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    Celebrating Disneyland's 50th in publicity photos, Part I - discuss it here!
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    Love it! Gorgeous pics! Thanks for posting them!

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      Wow, what a great way to celebrate the week leading up to the 50th! I love all the pics. Thanks for sharing them with them!

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        Those Pics of Fess Parker and Buddy Ebsen, are unique. I have never seen those before. And YES what great way to celebrate the 50th by looking back at how far Disneyland has come. Thanks Al.
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          Always Wonderful! Thanks Al and looking forward to tomorrow!


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            Lots of love, laughter and fun that day. I felt as if I was living the opening day experience thru the eyes pf Walt, Art Linkletter, Irene Dunne, Fess Parker and Buddy Ebsen. It's amazing that Linkletter and Parker are still alive and kicking up trouble today. Thanks Al. :yea:
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              You couldn't have timed these pictures any better...What a great way to start the week...Thanks

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                Love the photos. As a matter of fact I would like to use them as my desktop background. Could we get links to higher resolution versions? The ones on the website get a little blocky when blown up to desktop size.

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                  As much as I like the photos, I'd prefer an online archive of Updates. Take out any irrelevant photos, and there should be plenty of room.

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                    I love looking at construction and early photos of Disneyland...Thanks Al

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                      aweeee im teary eyed that was soo great
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                        Awsome, thanks for that.

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                          Absolutely Awesome! Those photos are really amazing. Thank you for sharing. :thumbup:

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                            Great photo update, Al. But I'm not so sure that all of those "rehearsing" pics were actually that. There seemed to be way too many people on Main Street for that to be a rehearsal. And the Irene Dunne pic seemed to be right from the opening broadcast, complete with the severely listing Mark Twain.

                            Anyway, just a quibble (I'm good at those!). Nice update!

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                              I always love construction photos. Especially original ones. :thumbup:

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