September 20, 2008

It takes people to make the dream a reality

Disneyland’s Casting Office was just to the left of Harbor House, the small building where Cast Members entered and left the Park (after finding a slot to slip that all-important time card so you’d remember where it was among the thousands in the racks the next day). Casting put out this lovely little brochure, which describes quite nicely what it was like to work for the Mouse in the 1980s.

Of course, what I like most is that Outdoor Vending is so well represented!

If you always wanted to work at Disneyland but never made it to the Casting Office, I hope you’ve enjoyed this look inside.

2 comments:

Viewliner Ltd. said...

These items gives us a very cool idea of what Disneyland behind the scenes was all about. Great stuff. Thanks.

Wendy said...

I remember that brochure!