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  • A Day at Disneyland Video

    My parents bought this video for me during one of our trips back in about 1990. I used to watch that video all the time. It's 15 years later now and every time my nephew visits he demands that we watch it. I noticed there is a new one on DVD format at Disneyland being sold. Is this worth buying? I want something with new rides on it that I can show to him so he wont be scared on his next visit.

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    Ive been looking for this video on DVD also.

    My sister bought the new DVD and wasnt thrilled with it, ( I havent seen it yet)
    she said A Day At Disneyland is still way better and longer.

    It would be nice to see what other people think before I buy it though.
    For now, Ill be sticking with my original.
    Mellymouse




    (do you think the Finding Nemo Subs line will be under 3 hours by then?)





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    • #3
      A Day At Disneyland is at the video rental place a few blocks from here. I thought it was kind of okay. The tape quality, sadly, wasn't that great.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Captain Zissou
        My parents bought this video for me during one of our trips back in about 1990. I used to watch that video all the time. It's 15 years later now and every time my nephew visits he demands that we watch it. I noticed there is a new one on DVD format at Disneyland being sold. Is this worth buying? I want something with new rides on it that I can show to him so he wont be scared on his next visit.
        If I am thinking of the same DVD that you saw, save your pennies. The Souvenir DVD is a near identical presentation as the Vacation Planner that you can get for free, but with about 4 minutes of additional cheesy DVD features. I returned mine promptly to my local Disney Store for a refund, feeling ripped off.

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          Originally posted by DarylF
          If I am thinking of the same DVD that you saw, save your pennies. The Souvenir DVD is a near identical presentation as the Vacation Planner that you can get for free, but with about 4 minutes of additional cheesy DVD features. I returned mine promptly to my local Disney Store for a refund, feeling ripped off.

          where do you get that dvd??? Thanks
          :crazylegs

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          • #6
            I love A Day at Disneyland! I used to watch that so often as a kid and even now occasionally feel the need to pop it in the VCR!

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