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This live-action stunt show entertains guests with car and motorcycle chases and crashes, special effects like fires and explosions and a “director” that explains each trick and stunt. The plot of Lights, Motors, Action! centers around the filming of spy thriller. At the end of the show, all the individual scenes will have been edited together and shown on the jumbo-tron.
Wait until the afternoon to see this show so the sun is behind you. Otherwise, the sun will shine directly in your face and the stadium, while covered, can get very hot. It’s not difficult to find a seat, so 20 minutes early should be plenty of time. Make sure you don’t sit behind one of the huge columns; they can really obstruct your view.
We really enjoy Lights, Motors, Action! and find the stunts and special effects very exciting. If Tad and Lily are tired, they get a little bored during the middle part of the show and wish there was more action throughout. We try to see it once on every trip, and always a later afternoon show. That Florida sun’s a killer earlier in the day.
Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show is 38 minutes long and takes place in a 3,000 seat stadium at the end of Streets of America. It shows several times a day, but show times and the number of performances vary by day of the week and time of the year. Check the Times Guide for a current schedule.
The stadium has bench seating with backs but no padding. Guests may remain in their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to experience the attraction.
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The show requires the talents of 45 stunt drivers. The village of Villefranche-sur-Mer in the south of France served as inspiration for the sets of the stunt show.
The 40 Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show vehicles honor each one of the 40 Walt Disney Imagineers and Cast Members who helped create the show with personalized license plates that contain a combination of the initials and birthdates of these 40 designers.
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