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Disneyland Record fan's insider tribute

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Greg Ehrbar, Mar 20, 2006.

  1. Greg Ehrbar

    Greg Ehrbar Member

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    Have you seen the Walt Disney World HELLO! eNewsletter? It's a monthly newsletter you can get if you register at disneyworld.com. But the reason I'm mentioning it here is because the first paragraph of the "Experiencing Expedition Everest" article contains a very clear, affectionate reference to a best-selling Disneyland LP of the 1960's.

    You don't have to register to see the paragraph here, but you can if you want to keep getting the newsletter:
    http://registration.disneyworld.com/P/v3/M..._ONL&A=1007
     
  2. X-S Tech

    X-S Tech Active Member

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    I could be wrong, but sounds like the Thurl Ravenscroft narration from the Haunted Mansion storyteller Album?
     
  3. Greg Ehrbar

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    Very, very close guess - it's a similar album, but not Haunted Mansion. Thank you for guessing!
     
  4. iaswaa

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    It's a reference from the Chilling, Thrilling Sounds from the Haunted HOUSE opening narration.... by Grayson Hall?? Not sure if that's correct.
    Rick
     
  5. Greg Ehrbar

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    That's right! It's the opening track on that album, though the narrator is Laura Olsher (Mrs. Cratchit in Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol). She sounds a lot like Grayson Hall, who was of course Julia Hoffman on Dark Shadows and Margaret Miller in That Darn Cat.
     

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