One year ago this month, we were looking back with fondness on a Disney Legend and looking ahead with excitement to new experiences coming to Magic Kingdom Park . Let’s take a look at what we were working on April 2013 here on the Disney Parks Blog .
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How to Ride a Bicycle Built for Four with the Dapper Dans of Disneyland
What really caught my attention was how easy they made it look. How do four men ride one bicycle together? I had to know … so I asked them to show us!
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Step in Time: ‘Share A Dream Come True’ Parade Marks 100 Years of Magic
One of my favorite scenes that guests got to take part in was the famous scene from “I Love Lucy,” in which Lucy and Ethel take on a speeding conveyer belt of chocolates. The guest would take on the role of Ethel. Were you ever chosen to participate in SuperStar Television? Tell us about it in the “Comments” section below!
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Tokyo Disney Resort Welcomes 600 Millionth Guest
The “Share A Dream Come True” parade made its debut at Magic Kingdom Park on October 1, 2001, just in time for Walt Disney World Resort’s 100 Years of Magic Celebration, which celebrated the 100th anniversary of Walt Disney’s birth. Gallery view all The parade kicked off with a mini float, upon which a performer dressed as an animator sketched Mickey Mouse at his desk and was followed by a string of floats that each showcased a different Disney film.
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A ‘Hollywood’ Classic: SuperStar Television
Our friends at Tokyo Disney Resort celebrated an amazing milestone earlier this month, welcoming their 600 millionth guest on April 12. So who was the 600 millionth guest? Yumi Sakai, who was visiting the park with her husband and two children. To celebrate, Yumi was given flowers and asked to help lead a special ceremony alongside Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
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