Epcot’s Spaceship Earth History Thoroughly Detailed Uncovered in New Martin Smith Videos

The treasures this guy creates just keep getting better. Martin Smith has done it again with remastered footage chronicling the history of Spaceship Earth at Epcot over the years and it’s incredible.

As usual, Smith breaks down the attraction scene by scene and in the case of Spaceship Earth, layer by layer. It’s worth noting that this dissection was created by the man himself. Which is why I think these videos are so invaluable. You can’t find this information anywhere else.

Which is why I have been singing the praises of what Martin Smith does for so long here at Theme Park University. The guy does this out of true passion for the parks. That little logo in the upper left of all his videos? There is no catch! These videos are “NOT FOR SALE” and he doesn’t make a dime from them.

Another amazing feature of the Spaceship Earth video series is the incredible concept art that is layered within each one. I own dozens and dozens of books on Disney history and I have never even seen some of this stuff! It’s amazing! If you haven’t already, you have to subscribe to his YouTube channel and I have embedded the first two videos in the series below!


Keep in mind, there is another Spaceship Earth video coming soon, so keep a lookout for that one. If you’re a true Epcot fan, you simply must take some time to view these important pieces of history. Thanks again Martin for doing what you do.

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Images Copyright: Martin Smith/Walt Disney Company

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