EPCOT Center: The Opening Celebration (1982)

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Originally aired as an episode of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (1954) (then titled "Disney's Wonderful World"). See more »

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So Cheesy It's Good
8 June 1999 | by (Canyon Lake, Texas) – See all my reviews

Alex Haley et. al. say a lot of nice things about Walt Disney's Epcot Center. They must have been well paid because I almost found myself believing Mr. Sevareid's observations.

My favorite lines were supplied by Roy Clark of Hee-Haw fame and Marie Osmond. While talking to the hydroponics expert from Arizona, Mr. Clark wondered if he could grow an olive with the Martini already attached. I know, I have not stopped laughing yet. Miss Osmond provided the best however line while singing here song about America. I will attempt to recreate it here. "Free-he-he-he-he-he-he-he-he-he-dom," is how Marie sang the line, freedom.

Utterly self-promotional and honest. I highly recommend it.


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