A photograph of the painting that Minnie Mouse was doing of Goofy’s Barnstormer. If you looked out the window of Minnie’s House, you could see the Barnstormer attraction. Obviously, Minnie painted this before it was turned into an attraction. I do hope that the Imagineering Archives saved the painting.
On with the Disney-related links for this week.
- Walt Disney World’s 20th Press Kit
I love Disney press kits!
- Secret Entrance! November 1970
Not only a secret entrance but a fantastic book-related find!
- 2011 Best in World of Yesterday – Vacationland
Ryan shares an amazing map from an unlikely source.
- Meet The Mouse
Michael Crawford points his studied eye towards a newer Magic Kingdom attraction. Does it stack up?
- A Walk Through the Walt Disney Family Museum
SamLand takes us on a tour of the Walt Disney Family Museum.
- The Enterprise-EPCOT Signage Similarity
Futurprobe does it again!
- Didier Ghez’s 2011 Disney Book List
Didier runs down the list of great Disney books released this year.
- The New XPass: What Does It Mean for You and Me? By Bob Angelo.
Bob Angelo does a guest post and editorializes on the rumors of the X-Pass.
- Coming Soon! The Carthay Circle to DCA!
Robert at a Filmic Light takes a seriously in-depth look at the Carthay Circle building at DCA.
- Mural-Removin’ Season at Disney
Sometimes progress hurts a lot…
- 2011 Best in Photo Safari – Pioneer founders
Ryan from the Main Street Gazette shares some details from Minnie’s Country House.
- Mouth Of The Mouse – A Character’s Best Friend
Jeff Heimbuch offers another castmember interview…with character.
- Chasing the Moon
Shane from Parkeology has an interesting collectible to share.
- Claude Coats: The Art of Deception and the Deception of Art
Long Forgotten Haunted Mansion shares another insightful post. Claude Coats was truly a master.
George also writes food related pieces over at the Disney Food Report where he focuses on the nerdier side of Disney dining. He is also a travel agent with Pixie Vacations and you can email him at [email protected] for free vacation planning and help booking your next Disney vacation. For fun and quirky Disney links you can follow him on twitter @biblioadonis.