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March 03, 2005

Hidden Disneys

Walt_disney “Modern Drunkard Magazine” visits Club 33: Disneyland is billed as The Happiest Place on Earth; and it’s happier still when you’ve had a bottle or two of fine wine

Disney Attractions. Audio and Video of Disney Theme Park Attractions & Parades. A huge collection. Also, Snapshots of the past

Theme Park Maps!

Der Fuehrer’s Face , a.k.a.: "Donald Duck in Nutzi Land"

Family trees. Studies on the genealogy of the main Disney characters

Hidden Mickeys started out as inside jokes among the Walt Disney Imagineers. A Hidden Mickey is an image of Mickey Mouse concealed in the design of a Disney attraction (ride, resort, etc...). Originally, it took the shape of a head and ears silhouette, , i.e. one large circle with two smaller circled on top in the appropriate place, but Hidden Mickeys can take on many forms

Bambi and Donald Duck Handkerchiefs and Disneyland Magazine. (From Antiques Mall Ephemera collectors)

Disney Fonts

Skankin’ Mouse Music. Thomas P. Struijke, a ska musician from the Netherlands, plays ska versions of Disney tunes

Walt Disney in the 1930 Census

“Song of Freedom”. Robin Williams Disney Riff. (From ”Boing Boing” Disney posts)

A Tribute to Frank Thomas

In 1967, one of the original Mad Magazine illustrators, Wally Wood, published this x-rated poster, Disneyland Memorial Orgy

The NFFC, The Club for Disneyana Enthusiasts, is an international, non-profit organization committed to preserving and sharing the rich legacy of Walt Disney

MKT 3000’s Disney photos

Many More Unusual Disneyland Links Here

Today’s “Blog Of The Day” is “Happy Furry Puppy Story Time with Norbizness”. I finally made a little Linking Icon the “winner” can stick on their site, if they wish. (Thank you, Presurfer, for using this little yellow thingy on your site)

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