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 meant to recapture the early… Read More »Disneyland goes Retro for Saving Mr. Banks
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.” I love the retro VHS… Read More »Disney releases ‘Original’ 1982 Commercial for Fix-it Felix Jr.
Disney’s next animated feature takes place in the world of video games when Wreck-it Ralph decides to leave his game, Fix It Felix Jr., and explore other games. But did you know you can now play Fix It Felix Jr.? Yep, just head over to… Read More »Play Fix It Felix Jr Video Game from Wreck-it Ralph
Some exciting news for Disney Dooney & Bourke fans was announced on the Disney Parks Blog today! Three new designs will be released on July 14th at TrenD in Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World: the much anticipated Retro design for the Walt Disney World… Read More »New Disney Parks Dooney & Bourke Designs Coming Soon
The Disney History Institute scores big again with a vintage color film from 1957 Disneyland. DHI uses the same transfer process that Ken Burns does to get his amazing footage and the result is something with the truest and brightest colors I’ve ever seen from… Read More »1957 Disneyland Film is a Treasure
Eastman Kodak, longtime sponsor of Disney’s domestic theme parks, is reportedly considering bankruptcy any day now. It’s not clear what this means for the parks, Kodak is still the sponsor of the guidemaps that 1o’s of thousands of guests pick up and use every day… Read More »Polaroid Disney World
We just learned that parts of Cars’ Land at California Adventure will open in summer 2012. Work is progressing at a frenzied pace and the details in Cars’ Land are coming into focus. One of the most important touches will be the recreation of Main… Read More »Cars’ Land Luigi’s Leaning Tower of Tires Installed at California Adventure
ABC’s new series Pan Am took off to a weird start last Sunday night. However, the second episode, “We’ll Always Have Paris” was much more interesting. The less-than-stellar airplane CGI was gone and the theme music was much less intrusive. Even better, the storyline was… Read More »Pan Am takes off in episode two