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What follows - "Grim Grinning Ghosts" - is slightly more imaginative, though it only depicts a tiny bit of the Haunted Mansion ride from which the selected song stems.Most of it features Disney villains (the Wicked Witch of Snow White, Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, Captain Hook, and the Big Bad Wolf) ghouling it up outside the spooked New Orleans Square site along with Donald in a ghost suit and some dancing trees.All in all, Disneyland Fun runs just 29 minutes including end credits, which seems short, but is appropriate for the intended pre-school audience and does pack in more fun and activity than your typical half-hour of television.Still, while highly entertaining for those familiar with the Anaheim park (a class I finally entered this past July), it does not amount to much more than a promotion for a Disney vacation or a vicarious trip down memory lane.Brief but enticing, "The Character Parade" shows off another attraction of the park.Finally, "When You Wish Upon a Star" bids a slow-motion nighttime farewell to guests as Mickey, Minnie, and company escape through Sleeping Beauty Castle.
The lyrics and images for the next sequence, "Making Memories", amount to a prolonged advertisement for cameras and film (they were written by Brothers Sherman for a Kodak-sponsored pre-show), while highlighting another attractive aspect (the ability to document) of a Disneyland vacation.
Disneyland Fun is the only volume set at the originating park, the one which Walt Disney lived to see realized.
While all four titles were initially released to VHS last decade, Disneyland Fun is also the oldest, having debuted on home video in the summer of 1990.
First, the eight previously-seen personalities are joined by Alice and the White Rabbit, Mary Poppins, Bert, and their assorted penguin friends for "I'm Walking Right Down the Middle of Main Street U. A.", a catchy, laid-back ode to the turn-of-the-20th-century section of the park that Disneyland visitors first pass through.
"Follow the Leader" from Peter Pan accompanies our introduction to Adventureland.