Something's a little screwy about the date we found, though.
ANAHEIM, CA -- Uncle Walt's Insider has already reported that the new Skyliner gondola transportation system will connect with Disneyland in California. So last week, Disney officially announced the opening day of the Skyliner at Walt Disney World in Florida. And today, Uncle Walt's Insider has confirmed an opening date for the gondola system at Disneyland!
It opens on June 23, 1956!
We admit, we'll need to do some further checking. That date seems ...
It's Super Puzzle Fun Time again!
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- We hadn't had puzzle time here at Uncle Walt's Insider in a while! So we thought we'd give you something fun to while away those chilly summer days. (It's chilly here on Svalbard, at least.)
Here is a well-known quote from our own Uncle Walt. Just find which letters correspond to which numbers, and the quote will appear like magic! (Especially if you print it out and actually write down the ...
A late-1980's pin surfaces with Minnie and a racist symbol.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- Just when the controversy over Donald Duck's Nazi history had finally settled down, the Disney Company finds itself on the defensive again. And this time, it was because of a character no one expected.
Minnie Mouse has some explaining to do.
Pinning down her background
Several Uncle Walt's Insider readers [Ed.: Two counts as "several," right?] called our attention to a 1989 official Disney pin which features Minnie Mouse and the Betsy ...
Daily guest prices have not yet been set.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Parts of the new Disney Skyliner gondola system are just weeks away from opening -- and Skyliner Annual Passes are now available, exclusively through Uncle Walt's Insider!
That's right, Disney has outsourced initial sales of its gondola passes to Uncle Walt's! For the low, low price of only $395.00 per person per year, you can be a "Skyliner Annual Passholder."
Perks and benefits
In addition to unlimited rides on the Skyliner ...
This attraction looks slightly familiar.
BOWIE, MD -- In a not-so-subtle ripoff of the Hall of Presidents at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, Six Flags America has announced the opening of a "Hall of Vice Presidents" attraction.
As with all things Six Flags, the show is not quite up to the same quality level. The Vice Presidents are not full fledged audio-animatronics, but rather cardboard cutouts. A few with speaking roles have moving lower jaws.
In the initial version of the show, only three ...