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 episode of Walt Disney's TV show, with Walt hosting, would originally air three days after his death, December 18, 1966. Weekly guest hosts would preside over the show for the remainder of the 1966-67 season. See more »

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Featured in The Disney Family Album: Marc Davis (1985) See more »

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Never Smile At a Crocodile
Written by Frank Churchill
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A cool look at the wonderful and a few lame attractions at Disneyland, circa 1966
9 September 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode of "The Wonderful World of Color" (later entitled "The Wonderful World of Disney") was re-shown recently on Turner Classic Movies along with the introduction by Leonard Maltin. The show is from 1966 and stars Walt Disney himself (he apparently died just days before this was shown--though he looks vigorous here). You see the way Disneyland looked back at that time as he narrates and shows you many of the attractions and especially celebrates some of the newer ones (such as "It's a Small World" and "Hall of the Really Boring Presidents"). In addition, you see some wonderful memories such as the Dixieland band, Christmas at Disneyland and a wonderful parade shown in what appears to be its entirety.

This was wonderful and nostalgic fun. People of all ages will enjoy seeing how much the park has changed, its similarities and differences with Disneyworld and how fashions change. All in all, a ton of fun and a great little history lesson. Well worth seeing.


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