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Have you ever heard of the Jolly Holiday Attraction? Well it was an attraction that was developed by Tony Baxter. Sadly it was never built. This month we present a video of Tony Baxter talking about the attraction: Tony Baxter Takes You on a Jolly Holiday. Video was taken in 2016 and is 4 minutes long.
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We are creating videos for each Disneyland Attraction (excerpts from our DVD Box Set) and posting them on YouTube. We will do one per week. Here are the ones we have uploaded so far this month:
Santa Fe and Disneyland Railroad
Main Street Cinema
Grand Canyon Diorama
Horse-Drawn Street Cars
 
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Make Disneyland The Healthiest Place On Earth With These Cleaner Eating Hacks

Posted: September 27, 2016

And look, a full day at Disneyland can easily get you 20,000 to 30,000 steps on your Fitbit (my stint yesterday got me 27,000 - about 11 miles with 2,500 calories burned), so honestly, you don't need to worry about it too much, especially if this trip is a once-a-year treat to yourself. But if you really are trying to stay on course (or you have an annual pass!), there are some surprisingly healthier choices at this beloved theme park. Use this cheat sheet to eat leaner and lighter at Disneyland. Mickey Check meals. Designed for kids but great for anyone, the Mickey Check meals meet

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Heres What Disneylands Overnight Shift Workers Do After The Parks Close

Posted: September 27, 2016

When Disneyland closes for the night, members of its overnight shift are just arriving. Starting at 11:30 p.m., the third shift crew at the Disneyland Resort begins its nightly routine. Machinists inspect the rides, gardeners mow lawns and trim trees, and the custodial crew rolls out 150-foot-long fire hoses to wash everything down. "That's one of my favorite jobs here," said Anaheim resident Stacey Licher, 30, and mother of three. Five nights a week, Licher can be found around Disney California Adventure, hosing down the streets, cleaning inside rides and polishing all the

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Disneyland Considers Prohibiting Admission To Annual Passholders For Two Months Following Star Wars Land Opening

Posted: September 27, 2016

Disney has started surveying Disneyland and Disney World annual passholders about the possibility of adding a block-out period for a theme park for the first two months of a new attraction like the upcoming Star Wars Lands, Pandora: The World of Avatar, Toy Story Land or Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout. But will Disney add an AP block-out for Star Wars Land? A recent survey conducted by Disney Parks asked Annual Passholders how they would respond to a two-month blackout period following the opening of new theme park attractions. WFTV9 reports that in recent AP surveys

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Rivers Of Fun

Author: Cal Jones
Posted: September 18, 2016

The Rivers of America is as old as Disneyland, with the Mark Twain Riverboat as its only attraction (with the dry docks for refurbishments), though Mike Fink Keel Boats would open in December that same year. The Rivers and all green waters in the park are interconnected underground, allowing the water to naturally filter and de-stagnate the way a lake would. They act as a single body of water and prevent it from becoming foul like an abandoned pool. These tunnels also allow the aquatic life that ends up in the waters to go other places. Eggs get stuck to the bottom of ducks' feet and become

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Disneyland Preps For Halloween As 60th Anniversary Fades Away

Posted: September 16, 2016

The jack-o'-lanterns started magically appearing this week at Disneyland as the Halloween season grows near. At the same time, the 60th anniversary decorations were magically disappearing into Yesterland. The large "60" button on the front of Sleeping Beauty Castle was removed, as were most of the related decorations on the lamp posts on Main Street U.S.A. Other elements of the 15-month Diamond Anniversary celebration should be gone by the end of the week, including the diamond look on the turrets of the castle. Meanwhile, the Halloween Tree has sprouted jack-o'-lanterns in its

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Waltzing With Walt Disney

Posted: September 8, 2016

In 1965 the Orlando Sentinel sniffed out a story that Walt Disney was behind significant purchases of massive tracts of Central Florida land near Kissimmee, a cow town south of Orlando. Disney was able to keep this under the radar by using three "dummy" companies, none of which had the word "Disney" anywhere near their titles. Disney had chosen the site in 1963 and announced his plans in 1965, once the story had leaked. There had been rumors that NASA or the Rockefellers or even Howard Hughes were behind the big land buys. Orlando was a sleepy citrus town of 90,000, the county seat of the aptly-named Orange County. No one could have guessed that someday over 52 million people would be attracted to Walt's world...each year. Minot's Channel 10 (NBC) carried some ABC programming (as did Channel 13). One of the ABC shows was "Walt Disney Presents", which I watched faithfully as a kid. Mr. Disney loved to show us the newly-built Disneyland in Anaheim, California and his plans

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Take A Tour Of The Mary Poppins Disneyland Ride That Never Was

Posted: September 8, 2016

Famed Disney "Imagineer" Tony Baxter oversaw the construction of some of the most popular Disney theme park attractions, including Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Splash Mountain and Indiana Jones Adventure. But a ride that's particularly close to Baxter's heart is one that was never built. Baxter sat down with D23 director Kristin Rodack to talk about one of his earliest designs: a Mary Poppins-inspired ride named "Mary Poppins Jolly Holiday." And boy, is it supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. When Baxter was a student in college, he began designing a Disneyland attraction that

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One Free Thing Everyone Should Do When Visiting Disneyland For A Special Occasion

Posted: September 8, 2016

If you're heading to a Disney park for any type of celebration - birthday, anniversary, honeymoon - the first stop you make should be City Hall to pick up a free button. Many parkgoers don't know that visitors celebrating a special occasion can get free buttons to wear all day - and it makes the day way more magical. Disney parks are already designed to give visitors an elevated entertainment experience, but cast members (park staff) will go out of their way to do extra special things for anyone wearing a celebration button. When my now-husband and I were planning our honeymoon,

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Whats Really Inside The Castle At Disneyland

Posted: September 7, 2016

Sleeping Beauty's Castle is the centerpiece, the icon, and the symbol of Disneyland. Every Disney Park built since 1955 has a castle at the center, but only the original has a full-on storybook attraction inside those stone walls. A lot of people don't seem to notice it, so it feels kinda secret. The high style, midcentury gothic Sleeping Beauty Walkthrough is one of my favorite places in the park. When Disneyland first opened, knights on horseback gathered in front of the castle. They blew their horns, the drawbridge lowered, and a sea of children ran over the moat and through the

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New At Disneyland Frightfully Fun Parade

Posted: September 7, 2016

Mention the word "ballroom" at Disneyland Resort and just one place waltzes into mind: The Haunted Mansion, and its shadowy spectral center space, the one filled with the not-quite-there revelers dancing the night away (and, yes, giddily swinging from the chandelier, too). Disneyland's beloved ballroom ghosts have been relegated to the "Ear-ie" attraction since its opening 47 years ago, but they'll spring out, along with a few Hitchhiking Ghosts, when the planet's best-known theme park debuts a new spooky-flavored parade in time for Halloween Time at Disneyland Resort. There are a

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Ousted By Star Wars Disney Horses May Hoof It To Norco

Posted: September 1, 2016

With Darth Vader and company claiming their old ranch, Disneyland's horses may head to a new home not so far, far away ... in Horsetown USA. The Walt Disney Co. is proposing to build a horse training facility in Norco where it can prep animals for its Anaheim-based resort. Melissa Britt, communications manager for Disneyland Resort, said employees were notified late Wednesday about plans to relocate roughly 16 draft horses from a temporary home in Anaheim to 2961 Valley View Ave. in Norco. According to an application submitted to the city this month, the 5.3-acre site - dubbed

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Changes Coming Soon To Disneyland Park

Posted: September 1, 2016

There are two nightly opportunities to view the "Paint the Night" electrical parade: once as it slowly winds its way through Disneyland Park to where it concludes shortly beyond Disneyland City Hall, and then again as it returns after "Disneyland Forever." A great way to be in a good position to see and take photos of both the parade and the fireworks show begins by making your way to Main Street, USA early enough to watch the first "Paint the Night" parade. Ideally sit on the curb across the street from the "Penny Arcade," where you will find yourself directly beside the gigantic

Attraction Update

Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland
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Updated: September 24, 2016
Attraction Update

Pack Mules Through Nature's Wonderland
Poster
Updated: September 24, 2016
Attraction Update

Sleeping Beauty Castle
Poster
Updated: September 13, 2016
Attraction Update

Disneyland Stage Coach
Poster
Updated: September 10, 2016
Attraction Update

Golden Horseshoe Revue
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Updated: September 10, 2016
Attraction Update

Skyway
Poster
Updated: September 10, 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
Restaurant Update

Chicken Plantation Restaurant
Poster
Updated: August 11, 2016
Restaurant Update

Hills Bros Coffee Garden
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Updated: July 24, 2016
Restaurant Update

Sunkist Citrus House
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Updated: July 24, 2016
Parade Update

Frightfully Fun Parade
Poster
Updated: September 7, 2016
Parade Update

Paint The Night Electrical Parade
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Updated: September 1, 2016
Parade Update

Fantasy On Parade
Poster
Updated: March 27, 2016
Parade Update

A Very Merry Christmas Parade
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Updated: March 27, 2016
Parade Update

State Fair Parade
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Updated: March 27, 2016
Parade Update

Opening Day Parade
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Updated: May 30, 2015
September Updates


You can find all updates for September HERE
 
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