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Disneyland After Dark 

Taking a look at Disneyland following nightfall, including nighttime entertainment and appearances by many celebrities of the day.


William Beaudine, Hamilton Luske (as Hamilton S. Luske)


Larry Clemmons

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Episode complete credited cast:
Louis Armstrong ... Himself
Bobby Rydell ... Himself
Annette Funicello ... Herself (as Annette)
Bobby Burgess ... Himself
Monette Moore Monette Moore ... Herself
Kid Ory ... Himself
Johnny St. Cyr Johnny St. Cyr ... Himself
Harvey Brooks Harvey Brooks ... Himself
The Elliott Brothers Orchestra The Elliott Brothers Orchestra ... Themselves
The Dapper Dans The Dapper Dans ... Themselves
The Osmonds ... Themselves
The Royal Tahitians The Royal Tahitians ... Themselves
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Barn Paul Barn ... Carinet Player
Mike De Lay Mike De Lay ... Trumpet Player
Walt Disney ... Himself - Host


Taking a look at Disneyland following nightfall, including nighttime entertainment and appearances by many celebrities of the day.

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The Pied Piper of Jazz Takes You on a Swing Through the Magic Kingdom!







Release Date:

15 April 1962 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)


Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This episode was later released theatrically as a short subject. See more »

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Was Disneyland really this quaint once upon a time?
9 February 2001 | by moonspinner55See all my reviews

It's hard to believe the crowded, chaotic Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, CA was once so under-populated and innocent. Walt Disney himself opens this TV show/European theatrical release buying popcorn from a vendor ("Lots of butter, sir, just the way you like it," the young man tells him) and is soon surrounded by autograph-seekers (watch for the one who takes Walt's popcorn!). Soon we are in Tomorrowland for a nighttime concert featuring Annette Funicello (warbling her way through "Dance Annette") and Bobby Rydell (very ingratiating while performing "Around The World") and then it's on to Frontierland for a jazz bit by Louis Armstrong. The movie is a simple, friendly tour of a theme park which used to be quaint and homey, and it makes one really miss the Disneyland that used to be. Of course, this is a time-capsule relic now, but a must-see for Mouse-fans. Disneyland has always been a nice place to visit, but from the way it looked in 1962, I'd want to live there.

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