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  • Disneyland restores tribute tombstones to Haunted Mansion

    When the Haunted Mansion opened in 1969, the Imagineers who worked on the attraction cleverly left tributes to themselves in the form of witty, albeit morbid, tombstone epitaphs. The tombstones were located in and around the queue area of the attraction. Later, most of the tombstones were moved to a…

  • Windows on Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom
    Windows on Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom

    Rich Pope of the Orlando Sentinel has put together a fun look at one of the Magic Kingdom’s often overlooked features, the Main Street windows. They’re like the credits to the film, only for the theme park. My grandfather has the honor of having his name on the second Walt…

  • Matterhorn Celebrates 55th Anniversary
    Matterhorn Celebrates 55th Anniversary

    The Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland has always been a sentimental favorite of mine; in part because my Grandfather Vic Greene was the Art Director for the attraction and for his involvement in the story of how Imagineering got the instructions to build it. There was a little hill of land…

  • Matterhorn Movie
    Matterhorn Movie

    If you’ve been reading The Disney Blog for a while, then you might remember that one of the attractions I feel a close attraction to is The Matterhorn in Disneyland. It was the first attraction my grandfather Vic Greene was show producer on while at Imagineering. My mom remembers him…

  • Haunted Mansion 40th Anniversary Official Podcast
    Haunted Mansion 40th Anniversary Official Podcast

    The Haunted Mansion at Disneyland means something special to me since it is one of the few attractions that literally has my grandfather’s name on it (he had a tombstone (his wife made Disney remove it after he died) and his name is on the attraction blueprints). It just turned…

  • Magic Kingdom Update
    Magic Kingdom Update

    As I twittered, I hit the Magic Kingdom on Saturday to see what changes the new year had brought. As it turns out, not much. I guess it takes a big place like Walt Disney World a few weeks to fully switch over from one promotion to another. That makes…

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