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Disneyland 1955 Grand Opening Ticket

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The original Disneyland in Anaheim, California celebrated it's grand opening on July 17, 1955.  Here is the rare ticket for that gala day!  Ronald Reagan, Art Linkletter, and Bob Cummings were the hosts - along with Walt Disney of course- and the event was broadcast live to the nation.  Known officially as the "Invitational Press Preview and Dedication of Disneyland, the day was landmark in entertainment history.  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity Certificate.  Creases and some discoloration; otherwise good condition Measures 6.5" X 3.5".  Item # 6410, $1495  
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Roy O. Disney Signed Walt Disney Productions
Mickey Mouse Club TV Show Contract
Witnessed by Notary Public & Embossed with 2 Official Seals!

Above:  Page 1 of the document. 

Above:  Roy O. Disney personal signature and Disney Company Corporate seal embossed next to signature.

Above: Notary Public signature and official seal

Above: Attached page showing the film(s) which are covered by the agreement.

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A Roy O. Disney signed AND NOTARIZED Disney Studio legal document.  Many people don't realize that the original name of the Disney Studio was the Disney Brothers Studio.  There is no question that financial expertise of Walt's brother Roy was critical in building and holding together the Disney Company during Walt's lifetime and after, until the opening of Walt Disney World.  Roy O. Disney passed away in 1971, just weeks after overseeing the grand opening of Orlando's Magic Kingdom

In this 1955 document (Disneyland's opening year!) Roy O. Disney pledges a number of Mickey Mouse Club TV show episodes as collateral for a loan from Bank of America.  When the Disney Studio borrowed money to make a film or television episode, the bank required the film itself to be put up as collateral.  In addition to being personally signed by Roy O. Disney, the contract is also embossed with Walt Disney Productions corporate seal AND signed and witnessed by a notary public who also embossed it with their seal.  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity and an 8" x 10" photo of Roy and Walt suitable for framing.  In very fine condition, with usual file holes.  The original Mickey Mouse Club is a great title, making this document very collectible.  Measures approximately 8.5" x 11".  In fine condition.  Includes an 8" X 10" photo (shown above) suitable for framing.  Item # 2603, $699
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   Haunted Mansion Stretching Room Wallpaper

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"Is this room actually stretching?  Or is it just you imagination?"  Those words are printed indelibly into the imaginations of Disneyland fans.  If you believe ghosts attach themselves to things, then think twice before buying this piece of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion!  It's a genuine piece of Haunted Mansion stretching portrait gallery wallpaper.  Originally part of the collection of Disney Imagineering Graphic Communications Director Ken Kerr, this 3" x 1.5" (approximate size) piece is leftover from a rehab of the attraction and is now attached to our Certificate of Authenticity.  An affordable way to own your little piece of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion!   Each piece varies slightly.  Please note that the checkout system will charge $8.95 shipping but we will refund $5.00 on this lightweight item for U.S. shipments.  Item  # 6800, $24.95
 

 


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Own a Piece of Walt Disney's Backyard Railroad- 
The Carolwood Pacific!

It's no secret that Walt Disney loved trains! From 1950 to 1953 Walt Disney operated a miniature live-steam train on the property of his home on Carolwood Drive near Beverly Hills.  He called his railroad the Carolwood Pacific, and named its engine Lilly Belle in honor of his wife Lillian.  Disney
's family, celebrities and neighborhood children alike road the rails with Walt on the track that crisscrossed his backyard and circled his house.  But after only a few short years, Walt turned his attention to a larger railroad- the one that would circle Disneyland- and the Carolwood Pacific made its last run in 1953.  In 1968 Lillian Disney donated the aluminum track to the Los Angeles Live Steamers organization for use at their Griffith Park layout.  There it formed "the Disney loop" until the 1990's when it was replaced with steel rail.  With assistance from Michael Broggie (whose father helped build Walt's backyard railroad), Carolwood Pacific Historical Society member Terry S. Lynn purchased a number of sections of the Walt Disney track from L.A. Live Steamers.  Here I'm pleased to offer a section of Walt Disney's track, mounted to an 8.5" X 11" descriptive card.  Each section of track is approximately 1 1/2 inches long, and each exhibits its own wear pattern, so the weathering will differ from the one shown.  Included is the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity Certificate.  A very special display piece for any Disney or train enthusiast.  Makes a great Disney gift!  Item # 2309, $89


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Magic Kingdom Welcome Plaque Replica

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   When you walk through the train tunnel to enter Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom you pass under this greeting:  "Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy."  This large scale (9" diameter) reproduction of the famous plaque is made with resin embedded with brass powder for a beautiful, authentic look.  Has a mounting hook installed and is ready to hang.  This non-Disney piece is the largest reproduction of this plaque we have seen.  Nice quality!  Item #
6814, $199
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Large Disneyland Welcome Plaque Replica

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   For almost 60 years, Disneyland guest have been greeted with these words:  "Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy."  This large scale (11" x 6.5") reproduction of the famous Disneyland Railroad tunnel plaque is made with resin embedded with brass powder for a beautiful, authentic look.  Has a mounting hook installed and is ready to hang.  This non-Disney piece is the largest reproduction of this plaque we have seen.  Nice quality!  Item # 6808, $199

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An Actual Piece of Walt Disney's First Hollywood Workshop

When Walt Disney came to Hollywood in 1923, he roomed at his uncle Robert's house at 4406 Kingswell Avenue.  He built an animation stand in his uncle's garage, and worked on an animated reel of cartoon jokes which he tried to sell to the Pantages Theater Company.  The garage-turned-studio (pictured on page 36 of THE ART OF WALT DISNEY by Christopher Finch) was sold in 1982 and moved to the Garden Grove Historical Society, and his been on permanent display there for the past thirty years, just a few miles from Disneyland.  Leading the team that purchased and moved the garage was Disney employee and fan Arthur Adler.  When the garage was moved, Adler saved the small pieces of wood that splintered off the garage during dismantling.  These pieces, which were too small to be used in the restoration of the garage, are now available for sale to Walt Disney fans who appreciate the significance of having a little bit of Walt's first Hollywood workshop/studio as part of their personal collection.  The wood itself measures approximately 1" in length.  Each piece, being original, will vary of course.  Also included is 15 page package of documentation prepared by Adler, detailing the history of Walt Disney's garage studio and it's metamorphosis from Walt's garage studio to museum piece.  Includes our Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity Certificate.  Item # 6000, $39.95

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"It's a Wonderful World" Tinker Bell Sericel
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Tinker bell flies over the castle and fireworks follow- exactly as we remember from Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color! This sericel recreates the introduction to the television series which started in 1961.  This cel was created as a limited edition using 26 different colors. Limited Edition size is 3,500. It measures 21" x 17" and is good condition. This was originally purchased at Disneyland and has long since sold out. Includes Disney's official Certificate of Authenticity.  Item # 2595, $399
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