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SEASON 6 DEBUTS!!!! The Backstage Tour - Show notes for S6:01

Thanks for downloading WEDWay Radio, your show about Disney History and the Disney Parks.  This is Season 6, Episode 1: The Backstage Tour.  This show is sponsored for The Magic For Less Travel.  If you're planning a trip to WDW, Disneyland or The Disney Cruise, go to and a get a free quote.
This show is our first for Season 6, and we're going back to where WEDWay Radio all started - The Disney MGM Studios.  On this episode we bring you the second half of the Backlot Tour, the Backstage portion showing you more of how movie magic makes it to the big and small screen.

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The backstage tour was one of my favorite rides at Hollywood studios. It was great hearing you talk about the pearl harbor scene. My friends and I were lucky enough to get picked to act out the scene. Of course, I was the one that sat in the below deck part and had the thousands of gallons of water dumped on me. Let me tell you, the rain gear they give you to wear does no good. When it was all over, I looked as if I had just gotten off the Kali River Rapids. Great memories. It's a shame it is going away.

May 21, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterChris Medeiros

I worked at the Shuttles portion of this attraction in the summer of 1997. Great times, even if the guests didn't always care much about the Golden Girls' house.

July 13, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterDan Edwards

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