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  • Test Your Disney Knowledge

    Ok, can anyone recollect this question. Today when you go to the park you will see janitorial cast members dressed up in their "whites" doing their thing. Now this question specifically about female janitorial cast members. Can anyone remember the color of the costumes female janitorial cast members had to wear back in the late 70's, early 90's?

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    Green!...just a guess tho


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    • #3
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      Good try , but no!!! Sorry

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        Originally posted by PLAZAINN1 View Post
        Ok, can anyone recollect this question. Today when you go to the park you will see janitorial cast members dressed up in their "whites" doing their thing. Now this question specifically about female janitorial cast members. Can anyone remember the color of the costumes female janitorial cast members had to wear back in the late 70's, early 90's?
        Wasn't it white then too?

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          not for a few years. The females cast members wore a different colored costume than the male cast members.

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            Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
            Wasn't it white then too?

            I was looking through some of my old Disneyland Line newsletters and saw a pic, which gave me the idea to ask this question.

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              Uh......white with lacy things?
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              • #8
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                the lacy part would have been nice

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                  Pink.
                  Please visit my Big Thunder/Disney Inspired Model Railroad


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                  • #10
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                    no, keep trying, getting close though

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                    • #11
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                      Well I guess no one knows this question, so hereis the answer. The color of costume the female janitorial cast members had to wear was RED with white trim.

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                        Originally posted by PLAZAINN1 View Post
                        Well I guess no one knows this question, so hereis the answer. The color of costume the female janitorial cast members had to wear was RED with white trim.
                        Damn, I was so close. I was going with red leather and white frills.

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                          Red janitorial costumes? Weird. I think brown is the most logical since they deal with trash.. I couldn't imagine keeping the white so clean.

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                            Thats the whole point of Disneyland having thier Janitorial uniforms white...because they're soooooo good, they dont ruin thier white uniforms. It makes you say..."Wow they clean up trash, yet thier uniforms stay immaculately white! Very impressive *golf clap*"


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                              Originally posted by EagleWings View Post
                              I couldn't imagine keeping the white so clean.
                              White is often used in professions where the uniforms may get dirty because it is easy to bleach out any spots or stains. You can't do that (as easily anyway) with other colors.

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