One Man's Dream is a great little film on the broad sketch of Walt Disney's life and career (prepped for Walt's 100th birthday a few years back) - - now it has been improved for showings at WDW by replacing improper host Michael Eisner with classic Disney symbol Julie Andrews.
I know a lot of people who are into this subject and want to see this film, but never have, as they wouldn't ever go to DCA or even find it hidden in that animation screening room when it played in Anaheim. I'm repeatedly telling people about its mere existence - people who should know about it.
A movie about Walt (and such a good one at that) should really be playing IN Disneyland itself - epecially during the Disneyland 50th celebration. And there is no cost problem - no in theatre effects - all they need is a new print and a prominent location to screen it.
If they brought it back - it would certainly be preferable to Honey I Shrunk the Audience (even though its not TL themed, it IS Walt themed) - - or maybe most appropriately, a quick conversion of the Main Street Cinema into a small screening room (which would be a good idea no matter what film was playing).
Who else would like to see One Man's Dream return to Disneyland in Anaheim? I would replace the tired Honey with that in a minute!