Are you ready to be cast in a role in the Disneyland Show? From 1970, this fact filled brochure helps outline the casting procedure, read along and see if there’s a role for you.
How fun, it’s not a “Job” it’s a “Role”! Working with people personally can be “fun and fulfilling” OR “tiring, hot and frustrating” - that’s brutally honest. Work roles are for “extroverts” count me out! “We work while other play” you have to work on Holiday’s and weekend’s? Join a union! Since it’s a role, how about SAG?
Appearance; since I look just like the guy in this illustration, I’ve got “The Disneyland Look”. Availability; “With rare exception, we normally hire only those living within the immediate area surrounding Disneyland” Does the West San Fernando Valley count as “immediate”? Count me out again!
No car pooling, its been proven “unreliable”. Physical Requirements; Wow, no ladies under 5’2” or over 5’10”, but men can be any height? There are some interesting drawing on this page?
Notification; they reply to every application they receive. Can you image, the letter from Disneyland arrives, the excitement, then the disappointment, ouch.
“Be enthusiastic” but don’t over do it! The code on the bottom left appears to reveal this brochure is revision number two (R-2) and is from March 1972 (723) not 1970 as is printed on the front page.
Who doesn't love this version of the castle? Isn’t it funny how one little logo can symbolizes years worth of fun childhood memories?