Space narrowly beats Buzz in my book, although I absolutely adore the fireworks... can't we just love them all? I've seen The 1st 50 years five times, and will probably see it another 10 before it leaves. They did a great job on that, too.
I'd Say Happiest faces, so all who have been there, can sort of be there, and be a part of the park. I am sure there are many parents, grandparents, freinds and others of great importance to those who sent in pictures who are no longer with us. But in those mosaics, they are here for a very special celebration.
Even Thinner pictures of ME!..... I sure do miss THAT guy!......lol
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I voted for the fireworks. Even though I'm glad that Space Mountain is back and upgraded...I miss some of the personality that used to be in the queue, and it was more of a necessary thing to clean it up rather than have it as something special for the 50th. The fireworks are truly special.
Um, you could actually vote for as many as you want. I voted for the parade, fireworks, and First 50 Years. But I have to agree with you on this list Disneykat, EXCEPT for number 2! (And I wasn't at the BB, so not number 8 either.) But I loved having SO many ears in the park, the morale of the CMs that day, and such a wonderful gang of people to be with!!
Originally Posted by Disneykat
Just one?? I could no sooner count the stars in the heaven!!!!!
1. How well organized everything was when it came to crowd control in the morning. Kudos to DLR!!!!
2. The frosting on the cupcakes
3. The hats
4. the Maps
5. Seeing Art Linkletter
6. Spending time with some of the greatest Disney fans EVER
7. Having the CM's cheer and get us even more excited as we walked into the park. They made US feel like celebrities
8. Prime Rib at BB
9. Being so close to Mickey at 4:45pm dedication
10. The 4:45pm Dedication
11. Being in the Happiest p[ace on earth on the 50th Birthday!!!!
I have too say the Fireworks, because how many kids are going to remember this show for years to come. With Tink flying over the castle. Standing at the pole on the 17th, was definitely very cool.
When I went for my first time in the 70's I could not forget the fireworks show they had then with Tink.
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