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Monster Sound Show/ABC Sound Studio
Like Superstar Television, this show was also sponsored by Sony. The holding area featured a video hosted by David Letterman.
Once guests entered the 270-seat theater, the emcee selected members of the audience to be "Foley" sound artists. A Chevy Chase/Martin Short film with lots of sound effects was then shown. The film was then replayed again with the audience members creating the sound effects. The movie was then shown a final time with the newly-created film soundtrack.
After the show, guests could visit SoundWorks to create their own sound effects. The Eerie Encounters section allowed visitors to recreate sounds from Forbidden Planet. Guests could dub in the voice of Roger Rabbit at Movie Mimics and encounter realistic sounds at Soundsations.
The show changed format on July 1, 1997 and became ABC Sound Studio. It featured Disney's One Saturday Morning lineup. Seven guests were chosen to create sound effects for 101 Dalmatians: The Series. It closed on February 20, 1999 and later changed to Sounds Dangerous starring Drew Carey on April 22, 1999.
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