After episode 59 of the podcast we are back, with the second thrilling installment of the fascinating interview with Tim Delaney, as we delve deep into the beginnings of Disneyland Paris ‘Space Mountain and all the hurdles that they faced along the way, and the bunny that was used during testing. We hear the fascinating story of Tom Scherman and why the opening of Nautilus meant so much. Hear the story that spawned the phrase “We’re the guys who make memories” and a discussion on whether Michael Eisner should be a Disney Legend by now. Hear Tim’s thoughts on Space Mountain: Mission 2 and so much more. Sit back, relax, and enjoy, once more.
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