Saturday, October 9, 2010

Disneyland Paris 2010 Halloween

Disneyland Paris Halloween season began one week ago and this year the famous pumpkin men disappeared from Main Street USA! DLP guests will find them mainly in Frontierland as well as the meet and greet with Jack Skellington and Sally is relocated near the Cowboy Cookout Barbecue instead to be in Phantom Manor's graveyard where they were last year.

Let's have a little tour of the most interesting Halloween decor in Frontierland!

The afternoon parade include a new float with Disney Villains like Dr Facilier or even Jack Sparrow...On another one Jack and Sally, and right behind the Halloween ballet of the pumpkin men ends the parade.

Here is a short video from CharactersPhotosBlog showing the new Halloween float.

There is also a Halloween show on Central Plaza, the "Disney Villains Halloween Showtime"; here is a Youtube video of it filmed by gochaton.

DLP guests can find Halloween merchandise in many shops around the park, but at Main Street Emporium the Christmas merchandise area is already set.

The next article, will talk about DLP's future and 20th Anniversary but, talking about Christmas, i remind you that if you're looking for a great Christmas gift for anyone you love - including you! - the "Disneyland Paris, From Sketch to Reality" book with its 320 pages and 750 pictures - including 250 renderings from Walt Disney Imagineering - would be a GREAT gift for any Disney fan! I still have some copies of this hard to find book and, as i am one of the two authors of the book, each copy will be sign specially for you or anyone you wish. Of course, don't forget to tell me the name to whom you wish I dedicate the book.

Price for one copy of the english updated edition (with the text in english) is 87 Euros + 15 euros shipping to any country. Payment can be done with Paypal or by wire transfert if you don't have a Paypal account.

You can see some inside pages of the book on this D&M page HERE and to order the book please email me at:

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All pictures: copyright Alain Littaye - Disney and more

Videos: copyright CharactersPhotosBlog and gochaton

1 comment:

Marco Antonio Garcia. said...

Not a big deal. They could learn from Hong Kong and Anaheim how to make a Halloween.