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As before, we did have to stop recording a couple of times as fans of Jeff saw us and came over to say hello and take a picture, which was cool. Other than those pauses, though, what you’ll hear is the real-time sounds of the park and the interview—still with some unexpected clicks that came from somewhere I can’t identify, but hopefully they’re not too distracting. Enjoy!
In this episode Jeff talks about:
- What two of the most fascinating windows are that he discovered while researching the book, including one pretty hilarious story;
- How the Communicore Weekly podcast got started;
- Behind the scenes with the podcast;
- Is Disney hitting us over the head with Frozen or is it guest demand?;
- More detours about Disney attractions present and future;
- Back to Communicore Weekly—what’s in it and what makes it different;
- Going more in depth on George’s Book of the Week segment;
- Visiting Flushing Meadows, the site of the 1964-65 World’s Fair;
- Whether show segments ever go off-topic;
- If he could work for the Walt Disney Company what he would do and why;
- Whether there’s something he never gets asked but wishes he would—and then we talk about it;
- What inspires him;
- His advice to you for following your dreams;
- Shameless Plug Time.
- Communicore Weekly (Podcast)
- Main Street Windows
- It’s Kind of a Cute Story
- More Cute Stories, Vol. 1: Disneyland History
- More Cute Stories, Vol. 2: Animators and Imagineers
- More Cute Stories, Vol. 3: Museum of the Weird
- More Cute Stories, Vol. 4: 1964/65 New York World’s Fair
- More Cute Stories, Vol. 5: Animators and Imagineers Part 2
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Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.
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