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Category Archives: History
As you walk down Main Street U.S.A. at Disneyland you are passing through the credits for the fantasy movie brought to life that is Walt Disney’s greatest innovation – the Theme Park. These are the names of many of the … Continue reading
I don’t know who created this terrific mix of vintage Walt Disney looking out over Town Square in a modern Disneyland, but it’s brilliant. Disneyland fans are always saying that it’s the only park that Walt set foot in and … Continue reading
As you might expect for a Disney Legend and real sweetheart like Annette Funicello, there has been an outpouring of emotion for her online. Here are a few of the many comments made today: Rest in peace, Annette Funicello… — … Continue reading
To Disney fans Annette Funicello represents a time when the company was at its most pure. As a 12-year old she was discovered by Walt Disney and cast as one of the original Mouseketeers. She earned her way into the … Continue reading