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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During World War II, Disney produced a lot of art for the government, including many training films for the troops. In one of those training films, they created a set of characters called "gremlins" based on a story by noted children's author Roald Dahl who was an RAF pilot. Gremlins were mischievous imps who would cause difficult problems in motors and guns. This magazine advertisement for Lifesavers candy from that era used gremlins in humorous poses. Undated, the page measures 10x14" and is in very good condition with some slight yellowing. It's a great cross-collectible piece of Disney art.
This page was last updated on July 20, 2011