A cover story on Zorro, a year into its successful run.
A cover story penned by Walt himself to promote his newest film, "Darby O'Gill and the Little People."
This was an early test print of the mass-produced lithographs that would later be sent out by the studio in response to Snow White fan mail. This test print (done on drawing paper, complete with ink drops, rather than the later card stock, and minus the production stamp) was personally gifted to Disney cousin Rilla Hussey of Ellis, Kansas, by Walt himself.
A track from the first of the Wartime Era package films that included the following segments: Lake Titicaca, Pedro, El Gaucho Goofy, and Aquarela do Brasil.
"We are Siamese, if you please. We are Siamese, if you don't please."
The first Disney film to combine live-action and animation.
The title track of this Wartime Era classic, which featured the following shorts: Once Upon a Wintertime, Bumble Boogie, The Legend of Johnny Appleseed, Little Toot, Trees, Blame It on the Samba, and Pecos Bill.
Anaheim's hometown newspaper celebrates the park's diamond anniversary with a 24-page retrospective.
The Happiest Place on Earth turns ten.
The original 16-page supplement that ran two days before the park was introduced to the world.