Tuesday, July 08, 2008

What a difference a day makes, Aug. 28, 1965 Pt. 3



Today’s post is a quick trip through Tomorrowland and Frontierland, beginning with Alice, who seems a little out of place standing near the Clock of the World. Hopefully the Mad Hatter and the Little Pig can guide her back to Fantasyland. Surely Alice has no interest in going to the Monsanto Hall of Chemistry! Through the foliage of Tomorrowland we can see the Submarine on another journey through liquid space in shot #2:



This shot of signage for the Columbia is like a dream come true for me; how lucky can a signage geek get?!?



Finishing up today is a colorful shot of the Mark Twain:



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6 comments:

Richard Harrison said...

Beautiful, beautiful signage. Thanks for posting!

Major Pepperidge said...

Yep, nice shot of that sign!

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

As always, I am loving the 1965 images! That sign shot is amazing, did you cry with joy when you found that one????

Alice does look a lost in front of the clock. Hey, she reminds me a little of Barbra Streisand! LOL!!!!

Biblioadonis aka George said...

That sign is phenominal!

And finally...a cute Alice!

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Just truly fantastic pictures. Especially the Columbia signage. Thanks Dave.

Mr. Mouse Monthly said...

Beautiful shot of the submarine slicing through the waterfall!