Yellow Ponchos of Yester World

Written by Werner Weiss. Posted in Disney History, Features, Walt Disney World, Werner Weiss

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Published on April 03, 2014 at 8:00 pm with 4 Comments

When it’s sunny at Yester World, guests are dressed in every imaginable color. But when it rains, the predominant color is yellow.

 

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  1. I still have mine, even some Universal ones.

  2. When I first visited in 1989 I remember there being clear ponchos with the three parks logo (castle, spaceship earth & ear full tower) which were used on the plastic bags at the same time. When I went back in the 90s these had changed to yellow mickey ones and similar poach onus ones which was the animated film released that year by Disney in the US

  3. The yellow ones would make great merchandise for K-Mart (which carries plenty of licensed Disney these days.) As safety gear for crossing dark, wet streets they would be phenomenal.

  4. I still have my yellow poncho and a cool Disney pin with Mickey himself wearing a yellow Mickey Mouse poncho!