I am at Walt Disney World this week–with very limited Internet access–so the postings will be Live Updates From the Parks! There won’t be another Geek-End Update until April 12.
- FoxxFur has updated her quest for coffee at Walt Disney World over at our sister blog.
- Rob at Cels and Setups details the process he uses for restoring some of the cels he has been fortunate enough to purchase. He even talks a little about the Art Corner at Disneyland.
- Don at Magical Hotel has posted some early Disneyland monorail material. You do need to scroll past the blog entry to see the scans and pictures.
- Richard from Photos From the Parks details some great billboards for us!
- Daveland has some nice POTC Disneyland details at his Pirates blog.
- Matterhorn at Stuff From the Parks spends another day at the Ink And Paint Department.
- Jim at Tulgey Wood shares a scan from the Disneyland AP newsletter about the new Pixar Play Parade.
- Disneyana World finishes the tour of the pop culture museum–and shares a strange Castle Coaster game.
- Daveland has posted scans of the Devlin Family collection. He starts us out with Tomorrowland construction shots from 1959. Dave also has a great post about the Frontierland Railroad station and its connection for Grizzly Flats.
- Michael Sporn talks about one of his favorite animation books, The Art of Animation.
- Jedblau at Vintage Disneyland Goodies shares a 1958 map to help you find your way home!
- Jeff Pepper from 2719 Hyperion details the Official Toontown Seal (cracks me up everytime I type that!).
- Carrie and Sam from Haunted Mansion Collectibles finish up their 24 hours with Legendary Imagineers. Wow…
- Andy at the Backside of Water muscles in with another detail shot.
- Progessland from Disneyland Nomenclature has a great post with some Disneyland newspaper ads.
- The Doombuggies.com official blog points us to an older Disneyland Nomenclature post about the origins of the building for Anaheim’s Haunted Mansion.
- Chris at the OC History Roundup shares more information about the Wizard of Bras–including a picture of the Wizard(ess).
- Jack Spence from The World According to Jack has another great round of early 1970 WDW pictures. Thanks, Jack!
- Ed from The Blog Wore Tennis Shoes posts some vintage Magic Kingdom shots from 1972. I love these types of photos. Ed posts another round of Cinderella Castle shots and a few others, this time!
- Alain at Disney and More has a post with concept art and models of Disney’s America.
- John Frost from the Disney Blog links to a great 1967 home video of Disneyland. John also shares a page from a gift catalog that will be on everyone’s Christmas/Birthday list this year!
- Kevin Kidney has some great scans of a few pencil sketches of the Chemitron.
- Lou Mongello blogs live from WDW over at Louminations! (Where did he get that idea?)
- Ryan at the Main St. Gazette talks about Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s top 10 animal program achievements.
- Michael Barrier digs a little deeper into Walt’s Kansas City days with a post about Rudy Ising.
- Major Pepperidge shares some photos from the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair.
- Rob at Animation Backgrounds shares two images from the Three Caballeros. I love the that you can still see the book pages in the first shot.
- Are you a Disney Code Monkey? Head Grump, Ray over at Grumpy’s Hollow talks about two podcasts that help him through his daily code.
- Cory from Boing Boing points us to a Flickr set featuring United Steel concept art for future living. Don’t forget that they constructed the Contemporary and the Polynesian.
- Greg from the Disney Obsession Complex shares about Disney Legend Carl Barks. If you know anything about comics, you know Carl Barks!
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