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“Walt’s Frozen Head” Going To Be Available for Online Streaming March 14

I get this question quite often. “When is that movie that was shot at Disney World about Walt’s frozen head going to be available for the public to watch?” Well, I am here to tell you, March 14 is going to be your lucky day.

The Further Adventures of Walt’s Frozen Head” was shot under the radar (without permission) at Walt Disney World. The film feeds into the urban legend that Walt has indeed been frozen and lives in the utilidors of the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

Turns out, he’s been calling the shots ever since his death. Executives “wake him up” every few months to go over how the company has been performing, new film trailers and more directly underneath Cinderella Castle.


One problem: Walt hasn’t actually been “in” the park as a guest since his death. As luck would have it, someone manages to stumble across him in the utilidor and Walt convinces his new friend to take him on a field trip through the Magic Kingdom for a day so he can see it for himself.

We will do a review of the film here at Theme Park University in the near future, but for now, if you want to check out the film you need to head over to YouTube. On March 14, 2018 at 8:30 pm eastern time, you can watch a live simulcast via this link. Will you be watching?

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