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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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Visit http://www.InsideTheMagic.net for more from the Golden Horseshoe Revue salute and Limited Time Magic! For the 2013 Limited Time Magic promotion, Disneyland brought back the Golden Horseshoe Revue to Frontierland in a salute to the original show that debuted with the park in 1955. The limited run version of the show pays tribute to the original in a shorter version, around 20 minutes long, featuring a sampling of entertainment from the past. This is its debut performance on January 10, 2013 at 11:30am.
3 Jun 2013
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Visit http://www.InsideTheMagic.net for all our podcasts and more Disney and theme park fun! Big news this week includes details of Walt Disney World's announcement of MyMagic+ and the upcoming MagicBand as well as changes in leadership at Disney Parks on both United States coasts. Ricky reviews Frankenweenie on Blu-ray 3D. Then Jeremiah Daws takes us to Frontierland at Disneyland for the Golden Horseshoe Revue salute, part of Limited Time Magic. NOTE: Technical difficulties made portions of this week's podcast record in the incorrect aspect ratio, appearing squished vertically. This will be fixed next week.
3 Jun 2013
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Billy Hill & the Hillbillies, live at Disneyland, in the great outdoors, on the streets of Frontierland, in front of the Pioneer Mercantile shop, during the fall '06 Golden Horseshoe Saloon refurbishment, performing "Freight Train Boogie" by the Louvin Brothers Pt 1, daytime, 5pm set, CLIP 5, filmed on 06/25/06
19 Apr 2009
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California travel expert Veronica Hill and husband Jason Hill of Chef Tips share their guide to Disneyland California in this episode of "California Travel Tips." In this Disneyland video, we'll take you on a tour of the Disneyland Resort and share some of our favorite Disneyland tips with you. Try to buy your Disneyland tickets online so you don't have to hassle with the lines when you arrive. If you're staying in one of the Disneyland hotels, you can enjoy Magic Mornings, which allows early access into the park. If you live in Southern California, it's worth your while to buy the Disneyland annual pass instead of a Disneyland ticket. It pays for itself after only three visits. Disneyland Park is home to eight different lands spread across 85 acres. You can pick up a Disneyland map when you pass through the gates. Be sure to check out the most popular Disneyland rides first, as they usually have the longest lines. Always try to use the Disneyland Fastpass service. At the guest information board, you can find out about Disneyland character appearances, or the next Disneyland parade showtimes. Disneyland hours are extended during the summer until around midnight. Check their Web site for the daily schedule. In this video, Veronica and Jason check out Splash Mountain, Disneyland Matterhorn and the Disneyland Haunted Mansion, which takes on a whole new feeling during the Disneyland holiday. Other fun Disneyland Christmas attractions include Reindeer Roundup in Frontierland and the "Small World Holiday" in Fantasyland. One of the most fun Disneyland secrets are the Hidden Mickeys. We found two on the Pirates of the Caribbean during our Disneyland trip. Many Disneyland restaurants cater to special dietary needs, whether you're vegan, kosher or gluten free. Call ahead to Disneyland dining and they'll be happy to help you out. Most restaurants at Disneyland offer discounts to passholders. If you want a good spot to see the Disneyland Fireworks, grab a seat in front of the Disneyland Castle a few hours before showtime. One of our favorite Disneyland Tips. If your camera batteries go dead, take them to Main Street Photo Supply for a recharge. We hope you've enjoyed this quick Disneyland guide. For more Disneyland tips and Disneyland information, go to CaliforniaTravelExpert.com
12 May 2010
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Originally envisioned in the late 1950s as a walk-through wax museum featuring pirates from history, the attraction evolved into a boat ride through complex show scenes filled with Audio-Animatronics characters after the 1964 New York World's Fair, which brought about several advances in Disney's theme park technologies. Instead, humorous sketches of fictional pirates by Imagineer Marc Davis inspired the animatronic diorama seen throughout the final attraction. Opening on March 18, 1967, Pirates of the Caribbean was Disneyland's largest Audio-Animatronics project to date and was the last attraction Walt Disney was involved in designing. The portrait of the female pirate above the bar in the Crews Quarters scene is an original work by Davis. The pirate captain in the scene where captured women are auctioned as brides is a test bed for updates and developments to Audio-Animatronics technology; many innovations are tried on him first. As a result, his movements are far more lifelike and expressive than virtually any other Audio-Animatronics figure in all of Disneyland.disneyland disneyland disneyland disney's california adventure disney's california adventure adventureland tomorrowland fantasyland toontown magic kingdom animal epcot frontierland vintage retired yesterland old home movies great moments lincoln main street usa cinema star tours space mountain honey i shrunk the audience captain eo peoplemover mission to mars america sings innoventions skyway autopia carousel of progress matterhorn bobsleds alice in wonderland pinocchio's daring journey peter pan's flight snow white's scary adventure disneyland youtube poop circarama american journeys tokyo disneyseas
2 Oct 2010
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from Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. I played each unit one time to allow for YouTube's time limit. I must admit I did mess up the Frontierland bit, but don't worry about that. It was taken from Copland, which is hard. Comments are welcome!
25 Oct 2010
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At the time it was built, Splash Mountain was one of the most expensive projects created by Walt Disney Imagineering ($75 million). The Splash Mountain project was not originally approved, due to the cost. The Imagineers on the team mounted an internal publicity campaign, taking turns carrying large (4' x 6') artistic drawings of the project around the Imagineering offices and pitching the project (and its technical details) to anyone who would listen. This grass roots campaign succeeded in educating all of Imagineering, and most of the Disney executives, on the project. According to an Imagineer familiar with the project, the original design for the logs included a scooped front nose intended to move the water in front of the log, and to assist in slowing the log down during the final drop. During final testing of the ride, Disney president and CEO Michael Eisner convinced the Imagineers to let him and his son on the ride (over the Imagineers' collective objections). The scoop design had the side effect of throwing large amounts of water up in the air and onto the riders, and Eisner and his son came off the ride soaked. Michael commented to the Imagineers "Great ride, but you have to do something about the water". The log design was changed shortly afterwards. The audio-animatronic characters were adapted from the America Sings attraction in Disneyland Park's Tomorrowland that had run from 1974 through 1988, having replaced the Carousel of Progress after that show was moved to the Magic Kingdom Park at the Walt Disney World Resort in 1973. When America Sings closed in April 1988, according to Alice Davis, wife of the late Marc Davis, production of Disneyland's Splash Mountain had gone way over budget and the only way to recover was to close down America Sings and use the characters from that attraction.[1] The characters from America Sings were used in most parts of Splash Mountain, but some audio-animatronic figures in the earlier ride segments were specifically designed for the Splash Mountain ride story. When the ride was first put together, nearly all the animatronics were wired and put in place. Dave Feiten was then brought in to animate and fix story and staging problems. Feiten then moved nearly all of the animatronics to new locations and then took out 10 animatronic figures and removed them from the ride completely to improve the show. Originally the show scene "Sticky Situation," which portrays Br'er Rabbit stuck in honey, was planned to be the infamous Tar Baby scene from Song of the South. The scene was changed to avoid the same notorious racial controversies that have plagued the film.[citation needed] Like a number of Disney attractions, much of Splash Mountain takes place outside of park boundaries. Guests are kept oblivious to the transition between the visible Chickapin Hill and the warehouse-like show building that houses most of the experience, and clever landscaping within the park prevents guests from glimpsing the behind-the-scenes structures. disneyland disneyland disneyland disney's california adventure disney's california adventure adventureland tomorrowland fantasyland toontown magic kingdom animal epcot frontierland vintage retired yesterland old home movies great moments lincoln main street usa cinema star tours space mountain honey i shrunk the audience captain eo peoplemover mission to mars america sings innoventions skyway autopia carousel of progress matterhorn bobsleds alice in wonderland pinocchio's daring journey peter pan's flight snow white's scary adventure disneyland youtube poop circarama american journeys tokyo disneyseas
28 Nov 2010
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In 1961, handbills announcing a 1963 opening of the Haunted Mansion were given out at Disneyland's main entrance.[1] Construction began a year later, and the exterior was completed in 1963. The attraction was previewed in a 1965 episode of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color[1], but the attraction itself would not open until 1969. The six year delay owed heavily to Disney's involvement in the New York World's Fair in 1964--1965 and to an attraction redesign after Walt's death in 1966. Many Imagineers such as Marc Davis, X Atencio, and Claude Coats contributed ideas after the fair and after Ken left the project. Rolly Crump showed Walt some designs for his version showing bizarre things like coffin clocks, candle men, talking chairs, man eating plants, tiki like busts, living gypsy wagons, and a faced mirror. Walt liked this and wanted to make the proclaimed "Museum of the Weird" a restaurant side to the now named Haunted Mansion, similar to the Blue Bayou at Pirates of the Caribbean. Although the idea died off, most of it lived on in the final attraction. Marc Davis and Claude Coats were two of the mansion's main designers were in a constant argument over whether the ride should be scary or funny. Claude who had a life of a background artist made moody surroundings like endless hallways, corridor of doors, and characterless environments made a scary adventure. Marc who designed most of the characters and zany spooks, thought that the ride should be classic Disney silly and be full of gags. In the end both got their way when X. put all the scenes together in a world known script. After Walt's death in December of 1966, the project evolved significantly. The Museum of the Weird restaurant idea was abandoned, and the walkthrough idea was replaced by the Omnimover system used in Adventure Thru Inner Space, renamed the Doom Buggy, a promising solution to the problem of capacity. Imagineers had been fighting the low-capacity nature of a walkthrough attraction for years, even going as far as suggesting building two identical attractions to get double the number of guests through. One rumor for the change was that the original attraction had frightened a guest so badly that he died of a heart attack. Since the attraction was never implemented as a walkthrough experience, this rumor is clearly false. No guests have ever died of fright riding the Haunted Mansion.[1] Other rumors included a guest falling into a snake pit and Walt's family lived there and they just said it was haunted to keep people away and out. On August 9, 1969, the Disneyland version of the attraction was completed, and remained essentially unchanged for years. The opening brought in record crowds and helped Disney recover from Walt's untimely death. disneyland disneyland disneyland disney's california adventure disney's california adventure adventureland tomorrowland fantasyland toontown magic kingdom animal epcot frontierland vintage retired yesterland old home movies great moments lincoln main street usa cinema star tours space mountain honey i shrunk the audience captain eo peoplemover mission to mars america sings innoventions skyway autopia carousel of progress matterhorn bobsleds alice in wonderland pinocchio's daring journey peter pan's flight snow white's scary adventure disneyland youtube poop circarama american journeys tokyo disneyseas
18 Jul 2011
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Twilight Zone references- Rod Sterling's opening lines and appearance in the introduction video during the queue-- " Tonight's story on The Twilight Zone is somewhat unique and calls for a different kind of introduction. This, as you may recognize is a maintanence service elevator, still in operation (and) waiting for you. We invite you if you dare to step aboard because in tonight's episode, you are the star. And this elevator travels directly to...the Twilight Zone. " are directly lifted from the episode It's a Good Life. There is a display case in the exit hallway of the Tower Of Terror attraction at Disneyland that contains two items relating to the A Thing about Machines episode. One is a typewriter (with the GET OUT OF HERE FINCHLEY message); the card next to it reads "Almost Writes By Itself". There is also an electric razor; its card reads "Has A Long Cord - Can Follow You Everywhere". The queue at California Adventure features a reference to the Twilight Zone episode "Little Girl Lost." Chalk marks on the wall are in the same place they were in the episode when trying to find where the portal to find the girl was. This can be found in the upper level of the boiler room next to the attraction warning signage. Periodically the girls voice can be heard calling out for help from the wall and from the radios around the boiler room. Outside the libraries at DCA, in the glass case adjacent to the doors there is a gold thimble accompanied by a card that reads, "Looking for a gift for Mother? Find it in our Gift Shop!" This is a reference to the Twilight Zone episode "The After Hours" The floor indicator for each of the service elevators shows that the Hollywood Tower Hotel only has 12 floors, but the arrow moves past the 12 indicating a supposed 13th floor. This is another reference to "The After Hours", recalling the experience of the main character who was sent to the 9th floor of the department store that only had eight floors. One of the shafts at DCA (called Charlie shaft by its cast members) features the mirror scene below the hallway scene while the other two (Alpha and Bravo) feature it in the opposite position. This is because the engineering room (which contains all the computers that operate the attraction) is located behind the mirror scenes for Alpha and Bravo. Both of the elevator exit areas of the Florida ride contain a display featuring, among other things the ventriloquist dummy "Caesar" from the Twilight Zone episode "Caesar and Me." In the lobby of the hotel on a dusty couch sits Talky Tina from the Twilight Zone episode Living Doll, at California Adventure. In the library, the Mystic Seer machine from the episode Nick of Time can be seen sitting on the high shelf. At DCA, an envelope with the name Rod Serling can be found in both libraries, near the sliding wall, a reference to the episode "A World of His Own". In Library 1, it sticks out of the top of the green books. In library 2, it sits in front of the books. The green books contain titles of selected "Twilight Zone" episodes. Other books in the libraries are in various languages from around the world, including German and Danish. According to Imagineers[citation needed], the attraction at DCA contains no Hidden Mickeys. This is because Imagineers wanted to put more effort into references from the Twilight Zone. In Florida's queue just before the library, there is a board with white letters that announce various events scheduled at the hotel. Some of the letters have fallen to the bottom, and if you peer into the case, you can see that they spell out "EVIL TOWER U R DOOMED." These letters have since been removed. Several petitions on the Internet are active in hopes of returning the letters to the directory in the Florida lobby.[citation needed] The trumpet from A Passage for Trumpet can be seen in the display while exiting the libraries. As the ride comes to a stop in Florida the slot machine from the Twilight Zone episode The Fever can also be seen. disneyland disneyland disneyland disney's california adventure disney's california adventure adventureland tomorrowland fantasyland toontown magic kingdom animal epcot frontierland vintage retired yesterland old home movies great moments lincoln main street usa cinema star tours space mountain honey i shrunk the audience captain eo peoplemover mission to mars america sings innoventions skyway autopia carousel of progress matterhorn bobsleds alice in wonderland pinocchio's daring journey peter pan's flight snow white's scary adventure disneyland youtube poop circarama american journeys tokyo disneyseas
30 Jul 2011
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Become a Magic Kingdom Facebook fan at: http://www.facebook.com/AMagicKingdom or download this HD video (for free) to your iPad or Apple TV at: http://bit.ly/MagicKingdomVideos Disneyland California. Main Street USA (Railroad, Vehicles Street Party, Characters, Plaza Inn); Adventureland (Tiki Room, Jungle Cruise, Tarzans Treehouse); New Orleans (Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion); Frontierland (Thunder Mountain Railroad, Mark Twain Riverboat, Horseshoe Saloon); Critter Country (Winnie the Pooh, Spalsh Mountain); Tomorrowland (Autopia, Monorail, Nemo, Innovations). Disneyland California is owned by Walt Disney Company.who also owns the California Adventure and Walt "Disney World" Resort in Orlando, Florida. Disneyland rides include the "Tower of Terror", the "Haunted Mansion", "Splash Mountain", "Peter Pan" "Alice in Wonderland", and Disney Princess and are located in the "Magic Kingdom" theme park. Roller Coasters include "Space Mountain", "California Screamin", and the Matterhorn Bobsleds. Fantasmic is a fireworks. Disney Trivia: "Mickey Mouse" was created in 1928 by Walt Disney. "Gabriel Iglesias" has joked about his adventures at Disneyland. "Hannah Montana" is a television show on the Disney Channel. Michael Jackson starred in "Captain EO," at Disneyland "George Lopez" starred in the Wonderful World of Disney Christmas movie "Naughty or Nice". "Hannah Montana" California Screamin references the roller coaster at Disney's California Adventure in Anaheim, California Other nearby theme parks includes "Universal Studios" and "Six Flags".
17 Aug 2011
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The wildest ride in the wilderness...well, Anaheim at least. BTMRR is a great roller coaster ride in Frontierland. I am the videographer and copyright holder to this video. Please rate it and leave a comment as well. Thanks! - - RU
31 Oct 2011
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Subscribe for CONSTANT updates! Ride Space Mountain as it would have appeared before the major rehab for the 50th celebration. Ride shot with night vision. Space Mountain opened in 1977, invigorating a decade-old Tomorrowland as Disneyland's second roller coaster. The idea for Anaheim's ride originated in the mid 1960s, during Walt Disney's lifetime, as a way to energize the aging Tomorrowland. The project was shelved until the success of Space Mountain in Florida. After two years of construction, the $20 million complex opened May 27 including the roller coaster, 1,100-seat Space Stage, 670-seat Space Place (fast food restaurant) and Starcade.[2] Six Mercury astronauts attended Space Mountain's opening — Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper, Sen. John Glenn, Wally Schirra, Alan Shepard, and Deke Slayton.[1] Largely due in part to the opening of Space Mountain, the Memorial Day day attendance record was set, with 185,500 guests over the three-day period.[2] Space Mountain at Disneyland was designed by Bill Watkins of Walt Disney Imagineering. It was different from the WDW design because of space limitations. The attraction continued operating without much change: sponsors would come and go, and various minor changes, including the addition of a "Speedramp" (moving sidewalk) in the entrance, happened without fanfare. In 1995, FedEx became the official sponsor for the ride, sparking a number of significant alterations. The queue area was revamped with television monitors looping safety videos, the loading station had a new Audio-Animatronic robot FedEx worker, and other scenic areas were modeled to include FedEx trademarks.[2] In 1996, composer Aarin Richard and show producer Eddie Sotto teamed up to create the first on-board music track for a Disney roller coaster. The creative vision was to fuse two iconic musical forms of the 1960's — sci-fi horror music and surf music — into a sensory ride experience. All of the music written for the show is based on "Le Carnival Des Animaux: Aquarium" ( The Carnival of the Animals ), written by Camille Saint-Saëns. The first section of the ride's music is synthesized and entirely devoted to the sci-fi aspect as the rockets leave the station to begin their slow climb to the top. After the vehicles have crested, a rocking surf rendition of the piece kicks in as gravity pulls the vehicles down through the ride's interweaving turns, hills, and dips. (Guitarist Dick Dale was brought into the Disney Imagineering recording studio to play his famous surf guitar riffs for this section of the music.) As the rockets reenter the loading station, a brief musical finale concludes the experience with a soft, synthesized rendition of "Aquarium." In 1997, the exterior of the mountain was painted green and gold to match the recent facelift to Tomorrowland. In 2003, the mountain was painted white again.[2] The ride closed suddenly on April 10, 2003, with an announcement that it would remain closed until Disneyland's 50th anniversary. The ride had become unstable and would need a complete track replacement.[2] On June 25, 2005 Disneyland surprised its guests by announcing that the reopening of Space Mountain would open early on July 15, instead of the projected November date.[3][4] On July 15, 2005 (with "soft openings" starting 1 July), only two days before Disneyland's official 50th Anniversary, Space Mountain reopened from a major refurbishment that started in April, 2003. A re-opening ceremony was held that day which featured a guest speaker, Neil Armstrong, who received a plaque that day which said "Presented to Mr. Neil Armstrong for his courage and adventurous spirit that continues to inspire all mankind to reach for the stars". The plaque also features the Disney quote "It's kinda fun to do the impossible". The new Space Mountain features new rocket sleds, a new queue, new music (composed by Michael Giacchino), new special effects and a storyline. The completely rebuilt track is the exact same layout as originally designed by Walt Disney Imagineer Bill Watdisneyland disneyland disneyland disney's california adventure disney's california adventure adventureland tomorrowland fantasyland toontown magic kingdom animal epcot frontierland vintage retired yesterland old home movies great moments lincoln main street usa cinema star tours space mountain honey i shrunk the audience captain eo peoplemover mission to mars america sings innoventions skyway autopia carousel of progress matterhorn bobsleds alice in wonderland pinocchio's daring journey peter pan's flight snow white's scary adventure disneyland youtube poop circarama american journeys tokyo disneyseas
4 Nov 2011
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After the rise in popularity of Walt Disney's film adaptation of Winnie the Pooh, Disney Imagineers made plans in the late 1970s for a Winnie the Pooh attraction at Disneyland's soon-to-be renovated Fantasyland. However in 1983, when the renovated Fantasyland reopened, a Winnie the Pooh attraction was notably absent. the success of the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, plans were made for a new section of the park located behind Fantasyland. Called Mickey's Toontown, this section of the park would recreate the Toontown that was seen in the film. One of the rides that would have gone on the east side of this land was a Winnie the Pooh dark ride in which guests would ride in "spinnable" honey pots (much like the teacups in Fantasyland) through what was conceptualized as the best scenes from the three Winnie the Pooh featurettes. The ride fell through before it could be made, though, and the space that this ride was to have taken up and vehicle design of this ride were worked into Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin. Seven years later, during a period when the character was undergoing a resurgence in popularity, plans for a Winnie the Pooh attraction were approved at a different park: Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. That park's Fantasyland, much larger than the original Disneyland's, had the space to easily accommodate a new attraction. However, planners instead decided to utilize an existing structure, that of the Fantasyland attraction Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. When some fans found out that Mr. Toad's Wild Ride was being shuttered for a Pooh attraction, they protested against its closure, organizing mass ridings along with peaceful protests. Despite cries from fans, the Walt Disney Company went ahead with its plans and the first The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh attraction opened in June of 1999, proving popular with younger crowds. The only solution to complete the growing roster was to bring the Winnie the Pooh attraction to Disneyland. An original plan from the mid 1990s had an indoor and outdoor light boat ride featuring a Winnie the Pooh theme, which was shelved by 1999. So, a new dark ride was planned. However, Disneyland is the only resort of all five Disney Resorts to have little room for expansion. The only solution to open an attraction in the park was to utilize a current attraction. Fantasyland was ruled out because it contained the least amount of available space and because of the age of its buildings; park managers anticipated that the attraction would be popular and decided to place it in an area that could better accommodate the crowds. Critter Country, a small parcel between New Orleans Square and Frontierland was ultimately chosen, since Winnie the Pooh already had his own greeting area in that land. The area already featured two popular attractions, Splash Mountain and Country Bear Jamboree. The latter being the first attraction to open in the land (then Bear Country) in 1972. Imagineers chose to replace the Country Bear Playhouse with Pooh due to its lack of popularity, which would require major excavation for space and leveling for the ride. When news of the former attraction's demise broke, many fans were once more upset at the loss of another classic attraction and again sought to change the park managers' minds. However, then-managers Paul Pressler and Cynthia Harris, both unpopular with Disneyland enthusiasts, ignored this and continued. Pooh's dream: This part of the ride uses 2D animation - differing from the rest of the ride, to differentiate the dreaming.The budget for the attraction was set at a reported $30,000,000, most of it dedicated to reformatting the Country Bear Playhouse show building. When it finally opened in 2003, it received large promotions by park management and lines were somewhat long at first, but quickly dropped off. Its turnover rate with guests was low compared to older dark rides in Fantasyland. disneyland disneyland disneyland disney's california adventure disney's california adventure adventureland tomorrowland fantasyland toontown magic kingdom animal epcot frontierland vintage retired yesterland old home movies great moments lincoln main street usa cinema star tours space mountain honey i shrunk the audience captain eo peoplemover mission to mars america sings innoventions skyway autopia carousel of progress matterhorn bobsleds alice in wonderland pinocchio's daring journey peter pan's flight snow white's scary adventure disneyland youtube poop circarama american journeys tokyo disneyseas
5 Oct 2012
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NEW IMPROVED HD Ride-Through Video Now Available — Watch Here: http://youtu.be/kzlg0_di3iI By http://www.dlrpmagic.com : Phantom Manor, Frontierland, Disneyland Park at Disneyland Paris See this in better quality here: http://www.dlrpmagic.com/video/attractions/phantom-manor/
19 Nov 2012
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http://twitter.com/adamrucker http://twitter.com/ruckermore http://facebook.com/ruckitup http://ajruck.tumblr.com It's my favorite time of year at Disney Parks, Halloween Time at Disneyland! The park is decorated in its fall best, the characters are decked out in the Halloween costumes, and the weather is perfect! Come along as we experience the Haunted Mansion Nightmare Before Christmas style, the Frontierland petting zoo, the Happiest Haunts guided tour, the Storybook Land boat ride, and World of Color from a completely new perspective! COMMENT QUESTION: What's your favorite season to visit the Disney Parks? BONUS QUESTION: How many times do I say "Pretty Cool!" in this video?? MUSIC: "Sneaky Snitch" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com
1 May 2013
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