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244: Every Disney Song in 18 Categories

On May 18, Justin McElroy (@j_mcelroy) created a stir on Twitter when he described what he deemed to be the 18 types of songs that make up the Disney songbook. According to him, every song in the history of Disney animated movies fits one of these types. On this episode, we’re joined by Blake Taylor as we dissect the 18 categories Justin came up with, share our thoughts, and have a general discussion about the Disney songs we believe are the most successful and/or impactful. If you’d like to follow along, you can see the original thread here or read the list below:

  1. This Is the Movie
  2. I Want
  3. I’m the Villain
  4. We Should Bone
  5. Cheer Up, Kid
  6. Here’s My Deal
  7. Here’s Our Deal
  8. Here’s Their Deal
  9. Things Will Be Okay
  10. It’s Dancing Time!
  11. Montage
  12. Package Movie Shorts
  13. We Won!
  14. It’s Nature Time
  15. Here’s a One-Note Character
  16. The Drug Song
  17. Life Lesson Time
  18. Problematic

PLUS – In keeping with the music theme, we each share three ideas for Disney songs we’d like to hear covered and which popular artists we’d like to hear cover them. We also play a round of “Where in Walt Disney World Am I?” Come join the fun now!

Be sure to find Blake online and follow his Disney projects!

Rotoscopers Articles: rotoscopers.com/author/blake-taylor | Disney Instagram: @disney_blake | Twitter: @blake_242

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241: ‘A Goofy Movie’ 25 Years Later – With Actor Jason Marsden and Director Kevin Lima

Warm up a bowl of “Hi, Dad” Soup and grab some CHEDDAR WHIZZY, because A Goofy Movie is turning 25 years old! To celebrate the anniversary of one of our favorite Disney films, we reunited actor Jason Marsden and Director Kevin Lima and asked them to share some memories from the making of the film and talk about why the movie still strikes a chord with fans young and old today. If you’re a fan of the movie, you’ll love this fun chat about how a little film about Goofy and his son became a cult classic.

In another edition of Armchair Imagineering, guest Aaron Wallace helps us come up with ideas for what The Walt Disney Company can do with A Goofy Movie today. Plus, we share our personal experiences with and memories of the film, and we play a Mad Chatter game related to numbers. Come join the fun!

Aaron Wallace: Website: aaronwallaceonline.com | Latest Book: The Thinking Fan’s Guide to Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom 2020 | Twitter: @aaronwallace | Instagram: @aaronhwallace

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Bonus Episode: Let’s Play “QUOTE-19”

How about some bonus content? This week we’re filling our time by inviting friends of the show to play some Mad Chatter games. On this bonus episode, Aaron Wallace as well as “Book of the Mouse Club” hosts Courtney Guth and Emily McDermott join us for a game we’re calling “QUOTE-19” in which players must guess the Disney movie based on the dialogue that is heard at the 19-minute mark. Can you guess the films before our players do? Play along and find out!

Be sure to find our guests online and follow their Disney projects!

Courtney Guth: Podcast: Book of the Mouse Club | Twitter: @Courtney_Guth | Instagram: @greatguthsby

Emily McDermott: Instagram: @emily_mickde | Twitter: @emily_mickde

Aaron Wallace: Website: aaronwallaceonline.com | Latest Book: The Thinking Fan’s Guide to Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom 2020 | Twitter: @aaronwallace | Instagram: @aaronhwallace

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228: Disney Game Night IV

It’s all fun and games on this week’s episode. No, really! For the fourth year in a row, we’ve brought together a slew of our former guests—members of The Mad Chatters Podcast Universe—to compete in a series of Disney games. Tune in and play along as we laugh, battle, and stumble our way through Disney-themed rounds of Family Feud, Password, Movie Trivia, and more!

This marathon of Disney games would not have been possible without our INCREDIBLE guests. Go check out their social media accounts and the awesome projects they are part of, and let them know you enjoyed hearing them on the show:

Jeff Birou: Instagram: @jeffsoubirous | Twitter: @jeffsoubirous

Marshal Knight: Instagram: @marshalknight | Twitter: @Marshal_Knight

Jeff DePaoli: Podcast: Dizney Coast to Coast | Online Podcasting Course: YouCanPodcastNow.net | Twitter: @JeffDePaoli (personal) @DizneyCTC (podcast) | Instagram: @disneyctc

Guy Selga: Book: Unofficial Guide to Disneyland | Twitter: @guyselga

Jennifer Lapsker: Twitter: @JLap64 | Disney Parks Moms Panel

Courtney Guth: Podcast: Book of the Mouse Club | Twitter: @Courtney_Guth | Instagram: @greatguthsby

Aaron Wallace: Website: aaronwallaceonline.com | Latest Book: The Thinking Fan’s Guide to Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom 2020 | Twitter: @aaronwallace | Instagram: @aaronhwallace

Jonathan Harvill: Twitter: @jonathanharvill

Adam Rucker: YouTube Channel: ajruck | Instagram: @ajruck

Matt Parrish: Podcasts: The Thirty20Eight and WEDway Radio | Twitter: Thirty20Eight

Teri Deel: Twitter: @terideel | Instagram: @terideel

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208: Live-Action Films, Documentaries, and the Disney Parks

Did you know Disney released 16 live-action films between One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) and The Sword in the Stone (1963)? You’ve probably never met anyone whose favorite Disney film is Greyfriars Bobby, but the fact is these films hold a special place in many people’s hearts, and they make up a huge portion of the Disney film catalog.

On this week’s show, Jeff DePaoli of Dizney Coast to Coast joins us for a deep dive into Disney’s live-action films, from 1950’s Treasure Island to the upcoming live-action remake of Dumbo. We discuss the history of Walt’s interest in live action, our favorite films from this category, where these films show up in Walt Disney World, and much more! Plus, Jeremy walks us through ten Disney documentaries he especially recommends Disney fans watch.

In another round of Take 5, we use just five words to respond to categories such as “The Current Condition of WDW Monorails” and “Song Titles in Frozen 2.” Plus, we discuss the big news that was announced at this year’s Destination D. Come join the discussion now!

Be sure to check out Jeff’s podcast and let him know you enjoyed hearing him on our show: Dizney Coast to Coast.

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205: Disney Storytelling: Our Favorite Stories Created for WDW Experiences

Did you know Albert Falls, the founder of the famous Schweitzer Falls featured in Jungle Cruise, had a granddaughter who turned his home into a restaurant for hungry travelers, and that the restaurant is the very Skipper Canteen that’s located in the Magic Kingdom? Or were you aware that the Tree of Life was planted by an ant who wished for a tree that would provide shelter for his animal friends?

Disney Imagineers are known for crafting detailed stories around almost everything they create for the Disney parks, and on this week’s show we take a closer look at some of those stories, from the real identity of Mama Melrose to the mysterious Society of Explorers and Adventurers and beyond!

Also on episode 205, guest Jonathan Harvill joins us for a round of Mad Chatter Jeopardy, in which we provide silly questions for even sillier answers. Plus, we play “Cast That Celebrity” by assigning random actors and actresses to Disney roles. Come join the conversation now!

If you want to interact with us online, we’d love for you to connect with us on Facebook (/madchatterspodcast), Instagram (@madchatters), and Twitter (@MadChatters). Or, send your emails to comments@madchatters.net. Thanks for listening!

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193: Mulan, 20 Years Later – An Interview With Directors Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook

Can you believe it’s been 20 years since Mulan was first released in theaters? To celebrate this milestone, we’ve asked the film’s directors, Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook, to take us behind the scenes of the making of the film and talk to us about the legacy the movie has built over the last two decades. Tune in to hear Tony and Barry share stories of working at the animation studio that used to be part of Disney-MGM Studios, and get an inside scoop on the film’s hidden Easter eggs, how the final film differed slightly from their original vision, and more!

Also on this week’s show, we give our take on Solo: A Star Wars Story and the latest trailer for Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet. Plus, we play another wacky round of Mad Chatter Jeopardy. Tune in now!

If you want to follow along with Tony and Barry’s other projects, you can find Tony on Twitter (pumbaaguy1) and Instagram (@pumbaaguy). And be sure to check out Barry’s new short film, Blinker: https://youtu.be/VVf9GHIBNjs

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183: That’s So 90s

Sup! Welcome to our totally fly celebration of all the Disney things we loved in the 90s! Join us on episode 183 as we look back at the Disney movies, attractions, TV specials, and merchandise we associate with the 1990s, including VHS releases, McDonald’s sponsorships, and more. It’s our phattest episode yet!

If you think we’re limiting the 90s to our main segment . . . AS IF! In a round of Armchair Imagineering, we present our ideas for how to bring back something from the 90s and make it relevant and fun for today’s audience.

Plus, we create another Mad Chatters Playlist, this time putting together nine of our favorite Deep Cuts from the Disney music library. All that and more goes down on episode 183. Tune in now!

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182: Disney Q&A: Our Favorite Disney Movies, Mementos, and Memories

This week we get back to Disney basics — and get a bit sappy in the process. Join us as we open up about the Disney movies we watched the most as children, the movie moments that made us cry, the Disney souvenirs we treasure the most, our favorite Disney memories, and more!

In the segment “This Week in Disney History,” we look back at events such as the 50th Academy Awards and the restoration of the New Amsterdam Theatre in New York City. Plus, we respond to a few listener emails regarding Walt Disney World honeymoons, the resorts we would choose to stay at, and more.

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179: Dining at Disney’s BoardWalk and Yacht and Beach Club

This week our series on the table service restaurants at Walt Disney World takes us to the BoardWalk area, where we visit nine dining locations at three different Disney resort hotels, including Beaches & Cream, Flying Fish, Yachtsman Steakhouse, and the new Ale & Compass. Join us for another culinary tour as we read these menus and give our own takes.

In another Mad Chatter game, we try to guess the Disney movie based on the film’s dialogue at the 30-minute mark. Plus, we host another zany round of Chatter Jeopardy, in which we provide ridiculous questions to off-the-wall answers. Come join the fun!

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