Hunchback of Notre Dame Live Stage
Show - Watch a fantastic live, musical version
of the smash hit movie, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The entertainment
begins before the show even starts, as jugglers and other entertainers
provide an endless stream of jokes and amusement. The 30-minute show
follows the adventures of Quasimodo, a hunchback bell-ringer who finds
freedom through the help of a gypsy named Esmerelda and all of their
Toy Story Pizza Planet Arcade
- Toy Story Pizza Planet Arcade -- Remember
that scene in the original Toy Story movie? The one where Andy goes to the
pizza restaurant/game arcade for a special treat? Well, this spot
faithfully recreates that scene. The Pizza Planet counter service
restaurant offers pizza and salad fast-food meals, while the arcade is a
haven for kids looking for a brief respite from running around the parks.
Old-time favorites like Skee-Ball are here, along with the latest video
games and even "The Claw", where you can test your skill to see if you can
grab a small stuffed toy.
- Go on an adventure
with Drew Carey using an innovative and very realistic sound system.
"Sounds Dangerous," starring Drew Carey, is a hair-raising and hilarious
adventure that takes guests behind-the scenes of a television pilot
featuring an undercover police assignment, with some mishaps along the
way. The show features the popular technology of "binaural audio", where
guests feel like they're a part of the adventure. "Sounds Dangerous" runs
daily at the ABC Sound Studio at the Disney-MGM Studios.
Honey I Shrunk the Kids
- This interactive kids' playground, located
just off New York Street on the far right, is home to larger-than-life
props from the hit movie. Scale super-sized anthills and spider webs,
crawl in and around a LEGO brick or slide down an abandoned film canister,
and dodge the drips from the biggest leaky garden hose you've ever seen!
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - Play It
- This popular live stage show on
Soundstages 2 and 3. The attraction seats 600 guests, all who have their
own fastest-finger buttons and a chance at the hot seat next to the show's
celebrity Regis.∞ Contestants don't vie for $1 million, but they do build
points to get a shot at some parting prizes. Even kids can make it to the
hot seat in this clever replica of the popular TV game show.
Walt Disney: One Man's Dream
- opened October 1, 2001, in
conjunction with Walt Disney World's 100 Years of Magic celebration, the
15-month long observance of Walt Disney's 100th birthday. Housed in one of
the soundstages along Mickey Avenue, it brings guests their first view of
special Disney memorabilia. This interactive gallery features a collection
of memorabilia from the Disney archives that has never been available to
the public before. Visitors are shown artifacts from Walt Disney's life
and from the history of the company he founded -- from his birth in 1901
through the company's vision for the future.
Voyage of the Little Mermaid Stage Show
- MUST SEE!
- A boxy building on Mickey Avenue invites you to join Ariel, Sebastian,
and the underwater gang in this stage show, which condenses the movie into
a marathon presentation of the greatest hits. In an admirable effort at
verisimilitude, a fine mist sprays the stage; visitors sitting in the
front rows will get refreshed.
Playhouse Disney - Live On Stage!
- MUST SEE!
- Celebrate Friendship and Fun at
Disney-MGM Studios "Bear in the Big Blue House," "Rolie Polie Olie,"
"Stanley" and stars from "The Book of Pooh" entertain Walt Disney World
guests with music, songs and stories of friendship in the new stage show,
"Playhouse Disney-Live on Stage!" at Disney-MGM Studios.
Beauty and the Beast - Live on Stage
- Watch and listen as Belle, the
Beast, Lumiere and all of your favorite characters from Beauty and the
Beast retell the classic story in a wonderful stage show.
Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror
- MUST SEE!
- Looming ominously at the end of
Sunset Boulevard is the rundown Hollywood Tower Hotel, home to one of the
premiere thrill rides at Disney-MGM Studios - The Twilight Zone Tower of
Terror. Enhanced recently, the Tower of Terror now sends guests plummeting
again and again and again -- a far cry from the ride that debuted in July
1994 with only one big drop. This exhilarating ride lives up to its name,
as well as its new slogan: Fear every drop!
Jim Henson's Muppetvision 3-D
- MUST SEE!
- Zany humor and outlandish pranks are
the order of the day as you join Miss Piggy, Kermit, Gonzo, Sam Eagle and
many other familiar Muppet faces in the three-dimensional film, Jim
Henson's Muppet*Vision 3-D, located on New York Street.
- A must for Star Wars fans worldwide. Board an intergalactic simulator
for a turbulent trip through outer space. With an absent-minded droid in
the cockpit, you're in for warp-speed near-misses, collisions with comets
and high-flying excitement - not to mention a wrong turn into a combat
zone, right into the path of the Death Star. May the Force be with you!
Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
- Visitors get a peek into the world of
movie stunts in this dramatic 30-minute show, which re-creates major
scenes from the Indiana Jones series. The show opens on an elaborate Mayan
temple backdrop. Indy crashes onto the set via a rope, and, as he searches
with a torch for the golden idol, he encounters booby traps, fire and
steam, and spears popping up from the ground. Then a rolling boulder
chases him! The set is dismantled to reveal a colorful Cairo marketplace
where a sword fight ensues, and the action includes virtuoso bullwhip
maneuvers, lots of gunfire, and a truck bursting into flames. An explosive
finale takes place in a desert scenario. Theme music and an entertaining
narrative enhance the action. Throughout this, guests get to see how
elaborate stunts are pulled off. Arrive early and sit near the stage if
you want a shot at being picked as an audience participant.
The Disney-MGM Studios Backlot Tour
- A truly fascinating experience that
shows guests many aspects of movie making. The first stop on the tour is a
special effects set. Two guests, selected before the tour starts, are used
to demonstrate how natural disasters and waterborne scenes are created on
a studio set. The first guest is put at the helm of a small boat called
"Miss Fortune", and then pummeled with gigantic waves, simulating a storm
scene on the high seas. The second guest is put on top of a submarine and
bombarded with pyrotechnics, simulated depth charges, and torpedo blasts
to produce a sea battle.
The Great Movie Ride
- At the end of Hollywood Boulevard,
dead center, stands a magnificent reproduction of the famous Mann's
Chinese Theater, home to The Great Movie Ride. In recent months, however,
the view of the theater has been obscured by the installation of the
Sorcerer Mickey Hat, a new icon for the 100 Years of Magic Celebration.
One of the Disney-MGM Studios' original attractions when it opened in May
1989. Presented by Coca-Cola, the Great Movie Ride is a 22-minute journey
into the history of the movies, with a cast of Audio-Animatronics
characters re-creating some of history's most memorable movie moments.
The Magic of Disney Animation
- After winding your way through
corridors decorated with animation sketches of some of Disney's most
popular movies, you enter the theater to watch a short film featuring
Robin Williams as a tourist and Walter Cronkite, who attempts to explain
how animation is created. After Robin is converted into an animated Lost
Boy and plays with Peter Pan, you'll meet a Disney animator who shares
some animation basics and does a few quick sketches, then allows for a
brief question-and-answer session.
Aerosmith Rockin' Rollercoaster
The debut of the newest thrill ride at
Disney-MGM Studios, Rock ´n° Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, offers a
thrilling Disney experience for guests visiting the Walt Disney World
Resort. The extreme coaster is teamed with the exciting sound of America°s
premier rock band, Aerosmith, creating a high-speed thrill ride that will
literally rock ´n° roll guests.
- a 25-minute extravaganza with a dreaming Mickey Mouse on a
darkened island. Mickey acts as a conductor as music fills the air and the
waters surrounding the island begin to dance. Suddenly, screens of water
emerge and a multitude of images are displayed upon them: Sorcerer Mickey
in his famous "Sorcerer's Apprentice" scene from Fantasia, Simba and Nala
romping from the Lion King, and the undersea creatures from The Little