Sunday, September 20, 2009

Bonus Sunday

Welcome to Bonus Sunday. From Wednesday’s 1966 post (link) here is the complete issue of “The Disney World” from November 1966.

As you can see in this un-credited photo, it appears that this issue of The Disney World was on Walt’s desk on that sad day in December 1966.

A few select articles. Please download the entire issue, this is a fascinating look at Walt’s “Disney Company” as it was juggling so many cool projects at once.

The back cover is pure 1966 Holiday goodness...

Here’s a little story about Fred MacMurray appearing in an upcoming Popular Mechanics article about building a Walt Disney Christmas Tree.

Does this blogger happen to have that December 1966 issue of Popular Mechanics? Of course! Come back tomorrow for a look inside.


Major Pepperidge said...

Favorite line: "Mrs. Elva Miller, idol of the teeners....". TEENERS? That's a new one.

That is the issue of "The Disney World" that I always wanted because it was on Walt's desk. Now I don't have to buy it, thanks!!

The Viewliner Limited said...

A great magazine Tim! Nice picture of Walt's desk too. Thanks as always.

Anonymous said...

The cover in the article is a mockup, since the nameplate covers Santa's head. On the published cover, Santa is in front of the title.

Also, the text box is a pasteup instead of a knockout.

I need a life.

Disney On Parole said...

I wonder what backlot house used for the Fred Mc photo shoot???

Didier Ghez said...

I hope you are doing well. I am really looking forward to the other issues of The Disney World :-)