Lights, Camera, Magic; Three Family Stays at Walt Disney Studios in Paris to Be Won by 9pm Tonight

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Lights, Camera, Magic; Three Family Stays at Walt Disney Studios in Paris to Be Won by 9pm Tonight


WALT Disney Studios (r) is coming and you are wanted on set.

You could win one of three family breaks to this great new theme park at Disneyland(r) Resort Paris.

Ever dreamed of going behind the scenes on a live television production?

Or uncovering the wizardry of movie-making?

Now's your chance to go on a voyage of discovery where the magic of cinema, TV and animation come alive.

From the imagination of Disney(r) comes Walt Disney Studios, where it's lights, camera, 360-degree magic everywhere, all the time.

If you win one of our fantastic prizes, your family can enjoy an exciting three-night break for four, in a Disneyland Resort Paris hotel, sharing a family room. Flights are courtesy of Ryanair.com, the low fares airline.

You will have plenty of time to discover the new Walt Disney Studios Park, and you can surround yourself in the fascinating world of cinema, animation and television. You can also visit Disneyland Park, which is next door. Our lucky winners will fly with Ryanair from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. With fares from as little as pounds 10 one way, it is the easiest and most low cost way to take the family to Disneyland Paris.

When you step through the gates at the new Walt Disney Studios your imagination will soar.

There are four distinct lots to entertain you:

FRONT LOT: Laugh, clap and marvel at the tribute to Tinseltown in Lights! Camera! Hollywood!

PRODUCTION COURTYARD: Get a behind- the-scenes take on upcoming blockbuster movies, or go "on-air" with Disney Channel at Walt Disney TV Studios. Then take a Backstage Pass and see how movie magic is made on the Studio Tram Tour with Catastrophe Canyon.

ANIMATION COURTYARD: See favourite Disney moments come to life in the illusional world of Animagique and discover the tricks of the trade in the Art of Disney Animation. Or climb on to one of the Genie's magical carpets, with Flying Carpets Over Agrabah.

BACK LOT: Survive meteor showers on Armageddon Special Effects. Rock 'n' roll on to the fastest G-force musical adventure ever, Rock 'n' Roller Coaster with Aerosmith. Feel the heat in the Stunt Show Spectacular.

And you and your family could be among the first to experience this thrilling new theme park, located right next door to the Disneyland Park. …

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