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Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years (2005)

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Steve Martin, a former Disneyland cast member, takes viewers through the history of Walt Disney's original theme park in Anaheim, California, while being constantly interrupted by the stubborn but hilarious Donald Duck.

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Steve Martin, a former Disneyland cast member, takes viewers through the history of Walt Disney's original theme park in Anaheim, California, while being constantly interrupted by the stubborn but hilarious Donald Duck.

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This was shown only at the Main Street Opera House in Disneyland park, where the "Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln" attraction is usually featured. It was screened from 5 May 2005 until early 2008. It can still be viewed in the lobby, but the main theater is once again the Mr. Lincoln show. See more »

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Movie worth watching! 50Magical Years of Disneyland
29 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We took our kids to Disneyland for the first time this summer. Having them watch this movie was a real treat. By the end of the movie young or old I think everyone in the audience had a tear in their eye. It's amazing this dream came from a man who took his daughter to a park, and wish there was something out there for all ages to feel young. Watching the footage from the beginning of construction to the opening was amazing. We think we are the age of technology, but even back then there was a lot of advances. One shocker for me was that Steve Martin started his career in the Magic Store. Pairing Steve with Donald Duck was very amusing, they made a great team. Walt saw the child like personality in him and look at him today. Walt touched so many peoples lives and still does today by making every ones dream come true; making us feel like a kid again at Disneyland NO matter how old we are.


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