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Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and More!

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  • Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and More!

    I've been slowly going through some old home movie footage and putting together Disneyland montages from when I was a kid. Here's some good stuff from the summer of 1965:


    You can also view it in high quality on YouTube:


    Enjoy.
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    Re: Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and Mo

    That was kool DisneyTim. You have inspired me to go through my old film and see what I have. 1965 was the year I got drafted to go to that land war in southeast Asia. Long time ago.

    Mike
    Yep, still in Lakeside

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      Re: Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and Mo

      Originally posted by One_Rev View Post
      You have inspired me to go through my old film and see what I have.
      I highly recommend it. I had 3 1/2 hours of 8mm home movies slowly deteriorating in a closet. Converting them to digital was the best thing I could do. I'm having a blast being able to see and share them again.
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        Re: Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and Mo

        I want the Midget Autopia in my yard :judge:

        Such awesome footage.

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          Re: Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and Mo

          i looove ur videos! on thanksgiving i was goin through some old photo albums found a bunch of old d-land pics from when my mom was a kid. some as far back as 66

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            Re: Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and Mo

            Wow, wonderful footage. Thanks for sharing!

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              Re: Disneyland 1965 - Jungle Cruise, Submarine Voyage, Indian Village, Autopia and Mo

              I have never been to Disneyland, but that jungle cruise looked awesome! In 1965 I was 4years old, that would had been so over the top! Even in this time it looks pretty cool. The native dancer is performing a hoop dance, I have been to a few Pow Wows and it's pretty rare to see hoop dancers now, but I have seen a few. This guy is good. Thanks for sharing your memories, I really enjoyed watching you montage.
              Nancy
              orlando transportation

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