Saturday, June 9, 2007
As promised, here is the part two of this special 20000 leagues under the sea tribute , and this time it is a special "movie artwork" , full of original paintings, as well as the original posters.Images 4,5,7,8,9, 17 from the top are painting by Harper Goff. Images 18 and 20 are by Peter Ellenshaw. Image 2 by John Steel. Others by various Disney artists.
And, below, a video of the original trailer for the movie!
If you like 20000 leagues under the sea, i strongly recommand you to go on the great
vulcaniasubmarine.com web site where you will find a lot of production pictures , art work, and many more at: http://www.vulcaniasubmarine.com/
Artwork and video:copyright Disney.
Pictures and Video: copyright Disney
Thursday, June 7, 2007
It's a submarine week on Disney and more, with this two part 20000 leagues under the sea tribute.
In today's part one, let's remember the now extinct Walt Disney world 20000 leagues submarine ride with great photos and a video of the ride itself.
Don't forget to come back tomorrow for the part two with a special artwork from the movie itself!
Photos: copyright Disney and allearsnet.com
Video: Jenniferose7 on you tube
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
When the subs opened in 1959, Disneyland's submarines were the 8th submarine fleet in the world as Walt liked to tell everybody. As we know the new ride based on Finding Nemo has replaced the old submarine ride, so let's have a nostalgic look on the original ride with these two great you tube videos filmed with talent by ParkHopper 10 years ago.
All aboard the submarines, and dive! dive! dive!
Photos: copyright Disney
Video by ParkHopper
Publié par Alain Littaye à l'adresse 2:37 PM
Monday, June 4, 2007
Sue Kruse at Mice age have the big scoop today , with the very first review of the long awaited
Finding Nemo: Submarine Voyage ride. The 11 1/2 Finding Nemo: Submarine Voyage rideride is now open at Disneyland, and here are some photos of imagineers at work and a great Tony Baxter interview and behind the scenes videos, which include some video clips of the new ride.
Also, a short google video showing a scene of the ride. As the ride is pretty dark - and not open officially yet - it is hard to find a good video, but when i will find one, i will let you know.
I've added two more videos , one of the tv advertising for the ride, and one from you tube filmed by "Long time listener" showing the promotional submarine vehicle, stopping here is Seattle. Believe it or not, but there is more Audio-animatronic on the top of this vehicle than in the new Crush coaster ride at the WDS in Paris!
Also include a photo of the dedication ceremony of this actual one with Tony Baxter.
Sue Kruse miceage article is at: www.miceage.com
All photos and video: copyright Disney