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  • A Disneyland Bedtime Story

    Here’s a short Disneyland bedtime story you can print out then read to your young daughter, son or the kid you’re babysitting. This can help teach them that they don’t need to see pictures, but can picture things in their heads.

    “A Disneyland Bedtime Story”
    The End.

    My daughter clapped when I finished telling this to her, so I thought it was better than most of the stories I’ve made up for her. Feel free to forward this to anyone and to change it to add your favorite rides or to fit another Disney park. I think this could be a good children’s book or a short video—like the Disneyland marriage proposal film that was so popular on youtube. Of course, this would cost a million dollars more to make, so that’s not gonna happen. If Disney made “A Night at Disneyland” with Ben Stiller, I’d be happy to be one of the six or so writers to take a crack at the screenplay!

    Shirt bio.: I, T. Sinsky, attended USC Film School’s Graduate Screenwritng Program.
    Last edited by jcruise86; 03-09-2010, 08:05 AM.

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