- Ed from the Blog Wore Tennis Shoes posts about a Disney Trivia book from 1984 that might have doubled as a Disney Channel giveaway. Any one else know about it? Ed shares another book (you know me…I have a thing for books) that has a sneak peak of Cinderella.
- Dave from Davelandblog has posted a great 1968 picture of the Mary Blair Tomorrowland mural that was covered during a renovation in the 1980’s. He has another post with shots from the Submarine Voyage and the People Mover. This guy never stops!
- Major Pepperidge from Gorilla’s Don’t Blog has scanned some slides showcasing the Subs from 1960 & 1961.
- Michael from Michael Sporn Animation shares some of the extras from the Sword in the Stone DVD.
- Lisa from my life of the wdw-d list has a post exalting the hidden outlets of the Magic Kingdom. For those of us techno-geeks, this post is inspiring!
- Richard from Photos From the Parks talks about transitions. He shares the one between Fantasyland and Liberty Square.
- Massimo from Town Squre Photography has some beautiful shots of Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant from Disneyland Paris.
- Vintage Disneyland Tickets has scanned two guidebooks. One from 1974 for WDW and a 1980 Disneyland one.
- Andy from the Backside of Water adds his application for the Crate Appreciation Society. Still waiting on my application…
- Honor at Blue Sky Disney has an incredible post detailing the influences of Verne, Burroughs and Wells.
- Carrie & Sam from Haunted Mansion Collectibles posts some really cool fan-made bride shots.
- Cory the Raven from Voyages Extraordinaires has a detailed look back at the history of the Disneyland Railroad. Very thorough and very entertaining!
- Steve at the Tag Blog has a post with a few of the background artists from Disney during the making of the Jungle Book. Pretty interesting story about Art Riley and the grocery store.
- Jeff from 2719 Hyperion returns with another great Lost Imagineering piece.
- Just in case you haven’t seen it, Lou Mongello has decided to join the blog-o-sphere with Louminations! I’m not sure when he’ll have the time to post, with his award-winning podcast, trivia books, forums and the Dream Team Charity, but I am looking forward to it!
- In our it’s not a blog post but it is really cool section is Michael Barrier’s recent essay, The World’s Richest Duck. Head over there and spend some time. I promise you will enjoy it. It is a very insightful look into the origins of Scrooge McDuck and his billions.
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