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  • Marty Sklar's retirement party at Walt Disney Imagineering

    Last thursday, a retirement celebration party happened at Walt Disney Imagineering in honor of legendary WDI Imagineer Marty Sklar.

    THE ARTICLE HAS JUST BEEN EDITED WITH NEW EXCLUSIVE PICTURES OF MARTY'S PARTY!!!



    Above: Disney Legend and WDI Ambassador Marty Sklar

    Marty Sklar was a student at UCLA and editor of its Daily Bruin newspaper in 1955 when he was recruited to create an 1890s-themed newspaper, The Disneyland News, a month before the theme park opened. After graduating, he joined Disneyland full-time in 1956.
    In 1961, he moved to WED Enterprises, renamed in 1986 to Walt Disney Imagineering, where he worked on attractions for the 1964 New York World's Fair. Among the attractions he helped to design during this period were The Enchanted Tiki Room and It's a Small World, the latter originally for the World's Fair. For nearly 10 years, he wrote personal materials for Walt Disney for use in publications, television and special films. In 1974 he became vice president of concepts/planning, and guided the creative development of EPCOT Center.

    As vice president of creative development, executive vice president and then president of Imagineering for nine years, Sklar supervised the design and construction of Tokyo Disneyland, the Disney-MGM Studios, Disneyland Paris, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's California Adventure, Tokyo DisneySea, the Walt Disney Studios Park and most recently Hong Kong Disneyland. As former Disneyland International chairman Jim Cora later said of him, "He understands the Disney way because he learned it at Walt's knee. He is the keeper of the keys, the conscience, the Jiminy Cricket for the organization".

    Read all details about Marty's party - and see the FANTASTIC departure card that Imagineer Hani El-Masri designed for Marty in the full article here:

    http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/20...rement_18.html

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    Last edited by loaloa55; 07-18-2009, 10:00 PM.
    http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/

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    Re: Marty Sklar's retirement party at Walt Disney Imagineering

    This was AMAZING. Thank you Alain. Quite the cast of Disney big wigs!

    Many talented and wonderful people were there! Among them: Alice Davis, Rolly Crump, Richard Sherman, Mickey Steinberg, Orlando Ferrante and his wife, Walt Peregoy, Julie Svendsen, Tony Baxter, Eric Jacobson, Eddie Sotto, Tom Morris, Bob Weis, Barbara Hastings (Marty's assistant for many years), Dave Smith, Dave Snyder, Nelson Meacham, Frank Armitage and his wife Karen and Nicole Armitage his daughter, Valerie Edwards, Kim Irvine, Craig Russell, Bruce Vaughn, Robert and Lori Coltrin, Stan Dodd, Kathy Mangum, Chris Runco, Greg Wilzbach, Paul Comstock, Dick Cook, Steve Anderson, and many more.
    Great photos as well!!!
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      Re: Marty Sklar's retirement party at Walt Disney Imagineering

      Great photos. Thanks for the link!


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        Re: Marty Sklar's retirement party at Walt Disney Imagineering

        Wow! Amazing pictures! I love that they did all the attraction posters for him and the retirement card was great. I already checked on eBay for a Martyland button...no luck.
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          Re: Marty Sklar's retirement party at Walt Disney Imagineering

          Looked like a great bash!
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