Snow White and her Prince, Ariel and Eric, and Belle and the Beast appear on three floating stages (transformed since the Jungle scene earlier) on the river, dancing to a medley of each princess’ signature song (“Some Day My Prince Will Come”, “Part of Your World”, and “Beauty and the Beast”, respectively) accompanied by lighting and water effect
Two lucky winners will get some beautifully inspired Little Mermaid Accessories. One this lovely Headband and the other this inspired little mermaid mickey mouse necklace!
This is a unique and fun way to share your love of the Little Mermaid and Disney. How perfect and fun would these be to wear to the parks. The headband will be perfect for those warm Disney vacation days! Of course they are so beautiful and fit perfectly whoever you are that you might want to just wear them all the time!
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Unusually for the time, Walt Disney insisted on children providing the voices for the animals in Bambi when they were young, instead of using adults mimicking youngsters.
Six-year-old Peter Behn auditioned with several other children for the voice roles of Mother Rabbit’s children. When Behn said the line (in reference to Bambi), “Did the young prince fall down?”, a casting director who was watching the audition in another room shouted, “Get that kid out of here! He can’t act!” However, the Disney animators who heard the audition tape loved the sound of Behn’s voice. Behn was called back to the studio, and the character of Thumper was created largely based on his vocal performance.
Donnie Dunagan, who was the voice for young Bambi, also was the model for Bambi’s facial expressions.
Since people have acted poorly in the Lilly Belle in the past, each group has to be accompanied by a conductor. The up side to that is that you get a whole history lesson while you ride.
The guests slowly fade in and out of sight, seemingly in time with the hostess’s repeated attempts to extinguish the candles on a “death-day” cake.
Its always good to know where the restroom is I have a tag for that!
If you are planning a visit to the Napa Rose Restaurant at the Disneyland Resort, be sure to save room for a cheese plate.Michael Cox recently passed the American Cheese Certified Cheese Professional exam.
Cox was one of 121 people who passed the inaugural certification exam. Professionals from both the United States and Canada sat for the first exam, which was administered by the American Cheese Society.
The certification process was created to encourage service professionals to pursue additional education in cheese. A group of over 100 experts spent over eight years creating and fine tuning the exam, which covers the knowledge and skills required to be a true cheese expert.
You may not have heard of a ‘certified cheese professional,’ but much like a sommelier is certified in wine, a cheese professional understands how to pair cheeses, the making of cheese, its raw ingredients, nutrition, and one of the most important elements — how to handle and store cheese. They will learn how to select distributors, market and communicate about cheese, along with regulations and sanitation.
Cox will receive an official pin, embroidered patch, certified, and the honor of calling himself a Certified Cheese Professional. He will be required to re-certify again every three years.
The premise of this attraction from Disneyland past was based on Swiss Family Robinson, this attraction recreates the home the Robinson family built following a shipwreck. When their ill-fated ship, the Swallow, becomes stranded off the coast of an uninhabited South Seas island after a pirate attack, the Robinson family unites to build a new home inside a huge tree, utilizing wreckage from the ship. But the pirates return, and the Robinson family must band together and evade capture
Many people see a trip to Disneyland as something that is unpractical and a waist of hard earned money. There is so many places you can travel to, but no where compares to the magic and nostalgia that is Disneyland. So here are 3 reasons why a trip to the Disneyland Resort would be worth your time, and cash.
1. There Is Something For Everyone.
The Happiest Place on Earth is truly a place for the whole family. When they enter the gates of the Magic Kingdom, kids have a chance to embark on adventures that they could only dream of. With rides,shows, and character meet and greets, the young ones are sure to love this place. So obviously the kids are content and happy, but what do the parents get out of it you may ask? My answer is, Everything! Disneyland is a chance for adults to embrace their inner child. Cliche, i know, but oh so true! Not all the rides in the resort are slow “dark rides.” Both parks offer rides that will take care of someones thrill seeking desires. All the shows are just as entertaining for the adults as they are for the kids, in my opinion. Especially since the PG humor in many of the shows is geared towards the adults watching. Also, not to mention all the wonderful restaurants there are to choose from around the resort. These restaurants, with fun lively atmospheres, will give the grownups a chance to relax and enjoy a nice meal. The plus side to all of this is, you can partake in all this great fun without the kids complaining that they are bored, because they love it too!
2. Really Can Be Affordable.
Yes, i know what you are thinking. Theme parks are a rip off. The tickets are too high, the food prices are outrageous, and the souvenirs are not even worth it. Well, that may be all true, but if you plan and save, then you could definitely make a trip to the Disneyland Resort one that will be unforgettable. When it comes to the ticket prices, i will be the first one to vouche for Disney and say, that even though prices have gone up, you are still getting alot for your money. Hint: The more days you go the better of a deal you really get. Now for everything else like food, transportation, lodging its all about finding the best deal. Disneyland is the only theme park, that i know of, that actually allows outside food inside the park. So to save money, bring snacks in with you. Even though you are just taking a trip to a theme park a trip to the Disneyland takes planning and saving, because after all you are going to a resort.
3. Its Inspiring!
So i guess this has to be my main reason for every visit that I make to the Disneyland Resort. The place is truly an inspiration in more ways than one. When you walk into the park, you automatically get a sense of history, and nostalgia. There is alot you can learn, which makes each trip so unique and exciting. Apart from the history, Disneyland is a placed filled with creativity, and imagination. The desire to dream big, and do great things becomes contagious when you make a trip to the park. Disneyland has different meanings for different people, but one way everyone can relate is, it is a place for everyone to come and make memories that will be remembered for years to come!
This year, the Disneyland Resort’s Adopt-A-Family program helped to provide day-to-day necessities to nearly 700 individuals. From children to senior citizens, Cast Members adopted individuals and families and fulfilled their wish lists for items including pillows, toiletries, clothing and toys. A team of Disney VoluntEARS also adopted Walnut Manor Senior Center and hosted its holiday party, bringing gifts and providing the highlight of the party – an appearance by Mickey Mouse.
June 14th 1959: The Submarine Voyage ride is officially dedicated in Tomorrowland. The attraction cost about $2.5 million to create. The Nautilus and 7 sister submarines - the Triton, Sea Wolf, Skate, Skipjack, George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Ethan Allen allow 38 Disneyland guests at a time to take their own voyage to the North Pole. For the dedication of the new Submarine Voyage attraction, the opening ceremonies feature 8 live mermaids performing a synchronized swimming ballet in lagoon.