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    Updated on Nov 27, 2019. Posted on Nov 27, 2019

    "One Day At Disney" Is The New Disney+ Series About The People Who Work There And It Looks Fascinating As Heck

    See the magic behind the magic!

    If you've ever walked into a Disney Park or watched a Disney movie chances are you've thought, "This must be the coolest job in the world." And, well, you wouldn't be wrong.

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    In celebration of the people who have some of the coolest jobs in the world — the makers behind the magic — Disney+ will launch a brand new docuseries called One Day at Disney on Dec. 3! Here's an exclusive clip featuring artist Eric Goldberg to give you a taste:

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    The 52-episode series will kickoff with a feature-length film highlighting the fascinating and inspiring personal stories of 10 incredible people behind the enduring magic of Disney.

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    Employees and cast members profiled in the Disney+ docu-special include (in alphabetical order):

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    Eric Baker: The Walt Disney Imagineer who has overseen the creation of many of the intricately detailed props and lifelike creatures that inhabit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the newest lands at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts.

    Ashley Girdich: A talented Walt Disney Imagineer who, as a Research and Development Project Manager, drives plans and helps teams execute some of the innovative robotics technology projects being created for our Parks around the world.

    Eric Goldberg: The legendary animator known for creating the Genie in Aladdin and Phil in Hercules, directing Pocahontas, as well as for animating Mickey Mouse in the Academy Award-nominated short Get a Horse!

    Mark Gonzales: A Los Angeles native who works on the world-famous Disneyland Railroad.

    Grace Lee: A senior illustration manager at Disney Worldwide Publishing who has worked on titles from Zootopia to Fancy Nancy.

    Zamavus “Zama” Magudulela: The talented South African actor currently playing Rafiki in the Madrid production of phenomenally successful musical The Lion King.

    Ryan Meinerding: Marvel Studios' head of visual development who has worked on films including Avengers: Endgame and Guardians of the Galaxy.

    Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko: The veterinarian who cares for creatures large and small at Walt Disney World Resort, including a number of endangered and threatened species.

    Jerome Ranft: The skilled Pixar artist who created detailed sculptures for animators to use as reference for such films as Finding Nemo, Toy Story 3, and Ratatouille.

    Robin Roberts: The former ESPN sportscaster has been co-anchor of the Emmy® Award-winning, top-rated morning show, Good Morning America, since 2005.

    After this one-hour special film, Disney+ will then release 52 short film–length episodes each week that will follow diverse and unique cast members as they bring Disney magic to life.

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    And, because you can never get enough behind-the-scenes magic, Disney Publishing will also release a 224-page coffee table book in conjuction with the docuseries!

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    You can pre-order the book now for $35 on Amazon or $50 on ShopDisney.

    Let the magic (makers) begin!


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