Tag Archives: Disney History


Nikita Khrushchev’ “Almost Visit to Disneyland…

This article about a curious event in Disneyland history will jog the memories of many a baby boomer, which experienced the turbulent and uncertain times of what was known as the “Cold War.” This term […]


Disneyland and Televison…Perfect Together

One could say without much argument the Walter Elias Disney was one of the most influential people of the 20th century, or perhaps, even in history. He was a dreamer, showman, and a creative and […]


Video Interview with Disney Historian Jim Korkis…

A Video Interview with Disney Historian Jim Korkis There is so much to love about Disney! The shows, attractions, the parks, and for many, the simple pleasures of just walking down Main St. USA. For […]


Walt’s First Music Man…Carl Stalling

Walt Disney could without any argument be included among history’s greatest legions of Innovator’s, Dreamers and Showmen. Walt had the uncanny ability to know what would work, and was a stickler for perfection. He was […]


Disney’s Queue Lines…Attractions in Themselves

We have all heard the old saw…”You can’t see the forest for the trees” and I think that it originated in Walt Disney World. The most magical place on earth is literally a treasure trove […]