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They lived inside Disneyland. Their house is still at the park today.

Owen and Dolly Pope lived full-time at Disneyland from 1955 to 1971, taking care of the park's livestock. Their house is still on the property today.

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Long Lost Disneyland Landmark Rediscovered

The Monsanto House of the Future lasted from 1957 to 1967 at Tomorrowland in Disneyland, but you can see it again this weekend.

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Disney’s Jungle Cruise Closed Indefinitely Following On-Ride Incident

A legendary Disneyland theme park attraction has been closed indefinitely following a troubling accident involving dozens of guests.

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YOU Can Own a Piece of Disney History...But There's a Catch

You could get some incredible Disney collectibles -- here's what you need to know.

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

How Disney’s Futuristic Monorail Became a Relic of the Past

The iconic Disney monorail was born in the 1950s and has been running ever since—first in Disneyland, then Disney World, and finally Tokyo Disney. But it hasn't branched out beyond the parks.

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Jo Adell hopes to help Angels sweep Cubs

Jo Adell is expected to start in right field on Thursday night when the Los Angeles Angels face the Chicago Cubs in Anaheim, Calif., with the hosts seeking a three-game sweep.

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

DISNEYLAND: How the Anaheim theme park changed from 1956 to 1959

In honor of the park’s anniversary, this story is the second part of a seven-part series looking at how Disneyland has changed decade by decade. This part deals with the many changes and addi…

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Disneyland honors Marine who died during 2021 Kabul attack

Marine Lance Cpl. Dylan Merola, who was killed during the 2021 Afghanistan exit, was honored during the Disneyland Resort Flag Retreat Ceremony.

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Disneyland in 1968 Through Fascinating Color Photos

Disneyland is an amusement park in Anaheim, California, which opened in 1955. It is the only one designed and built under the direct supervi...

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11 Attractions From Disneyland's Opening Day | Mental Floss

Many of these rides from Disneyland's grand opening in 1955 are still staples of the California theme park today.

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Disneyland cancels annual passholder program

Disneyland will start issuing prorated refunds to annual passholders starting on Thursday, Jan. 14, according to Disney officials.

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Celebrate Disneyland’s 65th Birthday Virtually

Check out Virtual Community Day | Disneyland’s 65th Anniversary Special at #DoStuffAtHome in on July 17, 2020 and get detailed info for the event - tickets, photos, video and reviews.

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See Disneyland as You’ve Never Seen It Before: Completely Empty

Disneyland in California has been closed for over a month due to coronavirus, and this video shows the park's eerie, empty attractions.

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14 vintage photos of Disneyland behind the scenes that will make you see the theme park in a whole new light

In the '60s, some photographers got behind-the-scenes looks at the California theme park, and captured their experiences through film.

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Disneyland’s First-Ever Customer Has Been Using His Lifetime Ticket Every Year Since 1955

There are so many things in life that bring joy to us humans and various amusement parks can sure be taken into the list of those little simple pleasures this world has to offer. Just think about the utopia of it - you get to walk around the fantasy world

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These Vintage Disneyland Photos Will Let You See the Park Through Walt's Eyes | Travel Leisure

You can’t build a time machine to visit Disneyland’s opening day, but "Walt Disney’s Disneyland," the new Taschen book by Chris Nichols, details

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The Urban Legend About Scattering Human Ashes at Disney Is True, and It's Worse Than We Thought

For at least 11 years, an unnerving story has made the rounds on Disney fan blogs: people regularly scatter the ashes of loved ones at Disneyland and Disney World. Well, today, the Wall Street Journal has confirmed the urban legend. And we’re not talkin

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Vintage Disneyland photos show the park in the summer of 1969

Take a trip back in time with these pictures of Disneyland from the summer of 1969. See what's different and what stayed pretty much the same at the beloved California park.

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Electrical Parade gets an extension at Disneyland - LA Times

Disneyland will extend the Electrical Parade until Aug. 20, instead of ending the show in June.

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Disneyland's grand opening was actually pretty disastrous

Melting tar, broken plumbing and PDAs...happily ever after.

Early in his career, Walt Disney had a vision of building an attraction next to his studio to entertain visitors — a place where a whole family could have fun together. In 1953 he bought 160 acres in Anaheim, California. Two years later, the $17 million Disneyland park opened to the public.

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In the Loop: First glimpse of Disneyland riverfront post-Star Wars Land

Welcome to another edition of In the Loop , the Los Angeles Times' theme park newsletter. I'm Funland theme park blogger  Brady MacDonald , and this week we battle monstrous sea monsters in Pacific Rim 5-D, sail along Disneyland 's short

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Popular Disneyland attractions closing for a year to make room for 'Star Wars' land - The Orange County Register

ANAHEIM – To make room for construction of a 14-acre “Star Wars” themed land, Disneyland Resort officials announced today several popular attractions will close for a year at Disneyland, including the railroad, Fantasmic! and most everything along the Rivers of America.

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You Can Have Breakfast On Disneyland's Jungle Cruise For A Mere $300: LAist

Assuming you also don't mind breakfast at dawn in Adventureland, that is.

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Disneyland 60th anniversary celebration gets end date -- but it may get a new use - LA Times

Disneyland 's 60th anniversary celebration -- including its overhauled nighttime parade, fiery fireworks show and fire-and-water extravaganza -- now has an end date.

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Disney buys Anaheim land, sparking expansion speculation - LA Times

The Walt Disney Co. has purchased three parcels of land near its Anaheim resort, sparking speculation that the property would free up land for a future park expansion involving Disney's Star Wars or Marvel's superhero characters.

Sports | NHL

Marcus Kruger daggers Ducks in triple OT thriller

Game 2 of the Western Conference Final was a physical and spirited affair between the Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks

Sports | NHL

Ducks beat Blackhawks 4-1 in West opener

Hampus Lindholm, Nate Thompson and Jakob Silfverberg each had a goal and an assist, and the Anaheim Ducks opened the Western Conference finals with a 4-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday. Frederik Andersen made 32 saves and Kyle Palmieri also

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Ducks eliminate Flames: What you need to know about Game 5

Everything you need to know about the Anaheim Ducks Game 5 win over the Calgary Flames on Sunday night. With the win, the Ducks will move on to face the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference Final.

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Ducks vs. Flames recap: What you need to know about Game 4

Every night during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Eye On Hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters will bring you up to speed everything you need to know about all of the action around the NHL. Here's what you need to know about Ducks vs. Flames, Game 4.

Sports | NHL

Ducks vs. Flames recap: What you need to know about Game 3

Everything you need to know about the Calgary Flames' Game 3 overtime win over the Anaheim Ducks.

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Ducks vs. Flames recap: What you need to know about Game 2 - CBSSports.com

Every night during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Eye On Hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters will bring you up to speed everything you need to know about all of the action around the NHL. Here's what you need to know about Ducks vs. Flames Game 2.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Disneyland Band to Disband After 60 Years - Hollywood Reporter

The Disneyland Band has been an institution at the Anaheim theme park since it opened in 1955. But on March 31, musicians were served an "end of run" notice, as "reimagining" will add a new sound and high-energy choreography. Longtime members of the 16-person group -- one has been in it for 44 years -- were invited to reaudition at dancing and acting tryouts.