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  • Tomorrowland Terrace in the 80's

    Has anyone seen this? It's an entertainer at Disneyland in the 1980's. He appears to be drunk. It's fun to see the Peoplemover and the Rocket Jets though -


    http://www.disneynut.com/iceberg/index.htm

    Check out the video section towards the bottom of the page.

    (Forgive me if this has already been posted!)


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    Star Warz Theme Song On Synthesizer Omg Ftw!!!

    They need to bring this guy back!

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      That was quite an entrance

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        this is the kind of stuff i wish i could find!!! i'm so glad you found this and shared it with us. this is awesome!!!

        plus, i had a really great flashback with the intro for the disney channel special presentation.

        props to you
        kingdom hearts <3er

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          are you sure he's drunk? you sure he's just not really weird? musicians tend to be a strange bunch

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            Re: Tomorrowland Terrace in the 80's

            Folks...the eccentric Michael Iceberg was an institution for years at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World!

            Here's a post I made about him (with the same video) just this last August:

            Originally posted by Opus1guy
            Michael Iceberg and his Amazing Iceberg Machine.

            Here's some video of him at Disneyland in California in 1983. But he also played a long gig at Tomorrowland Terrace at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

            http://www.disneynut.com/iceberg/Mic...ull%20256k.wmv

            Also:

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Iceberg

            and still going strong, apparently...

            http://www.michaeliceberg.com/ice_book.html
            As you can read...famed writer (and creator of "Gonzo Journalism") Hunter Thompson wrote upon seeing him perform: "Now, here's somebody crazier than me!"

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              Re: Tomorrowland Terrace in the 80's

              I love Old Disneyland
              :crazylegs

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