…and other fascinating facts about Disneyland, the Happiest Place on Earth!
The theme park that began as a solitary Walt Disney stood in an empty weed-filled lot imagining the future finally opened to the public July 17th, 1955 spawning one of the most iconic experiences in the world. While times have changed since then, some parts of the park were too perfect to mess with, even 60 years later.
Walt Disney’s Little Known Obsession With Salvador Dali Comes To SF, Reveals Mysterious Side Of Disneyland’s Creator
“This will show an angle of Walt Disney that people don’t normally think of — he wasn’t just all about family-friendly stuff,” says filmmaker Ted Nicolaou, the exhibit’s curator. “He wasn’t dark, but he dealt in dreams and fantastical images. He was a man ready to experiment in any way possible.”
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Approaching its Diamond Anniversary, the Disneyland Resort celebrates 59 years…
This week, Jan talks Disney & Mary Poppin’s creator & the Lance Armstrong documentary
The daughter of Walt Disney, Diane Disney-Miller, died Tuesday at her home in Napa…