Sounds Dangerous!

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Sounds Dangerous!
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Area Echo Lake
Status Closed
Opening date April 22, 1999
Closing date May 18, 2012
Replaced Monster Sound Show/One Saturday Morning Sound Show
Replaced by Star Wars Path of the Jedi
General statistics
Attraction type Audio show
Designer Walt Disney Imagineering
Duration 12 minutes
Handicapped/disabled access Wheelchair accessible
Assistive listening icon.svg Assistive listening available

Sounds Dangerous! was an audio show at Echo Lake inside Disney's Hollywood Studios starring comedian Drew Carey. The presentation took place inside an ABC soundstage with theater-style seating. Guests were told that the show is an ABC test pilot called Undercover Live. Guests wore headphones and were in the dark for the majority of the show, however visuals were also utilized on a projection screen in front of the guests. Drew Carey played an undercover detective named Foster. In early 2009, it was announced that this attraction would operate seasonally. The image of Drew Carey along with the attraction's name was removed from the entrance's marquee and the screen was turned off, indicating the closure of the attraction, which meant that Disney closed the attraction on May 18, 2012, renaming it as ABC Sound Studio, and redressing it as the temporary "Carbon Freeze Me" attraction for the park's annual Star Wars Weekends event.[1][2]

Starting April 18, 2014, the theater was used to present a sneak peek of Walt Disney Pictures' Maleficent.[3] Beginning July 4, 2014, the theater was used to present a sneak peek of Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy.[4]


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Coordinates: 28°21′22″N 81°33′33″W / 28.35611°N 81.55917°W / 28.35611; -81.55917