In celebration of 100 historic years of making magic, The Walt Disney Company has announced that a new TV special, Disney100: The Exhibition — Making the Magic, will air this Thursday, March 23rd, on ABC OTV Stations and Hulu.
The special goes behind the scenes of Disney100: The Exhibition, which debuted at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. It contains many rare Disney artifacts that can be seen for the very first time by the public. The exhibit runs through August 27, 2023, when it will begin traveling to other destinations across the United States.
Disney100: The Exhibition — Making the Magic is a dazzling journey through this immersive exhibit, featuring more than 250 artifacts and works of art, costumes and props, and memorabilia from the Walt Disney Archives’ vault of treasures, including many of its ‘crown jewels,’ such as the following:
− Disneyland Employee Badge No. 1, issued in 1955 to Walt Disney
− Costumes from Black Panther, Jungle Cruise, Cruella, Enchanted and more
− Prop storybooks featured in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Sleeping Beauty
− Skywalker Lightsaber Hilt from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, used by Daisy Ridley
− Attraction vehicles from Matterhorn Bobsleds and Peter Pan’s Flight at Disneyland Park
Disney fans who tune in will get an insider’s look into how Disney has created some of its most popular characters, films, shows, and attractions – from Disneyland to Walt Disney World and beyond.
The 30-minute special premieres on 6ABC in Philadelphia and across the ABC Owned Television Stations on linear, digital, and streaming platforms, and will be available on the Localish network and for Hulu subscribers. For participating stations, viewers should check their local listings.
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