The Secret Tour of Disneyland, a DVD Review
The Secret Tour of Disneyland was a DVD title that Jeff and George reviewed on Communicore Weekly a while ago. Here’s the retro-review of this really fun DVD!
George: I’ve seen the ads on various websites for the Secret Tour of Disneyland and I always wondered how good it was. The weird thing is that I’ve never talked to anyone that had ordered it. Also, Jeff and I are East Coast and are true Walt Disney World fanboys. So, when they offered to send us review copies, I was very curious.
Jeff: Aside from being a Walt Disney World guy, I’ve always harbored a love of Disneyland, even with only (gasp!) two trips out there (with a third to come soon, thank you kindly). [Editor’s Note: Jeff still lived in New Jersey when this review was written.] While I do have a wealth of knowledge about the vacation kingdom of the world, I do not know nearly as much about Disneyland. Sure, I know a lot, but not nearly as much as I wanted to. Being a huge Disney history nerd, the Secret Tour of Disneyland happily satisfied my every need.
George: John Delmont is the producer and his daughter, Lauren is the host. It’s a 2.5 hour dvd that takes you all over Disneyland (and a few places outside the park) to learn about some secrets of Disneyland. Lauren is a charming host and its quite obvious that they spent a lot of time in the park filming and putting the show together.
George: So, who’s going to like this DVD? Well, honestly, anyone that has been to Disneyland. It’s a great DVD to sit and watch as a family and relive a lot of your favorite attractions. Everyone except the most diehard fans are going to learn something new about Disneyland. It felt a little slow at times (more for effect), so it might be easier to watch it over multiple viewings if there are younger kids watching. Overall, I thought it was a lot of fun and it was very charming. There quite a few things that I learned and it was great to see the Lilly Belle.