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    The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA. has been known as the “Happiest Place on Earth” since the gates of this magical park opened up in the summer of July 1955. According to LA Times, an estimated 44,000 people visit this giant 85-acre park daily. The popularity of this theme park rapidly grew, when it first opened, an individual was able to enjoy a Disney day for as low as eight dollars. Now as the year of 2017 is wrapping up, tickets are as high as ninety seven dollars a day and up depending on

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    Thrilling, Amazing And Breathtaking Rides Of Disneyland Park, Paris Disneyland Park in Disneyland Paris is a fairytale land where differences between children and adults cease to exist, whether these are about the age or something else. Disneyland Park is a zone of great fun, and if you have considered yourselves too old for the “childish games” you are badly mistaken. The biggest part of fun relates to plentiful rides, and most of them are intended for all ages. Some are quite adventurous, others

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    WALT DISNEY Walter Elias was the founder of Disneyland Theme Parks and Walt Disney World. And he was the animator creator of the cartoon character Mickey Mouse. Disney appearances on Wonderful World of Color made him a great-recognized figure. He was devoted to his family a lot. Got married in 1925 to Lillian Bounds who was one of his employees. The marriage lasted until death did them apart. They had two daughters, Diane Marie and Shanon Mae.(Walt Disney-Producer, Entrepreneur-Biography) Disney

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    word ‘Disneyland’ had been uttered. Disneyland is a place where the stories created by Walt Disney Studios come to life and allow the visitor to be a part of these wonderful tales.The famous theme park has created millions of joyous memories for every family that has entered through its gates. But the main question is,why was one of America’s most famous travel destinations created? All though the Walt Disney Company makes a large profit off of Disneyland each year, it is obvious the theme park was

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    happy place; welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past...and here youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams and the hard facts that have created America...with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world”, said Walter Elias Disney as he gave his opening speech at Disneyland, Anaheim in 1955. Disneyland was a place that was welcomed to everyone. Disneyland became an inspiration

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    Walt Disney

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    share his visions and dreams with others and persuade them to believe in him and his ideas. To open up his own business and start making cartoons Walt had to take many risks. He had to take an even bigger risk borrowing millions of dollars to open Disneyland. It took great leadership skill to build up the Disney Empire and make it such a success. Walt Disney was a film making pioneer. The first synchronized sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie (1928) was his creation, as was the first full-color cartoon

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    Today Disneyland has become of the top places in the world to visit. Some highly devoted visitors buy annual passes to be able to visit year round and view it as a rite of passage. A rite of passage is defined by Guest in his book Cultural Anthropology, as “a category of ritual that enacts a change os status from one life to another, either for an individual or a group”. Some believe visiting disneyland is a rite of passage because having their kids be able to go through the childhood experience

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    Pearl Harbor is one of the most horrific day in American history. On December 7th of 1941 Japan bombed America and killed thousands of civilians. On December 8th 1941, Walt Disney signed a contract with United States Military committing to releasing pro American animations and leasing space with in his studio. Of Course with Walt 's extremely patriotic morals this was not a problem. Other aspects of the government such as the treasury drafted Walt and his artists to increase pro war time support

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    Where Dreams Come True “I’m going to Disneyland!” celebrated the San Francisco Giants’ quarterback, Phil Simms after winning the Super Bowl XXI in 1987 against the Denver Broncos (Fox Sports). Why did he want to celebrate at Disneyland, and not the better park Disney World? July of 1955, the pleasant theme park, Disneyland, opened (Klein). 16 years later, Disneyland’s bigger and better sister opened across the United States on October 1, 1971. Disney World soon became the most visited vacation resort

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    years of operating, the corporation has become one of the strongest companies in the world(11th to be exact). As a business with well distributed branches always bringing a fantasy as close to our reality. A great example is the amusement park Disneyland, since the very moment you enter their parking structure you begin to drive through cartoon inspired landscape, props of Disney characters

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