960
[Applause]

0:55:59.040,0:56:03.359
so i think that’s all we had this week

0:56:00.960,0:56:05.680
yep uh another good show

0:56:03.359,0:56:07.599
before we go i do want to invite folks

0:56:05.680,0:56:09.520
to check out our long form articles on

0:56:07.599,0:56:12.160
medium at medium.com

0:56:09.520,0:56:12.960
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0:56:12.160,0:56:15.440
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0:56:12.960,0:56:16.640
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0:56:18.720,0:56:22.079
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0:56:20.400,0:56:24.079
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0:56:22.079,0:56:27.200
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0:56:24.079,0:56:29.040
at comments insights into things.com in

0:56:27.200,0:56:30.960
addition to our insights in the history

0:56:29.040,0:56:32.480
that we’re currently

0:56:30.960,0:56:34.160
in the process of doing research and

0:56:32.480,0:56:35.920
development on we also have another

0:56:34.160,0:56:37.839
podcast we’re working on that we hope to

0:56:35.920,0:56:40.960
have out shortly tell us about that one

0:56:37.839,0:56:44.240
and that one is going to be more

0:56:40.960,0:56:47.599
disney centric obviously we

0:56:44.240,0:56:48.319
we feature a lot of disney and uh disney

0:56:47.599,0:56:51.200
stuff here

0:56:48.319,0:56:52.880
but this is gonna be kind of a um

0:56:51.200,0:56:56.319
missing the magic

0:56:52.880,0:56:58.319
so so to speak of um things that aren’t

0:56:56.319,0:57:00.720
there anymore um

0:56:58.319,0:57:02.240
things that are there that you know the

0:57:00.720,0:57:05.520
average person might not

0:57:02.240,0:57:09.680
know about some kind of insider tips

0:57:05.520,0:57:13.760
um you know maybe a a seek a hidden gem

0:57:09.680,0:57:16.319
of a place to eat or place to relax

0:57:13.760,0:57:17.359
and this is kind of a collaborative

0:57:16.319,0:57:20.240
effort

0:57:17.359,0:57:22.400
between you myself and our daughter

0:57:20.240,0:57:26.000
madison she’s going to be

0:57:22.400,0:57:28.480
you know helping to do research as well

0:57:26.000,0:57:29.440
uh the the idea is it’ll be kind of a

0:57:28.480,0:57:32.880
monthly

0:57:29.440,0:57:36.559
uh uh podcast that we’ll do um

0:57:32.880,0:57:39.680
we probably won’t do it live um and

0:57:36.559,0:57:42.480
try and dig up some you know archival

0:57:39.680,0:57:44.240
photos and videos to kind of help you

0:57:42.480,0:57:44.960
know tell you a story that you might not

0:57:44.240,0:57:49.520
know

0:57:44.960,0:57:52.480
you know and draw on the 20 plus trips

0:57:49.520,0:57:53.359
i’ve had and the lord knows how many 50

0:57:52.480,0:57:55.920
something

0:57:53.359,0:57:56.640
i’ve had because every time we know i’ve

0:57:55.920,0:57:59.040
been down there

0:57:56.640,0:58:00.720
20 sometimes now right every time i’m

0:57:59.040,0:58:02.160
down there there’s always something new

0:58:00.720,0:58:05.520
to find

0:58:02.160,0:58:07.680
and if you know for most people going to

0:58:05.520,0:58:08.000
disney is a once-in-a-lifetime activity

0:58:07.680,0:58:10.319
right

0:58:08.000,0:58:13.200
right and if you just go once you’ll

0:58:10.319,0:58:14.559
have a fantastic time but you’ll miss

0:58:13.200,0:58:16.400
so much right because you just don’t

0:58:14.559,0:58:19.520
have the time right you you

0:58:16.400,0:58:22.160
real literally need probably like a

0:58:19.520,0:58:22.640
couple of months right at once you need

0:58:22.160,0:58:24.640
to be

0:58:22.640,0:58:25.839
a member of the nba in order to really

0:58:24.640,0:58:28.400
appreciate it

0:58:25.839,0:58:29.920
and even then you can’t because you know

0:58:28.400,0:58:32.000
you’re stuck in your hotel room

0:58:29.920,0:58:33.760
you know until the end of the day so

0:58:32.000,0:58:36.960
hopefully the new podcast will

0:58:33.760,0:58:39.119
will allow us to educate folks and show

0:58:36.960,0:58:41.920
them a little bit of behind the scenes

0:58:39.119,0:58:43.760
and a shout out to any of our new

0:58:41.920,0:58:46.799
subscribers who found us

0:58:43.760,0:58:50.319
through instagram uh we’re now on

0:58:46.799,0:58:54.720
instagram insights into things podcast

0:58:50.319,0:58:56.799
and we kind of followed some other

0:58:54.720,0:58:58.559
podcasts some other creators and some

0:58:56.799,0:59:00.559
other creators started following us and

0:58:58.559,0:59:03.440
we’re going to give us a listen so

0:59:00.559,0:59:05.119
shout out to to all of our our new

0:59:03.440,0:59:05.839
listeners who found us uh through

0:59:05.119,0:59:08.160
instagram

0:59:05.839,0:59:09.680
and you know what give us a drop us an

0:59:08.160,0:59:10.480
email and we’ll be happy to plug your

0:59:09.680,0:59:12.400
podcast

0:59:10.480,0:59:13.680
absolutely all right i think that’s it

0:59:12.400,0:59:14.880
another one in the books all right have

0:59:13.680,0:59:18.660
a good week everyone

0:59:14.880,0:59:42.559
bye bye

0:59:18.660,0:59:44.640
[Music]

0:59:42.559,0:59:44.640
you

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