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Paula Brown recalls fondly sitting with her father as a child, reading the Winnie the Pooh stories together. That was the beginning of her love for Disney. She visited Disneyland with her family when she was nine; it was many years later that she finally made it to Walt Disney World® in Florida. Also a Star Wars fanatic, Paula's idea of a perfect day is riding Star Tours as many times as possible with her daughter.

Paula is well known for her Science Fiction book "Dream Wanderers." ISBN # 978-1-59095-874-2
She currently lives in Virginia with her family.


 

We expect that this new Disney Hollywood Studio ride named American Idol to be a great experience for everyone when it debuts.
Walt Disney World is constantly changing, and no place is this more evident than Disney’s Hollywood Studios. In the following chapter we’ll try to keep you updated on what’s going on, and let you know about some other things that are happening throughout the park.
"Fantasmic" is part fireworks display, part light show, part animation, part live theater. Mickey's dream turns into a nightmare that includes dozens of Disney characters.
This awesome ride is an indoor roller coaster. It is set in the dark with a lot of twists and turns. During this ride you are “on tour” with Aerosmith, so when you are on the roller coaster you are entertained not only by the ride, but also by Aerosmith music played loudly from the speakers that are located on each side of your head rest.
Sunset Boulevard is the first stop and the last stop for a lot of guests at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It’s the perfect way to start and end the day.
Part show, part hands-on exhibit, The Magic of Disney Animation offers guests a behind-the-scenes look at how some of their favorite Disney classics were made. A cast member (often a Disney animator) starts the experience in a small theater with the help of Mushu, the dragon from Mulan.
Opportunities abound on Mickey Avenue and in Animation Courtyard. Give your kids a chance to sing and dance, take a ride through Catastrophe Canyon, learn more about Walt Disney himself, get something to eat, or do a little shopping. It’s all here.
This is a live theatrical production based on “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Some of the best known scenes from the movie are recreated.
Jedi Training Academy is a live stage show currently being staged near the Ultimate Star Wars Thrill Ride.
During the month of June Walt Disney World sponsors an activity called Star Wars Weekend at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park.
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