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Favorite old souveniers from Disneyland...that you remember!


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  • Favorite old souveniers from Disneyland...that you remember!

    Anyone else remember this little steel toy you could buy on Main Street, that had a little handle on it, and on the top was a colorful circle with a design on it, and when you pressed the handle really fast, the circle would spin and little sparks would come flying out! It smelled like fireworks when you were done with it.

    I remember those...

    Now you!

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    Re: Favorite old souveniers from Disneyland...that you remember!

    In 1981, they used to sell pins so you could pin your passport to yourself to distinguish yourself from the people still using tickets. I still have that pin. It's a HUGE Mickey and Minnie pin with a heart around them. It said 'Disneyland' below their heads.
    That's my favorite souvenir. Also, I love my 1981 DL souvenir guide. The photos are so bright and glossy. Very cheesy, love it!


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