Disney History

Dive into the behind scenes of the Haunted Mansion with these behind the scenes photos from many years ago! As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the attraction, appreciating the detail and work that goes into creating the magic seems quite fitting. The photos below capture the figures throughout the mansion that are used to…

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[guestpost]Tony Sherg is fantastic artist that has created his own set of Disneyland posters. Today, he highlights all of his Tomorrowland posters and over the next couple of weeks he will highlight posters from every land. Be sure to follow our Facebook page or join our newsletter to see future sets of his work. [/guestpost] Hi there!…

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Disney knew that he would need help funding the development of his fantasy, Disneyland. Being the visionary he was, he looked to the next new frontier — television. He approached all three major networks with his proposal, but only ABC was willing to partner with him. Disney would produce a weekly family television program for…

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Some called him the painter of light, others just called him a good painter. Artist Thomas Kinkade passed away at 54 in his home in California. His works include many Disney and Disney Parks related works. His family says that he died of natural causes. “Thom provided a wonderful life for his family,” his wife,…

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Production began last week on location in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado on Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ epic adventure “The Lone Ranger.” The film reunites the filmmaking team of the first three “Pirates of the Caribbean” blockbusters—producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski—with Johnny Depp, who created Captain Jack Sparrow in his iconic,…

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It is a nice day in the Disney Parks, and you want to go ride some attractions, but when you get to the attraction you see that there is a very long line to ride it. That is okay, because if you have a Disney park ticket then you have access to a FastPass. What…

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