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1228.3 #173 Qual #164 March 30, 2015 9:54PM
πŸ”΄βšͺοΈπŸ”΅ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ One of my favorite memories from today. 😍 You can see by the body language how hesitant Hunter was to meet Captain America. After a few moments of conversation though, he helped him out with his "uniform" and vo  More...
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What a great memory!  Love this collage! - DisneyDavidEMT   2835.9 #61 3-30-15 9:57PM Like  Reply
Love this!! - RickChavez   3685.6 #50 3-30-15 10:00PM Like  Reply
So cute!  Great pics! - Sarafina   491.7 #501 4-8-15 10:08AM Like  Reply
So Great!!!!! - valj84DisneyDeppAddict   408.8 #637 4-8-15 10:44AM Like  Reply
4132.6 #45 Qual #23 March 24, 2015 11:58AM
Here's the best shot I've got of the #Eeyore sign thanks to @dlkenca and his flash light! #IndianaJones #Indy
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He carries a πŸ”¦?? - misschurro   9888.4 #12 3-24-15 12:19PM Like  Reply
Yup. My mini had me buy one specifically for this ride so we could see the sign. It pays to wait in line with a MWer. - DLKenCA  3615.1 #51 3-24-15 1:39PM
I wanna meet MWersπŸ˜‚ - misschurro  9888.4 #12 3-24-15 2:31PM
Bravo! Now I know where to look for it. - HasAnyoneSeenMyGlassSlipper   731.5 #327 3-24-15 12:24PM Like  Reply
Cool - Winnie111286   40208.2 #1 3-24-15 10:14PM Like  Reply
Never seen this! - MinnieMousewife   928.2 #242 3-24-15 10:40PM Like  Reply
13913.3 #8 DL Qual #7 February 22, 2015 2:36PM
Back again and rocking my new button πŸ˜›
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Happy Birthday. Tagged quality content? - E-Ticket   1784.7 #115 2-22-15 7:29PM Like(1)  Reply
yes - Dave   13913.3 #8 2-23-15 1:18PM
And some πŸ€πŸ’‹ - Sweet_Irish_Cream   4410.2 #43 2-22-15 2:37PM Like  Reply
πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰ - MinnieMousewife   928.2 #242 2-23-15 12:51PM Like  Reply
Happy bday pisces😁 - therealJackandSally   360.5 #0 2-23-15 12:51PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 November 18, 2014 6:14AM
Good Morning! This day in Disney history, November 18th: Mickey Mouse stars in Steamboat Willie and The Swiss Famil  More...
When I found out I shared a birthday with Mickey & Minnie I was pretty excited to say the least.  I was looking through a calendar my Mom had bought to see what day of the week my birthday fell on, you know, what kids do, lol, and low and behold, there it was.. β€œHappy Birthday Mickey Mouse”!  I was beyond excited.  I’ve always loved everything Disney and have been lucky enough to celebrate a few birthdays at the parks as an adult, including my 40th  (my profile pic), when Disneyland was having a big 80th celebration for the cute couple. It was awesome!  And wearing that birthday button on that day, I sure felt special. Thank you Walt and  ..Mickey & Minnie! - DisneylandOrBust   480.0 #0 11-18-14 11:39AM Like(2)  Reply
Awe! I could totally picture that whole story in my head as you were telling it! Thanks for sharing that with us and most of all To YOU! :) - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 11-19-14 7:18AM
- DLKenCA   3615.1 #51 11-18-14 6:43AM Like  Reply
- Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 11-19-14 7:19AM
Yay!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICKEY ❀️❀️❀️❀️ - PixiePirateMaid   355.6 #760 11-18-14 11:44PM Like  Reply
- Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 11-19-14 7:31AM
Happy Birthday Mickey!😘 - TinkerSchelle   2140.8 #91 11-19-14 12:31AM Like  Reply
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6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 August 29, 2013 9:44AM
Good morning! This day in Disney history, August 29th 1955: The Chicken of the Sea Pirate Ship Restaurant opened in Fantasyland!   More...
The first time my brother and I saw the Chicken of the Sea Ship we thought it was a ride we were so excited. We went rushing toward it and went inside only to find out it was a restaurant. The addition of Skull Rock made for excellent pictures. When they Built Peter Pan Pool at the Disneyland Hotel, I was so happy to see the past come to the present.  - Midasgold   633.3 #376 8-29-13 9:52AM Like(1)  Reply
Ha! Thanks for sharing those memories with us! Did you ever eat there? - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 8-29-13 11:13AM
I clearly remember seeing the ship and thinking "tuna? bleeeech 😝😷". Β It just didn't sound appetizing at all!!! Β I also remember Skull Rock Lagoon and still miss it today. Thanks for the waltz down memory lane. πŸ’ƒ - DisneyGrandma   891.8 #250 8-29-13 9:56AM Like(1)  Reply
Not a tuna fan eh DG? Lol  thank YOU for sharing!  - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 8-30-13 5:38AM
I don't remember it, but there are pictures of us with skull rock.  Not sure it would have been something I would have wanted to eat.  Thanks for the post! - AZDisney   610.5 #390 8-30-13 6:22AM Like  Reply
Good morning!  - LaPearleNoir   3144.8 #56 8-30-13 6:25AM Like  Reply
4262.3 #44 DL Qual #17 July 13, 2013 1:25AM
Sunset over Columbia & Mark Twain
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Unbelievably gorgeous!! - DisneyDavidEMT   2835.9 #61 7-13-13 1:43AM Like  Reply
Beautifully captured. πŸ‘ - mini_MINNIE   1173.3 #188 7-13-13 1:55AM Like  Reply
Sick!! - PrinceTeaJack   956.6 #237 7-13-13 11:24PM Like  Reply
Amazing! - msdizmaui   1102.3 #204 7-14-13 12:50AM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 March 28, 2013 6:33AM
Good morning! This day in Disney history, March 28th, 1929. The Mickey Mouse short, "The Opry House" directed by Walt Disney, is released. Mickey owns & performs @ his own theatre, going in drag as a harem girl, in a derby as a Hasidic  More...
I personalty don't like how relaxed Disney has become with the grooming of its Cast and that goes along with the costuming as well. Back in the 90s when I was there they use to send people home for their hair not being neat or side burns being to long, to much makeup, wrong color socks, the list goes on and on. I obviously have nothing against facial hair as I have it myself but think that they need to do a better job and making sure its cast is presentable on stage - Dave   13913.3 #8 3-28-13 1:03PM Like(15)  Reply
^^Agreed. - NotNKansasAnymor  283.8 #1174 3-28-13 1:12PM
When I worked in appearance coordination, I had to write up so many people. It really bit hard. - Butterlina  1653.3 #126 3-28-13 7:31PM
I remember as a castmember between 1987 to 1990, if you arrived "scruffy" before going on-stage, there were razors and shaving cream for sell in vending machines right next to cast-cutters (castmember barber shop). - BombFrogFormerCM   1187.6 #183 3-28-13 6:53AM Like(2)  Reply
😳 HA! Wow! Well, I guess that's better then sending you home for the day without pay?! Thank you for adding that. Always near to hear first hand from CMs! :) - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-28-13 7:06AM
They still have 'em. Now they also come with black and white socks and panty hose. - AWholeNewWorld  327.9 #872 3-28-13 8:48AM
Walt had a mustache - Plumiegirl   10907.8 #11 3-28-13 10:10PM Like  Reply
Truth. - GrumpyPirateDad  1960.8 #103 3-28-13 10:26PM
Yes, but it was well groomed. I would prefer clean shaven CMs, but I could make my peace with well groomed mustaches, but no goatees or beards, that's too much facial hair. - NotNKansasAnymor  283.8 #1174 3-28-13 10:32PM
I agree. I don't like facial hair on a man either. - coll   31.4 #6404 3-28-13 10:55PM Like  Reply
24659.6 #3 DL Qual #69 March 27, 2013 12:03PM
For anyone that wants a really unique dining experience you've got to try the Chef's Counter at Napa Rose. The Chef's Counter gives you great food and a truly entertaining evening. You put your dining choices in the hands of your chef. Yo  More...
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Just wanted to add that you're more then welcome to ask questions from any of the Chef's about about what and how they are preparing dishes. When we got there we saw them preparing beef tenderloins and racks of lamb. Admin was amazed at how they could tell doneness by look and feel, no thermometers are used here. The other great thing about sitting at the right station is that you also right in front of where all the yummy desserts are prepared and the freezer with all the sorbets and ice cream. - Coaster   24659.6 #3 3-27-13 3:29PM Like(4)  Reply
Great post Coaster! Thanks for treating us to this incredible experience -- the food was unreal, I tried things that I'd never had before, everything was layered with out-of-this-world flavor, and seeing them run the kitchen was like watching a Food Network show. The best part was getting to hang out with you and Lori. THANK YOU! - Admin   3-28-13 9:46AM Like(4)  Reply
Great review! Thanks for all this info... I see my Date night to be a must at this place! - MaliceInWonderland   38.0 #5803 3-27-13 3:52PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 March 7, 2013 9:14AM
Good morning! This day in Disney history, March 7th,1997. Pirates of the Caribbean reopens after being renovated. In its original form, the Disneyland attraction contained a scene in which pirates were shown chasing women in circles. Al  More...
My mom's favorite ride! She never saw the addition of Captain Jack but she did see the change that Lilsterner mentioned....and was not happy! Every time I ride POTC my thoughts turn to how much fun she had on it...the drops were as close to a thrill ride that she ever wanted to go on. I have to admit I usually get misty eyed riding it as I pretend she is sitting next to me. - Gia   802.2 #281 3-7-13 10:02AM Like(16)  Reply
Awe! Again with a super sweet story! πŸ˜‰ My favorite attraction as well! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-7-13 10:35AM
😊😊😘 - DisneyFanZoe  1249.3 #169 3-7-13 10:46AM
I miss the original scene with the women being chased. That was more realistic! When the change was made to chasing food I was surprised at the addition of the overweight woman chasing the ham. I thought it was funny that there was a change to be PC in one aspect but just became as stereotypical in another one. I miss the funny historical aspect of the original but I don't mind the addition of Jack, Barbosa, and Davey Jones. - LilSterner   5828.4 #26 3-7-13 9:22AM Like(4)  Reply
My thoughts exactly lol - rbeezy  703.0 #337 3-7-13 9:41AM
I also liked the women chasing the men and thought it weird at the time of why it was changed. It wasn't until I got older I realized why it was changed, I liked it the old way since that was just a pirates life to me! - pixiedreamer  231.5 #1739 3-7-13 9:50AM
The original just captured the "pirate life" it was a classic. It's sad how people let a ride offend them instead of enjoying it for what it was made for "fun" - justinschu4   39.3 #5716 3-7-13 9:47AM Like  Reply
Can never make everyone happy I suppose...::shrug:: - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-7-13 4:15PM
I will never understand the fascination with pirates in general. People do understand what a pirate is right? Murderer and thief and many other unmentionables. I mean why is it ok to have women tied up and auctioned off to the highest bidder but people thought those other things were offensive? - dolewhipkarlita   97.1 #3850 3-7-13 3:05PM Like  Reply
I don't think we think of that part of a pirate. But the freedom they had, the adventure! Treasure hunting, being on the open seas! We try and be positive, and look for the best in people. That includes pirates. - LilMissPixie84  309.5 #987 3-7-13 3:13PM
The pirates depicted in Disney's classic stories (like Peter Pan and Treasure Island) are shown as "bad guys", however these are kid stories. Adventure and freedom are emphasized over the more seedy side of piracy. Pirates of the Caribbean has been a wonderful and fun attraction for almost 50 years! Any kid will tell you how cool it is. - MyPark  1298.8 #163 3-7-13 3:43PM
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 March 3, 2013 8:43AM
Good morning! This day in Disney history, March 3rd, 1995. The Indiana Jones Adventure, Temple of the Forbidden Eye attraction officially opens in Disneyland's Adventureland. (Official attraction poster shown below). In attendance for the  More...
I got to ride this a week before the official opening at an overnight event (didn't know about soft openings or previews then so we thought we were pretty special). I was one of the first in line that night and we were escorted down Main St to the queue. My group rode the ride and loved it. As we were coming back to the loading area someone wasn't paying attention and my Jeep bumped the Jeep that had just finished loading (no joke). Smoke came out of the front of the Jeep I was in. They moved the Jeep out of the way, pulled the one I was in to the loading area and we got out. The ride was down for a bit after that. I remember people were so upset! Quite a memory to have. I can also remember waiting for hours during the summer for that ride and the line started on Main St. At least there was entertainment in the queue once you got into the temple. - LilSterner   5828.4 #26 3-3-13 11:44AM Like(8)  Reply
Lucky YOU! Ha! Wow! You'll never forget that one! You broke Indy! Lol - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-3-13 12:20PM
Nope. I can still see the smoke coming out of the hood and I can vaguely remember thinking "we're going to hit that Jeep" πŸ˜‚ - LilSterner  5828.4 #26 3-3-13 4:45PM
Hello , this is one of my favorite rides and yes it does have on of the longest queue lines ever for a Disney attraction. Indy is the only modern attraction that had a line snake all the was to main street other than the original star tours 1.0 this was before fasspasses existed and the wait time would be close to 6-10 hrs.This is a great ride but understand that with a lot of show elements this ride does go down a bit,remember it has a ton of stuff going on but they do a great job restarting it so please understand fellow mwr's. The vehicles are state of the art and a first for disney and the amusement park at the time it came out and the vehicle type is also used in dinosaur at wdw. The rolling ball has an incredible secrect ,but im not ruining it by saying what it is you can find this info on your own and hidden in the line is eyeore sign that everyone knows about and a time life magazine after the safety video room in the caged office and its highlighted with a magnifying glass is a vintage mickey mouse - pikaplaid   8122.4 #16 3-3-13 9:01AM Like(4)  Reply
What? - vincentchase1  672.9 #356 3-3-13 10:58AM
I want to know what you know. DM me if you want - Villescas8  607.0 #391 3-3-13 1:20PM
I just saw this now and I could've told guests this while I was in the Indy store this afternoon! Love the attraction and the storytelling behind it (its wayyyy better than WDW's Dinosaur too) - BaseballMickey   9156.0 #14 3-3-13 10:24PM Like  Reply
Awwwwwwwww! What a bummer! Oh well, there's always next year buddy. :) I agree! What?! You don't like the dinosaur? πŸ˜„ - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-3-13 10:34PM
The story in Dinosaur gets lost, but with Indy, it feels like you're in the film - BaseballMickey  9156.0 #14 3-3-13 10:39PM
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 March 15, 2013 2:54PM
Good afternoon! This day in Disney history, March 15th, 1991. Disney Afternoon Avenue, a colorful street of cartoon buildings located between It's a Small World & Videopolis, opens @ Disneyland. Here, you can have your map/passport stampe  More...
I miss my Disney afternoon toons!!!! - WaltSentMe   334.1 #834 3-15-13 3:00PM Like(1)  Reply
😩Me too! I loved duck tails! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-15-13 3:28PM
Woo Hoo Ooo - Villescas8  607.0 #391 3-15-13 3:31PM
Ohhhh thank you for posting this. I literally just commented on this today. How funny! Thank you SMK! - EpicDio   460.3 #550 3-15-13 2:55PM Like  Reply
So to answer your questions (LOL), I miss stuff like this. As a kid, this was so much fun. Yes, the attractions are amazing, but this gave us non-so-thrill-ride-please-don't-make-me-ride-that-again-i'm-going-to-cry kids a fabulous alternative to interact with the characters we watched every afternoon. - EpicDio  460.3 #550 3-15-13 2:56PM
Teehee, you're very welcome! "Not-so-thrill-ride-please-don't-make-me-ride-that-again-I'm-going-to-cry" πŸ˜‚πŸ‘ - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-15-13 3:18PM
didn't get a chance to experience that at disneyland, but I loved all the shows and watched them as soon as I got home, I miss those days - zombiesix   260.4 #1396 3-15-13 10:46PM Like  Reply
Amazing! !!! - DisneyFreak86   256.6 #1424 3-15-13 10:57PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 March 1, 2013 3:40PM
Good afternoon! This day in Disney history, Mar 1st, 1940. During a screening of "Bambi" after seeing the footage for the very 1st time, Walt Disney turned to the two animators, Frank Thomas & Milt Kahl (2 of walts 9 old men) w/tears   More...
This is a testament to how much Walt had a hand in his productions and how much he cared about them. Such a cool story SMK! Thank you again! - MyPark   1298.8 #163 3-1-13 3:51PM Like  Reply
😊 I agree MyPark! It was very interesting to read! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-1-13 4:15PM
By the way... Favorite quote.. "You can call me Flower... if you want to." - MyPark  1298.8 #163 3-1-13 4:39PM
what a great photo and compliment. I like when Bambi is learning to talk :) Thanks Duchess!! - misschurro   9888.4 #12 3-1-13 3:54PM Like  Reply
😘 special moment for those two men for sure! I bet they told that story to their grandkids! Oh! nice choice! Such a cute part of the film! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-1-13 9:10PM
Cool info. I must admit that I can't remember ever seeing Bambi. I bought it when the BluRay was released but haven't watched it. - LilSterner   5828.4 #26 3-1-13 9:04PM Like  Reply
::jumps in car:: I'll bring the popcorn!! You must watch it! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-1-13 9:11PM
Thanks for putting faces to the names SMK :) I just like the word twitterpated - E-Ticket   1784.7 #115 3-1-13 9:14PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 February 27, 2013 9:50AM
Good morning! This day in Disney history, Feb. 27th, 1941. "When You Wish Upon a Star" - written by Leigh Harline & Ned Washington (pictured below) for the Disney film Pinocchio, is awarded an Oscar for Best Song @ the 13th Academy Award  More...
You can hear it in the Pioncchio attraction, fireworks soundtrack, the Opera House, under the castle, the esplanade and the Toy Story bus loading area near Harbor blvd - BaseballMickey   9156.0 #14 2-27-13 9:57AM Like(7)  Reply
Overachiever! πŸ˜œπŸ˜‚ - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 2-27-13 10:17AM
No Duchess... Cast Member. :) - JRDrummer_CM  875.4 #255 2-27-13 12:15PM
One of my favorites. I have it set as my Mom's ringtone, because she's always been my biggest cheerleader. 😊😊 - DisneyFanZoe   1249.3 #169 2-27-13 10:29AM Like(3)  Reply
Thats cute. :) - madsdad  1868.2 #109 2-27-13 10:40AM
Awe! Sweetest thing I've heard in awhile! 😊Thanks for sharing that with us! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 2-27-13 12:05PM
i love the classic once apon a star as it represent childhood and innocence to me such a classic tone, my current fav though is Hawaiian roller coaster ride -lilo and stitch cause its a fun melody and always make me cheer - pikaplaid   8122.4 #16 2-27-13 12:33PM Like  Reply
Makes me wanna pick my arms up and say weeeee! Nice choice sir! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 2-27-13 5:35PM
"so this is love " gonna be my wedding song....if i ever get there lol - lorelaismom   15.8 #9248 2-27-13 12:44PM Like  Reply
Awwww! So romantic! πŸ’ - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 2-27-13 5:36PM
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 March 18, 2013 6:00AM
Good morning! This day in Disney history, March 18th,1967. The Pirates of the Caribbean attraction (my personal favorite) opens in New Orleans Square. The debut kicks off w/great excitement, as a group of surly sea-dogs, led by Wally Boag  More...
I don't remember my first ride on POTC, although I'm sure it was the year it opened (I was 10). It was my mother's favorite ride. She wouldn't do roller coaster type rides, or spinning, or drop rides. Yet she would giggle and scream during POTC's drops saying it was just perfect for her. The background story wasn't readily available, but my mom was a history teacher and used POTC to teach me about Lafitte, the era, and pirates in general. She knew the song by heart, and would softly sing it throughout the whole ride. Her last visit was in the Fall of 1997, but every time I go on it I can't help but think of her and how much she enjoyed it. It's not my absolute #1 favorite attraction, but it holds the most memories. - Gia   802.2 #281 3-18-13 2:26PM Like(12)  Reply
::kneels down at your feet with a blankie and hot cocoa:: I could listen to your wonderful stories all day! Thank you for sharing them with us. They add so much to these posts! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-18-13 5:24PM
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Oh, Duchess! I love sharing them and I look forward to your posts for the times I can! - Gia  802.2 #281 3-18-13 7:12PM
My first visit to DL was in 1973. My then boyfriend (now hubs) took me to the park on a very rainy Sat morn. First place we went was Pirates. When we exited it had stopped raining and the sun was shining on ROA. After riding Pirates and seeing this beautiful park shining I was so overcome with emotion I'll never forget it. That was the moment I fell in love with Disneyland. - DisneyGrandma   891.8 #250 3-18-13 9:20AM Like(6)  Reply
Awe, how romantic. πŸ’Thank you for sharing that with all of us! 😍 - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 3-18-13 10:00AM
This is my favorite ride, there is many things about it I love. The smell of the water when your in line, boarding the boats and the memories and excitement it brings. Most of all I love looking at the clouds move, over the whole attraction. - jakethecrazy   3.1 #40614 3-18-13 9:42PM Like  Reply
I taped many programs on the early Disney channel when they aired many of the WOC and other programs showcasing DL early days and have this debut on one of the VHS tapes. - splashphotoCM   885.6 #251 3-18-13 11:40PM Like  Reply
4410.2 #43 DL Qual #22 March 18, 2013 1:03PM
✈Condor Flatsβ›½: (Long, but worth the read!) I've been wanting to share some interesting information about the Condor Flats area of DCA with you all that I LOVED finding out! Hopefully it's new to some, as it was to me! : ) As usual   More...
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The engine in front of Soarin' (photo 5) is a replica of the SSME (Space Shuttle Main Engine) to continue on the the details info. - CM_Shadowgamer   2672.3 #66 3-18-13 1:14PM Like(1)  Reply
Yes! Thank you, I forgot to mention that. There was a bit to cover here. ; ) - Sweet_Irish_Cream  4410.2 #43 3-18-13 1:16PM
Enjoyed reading that. Thank you! πŸ‘πŸ˜Š - Tom   17297.4 #4 3-18-13 2:50PM Like(1)  Reply
I'm going to look at all hat with a new appreciation next visit. - Tom  17297.4 #4 3-18-13 2:51PM
Glad you enjoyed it!! Since learning this, it's made me look at the area differently and more closely as well, and just had to pass it along to everyone else. : ) Enjoy! - Sweet_Irish_Cream  4410.2 #43 3-18-13 3:00PM
I feel enlightened! Thank you so much for posting this SIC 😊 - JRDrummer_CM   875.4 #255 3-19-13 11:56AM Like  Reply
Awesome, thanks for the info! - VADERonSOARIN   543.0 #444 3-19-13 6:56PM Like  Reply
643.8 #370 DL Qual #521 March 16, 2013 1:37PM
#Tip: I've seen several posts about starting a pressed penny collection, and I thought I would offer a little friendly advice since I have some photo examples. First, choose only pre-1982 pennies. These are made of copper and when pres  More...
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Thanks! Great tip! I love them shiny...but the wreck it Ralph is kinda purdy too (just not with the shiny guys!) - TinkerSchelle   2140.8 #91 3-16-13 3:37PM Like(1)  Reply
Agreed :) - eviljules  1760.1 #118 3-16-13 3:38PM
Great info thanks for posting! - Admin   3-16-13 5:09PM Like(1)  Reply
Wow! Thank you, my son just started collecting during our last trip in April! - BombFrogFormerCM   1187.6 #183 7-15-13 1:58PM Like  Reply
24659.6 #3 DL Qual #69 March 3, 2013 5:53PM
Weathervanes, toppers and a hidden Mickey. Do you know where they are located?
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The top left one is at Jack in the Box - Villescas8   607.0 #391 3-3-13 7:35PM Like(2)  Reply
Beat me to it - Slotherini  1079.8 #212 3-3-13 7:49PM
Thought the same thing first time I saw it - Coaster  24659.6 #3 3-3-13 7:52PM
No one? - Coaster   24659.6 #3 3-3-13 7:19PM Like  Reply
Shameless bump - friendlymouse   728.0 #328 5-7-13 7:40PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 February 23, 2013 1:34PM
Good afternoon! This day in Disney history Feb. 23rd, 1940. "Pinocchio" (based on the 19th century book by Carlo Collodi) Is generally released. Filmed in multiplane technicolor, It has cost a staggering $2.6 million to make. Disney onl  More...
Such a great classic! I also think that the attraction tells the story well. When he becomes a real boy, he is so darling. - misschurro   9888.4 #12 2-23-13 1:38PM Like(2)  Reply
Oh, I also like the scene with all the clocks - misschurro  9888.4 #12 2-23-13 1:48PM
My kiddos love this attraction at the parks as well! Good choice on a favorite part churro! ✨ - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 2-23-13 1:49PM
This is absolutely a classic (as Churro rightly stated)! Also might I add that this film received 2 oscars: Best Original Score and Best Original Song for the world famous song, "When You Wish Upon a Star" I always loved this movie from early childhood. I did not know this was considered to be the "most technically perfect film" but I can see why. For its time, the animation is genius.. blending mechanical and human behavior perfectly. Even the animals are drawn with such accuaracy.. .if you watch Figaro, Geppetto's cat, see how soft and gently the movements are and try to remember... this is just a drawing... I bet you can't. My favorite part is when the Blue Fairy comes. I have such a crush on her! Thank you SMK for this all time classic Disney History and for sharing a movie we all love! - MyPark   1298.8 #163 2-23-13 3:02PM Like(2)  Reply
Such a great description of Pinocchio! It would be awesome if they had the Blue Fairy character come out with Pinocchio at Disneyland. - kss4tink   218.0 #1914 2-23-13 3:06PM Like  Reply
Ooops, this was meant as a reply under MyPark's comment. - kss4tink  218.0 #1914 2-23-13 3:26PM
😳 I'm confused with the date but, this is probably my favorite Disney movie. And my favorite part is when Stromboli finds a washer in his stack of coins, bites it and cusses up a storm (which is not in Italian). Then he gently and politely offers it to Pinocchio and Pinocchio happily accepts it. -   1661.5 #125 2-23-13 4:33PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 February 22, 2013 1:54PM
Good afternoon! This day in Disney history, Feb. 22nd, 1964. The Below Decks Museum attraction is added to the Sailing Ship Columbia. It shows what life was like for the 1787 crew. In addition to the galley, pantry, dry stores, and sick   More...
You are so awesome! I know it must be time consuming to find all this great historical facts for us. Yet you do it every day! You, my dear, are such a fabulous part of the MW family!!😘😘 - RCmom   5235.3 #30 2-22-13 4:39PM Like(3)  Reply
Couldn't agree more! - MacaronMerida  4738.9 #39 2-22-13 4:45PM
It's a relatively little known gem of the park! I've been on the Sailing Ship Columbia several times and have explored the lower decks. Tons of things to see! Also, it was quite a feat to bring the ship to the park... But that's another History post. Thank you SMK for sharing these treasures of history! - MyPark   1298.8 #163 2-22-13 3:01PM Like(2)  Reply
I think you are so right! A true gem! Thank YOU sir! - Duchess_SMK  6632.8 #23 2-22-13 3:37PM
A few trips ago Michael and I rode the Columbia and we stumbled upon the below decks and found it super cool! - CourtyAstroBlisters   848.6 #265 2-22-13 4:42PM Like  Reply
We have many times - MarshaMouse   5058.1 #35 2-22-13 4:54PM Like  Reply
6632.8 #23 DL Qual #9 February 20, 2013 12:51PM
Good afternoon! This day in Disney history, Feb 20th, 1986. WED, (Walter Elias Disney) Enterprises, becomes "Walt disney Imagineering". WED was 1st created in December 1952 to oversee the design of Disneyland. The term "Imagineering" is   More...
"Imagineering" is such the quintessential Disney term!! I love that word. Disneyland has so much Imagineering everywhere, from attractions to hidden Mickeys! One of the best examples of this is Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, where the "tiki room birds sing every day!" Over 200 animatronic birds, flowers, and tikis. What an awesome attraction where Imagineers made inventions! Thank you SMK! This is such a huge part of Disney!! You're awesome!!! - MyPark   1298.8 #163 2-20-13 1:21PM Like(2)  Reply
Wow, 140 different job titles! That's amazing, such talented people. Thanks for sharing Duchess! 😊 - MinnieMousewife   928.2 #242 2-20-13 8:01PM Like(1)  Reply
Thank you, Duchess! I love all the new Disney history I learn from you. - MacaronMerida   4738.9 #39 2-20-13 1:18PM Like  Reply
Thanks!! Such a fantastic word! - misschurro   9888.4 #12 2-20-13 2:27PM Like  Reply