The Casual Reporter: WWS Bids Public Farewell to Michael Jackson

Saturday, June 27, 2009

WWS Bids Public Farewell to Michael Jackson

One of the privelages of playing Buffalo Bill in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, Disney Village, Disneyland Paris, is that I sometimes have the freedom (or take the liberty) to add a few lines of text at the end of the show to commemorate special moments. Usually, for instance, when a cast member leaves the show, I (or whoever is playing Buffalo Bill) will say a few lines. Somber moments are sometimes recognized as well, as was the case tonight. Here is a transcript of my final words tonight:

We hope you have all enjoyed yourselves tonight, and we hope you will all come back and return with us again to the legendary world of the pioneer days on the great American plains.

Before we leave I just want to say that the late Michael Jackson was a friend of this show. He watched our show several times. There was always something special about performing in front of one of the greatest entertainers that has ever lived. We are saddened by his passing. Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and fans. May he rest in peace.

Just remember, wherever there is a sunset, there is a West, but there's only one... BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST!!!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for those words, i really love him and was really sad today, but you all gave me the strengh to make a good show


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