There is a rumor that the plane from the Great Movie Ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the plane used in the film Casablanca. The plane in the Great Movie Ride scene is actually a Lockheed Electra 12A plane. The plane used in Casablanca was a prop made of wood.
In 1977, a Liberal Party representative in Finland proposed to youth centers that they stop buying Donald Duck comics because they were an unnecessary expense during the downturn in the economy. The media stretched the truth and now there is a myth that Finland banned Donald Duck because he doesn't wear pants!
Some believe that Walt Disney left a video beyond the grave about how to run the company after his death. This myth has been busted because he actually left the operations up to his brother Roy, who left it to his son.
Disney theme parks have always had a strict employee code. In 1950, men couldn't have facial hair and until the 60's, men with long hair were not permitted into the park. This myth is true. Disneyland was trying to keep a wholesome image.
In the original release of The Lion King, the letters S-E-X can be seen spelled in the leaves when Simba lays down. It was removed in the DVD release which turned this into a myth. The letters actually spell out "SFX", the abbreviation for special effects.
Some people believe that during the balcony scene of Aladdin, he says "good teenagers, take off your clothes." This myth is false, he is actually saying "good kitty, take off and go" while Rajah is snarling at him.
There is a rumor going around that Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen and buried under the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. There is no evidence that this really happened.
It is alleged that a disgruntled animator decided to get even with Disney after being laid off. He is said to have drawn a very inappropriate body part on the castle for The Little Mermaid's poster. Both Disney and the animator claim this was an accident. Hmm, we wonder what Freud would say about it.
Some believe that one of the singing busts in the graveyard in the Haunted Mansion is Walt Disney. The image is actually of Thurl Ravenscroft who closely resembled Walt Disney's appearance.
There is a rumor as old as the Haunted Mansion that a guest died of a heart attack while riding the popular Disneyland ride. It is completely fiction, no one has ever died on this one or any other ride at a Disney theme park.
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Biggest Disney Myths
"Of all the things I’ve done, the most vital is coordinating those who work with me and aiming their efforts at a certain goal" – Walt Disney
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley Stoney Point in Chatsworth at the bottom of Santa Susana Pass. Within bicycle distance of my home in the 50s & 60s
Don Andres Pico
Knollwood Golf Course, Granada Hills, CA worked at Knollwood Liquors
San Fernando Valley Line. P.C.E. 5011 on Fan Trip at Universal City, 10/19/52. — at San Fernando Valley
Bela Lugosi pictured at San Fernando Valley Pioneer Memorial Cemetery in Sylmar
Jayne Mansfield in Van Nuys, CA March 30, 1959 - San Fernando Valley Relics Collection
The Palomino Club in N. Hollywood. Went there in the 70s with my sister's crowd. Saw Commander Cody there.