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The Magic Kingdom at WDW" - 1974 - HD Restored


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  • Video The Magic Kingdom at WDW" - 1974 - HD Restored

    The Walt Disney Company produced this film in 1974 and sold it on Super8 reels in the park. With a runtime just short of 12 minutes we are first taken on an arial tour of the Magic Kingom and we visit each land in overview and detail fashion. While silent, the film doesn't need sound to show how wonderful the park was 40 years ago.

    Technical Points - The cyan dyes on the film have faded over time and the color changes through the reel. You can also tell what side of the film was stored up; as the right side of the film has more fading than the left due to light exposure. We've restored the color to a baseline that works well for most scenes.

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    The way you remember it...

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