Donie He looks his age in this picture.
Me and all my dreamed animals at Tinker Bell's Toy shop at Disneyland.
Next up is a unique event button when Rexall druggists had their convention at Disneyland. The Rexall company was having it's 60th Anniversary in 1962.
A "you are there" view of the Mark Twain while waiting for a raft to take us over to the island.
Another view featuring the Canoes.
Over in Fantasyland we view the marvel known as the Skyway.
Posing in the land of the future Tomorrowland.
And the reason for the title. First up is Monstro swallowing guests again.
The Hippos in the Jungle River Cruise were jealous, so one decided to get in the act and attempt to swallow guests.
A nice shot of the native hut and outrigger across from the loading dock on the Jungle River Cruise.
A view of the Mark Twain from the top of Tom Sawyer's treehouse.
Staying on Tom Sawyer's Island, a nice shot of the Keelboat Bertha Mae with a very small crew aboard.
A quick run over to the Indian Village to visit the Buffalo.
Of course, the photographer stopped to watch the Native American's dance.
Of course the kids wanted a picture with their favorite characters, Alice in Wonderland and Goofy.
Now for the variations. The list of exhibits on Main Street change three times...I have placed the brochures in the order they were published.
A note to the Major- I am still looking for the scholastic version of the 1955 gate brochure. I know I have it....
Next up is a great view of Fantasyland. Just gaze and enjoy...
The last image appears to have been taken at the end of the day...See you real soon!
Next up is a series of character pictures with some unusual pairings of characters, and others that make sense.
The next set includes interior of attractions. I love that out of the five postcards, four are from now removed attractions. First up is Snow White's Scary Adventure.
The original Country Bear Jamboree.
The last three are from America Sings. The only other postcards which feature America Sings are from a Tomorrowland postcard album.
Next up is a bask of Crocodiles.
A dark image of the snake.
Finally a nice point of view from inside the Jungle Cruise launch of the native village.