Take a Look Into The Walt Disney Achives in The Disney+ Series ‘Prop Culture’

Disney+ has been giving subscribers a lot of behind the scenes series, with The Imagineering Story giving fans a rare look at how the parks from a creative standpoint and have evolved over time, Disney Insider (no relation to us…) which is diving into the behind the scenes works of upcoming Disney projects. Now, it is time to take a look into the Walt Disney Achives.

On May 1st, Disney+ will debut all eight episodes of their newest series, Prop Culture, which will give viewers a tour of the archives and look at some props from their Disney films. You can take a look at the poster below.

Via Disney+

The series will be hosted by Dan Lanigan, who will take you behind the scenes of some of our favorite Disney films and get never-before-seen looks at Disney props, costumes, set designs, and music from both the Walt Disney Archives and locations used to film the movies, such as the islands that were used in Pirates of the Caribbean. Featured props will be from movies like Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Mary Poppins, Tron, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Muppet Movie, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.

Walt Disney Achives
Via Entertainment Weekly

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According to Entertainment Weekly, the series will include some of the stars of the various films discussed, and will reunite them with some of the items they haven’t seen since filming.

EW sat down with series creator Dan Lanigan and discussed the upcoming series, and revealed some of his personal props that are currently in personal collection. You can check out the full interview which shares additional photos on EW.com.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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In 2013, Skyler Shuler wanted to share his knowledge of Disney films and the magic behind the scenes. So, he created the Instagram account Disney Film Facts and the page quickly garnered a following. Soon after a Twitter was created, and not long after that DisneyFilmFacts.com was born. The page has been lucky enough to garner a wonderful following of such amazing Disney and movie fans, as well as been sourced in some of the biggest entertainment sites in the world. In 2018, the page was rebranded to The DisInsider, and the rest was history!

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