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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Just started watching it, but can't help to question the choice of the Illuminations finale (from EPCOT) music for the opening montage.
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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    ugh i gotta wait til christmas to get my hands on it

    o, the pains of having a birthday before christmas ... you can't buy anything for yourself between the two holidays

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by Junthor View Post
    I'm Still Waiting for mine... *cries*
    Know how you feel. I have to wait for mine til Christmas. (*tear*)

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    i'm getting mine this weekend, glad to hear the reviews are great

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Woo!!! Cant Wait For Mine To Get Here =d!

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    I'll probably buy it Friday.

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Wait what is this DVD? Can somebody send me a link to an Amazon page or something?


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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
    Wait what is this DVD? Can somebody send me a link to an Amazon page or something?
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...3D1CPD687NA2MN

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Was this the one that was supposed to be released for the 50th Anniversary?


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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
    Was this the one that was supposed to be released for the 50th Anniversary?
    Yes, it was the same. Finally released as a Walt Disney Treasure DVD.
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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    I just posted this up in the news section earlier today, but I'll say it here as well.

    The "People Places Disneyland" footage in this new DVD set is easily the most amazing I've ever seen in my life. It's one thing to see still shots of the 1950's, but to see these aerial shots of the park is just mind blowing. Tom Sawyer's island with barely any trees, no Matterhorn, the old hotel, orange groves surrounding the park, no pirates or NOS....it goes on and on. I'll proabably watch that another 50 times this weekend.

    Unbelievable....

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by localdisnyfan View Post
    The "People Places Disneyland" footage in this new DVD set is easily the most amazing I've ever seen in my life. It's one thing to see still shots of the 1950's, but to see these aerial shots of the park is just mind blowing. Tom Sawyer's island with barely any trees, no Matterhorn, the old hotel, orange groves surrounding the park, no pirates or NOS....it goes on and on. I'll proabably watch that another 50 times this weekend.

    Unbelievable....
    Amen! I have watched "People and Places" with the original narration, commentary by Baxter and Maltin, and the 5.1 soundtrack only track, and each time I am simply swept away with it all. The opening flyover shot of 1956 Disneyland is simply stunning beyond words. I love seeing the police sax quartet, the Oldsmobile parade, and the bold paint color scheme of Main Street. I absolutely adore seeing how nicely dressed the men, women and children are for a day in the parks. I am astounded to see what early Frontierland was like, with its covered wagons, Indians, mine trains and pack mules. I can't believe how kids are fishing on Tom Sawyer Island. I enjoyed seeing the striped awnings of the fiberglass Jungle Cruise boats and the serious-scripted (but charmingly dressed) skippers, taking a shot or two at those menacing hippos. I marvel Tomorrowland in all its wonderful 1950s glory, the Autopia without a center beam and aluminum bumpers around its cute little cars with DISNEYLAND license plates, and the original spinning Rocket Jets, the state flags - even the Phantom Boats. I envy the children climbing the Chicken of the Sea pirate ship and riding the Skyway in those funky buckets, and seeing the Disneyland Band playing while spinning manically in teacups is truly a sight to behold.

    People and Places is a sheer joy, a time capsule into a simpler, more innocent time of neckties and ticket books. I laughed, cried, and was simply in awe throughout. Every time I see it, I want to start over and see it again. In fact, I've been meaning to get back to it tonight...
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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by 2DieFR View Post
    I love seeing the police sax quartet, the Oldsmobile parade, and the bold paint color scheme of Main Street. I absolutely adore seeing how nicely dressed the men, women and children are for a day in the parks. I am astounded to see what early Frontierland was like, with its covered wagons, Indians, mine trains and pack mules. I can't believe how kids are fishing on Tom Sawyer Island. I enjoyed seeing the striped awnings of the fiberglass Jungle Cruise boats and the serious-scripted (but charmingly dressed) skippers, taking a shot or two at those menacing hippos. I marvel Tomorrowland in all its wonderful 1950s glory, the Autopia without a center beam and aluminum bumpers around its cute little cars with DISNEYLAND license plates, and the original spinning Rocket Jets, the state flags - even the Phantom Boats. I envy the children climbing the Chicken of the Sea pirate ship and riding the Skyway in those funky buckets, and seeing the Disneyland Band playing while spinning manically in teacups is truly a sight to behold.

    People and Places is a sheer joy, a time capsule into a simpler, more innocent time of neckties and ticket books. I laughed, cried, and was simply in awe throughout. Every time I see it, I want to start over and see it again. In fact, I've been meaning to get back to it tonight...
    Wow! What a great review! Makes me wish I had lived back then to have seen and experienced all that first hand.

    Oh...wait a minute. I did!



    Yep...that Disneyland Park was indeed something very special. Wish everyone could have experienced it like we did.

    And do.


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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyoflamingo View Post
    Just started watching it, but can't help to question the choice of the Illuminations finale (from EPCOT) music for the opening montage.
    It was hard to find, but I found it at World of Disney and was up half the night watching Disc One.

    Great stuff! But I agree about the "IllumiNations" music used throughout the new doc. If I didn't know the music it wouldn't be bothersome though. It's a minor quibble though. The doc is slick, but it's thankfully a lot more interesting than the puff piece it could have been.

    I'll crack into Disc Two in a couple of days. I love those old Disneyland TV shows and can't wait to see "The Golden Horseshoe Revue."

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    Re: Watching my Disneyland Secrets DVD

    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBob View Post
    I would like to say i watched my copy last night, but.....

    All of the retail locations i went to (Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, F.Y.E., Suncoast, even Circuit City, whos owned by the mouse) didnt have one to spare....

    Grrrrrrr
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