Top Ten Disney Tweets for Wednesday, January 13, 2021
We’re excited to share our Top Ten Disney Tweets for Wednesday, January 13, 2021. We hope you enjoyed these Tweets as much as we did!
The Mystery Industry
— Dewayne Bevil (@ThemeParks) January 13, 2021
Fifty five years ago, the mystery industry that was buying up acres of land in Central Florida was revealed.
Disney had purchased all of the land under the Reedy Creek organization to help keep their plans and ambitions somewhat under wraps.
Virtual Launch Event
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) January 13, 2021
In just a few short hours, the cast of ‘WandaVision‘ will come together for a virtual launch event.
We cannot wait to start watching ‘WandaVision‘ this weekend, will you be tuning in?
National Rubber Ducky Day
How do you celebrate National Rubber Ducky Day? With a Duck Duck Razz cocktail from the The Boathouse of course! Make a stop at the Boathouse Boatique and discover an amazing collection of themed rubber duckies. 🦆 🛁 #DisneySprings pic.twitter.com/9ukfLfGZF7
— Disney Springs (@DisneySprings) January 13, 2021
The Duck Duck Razz cocktail from The Boathouse is a great way to celebrate National Rubber Ducky Day!
Head on in to the Boathouse Boatique to find a wonderful collection of themed rubber ducks.
With college basketball in full (court) swing, let’s take a look at a few production stills from the Disney sports drama, “Glory Road,” which was released on this date in 2006. The film tells the inspiring true story of the 1965-1966 Texas Western Miners basketball team. pic.twitter.com/yDIJXfnuna
— Walt Disney Archives (@TWDCArchives) January 13, 2021
This film tells the true story of the 1965-`966 Texas Western Miners basketball team.
The movie was released fourteen years ago, back in 2006. With college basketball back in action, what better time to revisit this feel-good story?
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: After 42 magical years, Imagineer Kevin Rafferty is retiring in April. Learn more about his humble beginnings and his once-in-a-lifetime career: https://t.co/MdK9f5FzwP pic.twitter.com/f89ZcUD4jB
— Disney D23 (@DisneyD23) January 13, 2021
After a magical 42 year career, Imagineer Kevin Rafferty is retiring this April.
Check out the interview above to learn all about his once-in-a-lifetime career!
Passion Fruit Mousse
Make this passion fruit mousse from the Latin-inspired Vibrante & Vívido Food Studio at the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts 🎨 at home with this recipe: https://t.co/luyYNl3SAB #DisneyFamilia #ArtfulEPCOT #DisneyMagicMoments pic.twitter.com/a2OiSrvfGN
— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) January 13, 2021
One of our favorite goodies from the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts!
Learn how to make this latin-inspired dessert with the recipe provided above.
Mickey Mouse Short
Can you tell which classic Mickey Mouse short this is? If you know, you nose. 👃 pic.twitter.com/XngYtgxDHB
— Disney (@Disney) January 13, 2021
Were any of our readers able to figure out which Mickey Mouse Short this was?
If you want the answer, check the replies to the tweet above!
Bravery will lead you down new paths. pic.twitter.com/xe0AZr2fcN
— Disney (@Disney) January 13, 2021
Go into the new year with a new sense of bravery and determination!
You will be led down new and exciting paths, we know it!
Horizons building and signage, Epcot Center, Walt Disney World
“If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Horizons pic.twitter.com/Eh9Bf9oWnB
— History@Disney (@HistoryAtDisney) January 13, 2021
Pictured above one can observe the Horizons buildings and signage. The attraction was open between October of 1983 and closed back in January of 1999.
@HistoryatDisney is one of the best Disney Twitter accounts to follow.
Works of Art
— DisneyPhotoPass (@DisneyPhotoPass) January 13, 2021
Across EPCOT, guests will find incredible works of art! These creations are for a limited time only and will be available just during the Festival!