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I decided to come up with a Magic Kingdom show idea called One Man's Dream 2.0: Mickey's Rolling Film Festival. This will be similar to the Tokyo version
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which was redesigned from the original One Man's Dream show which also appeared at Disneyland for a short while and replace (and be a slight contemporary adaptation of) Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire. However, the intro to the show, the curtain call finale, and the character dialogue will be performed in Japanese (with the exception of Jack Sparrow) while the rest of the sung parts will be performed in English.

Here are some details regarding the show and some differences between this, the current Tokyo one, and the first one:

  • There will be two large screens on both sides of the stage: One for the English subtitles, and the other for the Japanese subtitles.
  • The show will not feature Frozen and Stitch. The reason Frozen will not be in this (as well as Anna and Elsa's meet-and-greets being moved from Epcot to Main Street U.S.A at the Magic Kingdom and Tokyo Disneyland respectively), is because people must learn to get over with Frozen due to its overestimation so they can focus on newer generations of Disney films and television shows despite it having an upcoming sequel.
  • Similar to the original version, it will feature the Three Little Pigs, the Big Bad Wolf and Alice. But unlike the original, Alice will only appear in the intro instead of having her musical number.
  • Mary Poppins will be added to the show as well.
  • Also like the Japanese version, Pinocchio will come after the Three Little Pigs and before the Big Bad Wolf during the finale but the former two characters will be joined with the other characters in groups.
  • Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, Roger Rabbit, the Big Bad Wolf, Nick, and Judy will have articulated heads.
  • Pirates of the Caribbean will be in place of Peter Pan and still have dancing as well as stunts to make it more like the friendship faire, although the character of the same name as the latter franchise will still appear with Wendy in the show.
  • Sora, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and Jessie will appear as face characters like in the Disney Live! shows.
  • Unlike in the Japanese version, Mickey and Minnie will have speaking roles as transition characters and Mickey will have a closing line to thank the viewers in celebrating the movie magic.
  • Most of the dance choreography from Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire will be featured but with a few slight changes. Also, the score of "On This Day" will be played prior to the start and the wrap up of the filming for Donald which is held by Roger Rabbit and for when Daisy arrives to see Donald.
  • During the Halloween season, the show will feature elements from Halloween themed Disney franchises, such as The Nightmare Before Christmas and Descendants, an autumn finale where "Autumn's Here" ("Vive La Vie") will be performed in place of "Mickey Mouse, Our Shining Star". Also, the finale music will be combined with musical instruments (which includes guitars, banjos, violins, and cellos) and the tempo will be slightly slower to give an autumn touch to the show.
  • During Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, the show will feature a Christmas finale where they will perform "Let Christmas Shine" from the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in place of "Mickey Mouse, Our Shining Star".

Plot

  • It All Started with a Mouse / One Man's Dream Theme - It appears the same as the Tokyo version but with Minnie's house being more accurate to the animated one. Prior to the start of the song, Chip and Dale, Goofy, Pluto, Donald, Daisy, and Sora will appear after Mickey and Minnie change from black and white to colored. Other characters following them (in order) include Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and the Beast, Aladdin and Jasmine, Tiana and Naveen, Rapunzel and Flynn, Peter Pan, Pinocchio, Alice, The Three Little Pigs, The Big Bad Wolf, Jiminy Cricket, Wendy, The Mad Hatter, Genie, Louis, Woody, and Buzz Lightyear.
  • Jungle Medley: The Jungle Book, Zootopia, and The Lion King
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Halloween Mash (Halloween only) - Jack Skellington throws a not-so-scary party, but when he is about to perform a musical number, the villains, Jafar, Maleficent, The Evil Queen, Cruella De Vil, and Captain Hook show up and perform a magic spell which involves the Descendants, Jay, Mal, Evie, Carlos, and Harry Hook performing "W-I-C-K-E-D" and "Rotten to the Core".
  • Princess Medley ft. Genie and Louis - "Friend Like Me" / "Dig a Little Deeper" / "Beauty and the Beast" / "Part of Your World" / "A Whole New World" / "So This is Love" / Someday My Prince Will Come" / "Once Upon a Dream" / "I've Got a Dream"
  • Donald, the Unlucky Hollywood Star / Hooray for Hollywood / You Ought to Be in Pictures - In this version, Roger Rabbit takes the role of the director, Woody and Jessie join Chip and Dale dressed as cowboys in the wild west part, The Buzz Lightyear section is added, and Moana sings "How Far I'll Go" taking Stitch's place. The Hooray for Hollywood number features the same cast in addition to the Big Bad Wolf, the Three Little Pigs, Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Peter Pan, Wendy, Alice, The Mad Hatter, Baloo, King Louie, Timon, Rafiki, Jiminy Cricket, The Mad Hatter, Wendy Darling, Jessie, Louis, Judy Hopps, Nick Wilde, and all the other Princesses, Elena, and the characters who appear before the last few lines of the song come down from the stage and shake hands with the guests. Then they go up the stage to see Mickey and Minnie well-dressed. The rest of the segment is the same as the Tokyo version.
  • Mickey Mouse, Our Shining Star - During the number, the performers sing a song about Mickey himself, then the other characters who appeared in the intro in addition to Sora, Roger, Baloo, King Louie, Timon, Rafiki, Judy, Nick, Jiminy Cricket, The Mad Hatter, Wendy Darling, Jessie, Louis, Merida, Moana, and Elena to celebrate his stardom.
  • Curtain Call / Finale - During the second finale, the characters will show up during the curtain call in order (and from left to right):
    • Woody, Jessie, and Buzz
    • Baloo, King Louie, Judy, and Nick, The Three Little Pigs, Timon, and Rafiki
    • Alice and the Mad Hatter, Mary Poppins, Jack Sparrow, Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket, and Peter Pan and Wendy
    • The Big Bad Wolf
    • Tiana and Naveen, Louis, Merida, Elena, Moana, and Rapunzel and Flynn
    • Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle and the Beast, Aladdin and Jasmine, and Genie
    • Penguin #1, Dale, Clarabelle, and Chip, and Penguin #2
    • Sora, Pluto, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, and Roger Rabbit
    • Minnie and Mickey

 Voice cast

  • Takashi Aoyagi as Mickey Mouse
  • Aya Endō as Minnie Mouse
  • Roko Takazawa as Chip
  • Minoru Ibana as Dale
  • Yu Shimaka as Goofy
  • Bill Farmer as Pluto
  • Koichi Yamadera as Donald Duck, Genie (speaking), and Roger Rabbit
  • Mika Doi as Daisy Duck
  • Daisuke Gori (speaking) and Joel McCrary (singing) as Baloo
  • Shinichi Ishihara (speaking) and Jim Cummings (singing) as King Louie
  • Yuji Mitsuya (speaking) and Nathan Lane (singing) as Timon
  • Ryuji Saikachi as Rafiki
  • Aya Ueto as Judy Hopps
  • Toshiyuki Morekawa as Nick Wilde
  • Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow
  • Jeff Bennett as Smee
  • Toshiaka Karasawa as Woody
  • George Tokoro as Buzz Lightyear
  • Yumi Kusaska as Jessie
  • Robin Williams (archival recordings) as Genie (singing)
  • Auili'i Cravalho as Moana