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P resented here, for your enjoyment, is a magical and musical virtual Audio tour of the Happiest Place on Earth, both past and present. From this comprehensive collection of rare Audio recordings, the stay at home listener is granted their very own 'E' Ticket to adventures that recreate the ambiance and simulate the you-are-there sensation of an actual trip to the park. Just close your eyes and let your mind run free. It won't be hard to imagine you are really inside the Magic Kingdom for an exciting day at Disneyland, the place where dreams really do come true... 06 - MASCOT - 187

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1 - Walt Disney Takes You to Adventureland  01:23

 

At this gateway to adventure, Walt Disney invites visitors to enter the mysterious tropical regions of Adventureland. This exotic natural paradise features attractions set in the further most regions of the globe, from an archeological dig among ancient temple ruins, to an enchanted Polynesian tiki garden and remote jungle rivers.
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2 - Serengeti Serenade  04:27

 

This instrumental theme was originally written for the 1964 New York World's Fair for the International Gardens at the Ford Motors pavilion. Later it would be reused as the main title for the 1967 animated classic, "The Jungle Book." Today it is often associated with Adventureland, as it can be heard at the Adventure Tower in the Disneyland Hotel.
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3 - Adventureland Theme  01:23

 

How would you like to take a ride on a river boat? This bouncy little tune from a vintage 1950's Little Golden Records children's album was written to introduce youngsters to the many unforgettable jungle animal adventures that awaited them in Disneyland's Adventureland, while cruising along the tropical rivers of the world.
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4 - Disneyland is Your Land - Adventureland  01:19

 

For Disneyland's 25th anniversary celebration, a live stage show called "Disneyland is Your Land" was presented as a musical revue taking audiences on a whirlwind tour of the Happiest Place on Earth, and its themed lands. This original song was written especially for this production, representing the wild jungles of Adventureland.
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5 - A Day at Disneyland - Adventureland Theme  01:26

 

Walt Disney Home Entertainment produced its first commercially available home video featuring Disneyland in 1982. This "Day at Disneyland" presented an extensive land by land exploration of the entire park, Archival film footage, mixed with new video footage, was accompanied by music, including this exotic theme representing Adventureland.
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6 - Adventureland Suite  06:49

 

This sweeping instrumental originated from the 1956 Disneyland record album entitled Walt Disney Takes You to Disneyland, taking listeners on musical tour of the world-famous Jungle Cruise attraction. Disneyland's adventurous jungle journey was in fact the only attraction located in Adventureland during the park's earlier years.
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7 - Adventureland Gateway  03:13

 

This early area loop was once heard as guests passed through the exotic portal into Adventureland, containing the sounds of African drums, exotic birds, and beasts of the jungle. This set the mood as Disneyland guests entered a world far removed from their everyday American life, where mysteries and dangers lurked around every bend.
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8 - Plaza Pavilion Bandstand - The Kahauanu Trio  28:07

 

When Disneyland first opened, the Plaza Pavilion was one of the most unique dining locations in the park. Guests entered a late Victorian themed building facing Central Plaza, but were led to the back side the building to dine under a thatched covered roof, facing the Adventureland jungle river, with live Hawaiian music as entertainment.
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9 - Enchanted Tiki Garden - Moonlight Time in Old Hawaii  36:02

 

The original area music used for the Enchanted Tiki Garden, the waiting area located just outside the entrance to the Enchanted Tiki Room, was a collection of original Hawaiian inspired compositions orchestrated by Buddy Baker, who was also the composer of many of the original soundtracks used in Walt Disney's classic films.
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10 - Tiki Room Barker Bird  08:43

 

When the Tiki Room first premiered, it was so original that it was very difficult to describe, so a comical character was perched just outside the main entrance to welcome guests and provide a preview of the animatronic marvels found inside. Wally Boag, star of the Golden Horseshoe stage show in Frontierland, provided the voice.
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11 - Enchanted Tiki Room Attraction Preview - Jack Wagner  02:30

 

The show is about to begin, but first Jack Wagner provides an insightful attraction preview to one of Disneyland's most exotic and colorful musical adventures. After we learn all about the enchanted garden of Polynesian tiki gods, we are then introduced to the talented ornithological cast of Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room.
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12 - Enchanted Tiki Garden - Vintage Area Background Music  16:12

 

In addition to his role as the official voice of Disneyland, Jack Wagner was also charged with selecting all of the area background music used throughout Disneyland during the 1970's and 1980's. For the tropical gardens located just outside the main entrance to the Enchanted Tiki Room, he selected music with a distinctive Polynesian flair.
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13 - Dole Tiki Juice Bar - The Flavor of Hawaii  04:40

 

Dole Pineapple was the longtime sponsor of the Tiki Room, and just before the tiki gods in the enchanted garden would come to life, a short film was presented under a thatched hut roof to promote the Hawaiian Islands and the "king of fruits." Guests could also buy pineapple refreshments and the famous Dole Whip at the adjacent Tiki Juice Bar.
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14 - Enchanted Tiki Garden - Tiki Room Preshow  05:14

 

Moments before the doors to the Enchanted Tiki Room magically swing open, several Polynesian gods magically come to life and tell their stories, highlighted by Pele, the eruptive god of fire and volcanoes, Tangaroa, father of all gods and goddesses, from which new life falls from his leafy limbs, and Rongo, the kite-flying god of agriculture.
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15 - Tiki Room Show Announcement and Introduction  03:07

 

An ominous voice welcomes us to a land of joyous song and wondrous miracles as the sound of a gong seemingly directs the Tiki Room doors to swing open. As we enter, all appears still, as a Disneyland host taps the overhead perch of our sleepy master of ceremonies, José. As he awakens the entire room begins to come to life.
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16 - Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room  17:28

 

When the Tiki Room premiered in 1963, it was the very first Audio-Animatronic show ever presented. The show has won the hearts of generations, delighting millions for over half a century. In this tropical revue, birds sing, flowers croon, and tiki gods come to life for one of the most magical adventures in the Magic Kingdom.
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17 - Legends of the Enchanted Tiki - Demo Recording  09:18

 

This rare audio was recorded during the early development stages of what we know today as the Enchanted Tiki Room. At that time the show in development was known as, "Legends of the Enchanted Tiki," and was originally planned as a dinner show with audio-animatronic birds to entertain guests as they dined on Polynesian cuisine.
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18 - A Lesson in Audio-Animatronics  03:37

 

On a 1965 episode of Disney's prime time anthology series, Walt took TV audiences on tour of Disneyland to see all of its latest additions. This included The Enchanted Tiki Room. After being introduced by Walt, the Tiki Room barker bird gave a brief tour of the computer control room, attempting to explain how audio-animatronics work.
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19 - United Airlines - Tiki Room Preshow  06:38

 

Before Dole Pineapple took over as sponsor in the 1970's, United Airlines held the reins as corporate sponsor of the Enchanted Tiki Room. This was entirely appropriate as Hawaii was one of United Airlines most popular tourist destinations at that time, as it had only recently been admitted into the United States union as the 50th state.
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- Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room - Musical Score -

 

The soundtrack to Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room is among the most beloved in the Disney parks. The Calypso style title theme, "In the Tiki Tiki Tiki Room," was composed by legendary Disney song writers Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman. The remainder of the lush Hawaiianesque score consisted of preexisting songs, both classical and pop, given a distinctive Disney flair by legendary Disney staff composer George Bruns.
 
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20 - In the Tiki Tiki Tiki Room  02:38
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21 - Elfenchor from Die Rheinnixen (Barcarole)  02:44
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22 - Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing  03:52
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23 - Hawaiian War Chant  03:09
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24 - Farewell to You/Heigh Ho  01:47
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25 - Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing - The Mellomen  01:57

 

The sing-songy, catchy tune, from Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing," is not a Disney original. It was a popular song written in 1932 by Robert Hargreaves, Stanley J. Damerell and Tolchard Evans. This version of the song is performed by Disney's go-to quartet, the Mellomen with Thurl Ravenscroft.
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26 - One Man's Dream - I Have a Dream of My Own  05:14

 

For the 1981 television special, "One Man's Dream," the entire animatronic cast created for the future Japanese counterpart to the Enchanted Tiki Room was set up on a special sound stage, giving Marie Osmond a unique opportunity to highlight these colorful fine feathered friends in a musical moment that was indeed, unbelievable magic.
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27 - Tiki Room Ragtime Medley - Chris Calabrese  03:30

 

In 1998, pianist Chris Calabrese produced a delightful album consisting of ragtime interpretations of the many songs heard throughout the Magic Kingdom, and no tribute to the music of the Disney parks would be complete without a salute to the enchanted place where the birds sing words, the tikis chant and the flowers croon.
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28 - In the Tiki Tiki Tiki Room - Cover Versions  18:30

 

The theme song of Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room was composed by Richard and Robert Sherman. These song writing brothers were behind many memorable Disney songs from both theme parks and motion pictures throughout the 1960's. The catchy calypso rhythm of this sing-songy tune has become a classic Disney standard.
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29 - Dole Pineapple - Enchanted Tiki Juice Bar  05:20

 

At the Tiki Juice Bar, sponsored by Dole, Disneyland guests can order pineapple juice, the famous pineapple Dole Whip, a Dole Whip Float or a fresh pineapple spear. Many enjoy their tropical flavored refreshments in the shade of the Enchanted Tiki Garden or while viewing a performance of Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room.
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30 - Enchanted Tiki Garden Lanai - Area Background Music  14:23

 

The romantic sounds of Hawaiian steel guitars still provide a musical backdrop for the shaded lanai area located just outside the Enchanted Tiki Room's great ceremonial house. Here guests gather under the swaying palms in a colorful garden of tiki gods and exotic tropical flowers and wait for the main show inside to begin inside.
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- The Enchanted Tiki Room Around the World -

 

The original Tiki Room at Disneyland and Walt Disney World proved so popular, that it was adapted into Japanese as an opening day attraction in Tokyo Disneyland. While the original has always been featured in Disneyland, the other parks have presented three other versions of the show. "Under New Management" ran until 2011 in Florida, and in Japan, "Get the Fever" was replaced in 2008 by "Stitch Presents: Aloha e Komo Mai."
 
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31 - The Enchanted Tiki Room - Tokyo Disneyland  04:55
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32 - Tiki Room Under New Management - Walt Disney World  02:42
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33 - The Enchanted Tiki Room: Get the Fever - Tokyo Disneyland  06:39
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34 - Stitch Presents: Aloha e Komo Mai - Tokyo Disneyland  09:39
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35 - Whatever Happened to Rosita?  12:03

 

For over half a century, the throw-away line from The Enchanted Tiki Room, "I wonder what happened to Rosita?" left fans wondering, what actually did happen to Rosita. Well in 2018 we finally found out. She has recently been spotted along the banks of the river at the new Tropical Hideaway snack venue, telling jokes and hob-knobbing with guests.
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36 - Tropical Hideaway - Daytime Area Background Music  1:06:17

 

A new rest area and snack food venue has opened in Adventureland, replacing the Middle Eastern themed Aladdin's Oasis venue that took up this real estate since the 1990's. The new Polynesian Tropical Hideaway is a call back to the original restaurant located here, The Tahitian Terrace, and appropriate music adds to the South Seas island ambiance.
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37 - Tropical Hideaway - Evening Area Background Music  1:23:59

 

Tropical Hideaway has been a huge hit with Disneyland guests. After nightfall, this quiet corner evokes a sense of exoticism and romance, with flaring tiki torches, the mysterious sounds of the adjacent Adventureland jungle river, and the haunting tonalities of that distinctive style of exotica lounge music born out of the mid-century tiki culture craze.
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38 - The Tahitian Terrace - Atmosphere Music  15:29

 

At the Tahitian Terrace restaurant, dinner guests dined on authentic Polynesian dishes served in a setting evoking a South Sea Island paradise, with lush foliage, cascading waterfalls and colorful tropical flowers. This lavish Hawaiian luau always concluded with an exotic live revue with traditional Polynesian music and dance.
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39 - Tahitian Terrace Polynesian Revue  06:41

 

Polynesian drum beats provided much of the live entertainment at the Tahitian Terrace after-dinner revue. These distinctively native sounds were joined by a talented cast of other South Seas Island music makers, lovely hula dancers and skilled tiki torch twirlers. As a dramatic climax, daring fire walkers added even more exotic excitement.
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40 - The Royal Tahitians  34:07

 

The Royal Tahitians were a regular in-house musical group that began performing in the late 1950's at the Plaza Pavilion bandstand in Adventureland. After the original venue was replaced by the Tahitian Terrace diner theater in1962, they continued to provide much of the live entertainment for the Terrace's South Sea Island musical revue.
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41 - Tahitian Terrace - The Legend of the Island Jewel  08:56

 

In the later years of the Tahitian Terrace, what was once a more traditional Polynesian dinner revue was replaced with a lively new dinner show featuring Mickey, Donald, Goofy, Roger Rabbit and Minnie Mouse as the Jewel of the Island. Upbeat Hawaiian music replaced the native drumming to appeal to Disneyland's younger visitors.
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42 - Aladdin's Oasis - Area Background Music  33:12

 

On the heels of Disney's animated blockbuster Aladdin, the Tahitian Terrace was transformed into an Arabian oasis, complete with Oriental carpets, hanging brass lanterns, and colorful canopies. A menu of Middle Eastern dishes replaced the Polynesian fare, and the Genie in the lamp starred in a new musical comedy revue.
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43 - Aladdin's Oasis Dinner Show  25:32

 

The Aladdin's Oasis Dinner show, which replaced the long-running Tahitian Terrace Polynesian revue, premiered in 1993. This high production musical stage show retold the story of Aladdin and the magic lamp, with all the characters from Disney's 1992 animated film, and music straight from the Academy Award winning musical score.
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44 - Aladdin and Jasmine Storytale Adventures  08:06

 

After the Aladdin's Oasis dinner show finished its short run, the Oasis venue became the location for a special afternoon show aimed towards the park's younger visitors. This retelling the story of Aladdin featured a magical narrator, who took the guise of multiple characters, as well as special appearances by Aladdin and princess Jasmine.
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45 - Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Stone Tiger  18:33

 

For a limited time, the Aladdin's Oasis stage presented an Indiana Jones themed stunt show as part of what was deemed the "Indiana Jones Summer of Hidden Mysteries." This 2008 promotional event was tied into the release of the latest film in the Indiana Jones franchise, "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull."
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46 - Adventureland Bazaar - Area Background Music  43:08

 

The Adventureland Bazaar gift store is one of Disneyland's more exotic shopping opportunities, offering exquisite costume jewelry, far eastern fashions, and other rare trinkets and curios from around the world. Adding to the ambiance, the atmosphere is filled with haunting musical sounds evocative of Ali Baba and the Arabian Knights.
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47 - Adventureland Bazaar Coin Press - Rajah's Mine  00:10

 

A popular and inexpensive souvenir that many Disneyland guests enjoy collecting is pressed pennies, which can be obtained at vending machines located all over the park. Displayed prominently in the center of the Adventureland Bazaar is one of the most elaborate of these vending machines featuring a stone pedestal and elephant statue.
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48 - Aladdin's Other Lamp  04:42

 

Adding to the Arabian theme, inside the Adventureland Bazaar guests encounter a magic lamp. With the drop of a coin and a rub of the lamp, a genial magic genie becomes your "temporary servant." In lieu of three wishes, he instead offers his paying customers a prediction of the future, always foretold with a magical dose of comedy.
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49 - South Seas Traders - Shrunken Head Ned  13:01

 

Within Adventureland's South Seas Traders gift shop is the stuffy, but lovable professor, Shrunken Head Ned. He is the obvious victim of a headhunting incident, and the jungle's only self-service witch doctor. At the drop of a coin he offers a bit of his sage, yet questionable, words of wisdom and some very humorous medical advice.
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50 - The Disneyland Band - Jungle Book Medley  03:56

 

This collection of favorite songs from the 1967 Walt Disney animated feature, "The Jungle Book" was arranged by James Christensen in the late 1960's, shortly after he took over the helm as musical director of the Disneyland Band. It was often played throughout the park and remains in the Disneyland Band's repertoire to this day.
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51 - Adventureland Steel Drum Band  38:56

 

Live music can be heard in nearly every corner of every land throughout Disneyland. It is yet another one of those extra finishing details that make Disneyland the unique and special place that it is. Adding even more tropical flavor and rhythm to Adventureland, one often encounters a traditional South American steel drum band.
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52 - Big Game Safari Shooting Gallery  01:12

 

Adventureland once had a colorful shooting gallery with an African jungle motif, and was the largest and most elaborate in all of Disneyland. This was an authentic shooting gallery, predating the laser guns of today, utilizing real riffles that shot actual pellets at tin targets. The clicking and clanging sounds reverberated all over Adventureland.
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53 - Jungle Cruise 1955 Ticket Announcement  01:14

 

The world famous Jungle Cruise remains one of the park's most elaborate 'E' ticket adventures to this day, however, it originally premiered on opening day in 1955 as a 'D' Ticket ride, because the famous 'E' Ticket would not be added to Disneyland's ticketing system until 1959. Individual ride tickets were discontinued in the 1980's.
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54 - Jungle Cruise Attraction Preview - Jack Wagner  01:04

 

Hark, the jungle drums are pounding, as Jack Wagner offers an exciting preview of one of Disneyland's most time honored adventures. The Jungle Cruise takes its inspiration from many of Walt Disney's classic True Life Adventure films, and brings guests on an exciting river boat excursion through the tropical waterways of the world.
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55 - Jungle Cruise Area Background Music  18:39

 

After the 1994 opening of the Indiana Jones Adventure next door to the Jungle Cruise, the time period of this attraction has been set to the 1930's, with appropriately themed music tied into the days of the big swing bands. But originally, guests waiting for their jungle journey were treated to more traditional music native to the continent of Africa.
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56 - Tropical Imports - Shortwave Radio  09:58

 

Tropical Imports has long been a gift shop adjacent to the docks of the Jungle Cruise. To tie in with the retheming the Jungle Cruise queue area in 1994, this establishment received a major facelift. The shortwave radio broadcast at the nearby Jungle Cruise also makes several references to Tropical Imports as the local jungle trading post.
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57 - Trinidad and Tobago Showboat Orchestra  19:14

 

The rooftop of the Tropical Imports gift shop has served as the stage for live groups who perform calypso flavored music during Disneyland's peak seasons. One of the most popular of these has been performing steel drum music at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World for decades, the Trinidad and Tobago Showboat Orchestra.
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58 - Alturas  27:58

 

For the 40th Anniversary celebration in 1995, the theme was "40 Years of Adventure," tying in with Disneyland's latest 'E' ticket experience, The Indiana Jones Adventure. As part of the festivities, live entertainment became a big feature of Adventureland, which included this native Bolivian group with a distinctly South American sound, Alturus.
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59 - Adventureland Big Band  42:03

 

For a short period, when the new Indiana Jones Adventure attraction first premiered in 1995, live entertainment became a major feature of the newly revitalized Adventureland. Much of the theme for the updated land was now set during the 1930's, and so a Big Band jazz ensemble began performing regularly on the rooftop stage of Tropical Imports.
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60 - Jungle Cruise Boathouse - Global Broadcasting Service  59:29

 

The Jungle Cruise underwent a major refurbishment in the mid '90's, which included a brand new queue area, with a theme tied into the nearby Indiana Jones attraction, set in the 1930's. Now as guests await their jungle journey, they can hear a comical radio broadcast from the... Global Broadcasting Service, with vintage Big Band swing music.
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61 - Jungle Cruise Boathouse - Walt Disney World  45:15

 

The new 1930's-centric Global Broadcasting Service area loop at the new Jungle Cruise boathouse had a positive impact on Disneyland's sister park in Florida. The Walt Disney World version of The Jungle Cruise also received a new Global Broadcasting Service music loop, with its own unique playlist in the same spirit as the Disneyland variation.
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62 - Jungle Cruise Boathouse - A Strange Bird  01:20

 

To accommodate the new footprint of the Indiana Jones attraction, the Adventureland river had to be slightly rerouted, and the tropical forest section of the Jungle Cruise was condensed down. An unusual looking bird that had been fighting off a pair of crocodiles for decades was relocated to the boathouse and has been nesting in its rafters ever since.
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63 - The Jungle Cruise  00:00

 

The Jungle Cruise has been thrilling guests for over 61 years, and is one of the most magical adventures in Disneyland. As brave explorers cast off from a jungle launch, they journey deep into tropic rivers where they encounter crocodiles, monkeys, tigers, snakes, elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, rhinos, hippos and hostile jungle natives.
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64 - Sounds of the Jungle Cruise  09:08

 

The authentic sound of jungle beasts can be heard all along the waterways of the world famous Jungle Cruise. Each scene depicted throughout this classic attraction has its own distinctive soundtrack, from the birds of the tropical rain forest, to the sacred bathing pool of Indian elephants, to the herds of wild animals along the African veldt.
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65 - Your Trip to Disneyland on Records - Adventureland  02:01

 

This rare recording was part of a set of short playing cardboard picture discs positioned within an accordion booklet with a colorful map of the park. Released shortly after the 1955 opening of Disneyland, it provided children with a wistful tour of Disneyland, land by land, including Adventureland, with Tinkerbell, Mickey, Donald and Goofy.
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66 - The Adventurous Jungle Cruise  09:21

 

In 1968, Disneyland records released the original soundtrack of the Enchanted Tiki Room. The flip side of the album contained a narrated tour of the Jungle Cruise with Thurl Ravenscroft taking on the role of your jungle guide. The music used was the Adventureland Suite from the 1956 album Walt Disney Takes you to Disneyland.
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67 - Jungle Cruise Temple Cave - Walt Disney World  00:56

 

The Walt Disney World Jungle Cruise has an additional scene not found in its California counterpart. As guests approach ancient ruins, they enter a dark tunnel. Inside are lost treasures guarded by playful baboons and a threatening Bengal tiger. As guests sail carefully through this exotic catacomb, they hear ominously mysterious music.
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68 - Elephant Bathing Pool - Tokyo Disneyland  02:15

 

In 2014, Tokyo Disneyland's version of the Jungle Cruise received a major upgrade with new projection effects, special nighttime lighting and a new original soundtrack heard throughout the river voyage. The music from the elephant bathing pool sequence, composed by Chris Bacon, blends samba rhythms with mid-century exotica.
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69 - Skipper Dan  04:03

 

In 2009, Weird Al Yankovic wrote a catchy song about Skipper Dan, a failed actor who was working as a Jungle Cruise tour guide, but there have actually been some famous people who began their career as a Jungle Cruise skipper. Most notable among them are John Lasseter, Kevin Costner and one-time Nixon press secretary, Ron Ziegler.
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70 - Disney Parks Presents: The Jungle Cruise  10:26

 

In 2018, Disney Parks published a series of illustrated children's books, each based on a classic Disneyland attraction. Each book was accompanied with a special CD to listen to as you read along in your book. The Jungle Cruise storybook CD was narrated by famed Pixar animator John Lasseter, who in fact, had once been a Jungle Cruise skipper.
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- Jungle Land in Movie Land -

 

A major inspiration for Adventureland's unspecified exotic, romantic, tropical setting was Hollywood's interpretation of the lost and unexplored regions of the world. Films such as "The Mummy," King Kong," and especially the 1951 epic "The African Queen" were major influences on the overarching theme of this land. Another major influence was Walt Disney's own award winning True-Life Adventure documentary nature series.
 
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71 - The African Queen - Theatrical Trailer  02:40
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72 - Walt Disney's True Life Adventure - Water Birds  01:21
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73 - Walt Disney's True Life Adventure - The African Lion  03:15
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74 - Walt Disney's True Life Adventure - The Jungle Cat  03:15
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- Jungle Land in TV Land -

 

The Jungle Cruise was the subject of many episodes featured on the long running Walt Disney prime time anthology television series. An entire segment from a 1956 episode discussed the development of the attraction and later took audiences on a complete ride-through. It would be featured in various promotional films showcasing the park and was highlighted in TV specials such as Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration.
 
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75 - Cameras in Africa  19:27
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76 - A Progress Report - Adventureland Construction Update  06:28
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77 - Dateline Disneyland - Adventureland Preview  01:54
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78 - A Trip Through Adventureland  18:51
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79 - Mickey Mouse Club Newsreel: Jungle River Ride  01:33
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80 - An Adventure in the Magic Kingdom - Adventureland  04:50
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81 - Disneyland's 10th Anniversary - An Expanded Jungle  02:49
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82 - Sandy in Disneyland - Ted Knight: Jungle Real Estate Agent  03:14
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83 - The Magic of Adventureland  02:22
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84 - A Dream Called Adventureland  01:16
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85 - Disneyland's 35th Anniversary - Jungle Cruise Adventure  07:43
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86 - Swiss Family Robinson Overture  03:09

 

Walt Disney's live action adventure, "Swiss Family Robinson" opened in theaters in December of 1960 and became an instant classic. It was filmed entirely on location on the island of Tobago, where the original Swiss Family Treehouse was erected amongst its lush tropical forests. Two years later this tree was replicated as a Disneyland landmark.
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87 - Swiss Family Calypso  08:48

 

On a special episode of the "Walt Disney Presents" primetime TV series entitled "Escape to Paradise," Walt Disney took audiences behind the scenes to see the making of the film, "Swiss Family Robinson." To accompany this documentary footage, the Shermans wrote a calypso style tune that would later evolve into the Enchanted Tiki Room theme song.
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88 - Swiss Family Tree House Introduction - Walt Disney  01:29

 

The 1965 Disneyland 10th Anniversary episode of The Wonderful World of Color took TV audiences on a tour of Disneyland, showcasing all of its latest additions. The Swiss Family Treehouse had opened less than two years prior, so its opening day inauguration was showcased, attended by star of the film John Mills and his famous daughter Hayley.
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89 - The Swiss Family Tree House  02:03

 

Disneyland's tree house is based on the similar structure found in the 1960 feature film, "The Swiss Family Robinson." It is completely man-made, with a steel frame, concrete branches and thousands of vinyl leaves. Resonating from a pipe organ salvaged from a shipwreck, guests would hear the memorable Swisskapolka throughout Adventureland.
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90 - Tarzan's Tree House  08:02

 

In 1999, the Swiss Family Tree House was transformed into the all-new Tarzan's Tree House, based on Disney's 37th full length animated feature. This 150-ton man made mammoth has 450 branches containing over 6,000 leaves. Its scientific name is Disneydendoron semperflorens grandis, or "large ever-blooming Disney tree."
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91 - Tarzan's Tree House - Musical Score  10:17

 

When the newly rethemed Disneyland treehouse premiered in 1999, the long standing reverberations of the Swisskapolka were retired, and replaced with a new soundtrack. As guests climb through the treetop dwelling, they now hear sweeping African inspired instrumental arrangements of the songs written for "Tarzan" by Phil Collins.
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92 - Swisskapolka Gramophone  02:03

 

With Swiss Family pipe organ long removed, the Swisskapolka can no longer be heard throughout Adventureland as it had for decades, but in homage to the former attraction, Imagineers have placed an antique gramophone near the exit to Tarzan's Tree House, scratching out the once familiar tune on a worn out old vinyl record album.
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93 - Sunkist, I Presume  00:34

 

This former snack stand, presented by Sunkist, got it's unusual name from a famous quote in the history of African exploration, when a missionary named Henry Morton Stanley had a chance meeting with another missionary of similar renown named Dr. David Livingstone, simply greeting him by saying, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?"
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94 - Bengal Barbecue - Area Background Music  39:25

 

The location once known as, "Sunkist... I Presume," is today a small but very popular food stand at the western end of Adventureland that serves delicious barbecued shish kebob skewers. Here, the air is filled with the foreboding sounds of strange tropical birds, exotic beasts, and the primitive drum beats of the African continent.
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95 - Indiana Jones Theme - Area Background Music  05:07

 

The instantly recognizable theme music from the epic Hollywood adventures of famed archaeologist Indiana Jones sets the tone for the exciting expedition soon to come, but first we explore the Indiana Jones Outpost, where we find all manner of gifts, souvenirs and other collectible "artifacts" based on the popular film series.
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96 - Indiana Jones Pinball Machine  07:41

 

Located inside the Indiana Jones Outpost gift shop is a rare pinball machine originally designed in 1993 by Williams Electronics. Aside from featuring music and voice clips from the Indiana Jones series, John Rhys-Davies reprises his role as Sallah. The metal cabinet has been redecorated with bamboo and wood, or repainted for a more aged look.
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97 - Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular - Walt Disney World  08:52

 

Predating the 'E' ticket Indiana Jones Adventure by six years was a Walt Disney World attraction which opened alongside the new Disney MGM Studios park in 1989. Many elements from the Florida live stunt show "spectacular" would soon be replicated in Disneyland's ride-through experience, most notably, the famous rolling bolder scene.
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98 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Press Package Introduction  01:54

 

The opening of the Indiana Jones Adventure was a nationally publicized media event. A press package was sent out to local and national news outlets throughout the country which included publicity photos, an official press release and a video containing footage of the attraction as well as exclusive interviews with the Indiana Jones creative team.
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99 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Press Package Interviews  05:12

 

An Indiana Jones Adventure press video, sent out to news outlets throughout the United States, contained exclusive interviews with the creative and executive team behind the attraction's conception and development, including show producer Susan Bonds, art director Skip Lang, senior creative V.P. Tony Baxter, Michael Eisner and George Lucas.
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100 - Indiana Jones Adventure - TV Ads  01:32

 

A series of Indiana Jones Adventure television ads permeated the Southern California airwaves throughout the spring and summer of 1995 to promote Disneyland's latest 'E' Ticket attraction. The campaign was part of what was called "40 Years of Adventure," tying the new offering into the 40th anniversary of The Happiest Place on Earth.
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101 - Temple Excavation Grounds - Payphone Chatter  01:35

 

The Indiana Jones payphones were a fun, albeit short lived feature located within the grounds of the archaeological expedition at the Temple of the Forbidden Eye. When callers lifted the phone receiver, before receiving their dial tone a zany operator would first deliver an appropriately themed Adventureland jungle announcement.
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102 - Temple Excavation Grounds - Area Background Music  35:11

 

The outdoor queue area for the Indiana Jones Adventure was designed to look like an archaeological dig, outside an ancient structure. The time is set sometime in the mid 1930's. Within the grounds, powered by a generator, is a small crystal radio set, broadcasting authentic popular recordings from the era of Big Bands and Swing.
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103 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Temple of the Forbidden Eye  23:53

 

Within the mysterious tombs of a legendary lost temple, we encounter the diggings of an archaeological expedition in progress. We then climb aboard a rugged military troop transport vehicle to join Indiana Jones on a high-speed, thrilling adventure, braving the curse of a great treasure guarded by the forbidden eyes of an ancient deity.
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104 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Instrumental Score  10:22

 

As guests await their journey through the Temple of the Forbidden Eye, they enter a dark room where an antique film projector is running. Projected on the opposite end of the room is a series of filmstrips entitled, "Keep Your Eye on the Globe." This footage is reminiscent of old 1930's newsreel clips, as once shown in theaters many years ago.
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105 - Indiana Jones Newsreel - Eye on the Globe  02:05

 

Within the mysterious tombs of a legendary lost temple, we encounter the diggings of an archaeological expedition in progress. We then climb aboard a rugged military troop transport vehicle to join Indiana Jones on a high-speed, thrilling adventure, braving the curse of a great treasure guarded by the forbidden eyes of an ancient deity.
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106 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Sallah Safety Spiels  01:31

 

As Indiana Jones Adventure passengers board an enhanced motion vehicle, they enter one of three chambers, each offering a unique ride experience: the Chamber of Earthy Riches, the Observatory of the Future or the Fountain of Eternal Youth. Within each chamber appears Mara, who brings misfortune to those who gaze upon her cursed eyes.
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107 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Chamber of Destiny  00:41

 

Legendary Hollywood composer John Williams' famed musical score to the Indiana Jones film series can be heard throughout the entire Indiana Jones attraction. The on-board music is perfectly synchronized to the thrilling action of the ride, adding the perfect feeling of suspense and drama to this heart-pounding adventure.
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108 - Indiana Jones Adventure - Indy to the Rescue  02:26

 

Following the climactic conclusion of the Indiana Jones Adventure, guests exit through a long tunnel, bringing them from the dark recesses of an ancient temple, back to the jungles of Adventureland. As they pass through these dark caverns, few realize that the native jungle beat they hear is set to the rhythm of the Indiana Jones theme music.
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- The Disneyland Hotel - Adventureland -

 

The newly remodeled Disneyland Hotel has Adventureland well represented. One of the resort's three themed high-rise structures is now known as the Adventure Tower, which includes a special luxury Adventureland suite. The nearby Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar has become a favorite watering hole for Anaheim locals and Resort guests, and the Tangaroa Terrace restaurant serves up specialty dishes with a Polynesian flair.
 
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109 - The Adventure Tower Lobby - Area Background Music  32:36
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110 - Adventureland Hotel Suite  19:05
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111 - Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar - Part One  1:01:35
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112 - Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar - Part Two  59:31
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113 - Tangaroa Terrace - Area Background Music  59:34
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114 - The Little Man of Disneyland  07:01

 

In 1955, Golden Books published an illustrated children's story about Patrick Begorra, a leprechaun who resided among the orange groves in Anaheim, California. He had to find a new dwelling when his home was in the path of Disneyland bulldozers, and from that day forward, he has lived inside a tree hidden somewhere in Adventureland.
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NEW  115 - Disney Character Training - Jungle Book Friends  06:04

 

The Disney characters have been meeting and greeting with Disneyland guests since opening day in 1955. Over time they have evolved as the cast has grown in numbers. These huggable friends represent that special sort of magic that sets the Disney parks apart from the rest. Often, the cast of the Jungle Book can be spotted in Adventureland.
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116 - Inspired by Adventure - Songs from Disney Animated Classics  2:15:56

 

Over the decades, the magic of Disney animation has brought us to many exotic lands through dramatic storytelling, vivid imagery and unforgettable music. Here are songs from such classic films as "The Jungle Book," Aladdin," "The Lion King," "Tarzan, "Lilo and Stitch," and Moana," each of which could be set in the very heart of Adventureland.
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CHAPTER SIX CONTINUAL PLAY
 
06 - CONTPLAY

 

06 - BOTTOM SCROLL
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06 - ACCOLADES
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