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Anticipation builds for Disney's bash - Sun-Sentinal 5/4/05


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  • Anticipation builds for Disney's bash - Sun-Sentinal 5/4/05

    Article from Sun Sentinal available at - 5/4/05:
    Anticipation builds for Disney's bash
    Disneyland's 50th-birthday bash kicks off around the world this week -- and big crowds are expected -- but some of the company's faithful fans will be sitting it out in Central Florida.

    They won't be heading to California, and they won't be trekking to Walt Disney World. At least for now.

    "There's no reason to go and fight the crowds," said Arlen Miller, president of Orlando's local Disneyana fan club and editor of the club's newsletter "World Tales and Mouse Review." "Why would I want to go wait in line for two hours when I could just go next week and the wait will be down to five minutes?"
    My finger points.

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