Disney’s Hollywood Studios – The Stars Come out at Night: Day 16 – 25 Days of Christmas
This theme park is all lit up for the Holiday Season and we are all ready to show it to you this year.
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That was so great seeing all the lights at night..Another out of site video..We are so looking forward to seeing the video on the Osborn Christmas lights..We also liked that you all moved around the park a little to show more of the lights this time,keep up the great work and good friends that you have on the show Rick..See you tomorrow.
Thanks Rick for another great video. I wish we where there this year for Christmas. I miss seeing Disney all decked out at Christmas. Well Maybe next year. Can’t wait for the full show of the Osbornes Lights. That is my favorite too. I find a spot and grab a seat and just watch the show. See you tomorrow.
Great episode.I like that you showed different areas and moved around a bit too.The mannequin in the window was kind of creepy looking.My favorite Christmas movie of all is probably A Christmas Carol with George C Scott.
Hollywood Studios looked great for Christmas. Here in Lemoyne, PA, they hang wreaths from the power poles. They use clear lights. I can’t wait for the Osborne Family lights display episode. I love out of every decoration, they match the lights to the theme. How many lights do they use in the Osborne display? How long does it take to put it up and down. See you tomorrow.
Thanks for showing us the Hollywood Studios at night. I think I will move to Florida so that I can spend all year long and absorb all there is to see at Disney World.
I have too many favorite Christmas movies. I can’t name just one–A Christmas Carol with Patrick Stewart, Miracle On 34th Street, and The Polar Express.
Rick–next year for 25 days of Christmas why not take a break and show us some videos of Disneyland and California Adventure Park at Christmas time.
See you tomorrow.
Great show Rick and friends. My favorite Christmas movie is”A Christmas Carol”. It’s always been my favorite show. I remember when it was on TV live. As far as those old fashion Christmas light on the street pole ( stars and the Shooting stars) are all alive and well in South Jersey towns.thanks for a wonderful show see you next time.
I love this park, it’s what I want my home to feel like at Christmas because it reminds me of when I was a kid, the Christmas music we all grew up with and love to sing, makes me happy.
We always had a live Christmas tree up until about a year ago when I finally gave in to an artificial (now that the kids are older and really aren’t as interested in decorating it)but I as a kid I always saw those Tinsel Trees with the colored light wheel that would turn and make the tree a different color, red green, blue. Always looked kinda cool. Favorite Christmas movies are the claymation ones you know Santa Claus is coming to Town.