the tiki room, Just because i knew one of the people who did some of the voices for the birds. I never knew his real name but he went by the name of
"Dr. Birdbath" he also use to work for Spike Jones.
Dr. Horatio Q. Birdbath's real name was A. Purves Pullen. He did a lot of work with Spike Jones and was well known for his ability to whistle and make animal noises (two fine prerequisites for the Tiki Room).
The voices above New Orleans, the random voices in the building at the end of Thunder Mountain, and the hidden Mickeys.
I know theming isn't a 'little thing', but no other park does it as well
"What single word is the name of a magazine, a cereal, a board game, and a never-ending series of soul-crushing disappointments which slowly leech away your hope and idealism until you are nothing more than a bitter husk of a man?"
Waffle cone smell on Main Street
How all the trash cans are themed per land
How the music always blends so perfectly from land to land
That lovely seating area in what was once "Wizard of Bras"
Atmosphere talent, ie: Trash Can Trio, Steel Drum Band, NOS tap dancer
Saturday night swing dancing
Dole pineapple juice on a hot day
Walking through the castle
The light in Walt's apartment
Main Street windows (cast door being my fav! )
I could go on all night! Disneyland is made up of "little things", that's what makes it so great!
The sound of the Mark Twain blowing it's Steam whistle and bell ringing when it leaves the dock. The Jazz music in New Orleans Square. The sound of the telegraph doing Walt's opening day speech at the Frontierland Station, with the voices of folks on the other side of the tracks. The voice over of the train conductor, "FOR A TRIP AROUND WALT DISNEY'S MAGIC KINGDOM" that part really gets me.
Those are just some of them I'm sure there's more.
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