Disney's Hollywood Studios

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  • Disney World : The Most Magical Place On Earth

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    opportunity. Disney World was first opened in 1971. Its purpose was to provide a disney park for people east of the Mississippi River. Magic Kingdom was the original park, and it was followed by Epcot which was open eleven years later. Hollywood Studios opened in 1989, and lastly Animal Kingdom opened in 1998. Magic Kingdom was opened on October 1, 1971. The most popular thing about Magic Kingdom is that characters are walking around all the time, and you can get pictures with every single

  • The Story Of The Movie ' The Great Gatsby ' And ' Snow White '

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    Heroes are found everywhere when Disney is involved. From a prince or princess to secretive toys to the smallest forms of life on earth, a hero can be found in anyone. Being attached to one or a few is entirely common. These certain characters may be the ones they look up to. Young girls often choose to look up to a princess, although, they are not what they were over 50 years ago. The very first Disney princess, Snow White, is purely a damsel in distress. The same goes for Aurora who appeared in

  • Passion Speech Outline

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    Disney World: Not Just for Kids General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the variety of activities available to adults at the Walt Disney World Resort. Central Idea: The three aspects of Walt Disney World that cater to adults are the “five star” amenities, annual special events, and sports & recreation activities. I would like to ask the audience: When you think of a vacation in Disney World, what comes to mind? John Cloud from Time International stated

  • My First Disney Trip

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    is a fast loopy loop ride, but it’s very smooth and easy going. I do not like jerky rides like the primeval whirl that jerks you every which way. There are also 4 parks to go to in Disney. There is Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios. My favorite park is the Magic Kingdom because there is more to do there, but I like the other ones too. I also love the food at Disney World. They have the best fries ever. Their ice cream is also amazing. There is this ice cream called Pine

  • Descriptive Essay Vacation

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    It was early November 2009, and I was very excited to go see my aunt and uncle up in the Twin Cities the next day. We were eating at Pizza Ranch with some family and friends that night, and when we left, my babysitter and a few other people told me, “Have fun at J and Lindsey’s.” Everybody else knew what was in store for us, but my almost-four-year-old brother, Owen, and I (six years old at the time) had no idea that the very next day we would be flying to Orlando, Florida, on a surprise trip to

  • Personal Narrative: All Forces To Star Rides

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    “All forces to Star Tours!” Pascal the head security guard at Disney’s Hollywood Studios yelled to his fellow authorized guards. This was yet the third ride in a week that had broken down in Disney. Many people had noticed this, but one family inparticular had been there during all of the ride mishaps that week. This family was the Winston’s, Demetrius who is the dad, Adella who is the mom, and the three kids, Cleo the sister who is 14, Edgar the brother who is 10 and Figaro who is 7. The family

  • Personal Narrative: My First Trip To Disney World

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    and it felt like being in a whole different world. This was the first real vacation me, Mom, and Caitlin have taken together, the whole time I could let go of stress and have fun not worrying about outside responsibilities. We made our way down Hollywood Boulevard (as they called it) and found Goofy. About to go up to him the handler said “You want to play a trick on him.” “Yeah, sure,” I said. She opened my autograph book to Pluto’s page and told us to show him. Goofy came over and saw the page

  • Disney 's Roster Of Heroes

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    Luke Skywalker and Han Solo are joining Mickey Mouse, Buzz Lightyear and Iron Man in Disney 's roster of heroes (USA Today). Disney Chairman and CEO Robert Iger, along with Star Wars creator George Lucas, set the financial world and nerd-universe on their ear when they announced that Disney was purchasing Lucasfilm for the out-of-this-world sum of $4 billion (the same amount they paid for Marvel) (Screenrant). Disney is buying Lucasfilm for $4 billion, adding the legendary Star Wars franchise to

  • Case Study : Disney 's America Theme Park Essay

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    Case Analysis – Disney’s America Theme Park: The Third Battle of Bull Run Michael Eisner is the CEO of Disney, “one of the most powerful and well-known media conglomerates in the world.” (240) Disney has acquired land for it’s parks in areas incredibly close to urban centers, while still keeping enough distance for comfort and safety of their guests. This has been key to their success. It’s all about location and being in close proximity to an airport as well as an exit off an interstate highway

  • Why is confidence so important?

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    that you have the confidence to try something new and being independent helps with confidence. An example of this is when I went to work in the Walt Disney College Program. While in the Disney College Program, I worked in the MGM studios (its now know as Hollywood Studios) at a quick service restaurant called The Backlot Express. I spent a lot of time