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Disney Parks Blog Weekly Recap May 23, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

How do you move a 120-ton “Winnie the Pooh” tree? Florida Imagineers showed us how it’s done this week in an amazing behind-the-scenes video that was shot during three nights of work. If you missed it, our week’s most popular video is certainly worth checking out:

Thank you for the great comments on the Winnie the Pooh tree post. And now, here’s our weekly list of most popular posts:

Making Minnie Mouse Candy Apples at Marceline’s Confectionary — Candy maker Margie Bursiaga at Marceline’s Confectionary in the Downtown Disney District showed us how Minnie Mouse Candy Apples are made.

Park Balloons: There’s a Skill To This Inflated Fun — There was more behind-the-scenes fun when we had a look at the skills it takes to inflate and carry all those Mickey Mouse balloons.

Local Artists Bring Downtown Disney to Life After Dark: Drew Tretick — The second in a series of five posts highlighting some of the performers at the Downtown Disney District featured internationally recognized artist and classical violinist Drew Tretick.

‘I’m Just Making This Up…’ — Disney Theme Park Merchandise product developer Julie Young showed us her process for creating some of the most popular Mickey Mouse pins.

First Look: New ‘World of Color’ Images — It’s almost here! World of Color is gearing up to open next month, and the Disney Parks Blog has the first images of the show’s water screens.