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Photo Report: June 25th, 2012 - Mater's Junkyard Jamboree, Carthay Circle Restaurant...
Please enjoy our latest item, a photo report from June 25th, 2012:
We'll start off with an ever so brief trip to Disneyland to catch a performance of the Voices of Liberty outside the Main Street Opera House
And as quickly as we got to Disneyland, it's time to leave and head over to Disney California Adventure for an in-depth look at the wonderful details in the queue for Mater's Junkyard Jamboree
This building is the old Bountiful Valley Farm building, blended perfectly into the junkyard theme
Most of the props reference many of the Mater's Tall Tale shorts that feature Mater in roles you wouldn't imagine him in
The queue shade structures have license plates and road signs all over
A nice view of the Carthay Circle Theatre off in the distance
Grizzly Peak looks lovely behind Mater's Junkyard Jamboree
I think it's safe to say that would qualify as a Hidden Mickey :-)
Onto the ride itself!
The tractors are so cute!
The Junkyard Jukebox plays the fantastic original songs written just for this attraction
There's the man... or car himself making his way down Route 66
These vendors are all over Cars Land selling drinks and snacks to guests waiting in the long lines that are sure to be found
The Ornament Valley looks amazing behind Luigi's Casa Della Tires!
The Leaning Tower of Tires!
A Disneyland Gazette photo report is no longer complete without some photos of the new most breathtaking sight in the Disneyland Resort!
Mater heading out
Lightning McQueen heading in
Back to the beauty
A diagram along the path telling you all about the Ornament Valley
The transition between Cars Land and Pacific Wharf is so perfect that you can't really tell where one ends and the other begins
Mickey riding the Red Car Trolley as part of the Red Car News Boys show
Willie's serving up some churros over by the the entrance to Condor Flats
Let's look at some of the details inside Clarabelle's Ice Cream and Fiddler, Fifer, and Practical Cafe
The menu for Fiddler, Fifer, and Practical Cafe
These are the kind of details that make Disney what it is
Get some Mad Treats to go along with an evening of fun at the Mad T Party
A cool vintage candy machine in Trolley Treats
A vintage television too
Some patriotism in the foreground of the Carthay Circle Theatre
I want this Red Car Trolley Mickey antenna topper!
This is a flat plate you can hang on the wall
A print of the Storytellers statue by artist Noah
Match the period and get a fedora!
Five & Dime pulling into town for a set
Mickey on the back
Mickey on the wheels
And now for the main focus of this photo report, a tour of the Carthay Circle Restaurant
Photos of Walt are everywhere
There's a good amount of Snow White in the restaurant, as the original Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles is where Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs premiered back in 1937
Interesting choice. California here I come I guess...
Stairs or elevator?
Putting that alcohol license to good use
The wine/beer menu
The Buena Vista Room
Flowers on the table
A look at some of the food options. This is the hamburger meal, a surprising (but welcomed) choice for such a fancy place
The ceiling artwork is straight out of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Showbiz is given a lot of limelight, with many photos of Walt (and other Disney luminaries) receiving Academy Awards
Pete Docter (director of Monsters Inc. and UP) and Lee Unkrich (director of Toy Story 3) receiving their Academy Awards
Walt once again up top, and the Sherman Brothers bellow
Walt with Shirley Temple
Walt and his brother Roy with Virginia Davis filming some of the Alice in Wonderland shorts from the 1920s
Walt stepping into a plane
Heading out to the balcony
Looking up to the top of the theatre, oh so close
The views from up here are phenomenal!
Looking down Hollywood Blvd.
You have to head outside of this theatre to get popcorn...
The Hyperion Bridge and Disneyland off in the distance
Looking down Buena Vista Street
The Carthay Circle Fountain
Heading downstairs and out of the Carthay Circle Restaurant
On the floor outside, you can spot a tiny Hidden Mickey
The entrance to the extremely hard to get into 1901 inside the Carthay Circle Theatre
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