Mickey's Philharmagic will open in the Discoveryland Theatre in October.One of Walt Disney World's more popular shows is coming to Disneyland Paris.
The 4D show opened originally in the Magic Kingdom in late 2003 and now also plays at Hong Kong Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland. Despite the title, the Disney star with the most screen time in this 12-minute film is Donald Duck, who, of course, messes up and sets the whole plot in motion. Mickey's Philharmagic represented the first major use of computer animation for many of Disney's classic animated characters.
The new film isn't the only change coming to Europe's most-popular theme park park, which posted an impressive 15% increase in attendance last year, according to the annual TEA/AECOM Theme Index report released this week. Disneyland Paris is refurbishing its Phantom Manor, continuing its series of major refurbs of top attractions at the resort.
Here is Tom Fitzgerald from Walt Disney Imagineering, explaining the changes in the ride, which mashes up the Haunted Mansion with scenes originally designed for Walt Disney World's never-built Western River Expedition.
The refurbished Phantom Manor also opens in October.Tweet
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