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    I don't promise to post one of these every week but I'll try

    Disneyland from the late 50's

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4Zt5Cx-UIk
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    Thanks for the video. I love it when folks post there 8mm movies they have dug up.
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      Very cool, thanks.

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        My pleasure to post, I like sharing fun Disney videos
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          Hey, thanks for sharing. How bright and shiny everyone is! Men in neckties, women in dresses, talk about being fully present and ready for the occasion!

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            Oh no! The cabin's on fire!!!


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              Can't wait to get home to see this. Youtube won't work at my work.
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                Very cool video there. Why can't people dress up when going to Disneyland like they did back in '50s? I sware some people today never mastered the skill of dressing themselves and not looking like a thrift store whore.
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                  Great Post! I love the shot of the attractions host on the Atopia yanking the kid back in the car as the car behind them hadn't stoped!
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                    Originally posted by phruby View Post
                    Very cool video there. Why can't people dress up when going to Disneyland like they did back in '50s? I sware some people today never mastered the skill of dressing themselves and not looking like a thrift store whore.
                    No kidding, a hearty Aye to that!


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                      That was fun to watch! Thanks for posting the link.
                      Last edited by Band_of_Gypsies; 10-25-2006, 04:53 PM.

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                        Ok, is it just me or did those Autopia CM's kinda grab the kids kinda roughly by the arms to direct them?

                        But yeah, always fun to see the old Disneyland.

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                          Nice video! Feels like yesterday.

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                            I love watching videos of the way Disneyland used to be. It reminds me of my childhood.


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                              For a few moments, I was 8 years old again! Loved the shots of the "Midget Autopia and the cast members in white shirts and ties!

                              Thanks for the post.
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