Friday, March 25, 2016
Walt Loves A Parade
I love it when I get a bargain on something with a detail that nobody notices but me. This strip of four vintage black and white negatives has a shot of Walt Disney and his granddaughters Tammy and Joanna Miller riding through Town Square for a parade in a horseless carriage. I am guessing that Lillian Disney's hand is the one in the background waving.
Wonder where the film footage is now that the gentleman on the left is shooting?
Image two shows…well, not quite sure what the flag carrying men are supposed to represent.
A detailed view:
Thanks to the third image, I am able to get a fairly good idea of what year these negatives are from; most likely 1959 or 1960 based on the Mickey, Minnie, and Three Little Pig costumed character styles.
I am also guessing that this must be a Christmas Parade, and that these three are supposed to represent the Three Wise Men.
You can see the face hole/mesh on this detailed view:
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