On June 19, 1998, a new parade starring Mulan arrived at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (then Disney-MGM Studios). Leading the parade was the family guardian, Mushu as seen in the photo above. The parade featured several very tall floats including the Matchmaker and the Emperor of China. The Great Wall of China even made an appearance in the Mulan Parade!
The music of the Mulan Parade mostly consisted of an instrumental version of Honor To Us All. As the Huns passed in the parade, the music would change to I’ll Make A Man Out Of You.
The parade featured 53 performers and ran for almost 3 years. The final performance of the Mulan Parade at Disney-MGM Studios took place on March 11, 2001. The parade was replaced by the Disney Stars And Motor Cars Parade.
Do you remember the Mulan Parade? Check out some more pictures of this parade below. Which parade float was your favorite?
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