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Today marks the 52nd anniversary of one of the most iconic attractions in Disneyland, Pirates of the Caribbean. This is an over sixteen-minute dark-ride, in a boat, through a gallery of animatronic pirates. This was the largest Audio-Animatronic attraction ever created and still ranks among the largest today. It was set in the 1800s in the West...
Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! I watched Disney’s Darby O’Gill and the Little People (1959) last night and I thought about writing this article about the little leprechaun that lives in Disneyland. Have you ever heard the tale of The Little Man of Disneyland?...
Gina was interviewed on a different type of podcast. This podcast is The Civil Engineering Podcast. Gina talks about how she went from gymnastics to being an aerialist in the circus, flying high over Disneyland, and then into Public Assistance/FEMA as a Program Delivery Manager for Jacobs where she met and works...
Today marks the 25 year anniversary of the passing of one of comedy’s greatest actors, John Candy (October 31, 1950-March 4, 1994). John had 66 acting credits to his name before his passing. He was actually in Mexico filming the movie Wagons East (1994) when he died of a heart attack. You might recognize him from films...
This fun fact was one of the original, and most shared, fun facts that I heard which sparked my interest in Disneyland history. There is a half basketball court in the top of the mountain. Rumor has it that the reason they built a basketball court in the top of the mountain was that, back in...