I’m home from Walt Disney World and delaying my re-entry into the “world outside the swamp” by watching a bunch of Walt Disney World videos on YouTube.
After I finished catching up with DSNY Newscast; re-watching Jack’s doings over the past week or so, I found a pretty interesting vid from Fastpass Facts.
The fun clip attempts to answer an omnipresent question: Why does “Peter Pan’s Flight” always have such long lines? Using the original Disneyland version as the primary example, our FPF friends boiled it down to one answer:
I jest, but only slightly:
It’s an enjoyable watch…
I love the in-depth discussion of Walt Disney’s involvement on the first version of Disneyland’s Peter Pan ride, the evolution of the attraction, and why folks might be a little more attached to “Peter Pan’s Flight” than other classic dark rides.
And, nice work by Will Engel as he hosted his first vid for Fastpass Fact.
BTW: They used one of my favorite clips, too.
Here’s Walt using some “Pixie Dust” in one of his early television shows:
And while we’re at it, here’s Tom Hanks playing Walt Disney recreating the above clip in Saving Mr. Banks: