By Daily Mail Reporter. It's the place where dreams come true, where childhood fantasies are lived out. But behind every character, every movie scene, every roller-coaster, are the puppet masters making it a reality. These fascinating photographs reveal exactly what goes on behind the scenes to bring the wondrous world of Walt Disney to life at its theme parks. A room with a view: Walt Disney's apartment overlooks a street in the Magic Kingdom. In the dark this must be pretty scary, but seeing the poles holding up the 'ghosts' reveals them as nothing more than puppets.
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By Sam Stanhope. The Mouse House. The greatest producer of family entertainment that there ever was. Others, on the other hand, have been very deliberate. In one scene that comes midway through the film, a melancholy Simba gazes up at the night sky.
Jackson was preoccupied with other elements of production at the time, so he convinced his co-writer and co-producer Fran Walsh to create the scene featuring the two halves of Gollum interacting with one another. Jackson told Colbert that not only did Walsh write the scene, but she went on to direct what would become his favorite moment in the trilogy as well. Home Entertainment.