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A Dream Called Walt Disney World (1981)

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A travelogue of the Walt Disney World theme park near Orlando, Florida.


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A travelogue of the Walt Disney World theme park near Orlando, Florida.

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Narrator: If you ever had a dream, and had that dream come true, then you know a little something about the magic of Walt Disney World.
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Edited from EPCOT (1967) See more »

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The Early Days of Disney World
18 January 2004 | by (Pocatello, Idaho, USA) – See all my reviews

This Disney World video is definitely a product of the time period it was made in. It's got some very peculiar, disco-like music, and some of the visuals look, dare I say, funky!!! This video is also interesting because it highlights Disney World when the Magic Kingdom was the only park there. With so much space, I just find it hard to think of Disney World without Epcot, the Studios, or Animal Kingdom. Yet this video still stands by its story that you can stay there for a week and still not accomplish everything.

Since there's only one park, there is great emphasis on it with more time spent on individual rides. If you look at a current Disney World souvenir video that just couldn't be possible now. There are just too many attractions to highlight in an hour-long video. Other interesting features on the video include a look at their newest water park at the time, River Country (I still don't know what they plan to do with that place) and a nice shot of the Contemporary as the Monorail travels through it. Also, you can see some old footage of Walt Disney opening Disneyland and his brother, Roy, opening Disney World.

Overall, the video is kind of quirky, nothing too special. Many of the attractions illustrated still reside at the Magic Kingdom. Hey, if it ain't broke, don't fix it!!

My IMDb Rating: 8/10

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