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I don't think that the idea of disney-world was to scare the crap out of little babies...
15 Jun 2006
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I've heard people talk about Disneyland being haunted. Am I crazy or does it look like there is a ghost walking around the park?
26 Sep 2009
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High School Musical 2 - Everyday
1 Jul 2009
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Did you know that you can get into either Disney Land or Disney World for free on your birthday!   Go to www.celebrateparks**** to learn more and register!
21 Jan 2009
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14 Jun 2012
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22 Jul 2009
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These kids were totally disappointed after finding out they were going to Disney World.... instead of Chicago! *******gamehackerz****/social-empires-hack-cheats-tool
13 Jan 2013
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This is a video compliation of a ridethrough of Disney World's It's a Small world Ride, with the remixed version of the song playing overtop.
16 Dec 2007
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They've just redesigned the Test Track ride at Walt Disney World and we're taking you along to experience it from the driver's perspective!
22 Dec 2012
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Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Wishes Fireworks show
29 Jun 2009
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How much do you know about the world's most famous Disney theme parks? If you're like us, you can't wait to visit Disneyland or Walt Disney world, and here are some facts about the park you might not know, in a fun quiz format!
10 Mar 2016
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My first job at Walt Disney World, was back in the spring of 1971, when the Magic Kingdom was still under construction and had yet to open to the public. I was hired as a construction worker and my assigned work areas were in Frontierland, Liberty Square and the Rivers of America, with Buena Vista Construction Company out of California.In June of 1971, knowing that construction was almost complete, I made application thru the former Preview Center in Lake Buena Vista, to become a real 'cast member'.I continued to work my construction job in the Magic Kingdom until August, when I received a phone call from the Disney Employment Division, telling me that I had been selected to be one of the very first Walt Disney World employees. By the middle of August, I had quit my construction job and began 6 weeks of intensive training. I had been selected to be a "Lodging Host" at the Contemporary Resort Hotel.Around the first of September, 1971, I received a letter in the mail from Joe Fowler, inviting all former construction workers (& their families) who had participated in the building of the park, to a free day in the new Magic Kingdom.The photos in this short video are from this visit in September, 1971, before the park was ever opened to the public. We were the first guests to ever visit and even tho many things were not yet open or completed, it was a great visit and one that I have always treasured.When watching the video, be sure to search carefully in each photo for signs of construction still going on. Some photos show obvious construction, but if you really look at some of the other photos, you will still see ladders, scaffolding, etc., that are still visible around and on some of the attractions. Other NO-NO's you may see, are some of the characters conversing with supervisors while 'on stage' - something you will never see at the magic Kingdom.All photos were taken with a very old Kodak Instamatic camera. These old cameras, tho reliable, took barely satisfactory pictures by the standards of today's new digital cameras. After each exposure, you had to manually wind the film to the next exposure and flash bulbs had to be inserted into the camera for indoor shots. Oh well, just glad that I was able to save this first visit on film of any kind!
12 Sep 2010
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