Walt takes viewers on yet another tour of Disneyland to point out some of the newest additions to the park, including New Orleans Square, It's a Small World and Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln.

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Walt takes viewers on yet another tour of Disneyland to point out some of the newest additions to the park, including New Orleans Square, It's a Small World and Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln.

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18 December 1966 (USA)  »

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This show was released on DVD in 2007 as part of "Walt Disney Treasures: Disneyland: Secrets, Stories and Magic". See more »

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Man in a Jet Pack Flying Around the Sleeping Beauty Castle
9 September 2016 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Over more than a third of a century and under a multitude of titles, Walt Disney's DISNEYLAND show offered its audiences a family-friendly view of the goings-on in front of and behind the camera. It also cannily offered a look at Disney products, from rerunning old cartoons to background documentaries atop tall mountains, introduced, for its first decade and a half by Uncle Walt himself.

This one is a one-hour look at Disneyland in its second decade, from maquettes in the workshops, to the animatronics of the "Small World" exhibit (which I had first seen at the 1963 World's Fair in New York), to a man flying around Sleeping Beauty castle, to Abraham Lincoln talking about liberty. It's a happy, colorful hour of television, sure to incite any child who saw it to ask his parents for a trip to Anaheim and the theme park.


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