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DFPP 216 - The Great Locomotive Chase

Posted by disneyfilmproject on February 22nd, 2015

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This week the DFPP team is sent to recover a missing train that it is being used in an attempt to disrupt the nation’s telegraph system and they are unable to dispatch home in the 1956 adventure The Great Locomotive Chase.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/02/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-216.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 215 - The Monkey’s Uncle

Posted by disneyfilmproject on February 15th, 2015

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This week the DFPP team are called in to help save a local football team from revenge when they discover a more highly evolved primate that is better suited to pass the teams exams in the 1965 comedy The Monkey's Uncle.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/02/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-215.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 214 - Monkeys, Go Home!

Posted by disneyfilmproject on February 8th, 2015

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This week the DFFP team are looking for some olive picking chimps which they track down in the French countryside and discover that a little chimp goes a long way with labor politics in the 1967 comedy Monkeys, Go Home!

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/02/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-214.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 213 - Into the Woods

Posted by disneyfilmproject on February 1st, 2015

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This week the DFPP team are embroiled in the nuances of a situation most grimm when they discover that sometimes the most giant of problems can be solved with the right choice of lyrics in the 2014 musical Into the Woods.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/02/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-213.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 212 - Pollyanna

Posted by disneyfilmproject on January 25th, 2015

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This week the DFPP team is just so darn glad to find themselves with the biggest slices of cake they’ve ever seen while creating prismatic rainbows with Hayley Mills at the town’s charity fair in the 1960 family drama Pollyanna.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/01/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-212.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 211 - Summer Magic

Posted by disneyfilmproject on January 19th, 2015

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This week the DFPP team find themselves seeking out the ancient secrets to the magical mysteries of summer and discover a lot of bugs and frogs, music and a dishonest Hayley Mills in the 1963 family film Summer Magic.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/01/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-211.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 210 - The Moon-Spinners

Posted by disneyfilmproject on January 11th, 2015

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This week the DFPP team has their rocket trip cancelled when they realize that something has gone awry with the moon, sending it spinning and it’s up to Hayley Mills to set things straight in the 1964 mystery The Moon-Spinners.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/01/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-210.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 209 - In Search of the Castaways

Posted by disneyfilmproject on January 4th, 2015

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This week the DFPP team sets out to explore the natural phenomenon along the 37th Parallel where they find earthquakes, volcanoes, flash floods, waterspouts, and Hayley Mills in the 1962 adventure In Search of the Castaways.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2015/01/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-209.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2015 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 208 - 2015 Preview Show

Posted by disneyfilmproject on December 28th, 2014

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This week the DFPP team once again takes out their secret magic ball of the ‘8’ (pat. pend.) and performs the necessary sacred rights to peer into the future and check out just what is going down with the Disney movies of 2015.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2014/12/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-208.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2014 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2014 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

DFPP 207 - The Search for Santa Paws

Posted by disneyfilmproject on December 21st, 2014

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This week the DFPP team is looking for a mission team that consists of 2 adults, 2 children, a vagrant, 3 dogs, 1 elf, 1 elf-dog, a team of reindeer, and a boy scout to help them with the 2010 holiday film The Search for Santa Paws.

Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2014/12/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-207.html

The Disney Film Project is Copyright © 2007-2014 by Ryan Kilpatrick, all rights reserved

The Disney Film Project Podcast is Copyright © 2010-2014 by Ryan Kilpatrick, Todd Perlmutter, Cheryl Perlmutter, & Rachel Kolb all rights reserved

Sponsored by TouringPlans.com. Providing pre-made, custom, and optimized Touring Plans that help you avoid long lines while you're in the parks.

You can find us at the Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ or at our PodBean website http://disneyfilmproject.podbean.com/

Please visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/DisneyFilmProject or contact us on Twitter as @DisFilmProject (http://twitter.com/DisFilmProject) or email us at disfilmproject@gmail.com.

Remember to leave a review for us on iTunes.

You can hear our show on Stitcher SmartRadio, Stitcher allows you to listen to your favorite shows directly from your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Kindle Fire. Find it in your app store or at http://stitcher.com/

Our show can also be found on the DisDads Radio Network http://radio.disdads.com/

The Disney Film Project website http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/ is also the home to Ryan Kilpatrick's blog where he is attempting to view all the Disney films, including shorts, features, and whatever else comes along in chronological order. Ryan can also be found on Twitter as @RyanKilpatrick (http://twitter.com/RyanKilpatrick)

Todd Perlmutter is a geeky tech nerd who invented time travel. His lifestream can be found at http://perlmutter.me/ - and is a collection of his various activities around the Internet. Todd can also be found on Twitter as @tperlmutter (http://twitter.com/tperlmutter)

Cheryl Perlmutter is our podcast Producer, Editor, and Girl Friday. You can find her at http://about.me/cherylp3 and also find her on Twitter as @cherylp3 (http://twitter.com/cherylp3)

Rachel Kolb is a freelance film and television reviewer for http://JustPressPlay.net/ and a series of other online publications. You can find her on Tumblr at http://rachelthenerdynewlywed.tumblr.com/ and also on Twitter as @rachelekolb (http://twitter.com/rachelekolb)

Cheryl is a Blogger for On the Go in MCO (http://onthegoinmco.com/) where Todd also applies his Technical Wizardry.

Thanks for listening.

 
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