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June 29, 2019

Welcome back to 1313 Disneyland Drive! It’s been a while. In the past we’ve talked about rides in both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, but today we’re going to change things up and turn our focus to a different kind of attraction and talk about a parade. And not just any parade—the only parade with a soundtrack with a name as cool as “Baroque Hoedown.”

February 27, 2019

Disney Parks around the world are known for their brilliant attractions with top-notch technology, storytelling, and immersiveness… and then there’s Superstar Limo. Does it really deserve the title of the worst ride Disney has ever made? Is Drew Carey still hanging out in the ride’s current iteration? And what does Princess Diana have to do with anything?

January 21, 2019

Captain EO was conceptualized and developed in 1984, a time that could be considered peak Michael Jackson (two years after the release of an album you may have heard of called Thriller) and pre-peak Disney (five years before the Disney Renaissance would kick off with the release of The Little Mermaid). Imagine the context for a minute: Today, Disney owns ABC, we have Star Wars and Marvel themed lands on the way, and Neil Patrick Harris was part of World of Color in 2015. Disney is pop culture, and pop culture is Disney. But in the...

November 18, 2018

Welcome back to 1313 Disneyland Drive! Today we’re going to do something a little different. Instead of looking at what the resort has to offer, we’re going to close our eyes and listen. There are many, many elements that make Disneyland such a special, unique place, but music plays a major hand in our enjoyment and immersion.

Unless you’re entering via Monorail, the first place in Disneyland you enter is Main Street, U.S.A. The area music of Main Street is probably the most iconic and easily recognizable in the whole park—and you m...

October 9, 2018

Today, let’s go to the land of tomorrow—well, the tomorrow of yesterday. What I mean is, today we’re going to look back at Rocket Rods.

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