LIGHTS, CAMERA…PAINT! Towering Disney icon gets new logo to go with theme park’s new name

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LIGHTS, CAMERA...PAINT!:  An artist paints the new logo for the newly named Disney's Hollywood Studios Feb. 15, 2008, high atop the famous "mouse-eared" water tower on the theme park's backlot.

LIGHTS, CAMERA…PAINT!: An artist paints the new logo for Disney’s Hollywood Studios Feb. 15, 2008, high atop the famous “mouse-eared” water tower on the backlot of Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Last month, Walt Disney World officially changed the name of the showbiz-themed park in Florida from “Disney-MGM Studios” to “Disney’s Hollywood Studios.” Painters began work on the water tower this week, painting over the “Disney-MGM Studios” logo that had been there since the theme park opened in 1989. The giant Mickey Mouse ears on top of the water tower have made the structure — nicknamed the “Earffel Tower” — a theme park icon. (Garth Vaughan, photographer)