Top 10 Disney Fails & Bloopers- Part 7 | 100,000 Subscribers!


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on TPMvids would be to take a look at some more Disney fails, cause we all love a good
Disney fail, right? And this video is also gonna give us a chance
to tie up lose ends from some of the past video topics on the channel. So today, we’re gonna be counting down the
top 10 Disney Fails & Bloopers- Part 7 Number 10- Mickey’s Lift Malfunction
At Tokyo Disneyland, there’s a stage show in Tomorrowland called One Man’s Dream II:
The Magic Lives On. and like a lot Disney Theme Park shows, it ends with a grand reveal
of Mickey Mouse. Well the finale in One Man’s Dream has Mickey
rising through the ground on a platform while everyone sings the praises of Mickey Mouse. {Singing} Mickey Mouse! Mickey Mouse! Well thats when things go to plan, but sometimes
it just doesn’t work out and Mickey gets stuck. Even Mickey’s a little confused with whats
going on. You can see him look down at the lift wondering
if its actually gonna move Aaaand just like that the show abruptly ends. Can we also just talk about how some of those
dancers just gracefully booked it behind the curtain when they saw it closing. Because this is actual choreography. And thats what they did. Well done. Number 9- Donald Spills
If you remember in our Top 10 Chip & Dale Dale Fails Video, we mentioned that for some
reason at the overseas parks, the Chipmunks have really high energy and would fall all
the time. Well the really high energy seems to also
apply for all the Disney characters overseas. Donald Duck is the next character to catch
the falling bug. Wait…are those cast members spraying the
audience with water? What goes on in Tokyo? Number 8- Daisy’s Lazy Eye
So in our last video talking about the Evolution of the Articulated Disney characters, we showed
a clip from the Disney Live! production of Mickey’s Magic Show. Well after the video was uploaded, I noticed
Daisy’s eye was a little lazy, and well, it wasn’t articulated. She even tries to lift her eye lid back up
but it eventually fails again. And it appears that her mouth wasn’t working
either. Clearly there was an issue and Like we said
in last week’s video, when the articulated characters were first introduced they were
more like puppets. So the mechanisms that control the eye and
mouth movements most likely failed and malfunctioned, and could have potentially caused some visibility
issues. Number 7- The good old Parade Push
If you’ve seen the Soundsational parade at DIsneyland before you’d know that its
pretty typical for the floats to break down. Anytime a float does break down, cast members
are quick to arrive at the scene. It’s like they’re all hiding near by,
waiting for something to happen you know what…yea they probably are. Here, the crab unit breaks down. Now sometimes they bring a tractor along to
push the float for the remainder of the parade route but sometimes with these smaller floats,
they’ll get pushed by a cast member…..or multiple cast members. Okay quick, lets play a game…how many cast
members do you think its gonna take to help push this float? Give you a second…okay lets find out. One, two, three, four…oh wait we’re not
done. Number 1 leaves, red vest taps in. Number one comes back. In the end a total of five cast members. So who guessed that right? Leave a comment bellow! Number 6- Mickey and the Unmagical Map
Mickey and the Magical Map is a show that opened in 2013 at Disneyland. The show includes effects that require very
precise timing for everything to appear seamless. In one of the scenes, Mickey’s supposed
to get sucked into the map going from appearing in real life to then appearing on the screens
in the map. Obviously this uses a trap door to lower Mickey,
but as we know, technology does fail causing some issues. {Crowd} Bye! Bye! Bye Mickey. Nice try! Good effort! At least the crowds always on Mickey’s side Number 5- Muppet Mobile Lab
So in the Top 5 Extinct Animatronic Attractions video there were quite a few comments asking
why Muppet Mobile Lab wasn’t mentioned. Well that’s because Muppet Mobile Lab isn’t
extinct. For those of you that don’t know, Muppet
Mobile Lab is the only animatronic type figure to live on in the Disney parks as part of
Disney’s Living Character initiative. It was introduced in 2007 then in Sept of
2016 it found its unofficial permanent home at Epcot. The Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker characters
are animatronic figures controlled by a cast member. {Dr. Bunsen Honeydew} Alright Beaker prepare
the chicken launch. There’s 8 cameras concealed on the unit
which allows the controller to make eye contact, interact and speak directly with the guests. Since the unit is mobile, it would have to
be battery powered, but what happens when the battery dies or connection with the controller
is lost? Well it would probably be something along
the lines of this: Now in our research, it said that Muppet Mobile
Lab is controlled by someone in a remote location miles away from the show site. But in this video, the man wearing the green
shirt seems to be a cast member in disguise. So a cast member on site could also very well
have some part in controlling the unit. As of right now Muppet Mobile Lab doesn’t
have a set schedule posted anywhere and Disney doesn’t even list the attraction on their
website. But it does perform daily around noon or so
behind spaceship Earth at Epcot, where this doesn’t normally happen. Number 4- Stormtrooper Face Plant
So one of the very first Top 10 videos on the channel was the Top 10 Funny Jedi Training
Academy moments. Well more and more Star Wars videos keep popping
up from Walt Disney World and Disneyland and like the others this one here doesn’t disappoint. {Crowd} Ohhhhh… This Storm trooper is like what the heck dude,
we got places to go. Move. This is also one of those fails that deserves
a look in slow motion, so lets rewind back and take a look. Quick recovery through from that cast member. Good job Disney. Number 3- Hat’s Away
There’s a little show at Tokyo Disneyland that we’ve mentioned before called Minnie! Oh! Minnie! This show seems to be a gold mine for bloopers
and fails, and this time, Goofy gets himself into a slight wardrobe malfunction. So Goofy’s doing his dance, then decides
to test the limits on how crazy he can move before his hat falls off. It always seemed like the removable hats on
Goofy were magnetic, but if you take a look at this one, it looks like its just black
velcro which really doesn’t seem to be as secure as magnets. Like what they used in Dream along with Mickey. But luckily this fail fits in with Goofy’s
goofy personality. Number 2- Mickey Face Plants
At the Walt Disney Studios park in Disneyland Paris there’s a show called Mickey and the
Magician, not to be confused with Mickey’s Magic Show or Mickey and the Magical Map. As you can see Disney really likes to use
the words Mickey and some variation of magic in their show titles. Well the show in Paris has a lion king segment,
and in that segment Mickey goes to chase an ostrich off stage. Well you can see where this is going. The clip cuts off so abruptly because it was
a mutli-cam video, but apparently the clip is from the 2nd day of shows. When you look at future performances shortly
after opening day, you can see that Mickey pays a little extra attention to the platform
before he runs off stage. Also, it appears that after Mickey’s fall,
his mouth and eye articulation begin to malfunction and just stops working all together. Number 1- Off With His Head
This is the Disneyland Parade in 1969. It’s really interesting to see how some
of the character looks have evolved so much since then and how some of them haven’t
really changed at all like the white rabbit from Alice in wonderland…. Now the Queen of Hearts said it best! {Queen of Hearts} Off with his head! Well I don’t think she was talking about
the white rabbit but lets pretend she was. Just wanna point out how none of the people
sitting on the curb reacted when this happened. The only one that actually reacts is The Walrus
while everyone else is completely phased out. Maybe it was more common than we think for
this to happen in the olden days of Disneyland; who knows. But since this was so long ago, it feels like
it isn’t the real world of Disney like we know it today. If this clip was shot in 2017 using HD resolution,
it would evoke a much different feeling of magic being lost. Since its so far back in Disney history, its
like the grainy-ness of the footage creates this barrier between the past and the current
Disney of today. So which blooper was your favorite? and have
you ever witnessed a fail or blooper while you were at the park? If you have, leave a comment bellow and start
a conversation. If you have any videos from the Disney parks
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