The Boy Wonder, who is now nine, LUUUUUUVS the Main Street Cinema!! We have spent up to AN HOUR in there many times. We sit up on the circular stage and it's extremely uncomfortable. He watches the cartoons over and over and I lean up against a sharp railing and take a little snooze.
I should also mention the Boy Wonder loves Innoventions. I've spent an hour sitting on/sliding off of a concrete mushroom while he plays video games.
And I can't wait for the first week of June, so we can do it again!!
We stop in every time we visit...it's a must. It's quiet and a great time to view some of the classics. I'm terrified that it will one day be closed and in this age of "bigger, faster, etc.", we will lose an important part of history in the Park.
it went once, it was really cool until a group of 13 year old middle schoolers came in and started making out. Then I was all lyke, "Git cho @$$ out of heer!" And I scared them away and starting making out with my GF..........
Im jk i dont have a GF........ Any takers?.
No really its a cool place to go if you just wanna chill out and stuff.
I had popped in once or twice before I started working there. Now, since it's technically one of my attractions, I swing through every time I'm headed up Main Street (unless I'm in a particular hurry) to up the counts and make sure everything's cool inside.
Nish, you've got the order of the screens correct. And I'm too lazy to check back and see who said that Steamboat Willie isn't the first Mickey cartoon, but: Plane Crazy was produced first, but released later (I think it was released third) so they could add a soundtrack. Steamboat Willie was the first Mickey Mouse cartoon ever released, and so marked the public debut of Mickey, Minnie, and Pete.
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Main Street Cinema is awsome! (R.I.P. Main Street Cinema, Magic Kingdom, WDW )
All of these little areas are what really make Disneyland. I highly recommend to anyone to just go and do as few E-Tickets as possible at least once.
Originally Posted by 2DieFR
According to the Main Street Cinema page on Disneyland.com's site, Mickey and Minnie made their debut in Steamboat Willie. But that certainly isn't true; Plane Crazy was their first cartoon.
While Plane Crazy was made first, the public saw Steamboat Willie first. Disney is counting in order of release, not production.