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Hey, I have nightmares about that dancing cake!!!Awesome ticket! I love all things 1965 (the year I was born!)... I wonder what the "Press Credentials" looked like?Fun Stuff - THANKS!!!!
Cool ticket!One of the things that drives me crazy about those vintage Disneyland themed TV shows is that they usually spend 10 or 15 minutes on a parade or dance routine (which range from mildly entertaining to yawn-inducing), and then often show repeated footage of the entire "It's a Small World" ride. I guess the cost-cutting was too great to resist?
Major, you've hit on a deep dark secret of mine. I find a lot of the Disneyland TV programs to be.....boring. The early ones less so because the footage was fresh, but by the mid-60's, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Jedblau,Wow--I don't remember those, but that's the event I attended as a kid.Jedblau, what's your email address? I scanned our "official" family photo of that day and tried to get a decent scan of our press party badges/credentials.
Jed, not to belabor the subject, but years ago, somebody gave me a bunch of "Vault Disney" episodes that he had taped off of TV, all Disneyland related shows (many not available on DVD yet). I saw so much repeated footage, it was ridiculous (like a POV ride on the Matterhorn, which is awesome at first, but by the third time....yeesh).Newer shows from the 80's, with stars like Tony Danza or whoever, are unwatchable!!
Olddisneylandfan -You can write me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
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