We continue our exclusive, deep-dive discussion with Bryce Eller! This week he tells amazing stories of being Darth Vader at the 1978 Academy Awards, putting his footprints in cement at the famous Mann’s Chinese Theater, and so much more. Bryce (who used to go by Kermit Eller) was also on the Donny and Marie show and shares his experience.
Things We Want To Share
- GALAXY’S EDGE NEWS! Did you know there will be several tie-in publications to Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland and Walt Disney World? We discuss the new Marvel comic, several books and even a Galaxy’s Edge Cookbook! Blue milk, anyone?
- 2018 Oscar nominations have been announced, and we discuss any noms related to Star Wars, Disney or Marvel.
- Shanghai Disneyland is getting ZOOTOPIA! Time to start trip-planning…
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- 451: Butch Patrick is Skywalking Through Neverland
- 450: Disneyland vs. Universal Studios Hollywood!
- 448: Mike Matessino – Soundtrack Producer, Master Engineer & Audio Archaeologist
- 447: Mickey Mouse as Public Domain EXPLAINED by Law Professor B.J. Priester