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Tag Archives: retro
Construction for Disneyland’s original Tomorrowland didn’t even start until December 1955, that left them just 6 months to pull it all together. If you visited the early incarnation of Disneyland’s Tomorrowland you would have encountered a number of exhibits that … Continue reading
The Progress City model has returned from a brief refurbishment at the Magic Kingdom. There was some hope that they would give the model some much needed TLC and perhaps restore some of the functionality, alas, it was really very … Continue reading
Found two new retro t-shirts at Walt Disney World this last week. Both were available at the World of Disney in Downtown Disney. I guess the 80s are back. Which do you like the best?
A terrific collection of photos from around Disneyland on November 6th and 7th can be found over on LaughingPlace.com. The park was playing host to a Hollywood movie production for “Saving Mr. Banks” complete with mega stars and set design … Continue reading
In a fun bit of viral marketing, Disney Animation has dug into its archives and fabricated this ‘Original’ 1982 TV commercial for Fix-it Felix Jr., the video game that plays a central role in this falls animated feature “Wreck-it Ralph.” … Continue reading