All Aboard! Jim Carrey and Director Robert Zemeckis Wrap ‘Disney’s A
Christmas Carol’ Train Tour Oct. 30
NYC’s Grand Central Station Decked Out with Holiday Decor, “Snow” and Carolers

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Jack Rapke join Walt Disney Studios Chairman Rich Ross to wrap up “Disney’s A Christmas Carol” Train Tour with a
closing ceremony, press conference, festive photo opportunity
and an incredible 3D sneak peek of actual film footage. The
Train Tour traveled across the country with stops in 40
cities, offering an exclusive 3D sneak peek of the movie as
well as a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the making of the

This free family activity will be open to the public on Oct. 30
from 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Oct. 31 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Nov. 1
from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Sponsored by Hewlett Packard, the Train Tour traveled more than
16,000 miles and passed through 36 states. Amidst a winter
wonderland with holiday decor and Christmas carolers, visitors
saw footage from “Disney’s A Christmas Carol” inside a
48-foot-wide, 2-story, inflatable 3-D theatre which was
erected in each city. Visitors also saw the cutting-edge
technology behind the film, as well as artifacts from the
Charles Dickens Museum and interactive games. NYC visitors
and locals will have the opportunity to visit the train Oct.
30- Nov. 1. The whole experience is free.

“Disney’s A Christmas Carol,” a multi-sensory thrill ride
re-envisioned by Academy Award(R)-winning filmmaker Robert
Zemeckis, captures the fantastical essence of the classic
Dickens tale in a groundbreaking 3D motion picture event.
Ebenezer Scrooge (JIM CARREY) begins the Christmas holiday
with his usual miserly contempt, barking at his faithful clerk
(GARY OLDMAN) and his cheery nephew (COLIN FIRTH). But when
the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come take him
on an eye-opening journey revealing truths Old Scrooge is
reluctant to face, he must open his heart to undo years of ill
will before it’s too late.

“Disney’s A Christmas Carol” opens in U.S. theaters on November
6, 2009. The film has been rated PG by the MPAA Ratings Board
for scary sequences and images.

Source: PRNewswire/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures