It’s Grad Nite ’78 (so much for my attempt to post these chronologically!). I hope you're still up for a few more Grad Nites, however as all Grad Nites do, this series will be over by the end of June. This ticket has no colors, but still looks fun, admit one on June 22, 1978.
Typical stuff on the back and don’t make me tell you again to “Hold your own ticket”!
These lucky grads got to “Experience the chilling New Matterhorn.” Neat simple graphics sometimes make a bold statement.
The program has some super late 70’s (not so simple) graphics; I like the shinny chrome lettering. Mickey and Minnie almost look retro, aren’t they cute?
These two pages are supposed to look like this, I’m not sure what mood they were aiming for, but I think they missed it… I’ve also seen better entertainment line ups.
Is your high school on there? MINE IS! El Camino Real, a dead ringer for “Clueless”, it was just a giant social club of which I could only dream of my imminent escape. My only fond memories are the fact that the entire school was air conditioned and was an “open” campus so I could leave for lunch and never come back!
Mickey looks tired...
The back cover art work is fun, too bad it’s got a big fold in it.
And since these grads got to see the New Matterhorn, I guess they got an answer to the question on the cover of this 1978 Special Edition of the Disneyland Line. Come back on Bonus Sunday for a scan of the entire issue, it’s a fun one.
Tomorrow: More Grad Nite? Nah, we’ll take a little break and head down to Palos Verdes to cool off by the ocean, in 1962.