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Produced as a tribute to Disney Legends, the Sherman Brothers, "Shermania!" the film began life first as a song.  Robert and Richard Sherman's Father, Tin Pan Alley tune-smith, Al Sherman, told his boys to follow the three S’s when writing songs: make them singable, simple, and sincere.
With that ideal as inspiration, composer Jerry Ranger and author/lyricist Cynthia Ferrell co-wrote the song, "Singable, Simple, and Sincere".  The song is performed by Tess Ferrell, now lead singer in "Big Band Beat," a broadway-style show on the American Waterfront at Tokyo DisneySea.
The film, now titled, "Shermania!" was shot over the course of two days in August 2010 in Los Angeles and Thousand Oaks, California, under the direction of Cynthia Ferrell & Brian McDonald and stars Tess Ferrell and Jerry Ranger.  
Other credits include:
Cinematographer: Tim Carr
Editors: Brian McDonald, Chuck Lewis & Nick Brosco
Boom operator and production support: Gary Chambers
Script supervisor: Nancy Friedman
Musical arrangement & performance: David Vasquez
Recorded, mixed, & mastered: Jeff Lewis at Moonlight Studios, Los Angeles
With special thanks to Gregg Sherman
The film is distributed by the Mouse Lounge Podcast


Direct download: youtube_archive_shermania.mp3
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Mouse Lounge -- Season 05 -- Episode 02 -- September 12, 2010

In this episode, the Mouse Lounge brings to life what takes place in space in Tomorrowland.

Each week, in From the Vault we sample a clip from a classic Disney film, short, television or radio program, or Disneyland Record.   This week, from a Disneyland Record 1957 release, Jiminy Cricket and Walt Disney narrate “A Day at Disneyland”.

From the Walt Disney Archives:  We’ll go back in time and have a listen to the two-longest lived attractions in the Disneyland’s Tomorrowland South building,

Each week we present a high definition ride-through from a Disney Park East or a Disney Park West. This week, we travel flashback to 1987 and take in the Captain EO Tribute!

We'll close this week’s show with a couple of space-themed tracks.  First Kingsley & Perry’s, “Spooks in Space”.  You’d be right if you guessed this was the duo that wrote and recorded the original “Barouque Hoedown” used in the Main Street Electrical Parade.   We’ll finish out the episode with the perky and optimistic Sherman Brothers tune, Miracles from Molecules.



Direct download: ml_s05_e02_2010_09_12.mp3
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