Way back in the mid to late 1970's when Super 8mm Sound films were just about to be replaced by videotape as the mainstream medium for home movies and souvenir films...Disneyland released this Super 8 Sound film on the making of the Magic Kingdom: "Disneyland, From Dream to Reality"
I recall being rather excited when this was released because prior to it, there simply was no film or video that one could have at home about the building of Disneyland. And some of the footage in the film had never been seen by some of us before. I remember threading my Super 8 Sound projector many times, and screening this film for any of my unlucky friends or neighbors that happened by our house.
It was extremely well made and edited for its time, compared to most other souvenir films that looked pretty slapped together back then.
If you can get over the use of Florida's castle at the beginning and end (a very common error or "who cares" in all sorts of film and printed media in those days)...and can get past the somewhat annoying, "Do-do-do" background harmonizing...it's still a pretty good little film with some interesting vintage clips in it. I was thrilled to happen upon it on YouTube.
I think it would be fun to re-release this with the Steve Marting 50th film and perhaps a few other pieces that have been done on the building of Disneyland in the past, on DVD. It may look kinda lame today, but I think old films like this do a good job of capturing and conveying the "spirit" of the times they were made in.
Apologies if this had been posted before. I searched and couldn't find it.