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Disneyland Memories

Disneyland Memories by Stephen Schochet

Unlike Walt Disney’s Movies Disneyland Was Never Finished

“The thing will get more beautiful year after year. And it will get better as I find out what the public likes; I can’t do that with a picture it’s finished and unchangeable before I find out whether the public likes it or not.” – Walt Disney on Disneyland.

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