One Saturday Morning Sound Show | Disney World

Last Updated on: January 21st, 2024

Here is everything you need to know about Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios’ extinct One Saturday Morning Sound Show including history, fun facts, photos and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!


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What is One Saturday Morning Sound Show?

“One Saturday Morning Sound Show” was a live entertainment experience that took place at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (formerly known as Disney-MGM Studios) in Walt Disney World, Florida.

The show was inspired by the popular ABC Saturday morning programming block called “One Saturday Morning,” which featured animated shows from Disney such as “Doug,” “Recess,” “Pepper Ann,” and “Hercules: The Animated Series.”

“One Saturday Morning Sound Show” brought the energy and excitement of these animated shows to the stage. It featured live performances, music, and dance numbers that showcased the characters and themes from the television programs.

Guests could enjoy high-energy performances, catchy songs, and familiar characters from their favorite “One Saturday Morning” shows. The show aimed to capture the spirit and fun of the Saturday morning experience, creating a lively and engaging atmosphere for guests of all ages.



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