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Tag Archives: Disneyland Paris
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
Around 2:50 pm today, pieces of decorative faux rock at Disneyland Paris’ Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster attraction fell and struck guests riding the attraction. Five guests were hurt. Four were treated at the park, however one ‘serious’ head … 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.
Part of the original deal Euro Disney SCA, the operating company for Disneyland Paris Resort, made with the French Government was that a certain percentage of the property would be developed over time. This is likely to ensure proper level … Continue reading