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  • November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

    Link to Yesterland.com: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?



    Please discuss it here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

    Thanks for the history of Sid Cahuenga's. It should be noted that his wife, the wonderful Pam Brody, is still performing on Sundays and Thursdays in the Rose & Crown Pub in Epcot's World Showcase.

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      Re: November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

      I didn't know about this DHS myth until now, thanks!


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      • #4
        Re: November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

        This is the first time I have heard about this myth at DHS. Very interesting.
        James

        Once a Disney fan, always a Disney fan.

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          Re: November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

          Such a great read, as all of your articles! Though I have never visited Walt Disney World, or Disney's Hollywood Studios, this was so interesting and well written! Thanks as usual Werner!

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            Re: November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

            I distinctly remember a character actor by the name of Michael Marzella playing the part of Sid Cahuenga in 1998? Am I mistaken? Was Michael playing a different streetmosphere character that opening season?

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              Re: November 4, 2011: Was Sid Cahuenga a Real Person?

              Mr. Marzella portrayed Otto Gregor von Aeroflex, Hollywood's greatest director ("Nice to see me today!"). One note about the article, Mr. Dillon did use his real name in the park when he and accompanist Jeff Neuse performed on the little stage that used to be near the eating area next to the HISTK play area.

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