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Disney Nuclear Powerplant

Disney World is Legally Allowed to Build a Nuclear Plant in Their Florida Location. This is According to a Law Issued in the 1960’s.

The Walt Disney Company is an American multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate based in the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Over the years, the company expanded its amusement park throughout the United States and to some locations. But did you know that there is a law that allows Disney to build a nuclear …

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Tarzan

Why Was Tarzan Removed from Disney Parks?

Walt Disney came up with the concept of a Disney-themed amusement park after visiting several similar places back in the 30s and 40s with his daughters. Initially, he thought of creating an attraction just next to the studio in Burbank to entertain visitors.  The Tarzan character was temporarily removed from the Disney Parks because visitors …

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On Disneyland’s opening day in 1955, an invitation-only crowd of 15,000 was expected, but thanks to counterfeit tickets, 28,154 entered the gates. A few more even scaled a fence, using a ladder erected by an entrepreneur who charged $5 a head. On the Santa Ana Freeway, there was a 7-mile backup

Disneyland’s Disastrous Opening Day Whether or not Walt Disney wished upon a star, his dreams were about to come true as nearly half of the United States gathered around black-and-white televisions on July 17, 1955. After more than two decades of planning and a breakneck year of construction, the Mickey Mouse creator had transformed a …

On Disneyland’s opening day in 1955, an invitation-only crowd of 15,000 was expected, but thanks to counterfeit tickets, 28,154 entered the gates. A few more even scaled a fence, using a ladder erected by an entrepreneur who charged $5 a head. On the Santa Ana Freeway, there was a 7-mile backup Read More »