Thursday, June 14, 2007

Why Was Disney's Submarine Voyage Originally Built?

In relation to the last posted article, JimHillMedia.Com has posted a great article that details the reasons why Disneyland's Submarine Voyage was originally built. The article opens with this statement.

Jim Hill reveals the hidden history of this soon-to-be-re-opening Tomorrowland attraction. Which only came about because the Ol' Mousetro was determined to "one up" the competition. Which -- back in 1958 -- was this recently rethemed Santa Monica amusement pier that had just been dubbed "Pacific Ocean Park"...

By the way, Jim Hill is one of my favorite places to visit for the best and most in depth articles on everything Disney. I discovered the website through the travel guide "The Unofficial Guide To Walt Disney World", where he is quoted extensively.

You can read his entire report by clicking here.

1 comment:

Clyde said...

Ha, I liked the argument they were having in the comments section about the use of the pictures. That was funny. There's always one person that has to get snooty and uppity about something.

I liked the article though.


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