behind the charm It tells the history of 10 Disney attractions. Their history, their creation, the artists and engineers who worked on it, and how they were made. If you’ve ever been to Disneyland, you can’t help but be fascinated by the creativity and ingenuity that Disneyland has created.

watching behind the charm Even if you’ve been there years ago, it re-carves Disney locations on your head and chest. Each episode explains its charm. A history of creativity and the people who built the Disney empire. From the original attractions of Anaheim, California, to the latest Shanghai attractions.

Ten episodes cover the following attractions:

  • jungle cruise
  • haunted house
  • star tour
  • Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
  • space mountain
  • Castle
  • Disneyland Hotel
  • it’s a small world
  • transport
  • Chairman’s Hall

Behind the variety of Disney locations and attractions, there are so many creative imaginations. They had to create so many new technologies, devise many new ways to display them, set them to music, make them fun or scary, or both. It’s amazing what it takes to bring the allure together. It’s also amazing how the knowledge and skills Disney developed have had an impact on the world.

Space Mountain behind the attraction

Each episode uses archive footage, interviews with original producers from the 1950s and 1960s, and contemporary Disney creators. You can create favorites like Space Mountain or It’s Small World, human stories about real people. It’s about the options and decisions you need to make something. And it explains how tourist attractions have been modernized and improved over the decades.

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Behind-the-scenes attractions of Tron Attractions

I’m sure you know the story. I did not know 1964/1965 New York world expo And how Joan Crawford and Pepsi Cola Company played a key role in creating one of your favorites: It’s Small World. Or who wore the earplugs of the song about its charm.

I admit. The history of this Disney documentary is probably meant to get you to the nearest park for a revisit. I decided to ignore the overall commercialism of the series and enjoy the story behind it. A series that reminds you of happy times in happy places.

Behind the scenes of the attraction poster

Here’s the trailer.

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