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Studio Backlot Tour is a Classic Hollywood Studios Ride

Updated: 17 July 2013 02:30:11 AM

This classic Hollywood Studios ride goes behind the scenes to show you how special effects are made - and may even put you in front of the camera!

The tour starts with a demonstration in a covered area where you will see how they film and then edit the effects of a sea battle.

Audience participants are filmed making their way through a raging battle complete with fiery assault and blasts of water.

Your best chance of being chosen to participate is to get there early and inform a Cast Member you would like to volunteer.

The footage from this demonstration is edited and dialogue is added and you will see just how a live action stunt show can be put together to make movie magic!

During this part of the tour you will also get to see some familiar movie clips and get an explanation of how those special effects were filmed and edited as well.

Narrated Tram Ride

Next on the tour is a tram ride.

On the way to your tram, don't forget to check out the props in the warehouse you will walk through.

You just might see some familiar sights.

The open air tram ride will take you past old movie props, production houses, costume workshops, and the Boneyard, which is home to vehicles previously used in films such as Herbie the Love Bug and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

You will also get a glimpse of the backstage area of the Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show.

Catastrophe Canyon

Next up is a ride through Catastrophe Canyon, where your tram may or may not make it out in one piece - you'll have to take the ride to find out what happens in Catastrophe Canyon!

You can end your Backlot Tour in the American Film Institute Showcase, which is a changing display of special effects props and treasures.

Rumor has it that this attraction will be closed as Hollywood Studios makes way for a new Cars Land. Be sure to ride while you still have the chance!

By Marie Ospina

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