Songs are for sharing, and learning the words to your favourite Disney songs has never been so much fun! Just sing along to the on-screen lyrics as you enjoy classic Disney characters in their most memorable musical scenes!
Celebrate a musical day at Disneyland Paris - the magical place where dreams come true! See Mickey and Minnie hustle and bustle behind the scenes during a day of fun and thrills at the park! Then get a front row seat on some of the wildest rides, like Star Tours, Big Thunder Mountain and the Pirates of the Caribbean. Join Chip'n'Dale, Roger Rabbit and a Magic Kingdom full of your favorite Disney characters and sing along to the happiest songs on earth!
Known as En Route Pour Euro Disneyland and En Route Pour Disneyland Paris in French, released in France. The program was also released in French Canada as On S'amuse Au Royaume enchanté
Known as Eine Musikalische Reise Ins Euro Disney Resort in German, released in Germany.
Known as Ga Mee Naar Euro Disneyland in Dutch, released in Netherlands
Known as Benvenuti A EuroDisney in Italian, released in Italy
Let's Go to Euro Disneyland VS Let's Go to Disneyland Paris.
Most countries released the program once using the "Euro Disneyland" name. There are 4 ways to tell if the program had been changed.
Professor Owl introduced the program saying "Euro Disney fun." or "Disneyland Paris fun."
When Mickey welcomes the guests he welcomes them to either "Euro Disney" or "Disneyland Paris."
At the start of "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah", Goofy will say his favorite part about "Euro Disney" or "Disneyland Paris" is "all the swell rides." This does not occur in the French version as there is no dialogue.
The most noticeable difference is towards the end of "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah". In the Euro Disneyland version, Chip and Dale are playing at the pool and then it cuts to Big Thunder Mountain. In the Disneyland Paris version, the pool scene is cut short for clips of Space Mountain and then cuts to Big Thunder Mountain. The audio is unchanged as you can still hear Chip and Dale as well as splashing water.
Japan, however, released the program twice; the first time using the "Euro Disneyland" name and the second time as "Disneyland Paris." Both were released in English and Japanese. This marks the only known version of an English dub of "Let's Go to Euro Disney."
Differences from the original video
As the video features completely different footage from what was filmed in the original video, there are some noticeable differences.
Unlike Disneyland Fun, this video includes "How D'ye Do and Shake Hands", "The Unbirthday Song", and "Pecos Bill".
Tigger is shown welcoming the guests during "Whistle While You Work", but in Disneyland Fun, Mickey is shown welcoming the guests.
Donald Duck and Daisy Duck replace Alice and the White Rabbit in "I'm Walking Right Down the Middle of Main Street U.S.A."
In Disneyland Fun, Mickey played the piano all throughout "I'm Walking Right Down the Middle of Main Street U.S.A."; here, he only plays the piano for a few moments before joining the rest of the characters in their dancing.
Donald Duck is replaced by Peter Pan in "Following the Leader". This is because there is not a version of Jungle Cruise at Disneyland Paris. However, Genie is also included in the Paris version.
Prior to the start of "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah", Goofy tells Chip and Dale, Roger Rabbit, and the kids about what he likes most about Disneyland Paris. In Disneyland Fun, the segment opened with Roger Rabbit being upset about going on the thrill rides. After the song, Chip and Dale and the kids head to Goofy, who then asks where Roger is. Meanwhile, Roger rides in the back of the trolley pulled by horses. In Disneyland Fun, Roger is shown riding Autopia with a kid.
"Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" excludes Splash Mountain (and the rap lyrics that appeared in the scene), and instead has Mad Hatter's Teacups, which were in the Disneyland Fun version of "It's a Small World". The reason for the former part is that the Splash Mountain and Matterhorn attractions are not in Paris.
In "Rumbly in My Tumbly", Goofy gives two treats before Pooh comes, Eeyore is seen selling popcorn and Tigger is seen comforting the kids. Also, Donald stands beside a fruit stand.
In this video, "Rumbly in My Tumbly" ends with three kids giving a pot of honey to Winnie the Pooh as he finishes the song; in the original video, it is not shown how he got the honey.
In the case of the former, it is because there is no Country Bear Jamboree/Vacation Hoedown at Disneyland Paris.
In the Disneyland Fun version of "It's A Small World", there are many rides, such as the Skyway and the Storybook Land Canal Boats, that are not featured in the Paris version. Pinocchio appears blowing a whistle to call everybody and says, “(whistle) Hey, come on!”
Jafar and Iago appear in place of Captain Hook in "Grim Grinning Ghosts". However, Hook appears with Mr. Smee in "Following the Leader" when they try to catch Peter Pan and the kids. Hook can also be seen in "The Character Parade".
Danielle is younger and blonde, while in Disneyland Fun she is an older, brunette girl.
Some of the characters speak more in this video than a few in Disneyland Fun. For example, Mickey says to Minnie, "Hey Minnie, watch this," before he shoots pyrotechnics from his pointer fingers like in Fantasmic. However, most of the character dialogue can't be heard in the French version. Additionally, various sounds are added, like Tigger laughing upon welcoming the guests.