In the fourth episode of The Main Street Monologue, it’s Halloween time! To kick-start their month of Halloween celebrations, Will and Todd discuss their required Disney Halloween viewings, 8 films and/or shorts that they must watch each and every October!
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In the second episode of Sideshow’s laughing place – The Main Street Monologue, Disnerds Will and Todd talk about the confirmation of a longstanding rumor regarding IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth, before discussing ten guilty pleasures other Disney fans judge them for in five categories, movie, restaurant, attraction, song, and merchandise!
Special thanks to Rob Rawdon, our Chief Namer of Episodes!
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In the first, official episode of Sideshow’s brand new, bi-weekly Disney podcast – The Main Street Monologue, Will and Todd talk about an exciting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge rumor concerning John Williams and Michael Giacchino, before discussing their Top Ten favorite area audio loops on Disney property!
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Welcome to The Main Street Monologue, our brand new podcast where we go all in on all things Disney. We’ll discuss topics ranging from home video releases, parks and resorts, our top 5 lists, top 10 lists, Disney history, and a whole lot more at Sideshow HQ’s laughing place!
In Episode 0, hosts Will and Todd tell you all about their brand new bi-weekly Disney show, the pros and cons of the Disney Movie Club, and finally, they review the latest Blu-ray release from the Walt Disney Signature Edition, Peter Pan.
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Welcome to Mouse Music, where we celebrate the magic, music and history of the Walt Disney Company! In our 13th episode, we discuss the 49th Disney animated feature film, The Princess and the Frog!
Joining Will & Wend for their trip down the bayou is Rachel, Chris & Todd! The full hostful head to New Orleans to talk about the 2009 animated musical, ’The Princess and the Frog‘, scored by Sideshow favourite composer Randy Newman.
Up next, it’s time to turn back the hands of the Sideshow clock and head back to the past in the Disney Music Archives. Chris brings us three earworms for the price of two from Disney legend George Bruns that all share a similar history. For today’s episode, we provide a healthy dose of toe-tapping dixieland jazz in That Happy Rag, The Humphrey Hop, and 1925 in all their various iterations over the years and their magnum opus in the Autoparts Harmonic Orchestra at the 1964 New York World’s Fair.
Rachel and Todd return us to the present to finish the show In the Parks in New Orleans Square over at Disneyland! After a rundown of the land’s history, the team take a stroll through the narrow, winding streets and intimate courtyards to celebrate and share their thoughts and memories of the mint juleps, French cuisine, authentic architecture, Club 33 and atmosphere of the birthplace of jazz.
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Space travellers and treasured listeners of Mouse Music, welcome to a podcast celebrating the magic, music and history of the Walt Disney Company! The future has arrived in our 12th episode, as we discuss the computer-animated, sci-fi comedy film, Meet the Robinsons!
Joining Will & Wend for their high-flying adventure, as always, is Rachel & Todd! The team of podcasters head to the future to talk about the 2007 Walt Disney Animated Studios’, ‘Meet the Robinsons‘, scored by composer Danny Elfman and performed by the Hollywood Studio Symphony.
Up next, the crew pick up Chris, turn back the clock, raise the Swiss flag and build a treehouse in the Disney Music Archives. Chris brings us an earworm from Adventureland for today’s episode, ‘Swisskapolka‘ written by Buddy Baker. Taken from the 1960 American Adventure film, ‘Swiss Family Robinson‘, enjoy Chris & Wend’s premiere performance on vocals and organ of the lyrics written by Bob Jackman!
As Chris treats his mouse bite, Rachel and Todd return us to the future to finish the show In the Parks at spaceport seven-five, with Rachel’s favourite attraction, Space Mountain! After a speedy journey through the ride’s history, the team celebrate the Tomorrowland rollercoaster by sharing their memories and thoughts on all the ride’s iterations including it’s memorable techno score, composed by Michael Giacchino.
Avast ye privateers, scallywags, landlubbers and beloved listeners of Mouse Music and welcome to a podcast celebrating the magic, music and history of the Walt Disney Company! In our 11th episode, we head to the high seas, raise the Jolly Roger to discuss the second film directed by Jim Henson‘s son, Brian Henson, Muppet Treasure Island!
Joining Cap’n Will Dodson and the old salt himself, first mate Wendell Jones, all the way from the West Coast, is Rachel Herrick! The team of podcasters set sail on the big blue wet thing to talk about a childhood favourite, the 1996 Walt Disney Pictures’, ‘Muppet Treasure Island‘, scored by composer Hans Zimmer, with songs by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil.
Up next, the crew pick up pirate Legend Crewman Chris for another nautical instalment of the Disney Music Archives. Chris brings quite the shanty for today’s episode, ‘Little Toot‘ sung by the Andrews Sisters,with music by Vic Schoen. Taken from the 1948 Walt Disney Studios package feature film, ‘Melody Time‘, there’s more than meets the eye with this one!
The four caballeros finish the show In the Parks, in the pirate-infested waters of Davy Jones with a well-loved Sideshow favourite, Pirates of the Caribbean! After a brief jaunt through the ride’s history, the team drunkenly celebrate the recent 50th anniversary by sharing with you their memories and thoughts about one of their absolute favourite attractions and it’s memorable signature tune “Yo Ho (A Pirate’s Life for Me)” composed by X Atencio, with lyrics by George Bruns.
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