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Tiny Kline was the original Tinkerbell that flew over Disneyland before the fireworks (1961-1964). In 1932 she crossed Times Square in a unique way: Video was taken in 1932 and is 47 seconds long.
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We are creating videos for each Disneyland Attraction (excerpts from our Disneyland History USB Drive) and posting them on YouTube. We will do one per week. Here are the ones we have uploaded so far this month:
Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland
Columbia Sailing Ship Below Decks Museum
Frontierland Wrap Up 1960

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Price To Visit Disneyland And California Adventure Is Going Up

Posted: February 21, 2017

The price to visit Disneyland and Disney California Adventure - for either a day or with a year's pass - is going up again. Effective Sunday, it will cost $97 to go to one of the parks on Value days, the lowest-priced days of the year, up $2. A visit on a Regular day will be $110, while a Peak day will cost $124, both up $5. Tickets are more on days when demand would be higher. Parking is going to $20 from $18. Since 2000, a single-day admission price to Disneyland has tripled on Peak days, with ticket prices going up at least once a year since 2002. "Our pricing provides guests a range of options that allow us to better manage demand to maximize the guest experience and is reflective of the distinctly Disney offerings at all of our parks," said Suzi Brown, a Disneyland spokeswoman. Reaction to the announcement was swift on Saturday. "Four hundred dollars for a family of 3 to get into the gate (on peak days)," said Tony Diamante, 57, of Temecula. "I

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Fire In Disneyland Parking Structure Burns 8 Cars Injures 7 People And Prompts Evacuations

Posted: February 21, 2017

At least eight cars caught fire at a Disneyland parking structure Monday night, injuring park staffers, prompting some evacuations and causing nearly $180,000 in damage, authorities said. During the blaze, seven Disney employees suffered minor injuries from smoke inhalation, four of whom were taken to the hospital, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt, a spokesman for the Anaheim Police Department. No foul play is suspected, and the cause of the fire is under investigation. The fire was reported just before 4:40 p.m. on the second floor of the Mickey & Friends parking garage, a six-level structure off Disneyland Drive near the northwest corner of Disneyland Park, Wyatt said. The parking structure has floors named after Disney characters and provides about 10,000 parking spaces. By 5:35 p.m., the fire was extinguished. Four cars were destroyed and another four cars had major damage. A few other vehicles had minor damage, police said. Photos shared on social media showed

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Disneyland Just Changed Their Ticket Prices And You Are Not Going To Be Happy About It

Posted: February 21, 2017

Definitively proving that we live in a cruel world, Disneyland just upped their ticket prices. As of yesterday, tickets for each tier of the park's newish seasonal pricing system are as follows: * $97 for value days (up from $95) * $110 for regular days (up from $105) * $124 for peak days (up from $119) Pricing for certain annual passes was also adjusted: * $339 for Southern California Select Passport (up from $329) * $469 for the Southern California Passport (up from $459) * $619 for the Deluxe Pass (up from $599) Granted, most of these increases are incremental, but I think we can all see what's going on here. This has to be a classic boiling-frog-type-situation where they're easing us into the inevitable price hikes that will coincide with the unveiling of Star Wars Land (for which we now have a opening date). According to a statement, the increases are simply a case of supply and demand. "Our pricing provides guests a range of options that

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Teen Apprentice Who Painted Disneyland In 1955

Posted: February 21, 2017

Gary McLearn, 78, of Lake Havasu City, was a union painter's apprentice who helped prepare Disneyland's Main Street for the grand opening in July 1955. It was his junior year of high school in 1955, McLearn was 17 years old. A friend of the family was employed at the under-construction Disneyland, in Anaheim, Calif. It was a connection that landed McLearn a three-month apprentice painter's job. "I did a lot of sanding and cleaning brushes," McLearn said of his work at the happiest place on earth. "It was the union so it was very tight on who did what. We started on Main Street, went

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5 Most Underrated Things To Eat At Disneyland

Posted: February 21, 2017

Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, without a doubt. You get to meet your favorite characters, ride some fun rides, and eat some ridiculously delicious food. This isn't your standard theme park fare. Yes, there are still hot dogs, hamburgers, and french fries, but Disneyland has a great variety of eats to nosh on. You've heard of the Dole Whip and corn dogs, but there are some hidden gems just waiting for you to eat. This is a list of eats I think need a little more love. Is your stomach ready? Experience the most underrated eats at Disneyland. 1. Character caramel

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Adventure Awaits

Author: Cal Jones
Posted: February 11, 2017

When "Adventureland" was first conceived, it was to be based on Walt's award winning documentaries on Africa and Asia. "Jungle Cruise" was the star attraction until "Swiss Family Treehouse" opened in 1962. The inspiration for the "Jungle Cruise" includes the True-Life Adventure documentary, "The African Lion" and the film, "The African Queen" (the name for the Land was to be "True-Life Adventureland" for the aforementioned documentary). The task of creating a convincing jungle on a limited budget fell to Bill Evans, who did the landscaping for all of Disneyland and most of Walt Disney

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Disneyland Reveals Secret Menu Items

Posted: February 9, 2017

Disneyland reveals secret menu items The main features of Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, California, are the teacup rides and roller coasters, but what's a day of rides without some good eats? Disneyland has released the names of a number of its secret menu items from eateries across the park. Officials said the secret items on the confirmed list are made from ingredients that are already at the resort, but are served in new way. Resort officials would not provide descriptions of what's in each item. Here are the secret items and where they can be found in the

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Disneyland Just Opened An Ultra-Exclusive Dining Space Called 21 Royal

Posted: February 9, 2017

When Walt Disney was still tinkering with his plans for Disneyland, he and his wife Lillian envisioned a private family apartment hidden above the Pirates of the Caribbean ride where they could host prominent guests. Their plans were never fully realized-until now. Walt's designs for the space have been "faithfully and painstakingly recreated" as a private dining space called 21 Royal. The venue-which formerly housed the Disneyland Dream Suite-has been in the works since 2014, and the secret space just opened to the public-one party of up to 12 per night. Oh, and it costs $15,000. An

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Disney Wants To Make Theme Park Rides Controlled By Your Emotions

Posted: February 9, 2017

Disney has filed a patent for theme park rides that can be controlled by your emotions. Titled, 'Sensing and Managing Vehicle Behaviour Based on Occupant Awareness', the patent seeks to develop technology which can read the facial expressions of riders, determining their emotions and customising the experience around those emotions. Bored? Your vehicle may suddenly speed up, or start spinning like crazy. A little too excited? Then your vehicle can ease up a little, because imagine the utopia of a theme park with zero vomit. "The technology would allow rides to adjust show content appropriate for pre-teens, teenagers or adults; or for thrill-seeking and non thrill-seeking passengers," the patent reads "The control system may also operate the vehicle to address (e.g. even solve in some cases) motion sickness issues for passengers such as by adjusting speed or movement patterns of a vehicle." The patent describes changes to the ride experience could also be made

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Main Street Electrical Parade Back At Disneyland

Posted: January 29, 2017

The iconic Main Street Electrical Parade is back at Disneyland. Disney die-hards lined up to see the memorable sparkle Thursday night. Many said they couldn't wait to hear the music and see the floats. The parade hasn't been at Disneyland since 1996 and came back to the park after spending time at Walt Disney World. "So nostalgic. I remember this parade from many, many years. I hope it has the same sounds and I hope it has the same lights because that's what we're here for," Judy Bleknap, from Long Beach, said. The parade will be at Disneyland until June

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Disneyland Resort Closed Early Sunday But Rainy Days Still Best Days

Posted: January 29, 2017

Yes, it's true. Disneyland Resort was forced to close the theme parks early on Sunday, Jan. 22 due to the third of three powerful storms that howled across Orange County and southern California. The park was back open Monday. Citing weather conditions that did not allow staff to "provide guests with the best possible guest experience," Disneyland closed up shop at just after 8 p.m. Sunday. The parks do occasionally close early due to inclement weather, but it is

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9 Extinct Disneyland Attractions You Probably Never Knew Existed

Posted: January 29, 2017

Over 60 years ago, Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California. In the decades since, Walt Disney's original theme park vision has undergone changes both big and small. Rides, attractions, and entire swaths of land have sometimes been overhauled or torn down to make way for modern amusements. But thanks to documentaries and numerous Disney bloggers, we can still look back at some of the most iconic rides that are now only a memory. Keep reading for a look at nine extinct Disneyland attractions you probably never knew about. The Flying Saucers ride was only open for five years.

Attraction Update

Dream Suite
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Updated: February 9, 2017
Attraction Update

Mission To Mars
Poster
Updated: January 29, 2017
Attraction Update

Splash Mountain
Poster
Updated: January 8, 2017
Attraction Update

Jingle Cruise
Poster
Updated: January 8, 2017
Attraction Update

Haunted Mansion Holiday
Poster
Updated: January 8, 2017
Attraction Update

Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle
Poster
Updated: January 8, 2017
Restaurant Update

21 Royal
Poster
Updated: February 9, 2017
Restaurant Update

Space Bar
Poster
Updated: November 18, 2016
Restaurant Update

Casa Mexicana
Poster
Updated: September 28, 2016
Restaurant Update

Aunt Jemima's Kitchen
Poster
Updated: September 24, 2016
Restaurant Update

Carnation Cafe
Poster
Updated: August 29, 2016
Restaurant Update

Plaza Inn
Poster
Updated: August 29, 2016
Parade Update

Main Street Electrical Light Parade
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Updated: January 28, 2017
Parade Update

Candlelight Procession
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Updated: December 20, 2016
Parade Update

Opening Day Parade
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Updated: November 18, 2016
Parade Update

Hercules Victory Parade
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Updated: October 31, 2016
Parade Update

Frightfully Fun Parade
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Updated: September 7, 2016
Parade Update

Paint The Night Electrical Parade
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Updated: September 1, 2016
February Updates


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