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Tomorrow Society podcast
Disney Imagineer Chris Runco
Part 2 - on Typhoon Lagoon and Grizzly River Run
Chris Runco (interviewee)
Disney History Institute Podcast
Landscaping a Kingdom
Part 1 - a Story of Disneyland's Construction
Welton Becket (reference)
Bill Evans (subject)
Dick Irvine (reference)
Bill Martin (reference)
Todd James Pierce (author)
Ruth Shellhorn (subject)
Imagineer Podcast
Scott Wolf interview
Part 1 (Duck Tales, Disneyland Ambassadors, Robert Sherman, Walt Disney)
Harriet Burns (subject)
Robert Sherman (subject)
Scott Wolf (interviewee)
Disney History Institute Podcast
The Book of Hench
Part 09: WED at Sonora
Mary Blair (reference)
Harriet Burns (reference)
Joyce Carlson (reference)
Bill Cottrell (reference)
Walt Disney (reference)
Blaine Gibson (reference)
John Hench (subject)
Dick Irvine (reference)
Bill Martin (reference)
Buzz Price (reference)
Card Walker (reference)
Skull Rock Podcast
Ethan Reed, Disney Imagineer and Art Director
Dave Bossert (author)
Ethan Reed (interviewee)
Reader's Digest
Unvergessener Walt Disney
Roy O. Disney (author)
Walt Disney (subject)
The Sweep Spot
Former Disney Imagineer Tim Delaney
Timothy J. Delaney (interviewee)
Tomorrow Society podcast
Disney Imagineer Chris Runco
Part 1 - on the Model Shop, Star Tours’ RX-24, and More
Chris Runco (interviewee)
Disney History Institute Podcast
The Book of Hench
Part 07: Disney Goes to the Fair
Harriet Burns (reference)
Bill Cottrell (reference)
Salvador Dali (reference)
Walt Disney (reference)
John Hench (subject)
Ward Kimball (reference)
Bill Martin (reference)
Sam McKim (reference)
Todd James Pierce (author)
Buzz Price (reference)
Herb Ryman (reference)
Town Journal
Everybody calls him Walt
Disney may be a genius and king of the TV frontier, but at the studio...
Walt Disney (reference)
Yesterland
The Wizard of Bras at Disneyland
Hollywood-Maxwell’s Intimate Apparel Shop on Main Street, U.S.A.
Misc Books
Disneyland, 1955: The Place That Was Also a TV Show
[from book "As seen on TV : the visual culture of everyday life in the 1950s"]
by Karal Ann Marlin
Walt Disney (subject)