Frozen Summer Fun at Hollywood Studios may have just ended – but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep the Frozen party going! In a very timely fashion, Disney has just released Disney “Frozen The Songs” on September 30, 2014 – and Disney is sending TWO lucky Disneyways readers a copy of this awesome CD for free! I love this CD because it’s got all of our favorite songs from the movie, some fun stickers, and the lyric sheet unfolds to reveal a beautiful full color poster! Check out Disney Music on facebook and twitter.
All photos courtesy of Lori Allinder.
Frozen: The Songs track list follows:
Performed by Cast
Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
Performed by Kristen Bell, Agatha Lee Monnand and Katie Lopez
For the First Time in Forever
Performed by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel
Love Is an Open Door
Performed by Kristen Bell and Santino Fontana
Let It Go
Performed by Idina Menzel
Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People
Performed by Jonathan Groff
Performed by Josh Gad
For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)
Performed by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel
Performed by Maia Wilson and Cast
Let It Go (Demi Lovato Version) Performed by Demi Lovato
Two Disneyways readers will win your very own copy of this awesome CD – sent to you by Disney. We are not responsible for prize fulfillment.
Check out this video of “Let It Go” from ‘Frozen‘ in 25 Languages! The Walt Disney Studios recently released the brand-new sequence. A fun thing to do is just listen closely to see if you recognize any of the languages. Then you can watch the video to see what each language is while Elsa sings the song.
My friend John over at BigFatPanda.com published a really cool video update of the progress of construction on the 7 Dwarfs Mine Train Coaster that is located right in the middle of New Fantasyland in Walt Disney World.
Seemingly overnight, there has been an addition of a few scenic elements that we will encounter at the top of the mine train’s first lift. When mine cars pull out of the load area, they will go up the track to the top of the mountain, where a crane sits – with two familiar vultures perched on top! These vultures originally appeared in Orlando’s original Snow White’s Scary Adventures attraction. This is the last stop before the mine train’s cars plunge into a mine shaft. Weeee!!
Official word from Disney:
“The lovable world of Sleepy, Doc, Grumpy, Bashful, Sneezy, Happy and Dopey comes to life in spring 2014 when the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train takes New Fantasyland guests on a rollicking, musical ride into the mine “where a million diamonds shine.” Inspired by the 1937 Disney animated film classic “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” the fun starts as guests cross a stone bridge and walk through a beautiful forest with the Dwarfs’ cottage in the distance, leading to the entrance to the attraction — and immersion into the endearing story of the radiant and kindhearted Snow White and her forest friends led by the lovable Dwarfs.
After passing through an interactive pre-show area with fun activities themed to mining, guests will proceed to the mine train. Just like the iconic movie, surprises are in store! The family-style coaster will feature first-of-its-kind ride vehicles mounted in cradle-like pivots that allow the vehicles to swing back and forth during the ride. Adding to the fun, the journey will be accompanied by beloved music from the film classic and there’s a cast of animated figures of Snow White, the Seven Dwarfs and playful forest critters.”
On November 19th there are a few important Disney birthdays.
Actress Allison Janney, the voice of Peach in Disney/Pixar’s 2003 Finding Nemo, is born in Dayton, Ohio. She also supplied the voice of Charlene Doofenshmirtz on Disney Channel’s Phineas and Ferb. (Allison is also known for her role as C. J. Cregg on the television series The West Wing.)
Actress Eleanor Audley, the voices of the wicked Maleficent in Disney’s 1959 Sleeping Beauty AND Lady Tremmaine in the 1950 Cinderella was born in New York City. Both characters were given facial features to resemble Eleanor thanks to animator Marc Davis.
Writer Imagineer and Disney legend William Cottrell is born in South Bend, Indiana. He was the brother-in-law of Lillian and Wlt Disney. William workde on Pinocchio, The Reluctant Dragon, and Alice in Wonderland. He was also the first president of what is now known as Walt Disney Imagineering.