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    My father recently had some of his family's old home movies converted from film to DVD. Among the film is footage from DVD, seemingly from the 1960s. I'm unsure of the date and I think there might be multiple visits mixed together, since there's a Mark I Monorail (1959-1961) but also what looks like live mermaids in the lagoon (1966-1967) and Polynesian dancers from the Tahitian Terrace (1962-1993).

    Disneyland 1960s - YouTube

  • #2
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    very cool.

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    • #3
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      Thanks for sharing! love seeing the Park from days gone by
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      • #4
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        Neato!
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        • #5
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          That's the Disneyland of my childhood. What a magical place it was back then. Thank you for uploading and posting this!

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          • #6
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            I always love videos like these

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            • #7
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              Loved it, but it needs some sort of sound. Maybe 16 mm
              projector noise or Disneyland background music.

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              • #8
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                Super cool video. I especially like the Tahitian Terrace footage because it's so hard to come by.
                Thanks for posting!

                Scott

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                • #9
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                  That was really interesting. It's always fun to see what it once was and compare it to what it is now.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Disneyland home movie from the 1960s

                    Originally posted by ScottG View Post
                    Super cool video. I especially like the Tahitian Terrace footage because it's so hard to come by.
                    Thanks for posting!

                    Scott
                    No kidding. Cool to see it in action, if only for a few seconds.


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                    • #11
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                      I would love to visit that version of Disneyland. Maybe when the Oculus Rift virtual reality glasses come out later this year, somebody will recreate it. Cement sidewalks on Main Street, no safety railings, no paving stones, The Mine Train Ride, Twin Falls, Skyway, battleship gray Submarine Voyage...

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                      • #12
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                        I loved this! Especially the ride on the Mike Finn Keel Boats. That was my favorite way to travel on the river. Way back then you could even sit on a little seat in the front of the boat, I went for that seat every time!

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                        • #13
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                          Simply amazing. A rare snapshot of the park on those days, certainly something that is truly unique.

                          Thanks for sharing with us!
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                          "We're not trying to entertain the critics ... I'll take my chances with the public." -
                          Walt Disney

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                          • #14
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                            You also have footage of the fabled Mine Train. Cool stuff.

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