The 10,000th performance of Disneyland's venerable "Golden Horseshoe Revue," featuring special guest stars.

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The 10,000th performance of Disneyland's venerable "Golden Horseshoe Revue," featuring special guest stars.

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23 September 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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This episode was later re-edited as a theatrical short subject and, as such, released in tandem with Disney's The Monkey's Uncle (1965). See more »

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[first lines]
Man on P.A.: Your attention, please. Will Walt Disney's special guests please go to the Golden Horseshoe in Frontierland. Thank you.
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Edited into Disneyland: Secrets, Stories, & Magic (2007) See more »

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When the Saints Go Marching In
Traditional (uncredited)
Performed by Gene Sheldon
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"Do The Buffalo Round-Up!"
6 February 2001 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

A trip to Disneyland's Frontierland, where Walt Disney himself (in cowboy attire and saying things like 'pardner') introduces the anniversary floor-show at the Golden Horseshoe Saloon. Betty Taylor is the energetic mistress of ceremonies, there are rowdy cowboys and comedians, plus Annette Funicello in an extended cameo singing the pretty "Lantern Song", the jumpy "Mr. Piano Man", and the hilariously dumb "Buffalo Round-Up" (which really has the on-screen audience in stitches). Ed Wynn, sitting in the box seats, gets pulled up on-stage (he's in on the joke). The camera-work is of the point-and-shoot variety, but the show is still quite pleasant if overloaded with corny vaudeville shtick. Released theatrically (!), this would make a fun double-bill with "Disneyland After Dark" for the Walt Disney completist.


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