Did you know that Walt Disney had a private apartment above the firehouse in Disneyland? As a prize at an Annual Passholder Event in 1995, we won dinner in that apartment which has been preserved since Walt's passing in 1966. Click on the picture below to read all about that night, and see all of the pictures we took.
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The King of Improvisation, Jonathan Winters was simply the most creative comedian of the 20th century. His professional career started in stand-up comedy in the 1950s, where he caught the attention of Tonight Show host, Steve Allen and (more famously) Jack Paar. His zany antics on the talk shows landed him a record contract with Verve, as well as several small roles in movies like "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" and "The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming". He did have his own television shows - twice, both less than successful. The mutual admiration between Winters and Robin Williams led to his being cast in the final season of "Mork and Mindy" as the child alien, Mirth. I was one of too few people who thought the short-lived 1991 sitcom "Davis Rules" with Randy Quaid, in which Jonathan played Davis' father, was hillarious. But I felt some vindication when Winters received an Emmy Award for that role. During his career, he also won two Grammy Awards and the Mark Twain Prize. Sadly, Jonathan passed away in 2013. We obtained this index card signed by Jonathan Winters directly from him by mail in 1992.
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This page was last updated on September 22, 2014