"A place for people to find happiness and knowledge . . . for parents and children to share pleasant times in one another's company. Here the older generation can recapture the nostalgia of days gone by, and the younger generation can savor the challenge of the future. Here will be the wonders of nature and man for all to see and understand." This, in Walt Disney's words, will be Disneyland. "Based upon and dedicated to the ideals, the dreams and hard facts that have created America," Walt explains, "it will be filled with the accomplishments, the joys and hopes of the world we live in. And it will remind us and show us how to make these wonders part of our own life." This is a solemn promise which lovers of Disneyana well know will be fulfilled by its creator, master make-believer Disney.