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Steampunk Tokyo DisneySea

Steampunk posits that had steam powered computing took off in the Victorian era, the world would look a lot different today. Many Disney film have influenced the ethic, most famously Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea movie. So it makes sense that the Nautilus section… Read More »Steampunk Tokyo DisneySea

Former Disney Property Continues to Struggle

The Queen Mary attraction in Long Beach, California, continues to struggle according to this story in the Long Beach Press-Telegram. In the late 1980s, The Walt Disney Company purchased the company that owned the attraction, which at the time, included the plane built and flown… Read More »Former Disney Property Continues to Struggle

Queen Mary/Long Beach Update

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When Disney bought the Disneyland Hotel in the late 1980s, the Queen Mary attraction in Long Beach, California came along with it.  In 1990, Disney unveiled plans for a theme park and more around the Queen Mary.  Within a few years, Disney dropped plans for Long Beach and pulled out. The Queen Mary attraction has… Read More »Queen Mary/Long Beach Update

Best Hidden Mickey Yet

Steamboat’s blog (whose blogroll I’m honored to be on) is written in Japanese, so I can’t understand a word of it. But judging by the photos it looks to extensively cover Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. She’s also posted what I consider to be one of the coolest Hidden Mickey’s around. Set during one of… Read More »Best Hidden Mickey Yet

20K Ride

Dave has created one of the most spectacular tributes to Walt Disney World’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction. It’s all the more amazing given the fact that he only went on the ride once, when he was three. Alas this attraction is now gone with no hope of ever returning to Disney World (Disneyland’s… Read More »20K Ride