The second image is from the stage show at Videopolis at Disneyland. The show was the story of Walt Disney. The title of the show was One Man's Dream and featured lots of singing and dancing.
Another neat attraction was the Disney version of the glamour tram at Universal. The attraction went "behind the scenes" to show what goes on at a studio. One of the stops was the New Mickey Mouse Club. This image shows the costuming department, I really like the Orville head just sitting there.
Next is the finale of the attraction when the Dwarve's chase the Wicked Witch and the Witch falls of the cliff to her death.
The second image is of the stage show set up in front of the Main Street station and features the Fab Four (no Donald) characters including the newest character Roger Rabbit. My personal favorites Chip and Dale are also dancing.
The next is an inspirational saying for when the going gets tough.
So Happy Birthday to Mr. Bradbury.
The unique vehicle was created from the front end of Monorail Mark III red with the nose cone. The body was placed upon a truck chassis and toured the United States promoting Disneyland.
This photograph was taken on Main Street. The scooters have their kickstands down and are a little out of place. On the trunk of the Impala is a Main Street pennant.
The next plaque features Donald Duck as a classic golfer. I own the original art for this sign and posted it years ago on July 14, 2006.
A view under the covered boardwalk with Honest Abe the Gem Dealer now marked just as Abe the Gem Dealer.
Next is an interior shot. The composition is nice with the walkway and bench on the right hand side. Movies usually show frontier towns with bright interiors, but most of the time, when the sun went down, the whole town would go dark.
Next up is the Calico Frontier Shop. I like the weathered signage.