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Disney Springs and Orange Bird references at Florida Fresh http://t.co/dFhIv1PgM6

What mode of Walt Disney World transportation do you enjoy taking the most? http://t.co/j4DrdPNqmg

The Wizard Of Speed And Time Wizard Song

RT @Progressland: new contender for my favorite cart design - Big Thunder Ranch circa. 1980s. http://t.co/KklAH6Mmg9

Beautiful. RT @autogatos: Finally able to post my finished piece for the Don Bluth Tribute Show at @alilknownshop! http://t.co/e1t70J9gPq

Explore the history and marvel at the mystery of Disney's Haunted Mansion attractions!

Myths and Legends<p>The Bride in the Attic: A Riddle, Veiled in an Enigma<p>As you may know, Phantom Manor bases its storyline on the unfortunate fate of a …

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Where do you like to eat in Animal Kingdom?

The Wonderful World of Disney title cel (Walt Disney, 1969). The long running Wonderful World of Color introduced Ludwig Von Drake, who was voiced by Paul Frees.

A favorite photo of Walt in Disneyland

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Its SO time for some fantasy !!! … so howazabout Disneyland's Fantasyland !!! … ala 1959 !!! …

RT @hatetofly: Old school Disney (MGM) Studios park construction photos #DisneyWorld #StarWars #Disney #DisneyParks http://t.co/WNKYvYdTP9

Horizons closed on this day back in 1999. http://t.co/ir1HDvvoWM

Working on an edit of the last time I saw the waterfall feature. It's crazy to compare the scale of the footprint. http://t.co/NodiD9UYPM

RT @Tarihc78: Epcot Center's Mt Fuji thrill ride attraction that was planned for World Showcase many years ago. http://t.co/SqkQ7YPK3z

RT @Tarihc78: That would've been cool if they had guest board the bullet train simulator & "travel" to the the Mt. Fuji attraction. http://t.co/9tIZFqpVjh

“Enchanted Christmas” at Disneyland Paris Photo Trip Report

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information.<p>9 Shares<p>A trip to a Disney theme park is always an exciting …

Welcome to Tomorrowland, April 1968

Hailed today as Tomorrowland at its best, this area of the park is seen at its peak in this April 1968 photo. One shot has it all, from guests …

Africa Expansion Announced for Animal Kingdom, New "Harambe Marketplace" Counter Service Restaurant Coming in 2015 - WDW News Today

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information.<p>In the midst of all of the work happening at Disney’s Animal …

Crock Pot Christmas Crack

14<p>By Angie Webb <br>@angwebb3<p>This is one of the easiest recipes that I make during the holiday season and everyone LOVES it! Be careful though... like a …

On Sept 24, 1961, Walt Disney observed “The world we live in would look pretty dull if Mother Nature used a black and white palette.” But up until this point, all of Disney’s television shows – including Disneyland, which would become Walt Disney Presents – had been filmed in black and white. However, this week in Disney history, Walt Disney Presents aired for the first time as Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color – in color! The popular television series has aired under many monikers over the years, from the original Disneyland in 1954 to the current The Magical World of Disney Junior. Originally designed as a way to raise money for Walt’s dream theme park, the Disneyland series was a hit right from the start. It won an award for Best Variety Series in its first season, and in its second season Walt Disney brought home the award for Best Producer of a Filmed Series. The show was also responsible for the explosion of interest in Davy Crockett after the three-part miniseries aired (two more installments would air later). Still a family-favorite 60 years later, The Magical World of Disney claims the distinction of being one of television’s longest running series. In its incarnation in the 1960s, Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color aired in color for the first time. Sponsored by RCA Victor, the show – at least partially – served to support the idea of color televisions. Appropriately, the show featured a segment titled “An Adventure in Color,” hosted by everyone’s favorite know-it-all (and my hero), Professor Ludwig Von Drake. Described by Walt Disney as “the famous lecturer, psychologist, philosopher, and authority on most anything you care to mention,” Von Drake’s appearance – and subsequent popularity – marked the first (and only) time Disney created a major animated character specifically for a television show. In his debut “lecture,” Von Drake explores the mechanics behind the color spectrum, even breaking into the “The Spectrum Song,” penned by none other than the Sherman brothers, to help explain his point. Voiced by Paul Frees (which Disneyland and Walt Disney World fans will recognize as the voice of the Haunted Mansion‘s Ghost Host), Von Drake appeared frequently in the Wonderful World of Color series, several comics, and featured prominently in multiple cartoon series, including DuckTales, Quack Pack, House of Mouse, and many television specials. Frees was fond on Von Drake, stating “Walt Disney gave me a lot of liberty in portraying the Professor, and I’ve made him more personal than any of my other characters. … The Professor is bright, good-natured, has a sense of humor, and is marvelously absent-minded at times. But, he has character. He is always driving at something, and he is not beyond scolding you for lack of attention.” Much of Von Drake’s lovably eccentric personality came from Frees: “When we have a story conference, the writers toss questions and situations at me. I ad-lib on tape and it’s incorporated into the script. … His complete knowledge in every avenue helps bring a little culture to television.” Von Drake even recorded his own LP, released in 1961 by Disneyland Records, that includes such gems as “Professor Ludwig Von Drake Discourse: All About Sound Recording” and one of my favorites, “An Operatic Version of a Theme from ‘Cinderella’.” (An electronic version of the LP, simply titled Professor Ludwig Von Drake, can be purchased on iTunes.) The running gag throughout Von Drake’s many appearances is that he has degrees in nearly everything anyone asks him about – the more obscure the subject is, the more likely he has a degree in it. (He usually has the costume to go with the subject, too.) Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color ran under that title from Sept 1961 through Sept 1969. Unfortunately, a little over halfway through its run Walt Disney passed away (in 1966). Disney had already filmed the introductions for the rest of the current season, though, and so those prerecorded introductory sequences were still used. The show was eventually renamed The Wonderful World of Disney in September 1969 and excluded the introductory host segment. While the show changed names over the years, none of the magic was ever lost. The various incarnations of Disneyland / Walt Disney Presents / The Wonderful World of Color / The Magical World of Disney has delighted audiences and brought the magic of Disney into our living rooms for over 60 years. Here’s to 60 more! http://www.celebrationspress.com/blog/movies/week-disney-history-ludwig-von-drake-debuts-first-wonderful-world-color-episode/

Hmmmm.. RT @DLthings: I need to get to Tokyo Disney before it gets tampered with.. Frozen replace “small world”?? http://t.co/pXpqW2hvIf

Vintage Walt Disney World: Happy Boss’s Day!

He’s a mouse. He’s the leader of the club. And, he just happens to be my boss. Happy Boss’s Day, Mickey Mouse! Here’s the Big Cheese himself arriving …


Good Morning, Make it a Magical Day! http://t.co/vX4FsPgrGw

What's your favorite boat ride at Walt Disney World? http://t.co/EGsPVzgXwf