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Anyone here remember the "Voyage to 1939" promotion?


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  • [Question] Anyone here remember the "Voyage to 1939" promotion?

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    Seems that in 1989, Disney took over the lease of the Queen Mary and the Sprice Goose when they purchased the Wrather Corporation. To promote them, Disney established a small subsidiary company, WCO Port Properites, and in 1990 ran a year-long promotion called "Voyage to 1939" that featured period costumes, cars, airshows, etc. Also, when you purchased an admission ticket to Disneyland during that summer, you got a free ticket to the Voyage festivities in Long Beach. Does anyone have any memories, or pictures of the "Voyage to 1939" event? Information, beyond what I have here (and in an online LA Times article), is very sparce. Thanks in advance.

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