The skies above Disney’s Hollywood Studios lit up at night when Sorcery in the Sky premiered today back in 1990.
This fireworks spectacular was directed by a 55-foot-tall inflatable Mickey Mouse who made a dramatic appearance atop the Chinese Theater and fired magical sparks from his giant index finger.
Celebrating nearly 70 years of Hollywood cinema, this 10-minute show deployed over 300 fireworks shells and used musical excerpts from famous movies.
As a former Tour Guide on The Great Movie Ride, this was a treat to see! Thanks for the great memory! (Now about that hat …)
No hat is so nice…
It actually premiered in 1990, not 1989. I should know. I have a Disney pin that also says 1990.
You are correct. It was an typo on my part, it’s been fixed. Thanks.
The Rocketeer needs to return. Best part of this show IMO.
The Rocketeer flying was very cool.
Seeing the Chinese Theater without the hat in front of it is beautiful. Disney, please bring back this amazing view at the end of Hollywood Boulevard!