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Robert Ashburn’s 4/19/12 Hollywood Studios Photo Report

Posted on April 20, 2012

WDWNT Reporter Robert Ashburn visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios yesterday and has some newsworthy photos to share with us:

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The Sorcerer topiary is still out front

Wait times were fairly average

Temporary lighting structures still up

The temporary stage is gone though, even though it will probably return for Star Wars Weekends in a month…

The studio gate booth is still missing

The DVC logo was updated on this booth

The Hunger Games is being sold at the Writer’s Stop… it’s right above John Carter, just like at the box office…

The logo was updated on this window display as well… the Disneyland attraction posters are a nice touch

Plenty of Phineas and Ferb merchandise in Stage 1

Some fairly new Muppet shirts on sale as well

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Time for something new already…

The sign on the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular was replaced a few weeks ago and it looks great!

Time for an emotional stop

A makeshift memorial to Dick Clark forming

His legacy lives on…

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The Legacy Continues section of One Man’s Dream has some new park wall displays

The last Narnia sign is finally gone! YAY!

Topics: Disney's Hollywood Studios, Photo Reports | 4 Comments »

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Carolyn-Cj-Piccolino-Decker/1237534629 Carolyn Cj Piccolino Decker

    I really like the tribute area for Dick Clark – he is a LEGEND and will be missed.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Drago-Harley/100002506646115 Drago Harley

    Every time I see that giant Mickey Sorcerer’s Hat I cringe.  It’s so ugly.  Sad that there is not more to do at DHS.  What a lot of missed opportunities with that park. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=14313871 Meg Vendettoli

    I really hope this park gets some updates soon. There’s not enough there to warrant visiting more then once a trip.