Saturday, July 30, 2011

[Rare] Louis Prima - Jungle Book [Exclusive Footage]

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Tourist Channel Orlando [Complete TV Show]

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Sunday, July 24, 2011

A Look Back: New Orleans Square Officially Opens

The footage you are about to see is bittersweet. It shows one of the last times Walt was on film enjoying his park. The day was July 24, 1966 (Walt died later that year). Walt and New Orleans Mayor Victor Schiro officially opened New Orleans Square. It was the first time since opening day in 1955 that a new land had opened. It was also the only area at the park named after a real city. Guests enjoyed shopping, dining and music, and Pirates of the Caribbean opened the following year.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Unwrapped Walt Disney World [Food Network Complete TV Show]

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A food lover story at the Walt Disney World Resort. Let's travel together to the four corners of Disney tasting everything.

This particular special talks about the secrets and stories that go into creating the food at the Walt Disney World Resort every day. Hosted by Marc Summers and shown on Food Network.

Ever wonder how those Mickey Mouse ice creams are made? What it takes to cater a fairy tale wedding at Cinderella's castle? Come along as Marc Summers takes you behind-the-scenes to one of the most loved places on earth.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Celebrating Walt's Dream

Celebrating Walt’s Dream 56 Years Later

posted at the Official Disney Parks Blog by Valarie Sukovaty, Disneyland Public Relations

“To all who come to this happy place … Welcome!”

July 17, 1955 – That’s the day Walt Disney opened the gates to Disneyland park. Now, here we are, 56 years later still celebrating his amazing dream. I remember celebrating the 50th Anniversary. I had just began my job a few months before in public relations and was assigned to produce some podcasts for the celebration. My all-time favorite in my 18-year career as a producer is the historical piece you are about to see. I love the vintage footage with Art Linkletter hosting a live broadcast with Ronald Regan at the grand opening – the official opening day for guests was the next day. A-listers like Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr., can be seen taking a drive in the Autopia cars. Only 15,000 guests were invited to the “invitation only” event, but 28,000 showed up! The lines were long and the day was hot, and not everyone thought this new Park would be a success, but it didn’t matter. The guests loved it and Disneyland park forever changed how Americans vacationed.

I hope you enjoy this video. It was originally released on in 2005. It not only entertains you with clips from opening day, but shows construction of Disneyland park and some old footage of some pretty important people who visited. Watch how Disneyland park evolved from Walt’s dream of a place “where the parents and children could have fun together” to an additional four Resorts around the world and a world-famous cruise line.

- Valarie Sukovaty

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Sleeping Beauty Castle Time Lapse Video

posted at the Official Disney Parks Blog on March 16th, 2011 by Shannon Swanson, Senior Publicist, Disneyland Resort

Any cast member who’s had the opportunity to be at the Disneyland Resort during the wee hours of the morning would agree it is truly a magical time to be in the parks. With daylight savings time occurring this week, I thought it was fitting to start this series of videos: “Disneyland Resort at Dawn,” where I will highlight my favorite areas of the Resort at daybreak using “nat sound” or natural sound.

This video was shot in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle continuously from 6:30 a.m. until 8:00 a.m., before we moved the clocks forward. The shoot went a bit longer than expected because it was overcast that day. I was surprised to hear so many birds singing before sunlight!

Look for more videos showing this mystical part of the morning at the Disneyland Resort. Up next…Mickey’s Toontown!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Take a Tilt-Shift Trip to Disneyland Paris

posted at the Official Disney Parks Blog on March 16th, 2011 by Jennifer Fickley-Baker, Social Media Manager

Today marks the ninth anniversary of Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris in Marne-la-Vallée, France. And what better way to celebrate than to share a day at the park with all of our Disney Parks Blog readers?

Pack your bags and get ready to enjoy a whirlwind trip via our new tilt-shift video, “A Magical Day at Disneyland Paris,” and see just about everything Walt Disney Studios Park and Disneyland Park has to offer.

Tilt-shift videos like these use different photo angles, focus settings and color saturation adjustments to make the subject of a photo appear miniature.

It took more than seven months and 4,000 photographs to produce this 2:38-minute clip.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The Walt Disney Archives Photo Library

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-Take a look at some rare images from Walt's life and more!

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Teri Hatcher - From 'Coach' to Couture at Walt Disney World

Teri Hatcher, from ABC's "Desperate Housewives" gives a special person in her life, a day of pampering and beauty at the Walt Disney World Resort.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Terri Hatcher's First Walt Disney World Memory

Teri Hatcher, from ABC's "Desperate Housewives" talks about her first trip to Walt Disney World, and why Disney Parks are the most magical place on earth.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Air Force Thunderbirds Fly Over Walt Disney World

Highlights of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds flying over Main Street U.S.A. and Cinderella Castle to commemorate the start of "Air Force Week" in Central Florida. The jets made the special flight over Magic Kingdom Park during a celebration of "Hometown Heroes" that included honoring dignitaries at our Celebrate a Dream Come True parade.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Tinker Bell’s Nighttime Flight Turns 26

Today is the 26th anniversary of Tinker Bell’s pre-fireworks flight

Click Here to read an article about the 1st Disneyland's Fireworks

After Magic Kingdom Park opened in 1971, many guests asked when and where they could see Tinker Bell take flight. At the time, Tinker Bell had been flying over Disneyland Park in California since the summer of 1961, coasting through the skies from the top of the Matterhorn and over Sleeping Beauty Castle, preceding the park’s Fantasy in the Sky fireworks show. But, she had yet to make an appearance in Florida.

It wasn’t until 1985 that guests at the Walt Disney World Resort finally got their wish and it was announced that Tinker Bell would perform her first flight at Magic Kingdom Park. The guest response was immediate and a crowd of more than 60,000 showed up to watch the fairy’s inaugural flight July 3, 1985.

Originally planned as a seasonal and holiday spectacle for our theme park, the response was so positive that Tinker Bell’s flight turned into a nightly event that continues to this day.

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