The allure of Disney parks is fueled by both new and nostalgic attractions designed to build memories for the millions of guests who visit each year. Once inside the park gates, the sights and sounds created by generations of Imagineers come into view. If you look closely, you can spot tributes to the people who helped bring the parks to life. On Main Street, U.S.A. in Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Disneyland Paris, the names of Disney luminaries are creatively embellished across the windows on the various buildings. “Open Since ’55—Disneyland Casting Agency—’It Takes People to Make the Dream a Reality’—Walter Elias Disney, Founder & Director Emeritus” and “Center Street—Painting & Sculpture—Collin Campbell, Herbert Ryman, Blaine Gibson, Mary Blair, Dorothea Redmond” are just two of the fictional business facades that pay tribute to various Imagineers for all posterity.
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