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The Voice of Disneyland, the late Jack Wagner, didn’t always get things right (and sometimes he just liked to mess around). You may recognize his voice from such spiels as “Remain seated, please. Permanecer sentados por favor” at Disneyland’s Matterhorn, and “Please stand clear of the doors. Por favor manténganse se alejado de las puertas” on Walt Disney World’s Monorail system.

(If you’ve got kids around, you should know that there’s adult language in this before you press play.)

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Is on His Way to Disney California Adventure Park

mrgeef:

Oswald is coming to California Adventure, with appearances starting on September 14th. Wonder how long it will take for him to make it to Florida?

Marking my calendar now. Yes, please.

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iemmaspook:

"Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of Hell!" (I wish they kept the original dialogue from Sleeping Beauty in Fantasmic!, but oh well.)
Photos taken in August 2013.

I’ve seen Fantasmic! so many more times than I’ve seen Sleeping Beauty that I often forget that the original line isn’t "Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of my imagination!"

This has led to theories among my friends that Maleficent’s imagination is hell.
(Also, given the latest Kingdom Hearts installment, we tend to double over and crack up at, “You may think you’re so powerful, but this is my dream!”)
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mrgeef:

iemmaspook:

"Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of Hell!" (I wish they kept the original dialogue from Sleeping Beauty in Fantasmic!, but oh well.)
Photos taken in August 2013.

I’ve seen Fantasmic! so many more times than I’ve seen Sleeping Beauty that I often forget that the original line isn’t "Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of my imagination!"

This has led to theories among my friends that Maleficent’s imagination is hell.
(Also, given the latest Kingdom Hearts installment, we tend to double over and crack up at, “You may think you’re so powerful, but this is my dream!”)
Zoom Info
mrgeef:

iemmaspook:

"Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of Hell!" (I wish they kept the original dialogue from Sleeping Beauty in Fantasmic!, but oh well.)
Photos taken in August 2013.

I’ve seen Fantasmic! so many more times than I’ve seen Sleeping Beauty that I often forget that the original line isn’t "Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of my imagination!"

This has led to theories among my friends that Maleficent’s imagination is hell.
(Also, given the latest Kingdom Hearts installment, we tend to double over and crack up at, “You may think you’re so powerful, but this is my dream!”)
Zoom Info

mrgeef:

iemmaspook:

"Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of Hell!" (I wish they kept the original dialogue from Sleeping Beauty in Fantasmic!, but oh well.)

Photos taken in August 2013.

I’ve seen Fantasmic! so many more times than I’ve seen Sleeping Beauty that I often forget that the original line isn’t "Now you shall deal with me, and all the powers of my imagination!"

This has led to theories among my friends that Maleficent’s imagination is hell.

(Also, given the latest Kingdom Hearts installment, we tend to double over and crack up at, “You may think you’re so powerful, but this is my dream!”)

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mrgeef:

disneylandguru:

Eagle eyed guests may have spotted a giant spider, attached to the glass in the Haunted Mansion’s Ballroom. The spider and its web were placed to cover a large crack in the glass sheet that helps project the Ballroom’s ghastly effects.

The Disneyland Legend is that a kid with a slingshot created the crack, although it could have been a stray bullet from the ghostly duel. Since the giant panes of glass were positioned before the Haunted Mansion’s construction was completed, it would have taken a great deal of effort and money to replace the broken glass. Placing a giant spider and web over the crack created a creepy and inexpensive solution to the problem.

Definitely not a slingshot. There’s no way a slingshot sends something through the glass and then all the way to the wall beyond it with enough force to put a hole in the wall. It was a .22 caliber firearm.

In 1974, a guest concealed a firearm and brought it into the park. They not only fired this shot in the Haunted Mansion, but also another in Adventures Thru Inner Space. The bullet fragments at both locations matched up.

There was also a third bullet hole found in the Grand Canyon Diorama section of the Disneyland Railroad, which is generally assumed to have happened on that same day.

queercrodile asked:

Hi, so I heard about a "dead body" hidden under the stairwell in the Hollywood Tower Hotel? Do you know anything about that?

mrgeef:

I must say that’s a new one to me. But I did a little digging around (if that failed I was going to ask which Hollywood Tower Hotel and then send an ask to someone who is more familiar with it) and it turns out that, at least in California’s version, there is one.

Below one of the stairwells in the exit (on the south side), there is a caged-off area. And inside that cage…well, here’s a photo, courtesy of Daveland

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Other than this photo, the only other mention I found was actually on Foursquare:

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Sometimes the weird Disney rumors turn out to be true.

There’s actually a reason behind this! One of my friends knows Twilight Zone a lot better than I do, and when she pointed the body out to me, she told me that, like everything else on the ride, the body is a reference to a Twilight Zone episode - in this case, Dead Man’s Shoes.

(Personally, I think the little girl’s voice coming out of the wall in the upper queue is a hell of a lot creepier, but that’s just me.)

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