The Osmond Brothers, accompanied by Kurt Russell and E.J. Peaker, come to Disneyland to perform at a show being held there. But Donny and Jay Osmond go off to explore the park. Worried that... See full summary »

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The Osmond Brothers, accompanied by Kurt Russell and E.J. Peaker, come to Disneyland to perform at a show being held there. But Donny and Jay Osmond go off to explore the park. Worried that they will miss the performance, the rest of the cast go to try and retrieve them before it is too late. They also visit the then-newest Disneyland attraction at the time, the Haunted Mansion. Written by Anonymous

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29 November 2010 | by (maryland) – See all my reviews

I grew up watching Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color in the 60's and will always remember certain episodes with fondness. I've seen "Disneyland Showtime" two or three times on cable reruns and love it's tour of the park and storyline,featuring The Osmond Brothers,Kurt Russell and EJ Peaker. It's typical Disney innocent fun and worth watching over and over just to see Kurt Russell sing "Sugar Sugar". The Osmond Brothers were popular when this was made and sing a few songs that were typical of their pop style. I barely remember EJ Peaker but she also sings with them. The tour of Disneyland is the main theme of this episode and it's a job well done. It brings back memories of my youth with it's fashions and nostalgic look at the early 70's. There are a few character actors involved in the storyline that make you think,"I remember that guy"! The world has changed but Disney's "Wonderful World of Color" was always a good source of fun and education for the youth of America. I was lucky to grow up in this age of innocence and wish that I could go back to see it all again. I'll always be able to in my mind and thank the Disney studios for providing families with such wonderful entertainment. I'd love to own this episode!


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