Monday, December 29, 2014

Motion Mondays: "it’s a small world" Opening

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Mondays article takes us to the opening of It’s a Small World at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Continue after the page break for the wonderful event...

Sunday, December 28, 2014

An Opinionated Analysis of Walt Disney’s Original Magic Kingdom

By EPCOT Explorer

For almost all of my life, I’ve been a fan of Disney. Mickey Mouse presided over my first birthday. Childhood birthday gifts and holiday tidings usually brought a Disney film on VHS. And since the ripe old age of two, my family and I have spent time in the Vacation Kingdom of the World, happily just 230 miles up Florida’s turnpike and the perfect distance away to still be a satisfying and enchanting weekend escape that maintained the mystery of a far away destination, but close enough to capture my attention and establish a sense of familiarity that makes a return to WDW so comforting. That is the real crux of my involvement in Disney. Disney World was the physical manifestation of the incredible feeling and mood and happiness that Disney, as a whole, brought. EPCOT Center dominated the formative years of my interest and is still the cornerstone of my ongoing proclivity for themed design and Disney history. EPCOT provided a linkage to how the real world worked. Its optimistic drive and broad creative aims inspired an understanding in not only the exhibitive aims of the park but in how Disney used technology and art to convey a message and create an environment. Enjoyment and appreciation of EPCOT, funnily enough, broadened interest in the rest of the Disney world and the Magic Kingdom.

In an attempt in getting me excited (was that even really needed?!) for one of our earliest trips to WDW, my parents bought me a ‘Disneyland Fun’ VHS so as to familiarize me with what we would soon be visiting. Although for a park a continent away, the familiar visuals and localities on screen did their job and ‘Disneyland Fun’ became my mental image of the Florida property, despite glaring differences. That’s not our castle. Our Haunted Mansion looks scarier. We don’t have Star Tours in Tomorrowland, that’s over in MGM! And where is EPCOT!?

And so, I was aware of “an other”. There was an other Magic Kingdom out there. One that was seemingly older, had more in it, and yes, lacked an EPCOT. Despite that “flaw”, I was interested.  And as I got older and learned more about Disney World, so came knowledge of Disneyland. Here was Walt Disney’s original park…. While Disney World captured my immediate attention for research and, ultimately, this entire blog, Disneyland was always revered, in my mind, as the gold standard for history and the park that set down the precedence for what thematic entities followed. Of course, with that, came a desire to visit.

Florida, sadly, is very far away from California. My family and I have always been very lucky when it comes to traveling and we have seen much of the east coast.  While always an event to plan around, a vacation up to New York City or Washington DC was always more economical and feasible than an odyssey out west. Being from a family of teachers, and a student of history myself, who can complain when your destinations take you the very epicenter of what you study? And with Disney World just within reach for an easy getaway, Disneyland was really a world away. Happily, however, my chance to aim for Disneyland came earlier this year…. And as evidenced by this writing, I made it after almost twenty years of waiting and wondering.  What follows, and what this entire post is meant to be, is a reflection of Disneyland, as seen through the eyes of someone who grew up entrenched by Disney World, or, frankly, any other Disney park. This is not history; this is going to be an opinionated thematic analysis of Walt Disney’s original Magic Kingdom as seen by someone for the first time. Continue after the page break for the rest of the story...

Friday, December 26, 2014

A Walk in the Park: WDW Edition - Best of 2014

By Krista Joy

Hello again Disney Avenue readers! It has been so much fun taking you on these walks through Walt Disney World, and I look forward to many more walks with you in 2015! However, since this will be my last article this year, I thought I’d bring you some of my favorites from 2014 that you haven’t seen yet. I hope you enjoy them. Have a magical and Happy New Year!!! Continue after the page break and enjoy this week's A Walk in the Park: WDW Edition article...

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas from Disney Avenue

Santa Claus and Mickey Mouse from the Fantasy on Parade. Vacationland magazine, Fall 1967.

Merry Christmas from everyone here at Disney Avenue. Thank you for making part of your "Disney world." Enjoy this Christmas Day post as a gift from us to you. Happy Holidays everyone...

Monday, December 22, 2014

Motion Mondays: Tiki Birds

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Mondays article has a look at the first audio-animatronic Tiki Birds for the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Thursday, December 18, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Disneyland Edition - A Rainy Day at Disneyland

By Daisy Sparks

This week's A Walk in the Park article takes a look at a rare event that happened at Disneyland rained!!! It doesn't rain much in Southern California and when it does, it's kind of a big deal. The news channels become excited with top stories from "Storm Watch 2014!" The rain is most welcome in drought ridden California and it really does clean the air. We've had on and off rain over the last week. It sure makes for some pretty pictures and sights throughout the Disneyland Parks. Continue after the page break as we walk Disneyland during a rare, rainy day...

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Disney Avenue Podcast - Show #9 - Christmas Special with Jim Korkis

The Disney Avenue Podcast returns with a wonderful Christmas Special that is sure to get you in the Holiday spirit. Disney historian and author Jim Korkis joins host Keith Michael Mahne for a wonderful interview on Walt Disney featuring some amazing and rarely heard Christmas stories from his life. Jim is the ultimate "go-to guy" on Walt Disney and we couldn't think of a better person to have on this Christmas Special. Jim tells us about Walt's love of the Holiday Season, what Christmas was like for Walt as a child, about a special gift to Lillian that inspired a classic animated movie, and so much more. So get cozy by the fire, grab a warm cup of hot chocolate and enjoy this Disney Avenue Podcast Christmas Special...

Monday, December 15, 2014

Motion Mondays: Turning On the Lights at Disneyland

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Mondays article is all about turning on the lights at Disneyland. I especially love the Main Street lights! From the Disneyland Tenth Anniversary Show (1965). Continue after the page break as Disneyland hits the lights...

Friday, December 12, 2014

EPCOT’s Journeys In Space

By EPCOT Explorer

As early as 1975, the EPCOT Theme Center (Future World) boasted a Space Pavilion that would have featured a massive omnimover detailing the perils and positives of man’s history in space. Today, let’s take a look back at EPCOT’s long, and frankly, painful history of the Space pavilion concepts designed for the park...

Thursday, December 11, 2014

A Walk in the Park: WDW Edition - Magic Kingdom Holidays

By Krista Joy

Welcome back to another A Walk in the Park: WDW Edition article. This week we travel to the Magic Kingdom during the holiday season 2014! Today we'll have a walk down Main Street to check out the new decorations, seasonal cupcakes inside Starbucks, Hildegard Olivia Harding signing autographs inside The Plaza Restaurant, Mickey Mouse in the new ‘Move It! Shake It! Dance & Play It!’ Street Party and stroll through the Emporium to check out some of the wonderful Christmas gifts and ornaments for sale! Finally, we will head to the Train Station for a look at the Christmas tree upstairs, the view of the crowds below, and of course, the old train pulling in for a stop! Join us after the page break...

Monday, December 8, 2014

Motion Mondays: Walt Disney and Trains

By Keith Mahne

Walt Disney was a HUGE fan of model railroads, just look below at his face lighting up as he brings up that train! This week's Motion Mondays article is from Where Do the Stories Come From (1956). Continue after the page break and check it out...

Thursday, December 4, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Disneyland Edition - Christmas Time in DCA

By Daisy Sparks

Ready for another Walk in the Park article? This week we travel to Disney California Adventure to have a look at the wonderful Holiday festivities around the park. No need to make travel arrangements for this Disney experience, simply join us after the page break…

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Two New Special Exhibitions at The Walt Disney Family Museum

Photo courtesy of the Walt Disney Family Museum
By Tim McRaven

In the last month The Walt Disney Family Museum in the Presideo of San Francisco, has opened two new special exhibitions sure to interest the Disney fan in all of us, and those drawn more toward the esoteric. Continue after the page break for a look at these two new wonderful exhibits...

Monday, December 1, 2014

Motion Mondays: Tomorrowland 1958

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Mondays article takes us to Tomorrowland, 1958. Check out the construction of the monorail, submarine voyage and the Matterhorn! From Kodak Presents Disneyland ‘59. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Disney Songs the Satchmo Way

By Keith Mahne

In 1966 it was Walt who invited music giant Louis Armstrong to record an album of Disney songs.
Armstrong had already appeared in a 1962 episode of Walt Disney Wonderful World of Color called Disneyland After Dark (released to DVD on the Walt Disney Treasures collection, Disneyland U.S.A.). He had also worked with Disneyland and Buena Vista Records A&R Director Tutti Camarata. However it came about, Disney Songs the Satchmo Way is pure gold. (I just added the whole album to the Disney Avenue music player. Feel free to click on the playlist above and scroll down to the bottom and have a listen while your reading the rest of this article)...

Friday, November 28, 2014

EPCOT Origins

By EPCOT Explorer

Thanks to a loyal reader, I’ve fortunately come into some fantastic and rare pictures of EPCOT Center in its formative years. The photos you are about to see are from all years of EPCOT’s construction, dating back to 1979, and just up to a few months before the turnstiles were thrown open to the Vacation Kingdom’s second gate. Continue after the page break and have a look at these amazing pictures...

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving from Disney Avenue

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at Disney Avenue!

A Walk in the Park: Walt Disney World Edition - Destination D

By Krista Joy

Last weekend Disney fans had a chance to go back in time. D23, the official fan club of Disney held an event called Destination D: Attraction Rewind. This special event was held at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. The programming was wonderful, and I think just about all of us present learned some things we did not know about Disney History. No video or photography was allowed as presentations were given by the current and past Disney Imagineers. However we were allowed to take photos of a special exhibit called Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives. The exhibit featured collectibles and memorabilia from Disney Parks, as well as Disney collectibles from the 1964-65
New York World's Fair. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Disney Avenue Podcast - Show #8 - Alice Davis

The Disney Avenue Podcast returns with a fantastic interview with Walt Disney Imagineering's original “designing woman” Alice Davis. Married to Disney Legend Marc Davis, she enjoyed a fashionable Disney career of her own, designing and dressing animated figures for such beloved Disneyland attractions as it’s a small world and Pirates of the Caribbean. Continue after the page break and enjoy the show...

Monday, November 24, 2014

Motion Mondays: Widescreen Vintage Disneyland

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Monday article features some widescreen vintage Disneyland shots! From Disneyland USA At Radio City Music Hall (1962). It was a special cinerama presentation that included some interactions between Walt Disney and an on-stage Mickey Mouse. Continue after the page break for some truly breathtaking shots...

Sunday, November 23, 2014

What I haven’t Done: Halloween in WDW

By Ryan Reed

Obviously I am obsessed with Walt Disney World – it’s what has driven me to blog about it on a continual basis.  You know something is a passion of yours when you can’t keep your feelings inside and need to share them with whomever will listen.  I’ve vacationed in my favorite place in the world over twenty times and each time I leave I want to go back more than the previous time.  It’s a sickness (but in a good way).  Having said all that, I have barely scraped the surface on what this amazing place has to offer.  I like to consider myself a Disney aficionado but that certainly doesn’t mean I’ve done everything.  In fact, what I haven’t done has driven me to become infatuated with this place.  I want to know more and more about it and I look forward to experiencing something new each time I visit.  When I started to blog I only focused about things I’ve done myself; I felt like I wanted to share my feelings on what I know I love.  But now I think it’s time for a little self-deprecation and admit to things I haven’t done (and probably should’ve done by now!) and share why I can’t wait for my next opportunity to experience them.  I really hope to hear from some of you who have done what I haven’t in each one of these posts! Continue after the page break for more...

Friday, November 21, 2014

Disneyland's Future Image Problem

By Mark Landucci

…..This is what I remember. On a visit to Disneyland a couple of years ago, I was hunched over in Town Square on Main Street USA, trying to adjust my backpack. I was listening to the music, smelling popcorn, hearing laughter and just becoming immersed in the setting. With my backpack on, I stood up and faced north, looking directly at Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. I took a deep breath and then I heard something. I heard someone crying, who was this? I turned to my right and saw a man, about 30 years my senior, crying. He wasn’t hurt, these were tears of joy. He was also looking at Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. He said, “There it is…there it is…after all these years of seeing this on television, I never thought I’d be able to see this….” And with that, he took numerous pictures and then took off. He wasn’t talking to me in particular, he was just making a statement to himself. I just shrugged this off and went about my day. It wasn’t until a year or so later that I revisited this scene in my head and then my thoughts started to come together about this man’s statement and how at some point Disneyland will have a big emotional problem. Read more to learn about this theory, shall you?

Thursday, November 20, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Disneyland Edition - The Jingle Cruise

By Daisy Sparks

"The World Famous Jungle Cruise" is one of the few Disneyland attractions that has been in operation since Opening Day back on July 17, 1955. It has not changed much and the Skippers continue to deliver their jokes. This cheesy factor is one reason why the ride is much beloved by many fans. Last year was the first year that The Jungle Cruise received a holiday overlay and became, "The Jingle Cruise." Continue after the page break and let's have a look...

Monday, November 17, 2014

Motion Mondays: Walt Disney’s Multiplane Camera

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Mondays article takes a look at Walt Disney's Multiplane Camera. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Disney Documentary Hour: The Magic of Walt Disney World

By Keith Mahne

Today, we return to our Disney Documentary Hour segment here on Disney Avenue with a wonderful vintage Disney World film I think you're really going to enjoy. It's called The Magic of Walt Disney World and it's a 1972 short film promoting the Walt Disney World resort. It was originally released to theaters by Buena Vista Distribution on December 20, 1972 alongside the film Snowball Express. An expanded and updated version aired on The Wonderful World of Disney in 1974. Continue after the page break and enjoy The Magic of Walt Disney World...

Friday, November 14, 2014

Polynesian Potpourri: A Tour of the Village

By EPCOT Explorer

The Polynesian is currently in the throes of a radical aesthetic change. Refurbishment work began earlier this year to begin the process of removing some of the older features of the resort, with most of the changes centered in the Grand Ceremonial House. By the time the work is complete, the waterfalls that graced the entrance will be woefully gone, replaced by a more open area adorned with Japanese float lamps, and a large statue of the nameless (but popularly called “Tiki Shrug”) tiki deity that has served as the resort’s mascot since 1971. Continue after the break for more...

Thursday, November 13, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Walt Disney World Edition

By Krista Joy

Downtown Disney is expected to complete its full transformation into Disney Springs in 2016, but in the meantime, various parts of it are opening in phases. Don’t get me wrong, it is still business as usual in many places. Disney has done an amazing job of somehow keeping it the same busy and bustling place it has always been. Join us for this edition of Disney Avenue's A Walk in the Park article as we travel to Downtown Disney and see all the construction taking place...

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

What Would Walt Think?!?

By Sam Vlas

Last Thursday, I went to Downtown Disney to see the premier of Big Hero 6, Disney’s newest animated feature film. I enjoyed it greatly because it showed Disney still hasn’t lost its spark yet. Then I realized something: it has been almost 50 years since Walt Disney passed away. So much has happened. Continue after the page break for some food for thought...

Monday, November 10, 2014

Motion Mondays: Primeval World

By Keith Mahne

It's another Motion Monday! Disney Imagineers built the dinosaurs you're about to see for the Ford Magic Skyway which was part of the 1964 World’s Fair. They were later reused in the Primeval World diorama at Disneyland...

Friday, November 7, 2014

Disney Avenue Podcast - Show #7 - The Rolly Crump Interview

On this episode of the Disney Avenue Podcast, host Keith Michael Mahne and Dusty Sage of team up for another amazing interview with the one and only Rolly Crump! Words may not fully describe this man, but one thing is for certain, he was a true “original,” even among Imagineers as Rolly drew forth genius in others. Continue after the page break for a truly amazing show... you just might hear a "cute story" or two...

Thursday, November 6, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Disneyland Edition

By Daisy Sparks

Welcome back to another amazing A Walk in the Park article. This week we travel to Disneyland and see the holiday decorating in progress. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

A Rainy Day in Walt Disney World Beats a Sunny Day At Home

By Ryan Reed

There’s a pretty funny meme I’ve come across a few times now that sums up my exact thoughts: A rainy day in Walt Disney World beats a sunny day at home.  This is absolutely true for the obvious reason: you’re in Walt Disney World!  Beyond that though, I’ve actually found even rain can add to your trip instead of ruining it.  No matter what the weather is, it gives you a unique experience of the parks and resorts.  Atmosphere is huge in Walt Disney World, how else can you explain the instant sense of ease and relaxation once you step foot on property?  I know I’m not the only one who could go to Disney for a week, not ride a single attraction, and still have the time of my life.  Sure, this can speak volumes for vast amount of things to do, but I think it also shows that NOTHING needs to be done to enjoy yourself.  A walk down Main Street USA, a stroll down Hollywood Boulevard, or a seat in the France Pavilion are things we all dream of doing when we aren’t visiting.  Due to this amazing atmosphere, it can absorb a seemingly bad weather day.  Not only can it allow you to still enjoy your trip, but it also gives you an entire new experience in the parks and surrounding resorts. Continue after the page break and see why a rainy day at WDW is beats a sunny day at home…

Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween from Disney Avenue

By Keith Mahne

From all of us here at Disney Avenue, we want to wish you and yours a happy and safe Halloween! Here is a wonderful collection of Halloween time photos from around the parks and even a video of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party for you to enjoy from us. Continue after the page break for a picture-packed Halloween tribute...Happy Halloween everyone...

Thursday, October 30, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Walt Disney World Edition

By Krista Joy

Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom has to be one of the most gorgeous theme parks on the planet, wouldn’t you agree? It’s beautiful topography and landscaping truly makes you feel like you have been whisked away to a wild and exotic continent. At times it may even feel like you have gone back in time to be in the presence of dinosaurs! As extraordinary as Animal Kingdom is in the day time – the grounds are absolutely off the charts mystical and magical as night falls. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Disney Week on the Daily Brainwave Podcast

It's Disney week on the Daily Brainwave Podcast and host Sean Mobley invited Keith Mahne (host of the Disney Avenue Podcast) to be a guest on the show all week long! Be sure to have a listen each day this week for some fun Disney facts. Here's the link:

Monday, October 27, 2014

Motion Mondays: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Monday article is on some 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea moments. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Disney's Headless, Horseless Horseman

By Keith Mahne

One of the most popular portions of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party is the ride of the Headless Horseman. A couple of years ago, a video came out that shows why horse shoes and wet bricks just don't mix. The cell phone video captures the horse and rider falling while passing through Liberty Square on a slick street. Continue after the page break and let us examine this from a few angles...

Marvelous to Mediocre: Beautiful Theatre to Huge Hat

By Keith Mahne

There are times in life when a hat comes in handy... blocking the sun, keeping the sweat out of your eyes, a day at the horse races, even to cover a bad hair day. When a hat is used to literally block a beautiful theatre it becomes just downright unacceptable! Continue after the page break for what entering MGM Studios use to be like before a huge fiberglass hat fell from the sky and what we hope it will return to with the recent news that it will be relocated...

Thursday, October 23, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Disneyland Edition

By Daisy Sparks

Editor's Note: We are thrilled to welcome Daisy Sparks, our new contributing writer for the second edition of Disney Avenue's A Walk in the Park segments. Last week we ventured to Walt Disney World and today we'll take a walk in Disneyland to enjoy some of the Halloween décor. I'd like to give a big THANK YOU to Daisy and I'm certain all of you will enjoy these new weekly segments here on Disney Avenue. Enjoy your Walk in the Park!

Keith Mahne

Continue after the page break for Disney Avenue's spectacular new segment, A Walk in the Park: Disneyland Edition...

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Dapper Day: Disney’s Ultimate Throwback

By Lindsey Allmon

On my last vacation to Disney World I wore the exact same thing every single day: Shorts, a Disney tank top, sneakers and sunglasses. The rest of my family wore a similar uniform, as did ninety nine percent of the rest of the population of Disney at the time. And why not? A summer in Florida is broiling hot and a day at Disney requires miles of walking. It only makes sense that you would be comfortable. However, when the designers of Disney initially imagined the attendees of the parks, shorts and tanks were simply not up to par with their expectations. Now one group is trying to bring style back to the Disney parks. Continue after the page break to learn more about the event that has everyone dressed to the nines: Dapper Day...

Monday, October 20, 2014

Motion Mondays: Walt Disney Moments

By Keith Mahne

Today's Motion Mondays article is all about classic Walt Disney moments. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Disney Avenue Podcast - Show #6 - Halloween Edition

On this special Halloween edition of the Disney Avenue Podcast, host Keith Michael Mahne interviews famous psychic medium to the stars Michael J. Kouri. Michael has some very interesting stories to share with us and you'll particularly enjoy the ones about his claimed interactions with Walt Disney. Continue after the page break for more...

Friday, October 17, 2014

Main Street Windows: A Complete Guide to Disney's Whimsical Tributes

I'd like to share with you a fantastic new book by the amazing Jeff Heimbuch called Main Street Windows: A Complete Guide to Disney's Whimsical Tributes. As you walk down Main Street, U.S.A., have you ever looked up and wondered what the names on the windows mean? Although the tradition of honoring people with a window has been around since Disneyland's opening day, there has never been a comprehensive list of them all....

Until now.

In this book, you'll find a complete guide to all of the whimsical tributes at every Magic Kingdom park throughout the world, complete with full color photos! Grab yourself a copy of Jeff's amazing new book from the link below:

Thursday, October 16, 2014

A Walk in the Park: Walt Disney World Edition

By Krista Joy

Editor's note: I am SO excited to introduce you all to a new segment here on Disney Avenue called A Walk in the Park: Walt Disney World Edition. Every Thursday we will feature either Walt Disney World or Disneyland and it will showcase all the festivities happening around the beautiful parks. We really hope you enjoy these new segments and that it brings you a little "pixie dust" wherever you may be. Big thanks goes out to the wonderful Krista Joy for her beautiful photos and next week will be from the amazing Daisy Sparks as she covers Disneyland for you. Also, I'd like to thank Sam Vlas for his fantastic article photo designs. Enjoy your Walk in the Park my friends!

Keith Mahne

Continue after the page break for the wonderful A Walk in the Park: Walt Disney World Edition...

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Making of: The Jungle Cruise

By Keith Mahne

In a Disneyland full of Splash Mountains, Space Mountains and Big Thunder Mountains, sometimes the older, so called "classic" attractions go overlooked. One such attraction is the Jungle Cruise. By far the most campy yet humorous attraction in the parks, depending on your guide that is, the Jungle Cruise has gone through a number of enhancements and refurbishments over its history and yet still remains one of the most beloved experiences of the parks. Today, Disney Avenue has another fantastic and picture-packed Making of article all about the incredible Jungle Cruise. Continue after the page break and join us for the Making of: The Jungle Cruise...

Monday, October 13, 2014

Motion Mondays: Dopey’s Big Adventure

By Keith Mahne

This week's Motion Monday is from the Dopey’s Big Adventure segment from Disneyland Goes to the World’s Fair (1964). Continue after the page break and have a look...

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Rare Walt Disney Interviews

By Keith Mahne

Disney Avenue has a real treat for you today. We have put together a list of videos and sound clips of Walt Disney being interviewed throughout the course of his storied life. These types of segments give us a wonderful look at the man Walt truly was along side the Disneyland TV series he hosted. Come escape for awhile and join us in today's article as we take a closer look at the life of Walt Disney with these seldom heard interviews that you absolutely won't want to miss...

Monday, October 6, 2014

Motion Mondays: More Disneyland Construction

By Keith Mahne

Today's Motion Mondays segment returns to some shots of Disneyland construction. Continue after the page break and have a look...

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Disney Avenue Podcast - Show #5 - Kile Ozier Interview

On this episode of the Disney Avenue Podcast, Dusty Sage of joins host Keith Michael Mahne for a fantastic interview with the lovely Kile Ozier! Continue after the page break for more...

Friday, October 3, 2014

Tour WDW Haunted Mansion with Tony Baxter

By Keith Mahne

The WDW Haunted Mansion and Tony Baxter are two Disney Icons. Today we'll see what happens when you put them both together. Watch and enjoy as Tony talks about Disney history and the attraction. Continue after the page break for your very own 48 minute personal tour of Walt Disney World's Haunted Mansion featuring our favorite tour guide Tony Baxter...