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  • Main Street second story windows

    I haven't been to Disneyland in a few years, but the last time I was there, I recall that there were some interesting second-story window signs. I recall signs for a massage parlor, Chinese restaurant, piano teacher, and a few others.

    Are these still around? I know that sometimes the names of various Disney executives, Imagineers, and other VIPs get added to the Main Street windows, so I wasn't sure if any of the older, Main Street-themed store signs had gotten replaced.

    Thanks!

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    Oh, they're there, alright. In fact, they have been added to just in the past year!

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      Massage Parlor??


      Must be in the "low rent" district of Main St.


      Or is it the "red light" district?? :lmao:

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        Originally posted by 2DieFR View Post
        Oh, they're there, alright. In fact, they have been added to just in the past year!

        What are the new additions?

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          Re: Main Street second story windows

          Originally posted by PirateMickey View Post
          Massage Parlor??


          Must be in the "low rent" district of Main St.


          Or is it the "red light" district?? :lmao:

          Little did the town fathers realize that the Hotel Marceline was merely a front for all the illicit activities in that corner of Missouri...

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            Re: Main Street second story windows

            Originally posted by Kuhio View Post
            What are the new additions?
            Well, let's see... On March 30th of this year, Roger Broggie was honored with a window of his own. Broggie is known for his work on the Santa Fe & Disneyland Railroad and Audio-Animatronic figures and is often credited as the first Imagineer.

            http://www.startedbyamouse.com/archi...rBroggie.shtml

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            • #7
              Re: Main Street second story windows

              The second floor windows on Main Street, Adventureland and Toontown will never be removed. The ones on Main Street were placed there by Walt Disney to give "Screen Credit" to the people from the studio that worked on designing and building the Park. The store names under or around their name indicates their "Hobby". The company has kept this tradition with the windows in Toon Town. Advnetureland only has a couple, but they are major names in the design of the Park.

              There is an excellent book out by Van France called "Windows of Main Street" that explains every window, the person named and his/her background. I think it is still available, but I am not sure. It is a fascinating book in any case. Lots of window pictures and Van France himself was an amazing man.
              Peter Pan Forever!!! I Will Never Grow Up.

              Thank You Poisonedapples

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              • #8
                Re: Main Street second story windows

                I believe Fess Parker, who played Davy Crockett, recently received a window in Frontierland.

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                  Originally posted by lazyboy97O View Post
                  I believe Fess Parker, who played Davy Crockett, recently received a window in Frontierland.
                  Yup. As a proprietor of **** skin hats.

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                    Re: Main Street second story windows

                    An excellent alphabetical online resource of most the windows in Disneyland, can be found here:

                    http://www.laughingplace.com/Info-ID-DL-Windows.asp

                    Last edited by Opus1guy; 10-30-2007, 10:21 AM.

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                      Re: Main Street second story windows

                      Originally posted by Opus1guy View Post
                      An excellent alphabetical online resource of most the windows in Disneyland, can be found here:

                      http://www.laughingplace.com/Info-ID-DL-Windows.asp


                      Great link, Thanks Opus!

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