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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... 15 - MASCOT - 182

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1 - Tomorrowland Introduction  01:34

 

As much as Walt Disney loved the nostalgia of the past, he was equally fascinated by the possibilities of tomorrow. The original Tomorrowland offered a vista into this world of wondrous ideas, celebrating the achievements of mankind and offering predictions in the new frontiers of atomic science, rapid transit efficiency and outer space exploration.
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2 - Disneyland Song Parade - Tomorrowland Song  02:22

 

This song, celebrating the future exploration of outer space, comes from a vintage children's album produced by Golden Records in the 1950's. This was one in a series of four albums, each containing a special song to introduce youngsters to one of the four themed lands found within Disneyland, including this musical salute to Tomorrowland.
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3 - Your Trip to Disneyland on Records - Tomorrowland  01:37

 

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 narrated tour of Disneyland, land by land, including Tomorrowland, with Tinkerbell, Mickey, Donald and Goofy.
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4 - The Disneyland Sound - Tomorrowland Theme Music  14:08

 

Walt Disney's optimism, hopes and dreams for a peaceful and unified world of tomorrow were musically foretold though a series of instrumental vignettes composed by George Bruns, Paul Smith and Buddy Baker. This music was first written for an ongoing series of theatrical and televised documentaries produced by Disney throughout the 1950's.
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5 - Tomorrow Lounge - The Music of Tomorrow  2:19:27

 

The post-war, Atomic Age of the 1950's, was a period when many Americans saw a bright and bold future ahead. This period of overwhelming optimism was reflected by a new movement in ultra modern futurism that was found in pop art, design, architecture and music. Here is the sound of that era, fitting for any mid-century land of tomorrow.
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- Chronicling Walt Disney's World of Tomorrow -

 

The pastime of predicting the future became a fascination with mainstream America during that post war period when Disneyland came into being. A true reflection of this new future forward outlook took on a physical form in Tomorrowland. The public loved to see just what Uncle Walt had in store for them in their future lives, and his land of the yet to come became a popular subject for many TV segments and theatrical releases.
 
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6 - Disneyland Pre-Opening Report - Tomorrowland  07:24
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7 - Dateline Disneyland - Tomorrowland Dedication  08:34
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8 - Disneyland USA - Tomorrowland  02:36
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9 - Disneyland the Park - Tomorrowland  01:39
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10 - A Gala Day at Disneyland  27:09
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- From Tomorrowland - The Disneyland TV Series -

 

Disneyland, the television series, had a rotating format that presented episodes tied to the themed realms located within the physical Disneyland. The episodes presented from Tomorrowland promoted the forward advancement of science and technology. Walt Disney felt it was vital to further explore our universe, and enlisted the most regarded scientific experts of the day for this groundbreaking series of TV documentaries.
 
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11 - The Disneyland Story - Tomorrowland Introduction  03:52
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12 - Man in Space  38:29
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13 - Man and the Moon  38:50
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14 - Mars and Beyond  43:24
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15 - Magic Highway USA  47:18
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16 - Our Friend the Atom  46:54
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17 - Clock of the World  00:39

 

Displayed at the entrance to the original Tomorrowland was the kinetic Clock of the World that could pinpoint the correct time for any point on planet earth.Walt Disney's land of the future was dedicated in the hope for a peaceful and unified world, and this remarkable timepiece was a symbolic representation of that opening day edict.
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18 - Court of Honor / Avenue of Flags  02:38

 

On Disneyland's opening day there was once a large open area located in the center of Tomorrowland. This space was filled in with a courtyard of flags, which were the official colors for each of the 48 United States. When the Astro-Jets took flight in 1956, the flags were relocated to the Tomorrowland entrance, becoming The Avenue of Flags.
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19 - Monsanto Hall of Chemistry  04:33

 

One of Disneyland's earliest corporate sponsors would continue to have a presence in Tomorrowland well into the 1980's. The first exhibit sponsored by Monsanto was The Hall of Chemistry. Here the Chematron showcased giant test tubes filled with the eight basic natural materials from which countless chemicals and plastics could be made.
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20 - Kaiser Aluminum Hall of Fame - The Wishful Knight  01:45

 

Among the many corporate sponsors in the early Disneyland was the Kaiser Aluminum Company. Inside the The Hall of Aluminum Fame was an icon of early Tomorrowland, a giant aluminum telescope. Another popular feature was a rotating display featuring a wishful knight, a fire fighter and an astronaut, each promoting the metal of tomorrow.
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21 - Space Station X-1 - Satellite View of America  01:50

 

Space Station X-1 offered audiences a satellite view of America as it might appear from beyond the earth's atmosphere. This was all based on prediction. When the attraction premiered in 1955 it predated the first actual space satellites by several years. It was only one of the many early Tomorrowland predictions that would be realized in near future.
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22 - The World Beneath Us - Richfield Show Announcements  00:57

 

The Richfield Oil Corporation had a major presence in early Tomorrowland, sponsoring not one, but two opening day attractions.One of these was an educational exhibit which included an enlightening animated film presentation entitled, "The World Beneath Us." This presentation chronicled the historical origins of our modern day fossil fuels.
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23 - The World Beneath Us  22:24

 

The Richfield presentation included an animated film demonstrating how oil developed below the earth's surface. Next guests witnessed a detailed 40-foot wide diorama of the entire L.A. city basin, focusing on its coastline of oil fields. Realistic effects animation was then projected on a fiberglass dome demonstrating how oil moved under ground.
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24 - American Dairy Association - The Dairy Bar  07:30

 

A highly unusual exhibit from early Tomorrowland was sponsored by The American Dairy Association. Walk-through displays demonstrating the future of milk production included mechanical milking machines and milkmen jetting door to door on helicopter packs. Following the tour, guests could enjoy a refreshing glass of milk at the dairy bar.
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25 - Dutch Boy Color Gallery  00:33

 

The makers of Dutch Boy Paint sponsored a walk through gallery in early Tomorrowland promoted as "Our Future in Colors." One of the most popular exhibits was a series of rotating disks that allowed guests to create their own color combinations. Appropriately, a complimentary Dutch Boy coloring book was handed out at the conclusion of the tour.
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26 - The Tomorrowland Art Corner  22:44

 

The Tomorrowland Art Corner was fashioned after a romantic Parisian street corner. Here guests could pose for an on-the-spot caricature drawing by a real Disney artist, or purchase an original animation production cell for an average cost of around $2.00. These very same cells would reach tens of thousands of dollars at auction today.
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27 - The Art of Animation  1:21:00

 

The Art of Animation opened in 1960 next to Art Corner. On display were many of the original sketches, background paintings, and animation cells produced during the development of the 1959 animated feature, "Sleeping Beauty." Through a series of exhibits, guests gained insight into the technical process of animated film making.
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28 - Crane Bathroom of Tomorrow  02:38

 

Crane Plumbing sponsored a very unusual exhibit in early Tomorrowland known as The Bathroom of Tomorrow. At the entrance stood an interactive fountain where guests could control the flow of water through a series of pumps and valves. The walk-through tour featured gold plated fixtures, a futuristic bathtub, bidet, double sink and glass shower.
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29 - Fun Fotos  15:18

 

In 1960, Fun Fotos overtook the space once occupied by the Crane Bathroom of Tomorrow. Here guests could pose for humorous family portraits behind a series of cut out displays representing various Disney films and Disneyland attractions, including Matterhorn Bobsleds, Submarine Voyage, the Monorail and the Jungle Cruise.
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30 - Fashion and Fabrics Through the Ages  14:59

 

Monsanto presented this short lived Tomorrowland exhibit from 1965-1966. A series of costumed mannequins traced the evolution of fashion from the prehistoric use of animal skins, to the discovery and refinement of natural fibers, to the modern development of man made synthetic fibers, such as polyester, that would shape the fashion of the future.
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31 - 20K Leagues Under the Sea Bandstand - Cavalcade of Big Bands  1:05:44

 

During Disneyland's first decade, adjacent to the 20K Leagues Under the Sea exhibit in Tomorrowland, many legendary Big Bands from the golden age of swing music made frequent guest appearances. This included the orchestras of such greats as Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Les Brown, Lionel Hampton, Woody Herman and Duke Ellington.
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- 20K Leagues Under the Sea -

 

The Walt Disney Oscar award winning classic, "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," was the box office hit of late 1954. Less than a year later, Disneyland guests could tour the movie sets and view many of the actual props used in the making of this sci-fi adventure, including the animated giant squid that attacked the submarine Nautilus, and Captain Nemo's iconic pipe organ, prominently displayed in the grand Victorian salon deck.
 
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32 - 20K Leagues Under the Sea - Introduction  04:24
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33 - 20K Leagues Under the Sea - Motion Picture Musical Score  1:06:25
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34 - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Exhibit  02:49
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35 - Captain Nemo's Organ  07:26
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36 - 20K Leagues Under the Sea - Walt Disney World  09:11
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37 - 20K Leagues Under the Sea - Disneyland Paris  03:14
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38 - 20K Leagues Under the Sea - Tokyo DisneySea  03:06
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- Circarama Theater -

 

Presented by American Motors, Circarama was an amazing film process that encircled the audience a complete 360 degrees. This afforded breathtaking panoramic views as never before captured in any motion picture medium. The original presentation took audiences on a "Tour of the West." This was followed by "America the Beautiful," which premiered in 1958, taking guests on a scenic tour of the entire United States.
 
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39 - American Motors  11:07
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40 - A Tour of the West  17:45
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41 - America the Beautiful Introduction  01:09
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42 - America the Beautiful - Musical Score  33:43
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- Monsanto House of the Future -

 

Beginning in 1957, Monsanto sponsored an amazing, all-plastic, model house of the future where America was first introduced to many of the technologies that will fill our homes in the decades to come, including microwave ovens, Tupperware, and newly developed synthetic fibers such as polyester and rayon. Highlights also included a height adjustable bathroom sink, an intercom system and a wall mounted TV monitor.
 
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43 - The Monsanto Corporation  02:00
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44 - House of the Future - Suburbarama  23:06
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45 - Newsreel - The House of the Future  00:56
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46 - An Adventure in the Magic Kingdom - House of the Future  00:58
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47 - Monsanto House of the Future  04:32
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48 - The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse - House of the Future  05:11
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- TWA Moonliner - Rocket to the Moon -

 

The iconic landmark of the original Tomorrowland was its towering TWA Moonliner, poised for blast off. Positioned in front of a spaceport of the future, guests could board the passenger cabin of this model rocket ship to experience a simulated flight into the upper stratosphere; destination... moon. The sensation of space travel was achieved through vibrating seats and projected images located on the floor and the ceiling.
 
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49 - Trans World Airlines  01:38
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50 - Tomorrowland Spaceport  03:37
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51 - Rocket to the Moon - Mission Control Center  02:27
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52 - TWA Rocket to the Moon - Flight 1  08:38
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53 - TWA Rocket to the Moon - Flight 2  09:46
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54 - Disneyland Records - Rocket Trip to the Moon  05:16
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55 - Donald Duck and Friends - Uncle Scrooge's Rocket Ship  03:13
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56 - Thimble Drome Flight Circle  01:09

 

Cox Models, makers of the Thimble Drome combustible model engine, sponsored a very popular exhibit from early Tomorrowland known as the Flight Circle. At this circular arena, centrally located at the base of the towering TWA Moonliner, serious miniature hobbyists were invited to demonstrate their model aircraft, race cars and motorboats.
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57 - Hobby Land  10:43

 

Hobbyland was an outdoor venue located next to the Thimble Drome Flight Circle. Here amateur hobby enthusiasts could purchase any number of Cox products. For beginners there was a wide range of simple model kits. For the more advanced there were build it yourself whip cars, gasoline-powered tether cars and radio controlled model aircraft.
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58 - The Astro-Jets  01:23

 

Guests could pilot their own rocket jet, each named after one of the floating bodies in the Milky Way galaxy, as they spun high above early Tomorrowland. The original Astro-Jets were located at ground level, but after a 1967 refurbishment, an all-new set of rocket jets would be positioned atop a two story structure for an even more breathtaking flight.
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59 - The Flying Saucers  02:02

 

Tomorrowland's fondly remembered flying saucers first took to orbit in 1960. This futuristic spin on the traditional carnival bumper car used high powered turbo engines to actually lift each saucer several inches above its flight pad. As popular as it was, the operation system was a maintenance nightmare and the attraction closed in 1966.
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60 - Rocket Man - Jet Pack Launch  01:08

 

In 1965, a jaw dropping exhibition took place at the Flight Circle in Tomorrowland, when a prototype human jet pack was demonstrated to a stunned crowd. Upon blast off, the pilot circled Disneyland for several minutes before returning for a safe landing. The event was later shown to a national audience on Walt Disney's weekly television series.
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61 - The Space Bar  02:06

 

The Space Bar was a large fast food facility located in the center of Tomorrowland. In addition to traditional counter service, there were also several auto-mat style vending machines operated by the drop of a coin. The rows of outdoor seating consisted of forward facing school-style chairs, each with a kidney-shaped individual table top.
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62 - Space Bar Bandstand  19:57

 

In the evenings, the Tomorrowland Space Bar was transformed into a venue for local Orange County musical groups of the surfer or garage band variety. Due to a growing following among the park's young guests, many of these groups would become featured regulars, including Kay Bell and The Space Men, the Mustangs and the Astronauts.
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63 - Skyway to Fantasyland - Tomorrowland Terminal  02:54

 

One of the earliest additions to Tomorrowland following the opening of Disneyland was the Skyway. This suspended chair lift carried guests to and from Fantasyland for a one way trip that afforded breathtaking views of the park. Beginning in 1959, a dramatic element was added as guests traveled through the glacial cavity of the Matterhorn.
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64 - Tomorrowland Heliport  02:57

 

Helicopter service to and from LAX international airport and Disneyland was once provided by LA Airways. The landing pad was located outside the berm, adjacent to Tomorrowland, with a special park entrance exclusively for helicopter passengers. The landing pad moved to the Disneyland Hotel in 1960 and flights discontinued in 1968.
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- Tomorrowland Depot - Grand Canyon / Primeval World Diorama -

 

Originally there were only two stations along the Disneyland Railroad. Later, another station was added to Tomorrowland in anticipation of The Grand Canyon Diorama, which would premiere in 1958 as a new scenic element between Tomorrowland and Main Street. In 1966, a second diorama became a new climactic conclusion, featuring the prehistoric creatures originally created for the 1964 New York World's Fair.
 
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65 - The Disneyland Railroad - Tomorrowland Station  01:47
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66 - Grand Canyon Diorama  01:54
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67 - The Grand Canyon Suite  28:17
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68 - Disneyland Goes to the World's Fair - Ford Magic Skyway  10:19
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69 - Ford Magic Skyway  09:13
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70 - Primeval World Diorama - Walt Disney  03:06
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71 - Primeval World Diorama - Magic Skyway Instrumental  04:30
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72 - Primeval World Diorama - Sound Effects  03:42
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73 - Richfield Autopia - Safety Announcements  01:20

 

Autopia is the only remaining Tomorrowland attraction to premiere on opening day in 1955. Along this model superhighway of tomorrow, children of all ages could take to the road behind the wheel of a gas powered miniature sports car, driving through tunnels, overpasses, and across the many bridges that spanned the scenic Tomorrowland lake.
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74 - Junior Autopia  02:00

 

Autopia 1955 had its issues. One problem was its overwhelming popularity, resulting in exceptionally long wait times. Yet another problem was its height restriction. Younger guests were unable reach the gas pedals. This resulted in Junior Autopia, a second fleet of cars with extension blocks affixed to the pedals to accommodate shorter drivers.
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75 - Midget Autopia  00:56

 

Even with the improved gas pedals at Junior Autopia an even shorter demographic was still out of luck. To accommodate the toddler to preschool crowd an even smaller Autopia debuted on the northern edge of Fantasyland. At Midget Autopia the cars were attached to a center guide rail, and each had twin wheels so that both passengers could "steer."
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76 - Fantasyland Autopia Announcements  00:41

 

In 1959, the northern end of Tomorrowland underwent a major refurbishment which included a fleet of of Autopia cars, newly redesigned, to accommodate a larger range of height requirements. Now there were two full-scale Autopia tracks. Fantasyland Autopia replaced Junior Autopia, and was now nearly identical to the Tomorrowland original.
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77 - Tomorrowland Viewliner  01:29

 

An earlier prediction of tomorrow's transportation was the Viewliner, Tomorrowland's original train of the future. These streamlined, steel, diesel powered locomotives sped passengers around the Autopia highways and over the Tomorrowland lake. Just two years after its debut it would be replaced by the famous Disneyland Alweg Monorail.
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78 - Phantom Boats  02:42

 

The Phantom Boats were a Disneyland opening day attraction. These streamlined, tail-finned, Buck Rogers inspired motor boats cruised around a scenic lake adjacent to the Autopia highway for two summers, then vanishing forever due to continual operational issues. In 1957, the more efficient Motor Boat Cruise would set sail from Fantasyland.
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79 - Motor Boat Cruise  01:59

 

Replacing the Phantom Boats, new diesel powered motor boats carried passengers along a scenic waterway separating Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. Cruising beneath the pylons of the Monorail and the overpasses of the Autopia highway, junior sailors navigated their craft around buoys, markers, rocks, rapids and other course obstacles.
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80 - Motor Boat Cruise / Submarine Voyage - Queue Area Music  11:31

 

At the queue areas for both the Motor Boat Cruise and Submarine Voyage, guests were treated to a musical program of familiar sea chanties, setting the mood for nautical adventure. Included were such classics as "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," and "The Sailor's Hornpipe," as well as "A Whale of a Tale," from "20K Leagues Under the Sea."
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81 - The Yacht Bar  04:32

 

Where the Tomorrowland Terrace restaurant is located today, just a few steps away from the submarine landing, there once stood a colorful snack bar with a nautical theme. The Yacht Bar was originally located closer to the Tomorrowland lake, next to the Phantom Boat landing, but was moved further back as new attractions were added to the area.
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82 - The Tomorrowland Yacht Bar - The Yachtsmen Quartet  18:19

 

During a new folk music revival in popular music, vocal groups such as the Lettermen and the Kingston Trio were topping the charts in the early 1960's. Riding this wave, the Yachtsmen quartet, donning navy uniforms, regularly performed at a special nautically themed bandstand located at the outdoor seating area of the Tomorrowland Yacht Bar.
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83 - Tomorrowland Maritime Band  24:27

 

The 1959 grand opening ceremonies of The Submarine Voyage included a rousing performance by the San Diego Naval Training Center Band. In the years to follow, near the submarine loading dock guests were often treated to similar live performances by The Disneyland Band, in the tradition of such maritime military marching bands.
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- Submarine Voyage Through Liquid Space -

 

The Disneyland submarines fleet first took sail in the summer of '59 as one of the park's very first 'E' ticket experiences. Passengers of this deep sea adventure sailed past coral reefs, a graveyard of lost ships, beneath the North Pole, through the ruins of the lost city of Atlantis and precariously close to an underwater volcano, encountering schools of fish, giant clams, sharks, playful mermaids, a giant squid and a silly sea serpent.
 
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84 - Submarine Voyage Introduction  01:01
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85 - Disneyland '59 - Submarine Voyage Dedication Ceremony  01:36
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86 - Aquatic Ballet of the Mermaids  03:06
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87 - Submarine Voyage - Queue Area Announcements  03:32
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88 - Submarine Voyage Through Liquid Space - 1959  04:12
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89 - Submarine Voyage Through Liquid Space  09:16
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- The Disneyland Alweg Monorail System -

 

When the Monorail premiered at Disneyland in 1959, it was the first daily operating system of its kind built in the western hemisphere. It served as a prototype for future transportation, providing an efficient answer to the ever-increasing problem of traffic congestion in America's growing urban communities. The beamways that carried the sleek monorail trains soon became known as Disneyland's "highway in the sky."
 
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90 - The Alweg Corporation - Sky Express in Cologne  00:56
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91 - The Disneyland Alweg Monorail System - Introduction  02:03
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92 - Disneyland '59 - Monorail Dedication  04:23
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93 - The Monorail Song / Nation on Wheels  03:32
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94 - Monorail Speedramp Safety Announcements  00:49
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95 - Disneyland '61 - Monorail to the Disneyland Hotel  01:44
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96 - The Disneyland Hotel - Monorail Room Cocktail Lounge  16:03
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97 - Music to Ride Monorails By  38:02
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98 - Walt Disney Songs from Outer Space  11:48

 

The 1950's and 1960's was an era filled with out-of-this-world pop culture, inspired by recent discoveries in atomic energy, the NASA space race, and an onslaught of supposed UFO sightings. Not to be outdone, the Walt Disney Studio produced a number of sci-fi adventures during this period, resulting in an unusual assortment of outer space tunes.
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