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I’ve never been to Disneyland Paris (I missed the grand opening by 3 months too early); a deficiency I hope to rectify some day soon. A new video celebrating Disneyland Paris’ 20th Anniversary fits some of the highlights of the … Continue reading
After accounting for a one time real estate deal, the finances at Euro-Disney SCA, the operating company for Disneyland Paris, are still looking relatively rosy. Revenues for the 3rd quarter of 2011 grew 6.7% over last year. The parks and … Continue reading
A fascinating video from 1988 provides a look inside Walt Disney Imagineering as it plans to build Euro-Disney, aka Disneyland Paris. Behind the camera is Eddie Sotto, who was the show producer for Main Street U.S.A. at the time. He … Continue reading
While it is frequently mentioned as the most beautiful of the Disney theme parks, Disneyland Paris is also a financial mess. Overbuilt hotels at its launch and some poor planning over the years saddled it with a debt load it … Continue reading
I really can’t get enough of these tilt-shift videos from the various Disney parks. The latest edition is from Paris Disneyland: Makes you feel like the park could fit in your backyard.