Wednesday, October 05, 2011
1967 Journey Through POTC, Pt. 3
Today concludes our journey through the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction in New Orleans Square, circa 1967. This particular scene is one of my very favorites, especially because it is a perfect example of Marc Davis' talent with creating characters as well as a memorable gag.
This bloke forever involved in a comic pistol duel has seen a few hair and wardrobe changes over the years.
Are polka-dots really ok for a pirate?
In Orange County (California, that is!) News, the first Disneyland President, Jack Lindquist, will be the speaker and guest of honor at the Oct. 13th meeting of the Orange County Historical Society. He will speak, take questions from the audience, and sell & sign his memoir, In Service to the Mouse, with book proceeds benefiting The Orange County Historical Society. The program will begin at 7:30pm, at Trinity Episcopal Church, 2400 N. Canal St., in Orange. The program is open to the public, free, and will include light refreshments.
"The Lion King" is now out on home video. Save some coin by clicking on the image below to take advantage of a discount offer from Disney Movie Rewards:
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