Monday, July 8, 2013

'The Lone Ranger' and Tim O'Day (Part 2) in 'The Mouse Castle Lounge'

Tim O'Day has been hanging out with the cool kids for years. In part two of our conversation in The Mouse Castle Lounge, he tells us more about a few of them: Disney Legends John Hench, Herb Ryman and Marc and Alice Davis. It's all about orange sweaters, purple jackets and European travel. No, really. It's what the cool kids do.

Tim also explains why there's nothing better than death by chocolate at the Haunted Mansion, unless of course, you're also having dinner there with the likes of Andreas Deja and Kim Irvine. Not a bad gig if you can get it. Which offers you this chilling challenge, to find a way out....but why would you want to?

Finally, in the Lounge this week, We take an inside look at The Lone Ranger, which failed miserably with the critics and at the box office over the weekend. Still, I get some insight on why director Gore Verbinski sees the Lone Ranger as such an iconic, heroic character and why Johnny Depp chose the Indian over the cowboy to play Tonto.

The guests have arrived and the bar is open. Enjoy your visit to The Mouse Castle Lounge.

(l. to r.) Tim O'Day, Imagineer Tony Baxter and D23 Expo presenter Craig Hodgkins
The Mouse Castle Lounge can also be heard on iTunes and Stitcher.

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