I'd like to see a new attraction at the Main Street Cinema that explores Walt Disney's life before he reached California, as well as his developing interest in filmmaking.
The presentation should at least begin as an early 20th Century silent film and it should show some of his first work, which is excerpted in the pieces below.
It would also be nice if around the cinema were placed allusions to seminal parts of Disney's story such as: Gertie the Dinosaur; Charlie Chaplin; and, the silent film version of "Snow White" that was the first movie Mr. Disney ever saw. These films could be presented as if they are coming soon to the Main Street Cinema, for example. And, incidentally, the original version of the attraction was designed in much this way.
Additionally, guests should be reminded in some way of Thomas Edison, and his relatively recent invention of the motion-picture camera. Placing a Laugh-O-Gram Films window on Main Street, U.S.A. would also make more sense than gracing Mickey's Toontown with one. (http://disney.go.com/disneyatoz/fami...dio/index.html)
Preserving the autobiographical nature of Main Street, U.S.A., however universalized and archetypal it may be, is important for guests to be able to understand Disneyland as a whole.