February 9, 2008

Magic Kingdom with David and Bobby Part 2

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh showcases scenes from the many movies and books featuring Disney's favorite bear.

Pooh uses a blue balloon in order to reach the honey in the tree. Let's hope there are no bees in that honey as there were in the 1966 featurette Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.

Reminiscent of the 1968 film Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, Piglet gets trapped by a raging flood and must be saved by his friends.

These are Woozles, which along with the Heffalumps-which were purple elephants, first appeared in Pooh's dreams in Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day.

They are both scary creatures of the Hundred Acre Wood where Pooh lives.

After saving Piglet, Pooh celebrates with a huge feast of honey.

We then decided to go visit Madame Leota and her many husbands in our very own Doom Buggy at The Haunted Mansion.

After picking up some hitchhiking ghosts we headed over to get a great view of the Disney Dreams Come True Parade.

Always remember, and don't ever forget, It Was All Started By A Mouse.

There's that little wooden fibber again-Pinocchio-LIVE and his father Geppetto. One of Snow White's famous dwarf friends, Doc, walks close by.

Bobby then went to explore the Swiss Family Treehouse. One of the original attractions of The Magic Kingdom, this attraction is based on the 1960 movie Swiss Family Robinson featuring the future Hawaii Five-O star James MacArthur.

Coincidentally, James MacArthur was adopted as an infant by another future Disney star-the legendary Helen Hayes (Herbie Rides Again).

Next David, Bobby and Marlon were looking forward to being entertained by Tiki birds in The Enchanted Tiki Room (Under New Management) starring comedian Gilbert Gottfried as lago, the big cele-birdy.

There are some of the Tiki-birds now.

Jasper, Horace and Cruella prepare to kidnap Pongo and Perdita---two of the 101 Dalmations. Meanwhile, their favorite TV show "What's My Crime?" plays on the big screen.

These malformed LGMs (Little Green Men) only have two eyes instead of the usual three. Scary!

Walt and Minnie converse in this classic picture of Main Street.

For more pictures, go to http://public.fotki.com/Marlonfleenor/1/2008/february/magic-kingdom-with-/ .

To be continued...

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