Dr. Lee Returning Home To Dine At Club 33

After working 28 years at Club 33, it was so wonderful to return, but this time I was the guest!
Mickey and Pluto seemed happy to see me and I was sure happy to see them. Honestly, I miss Club 33, being there felt like home.

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

The Famous Dr. Lee!

The Famous Dr. Lee!

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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Mail a Smile Forever stamps celebrate Disney/Pixar characters:

 The U.S.Postal Service celebrated the issuance of 125 million new stamps featuring popular Disney/Pixar characters. The Mail a Smile Forever Stamps official dedication ceremony took place at Disney World Resort last month.

 The stamps sheet include five different designs spotlighting Flik and Dot from "a Bug's Life"; Mr. Incredibles and Dash from "The Incredibles"; Nemo and Squirt from "Finding Nemo"; Woody, Bullseye and Jessie from "Toy Story 2"; and Boo, Mike Wazowski and Sulley from "Monsters,Inc."

I have a sheet of these stamps and use them on all outgoing mail...Dr Lee

Monday, July 30, 2012

Disney Moblie Games launches "Where's My Perry?"

 Disney Mobile Games recently launched "Where's My Perry?" for iOS and Android. The new mobile game combines the comedic tone, themes and characters from Disney's No. 1 animated series, "Phineas and Ferb," with the gameplay of Disney's hit mobile game "Where's My Water?" The game centers on a new storyline around Phineas and Ferb's beloved Perry, the Platypus/crime-fighting Agent P, and includes a host of new features and gameplay mechanics.

 "Where's My Perry?" features the voices of Major Monogram, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, Carl and Perry's famous platypus sound. Disney also plans to add free updates with new levels, including special levels that feature Swampy, the lovable alligator and star of "Where's My Water?.

Cool...Dr Lee

Saluting our Olympians:

 When the USA Volleyball Teams visited Disneyland Park July 17,2012 before leaving for London Olympics, it was just the lastest in Disney's tradition of hosting Olympic athletes.

 In 1964, Disneyland hosted more than 400 U.S. athletes heading to Japan for the Summer Olympics. Events included a tribute show, featuring Bob Hope and a cast of Hollywood stars. During the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, Disneyland hosted thousands of athletes, officials and dignitaries from more than 140 nations. And in 1988, Disneyland hosted a send-off for members of team USA as they prepared to leave for the Olympics in Seoul, Kores. Following the games, we saluted our returning Olympians with an event featuring Vice President George H.W. Bush.

 But perhaps the biggest splash was in October 2004. That's when Cast Members constructed an Olympic-size pool in less than 30 hours so that Olympic gold medalist swimmers Michael Phelps, Ian Crocker and Lenny Krayzelburg could literally swim down Main Street, U.S.A.

I remember that Olympic-size pool on Main Street, U.S.A.     Dr Lee

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Dr Lee's Business cards:

 About 20 years ago, I had made for me some business cards. Note if you will, being Dr Lee of Club 33, you should only expect the un-expected business card from me. That being saided, I have re-made these and would like to give you a few, free.

I shall receive these business cards on Monday, July 30th. Years ago when I started giving these cards out, most people still to this day have them. I hope when you read my business card, you will laugh and say "only Dr Lee would have these."

 So if you want some, here is my E-Mail,   "lnlshow@aol.com".....  need your contact information. Have already sent out cards and will do the same for you.

All information received will be deleted once cards are sent....Dr Lee

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

An exhibit of royal proportions:

 Whether you are in sunny California or hazy Hong Kong, every Disney resort around the world has a central icon in common- a Disney princess castle.

 To celebrate the magic of Disney castles around the world, Walt Disney Imagineering debuted Crowning Achievements-Creating Castles for magical Kingdoms, an exhibit at The Disney Gallery at Disneyland Park that began June 30,2012 and will continue into 2013.

 The first Disney theme park castle that was built was Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park in 1955. Originally to be named after Snow White, it was later changed to honor Aurora to help promote the 1959 release of Walt Disney's 16th animated film, "Sleeping Beauty."

 According to the team at Walt Disney Imagineering: "Walt built Sleeping Beauty Castle here in Disneyland Park to sreve as an iconic source of inspiration, meant to enchant Guests into continuing onward, beyond the lively, small-town comfort of Main Street, U.S.A., toward wondrous gateways leading to imaginative new frontiers. Every other Disney castle, from Flordia to Hong Kong, successfully followed in their predecessor's regal footsteps.


Shanghai Disney Resort, scheduled to open in 2015, will feature the first Disney castle not named after a specific princess. Instead,the Enchanted Storybook Castle will honor all Disney princesses.

 I like the Castles at night, with so many lights...Dr Lee

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Disneyland 57th birthday, today July 17,2012!!!

 With the grand reopening of Disney California Adventure Park only a month behind us, it's time to celebrate the anniversary of Disneyland Park.

 Only 6,000 invitations were sent out for the July 17, 1955, opening, yet more than 28,000 Guests stormed the original Magic Kingdom that hot summer day. Working drinking fountains were scare, and ladies high heels sunk into the still-wet asphaly. But it wound up being a day that few would ever forget.

 Fifty-seven years later, just as Walt envisioned, Disneyland Park continues to grow. It is now part of a destination resort that includes three hotels, A Downtown Disney District and Disney California Adventure Park, which showcases the new Cars Land and Buena Vista Street.

Guests have come to expect exceptional Guest service when they pass beneath the plaque above the tunnel leading to Main Street, U.S.A. that reads: "Here, you leave today and enter the world of yesterday,tomorrow and fastasy."

 On July 17,2012 at 2:30 p.m., a celebratory moment will be held to commemorate the 57th anniversary of opening day. An audio recording of Walt Disney's original dedication speech will be heard throughout Disneyland Park, and Mickey Mouse and his pals will gather in Town Square to sing "Happy Birthday."

I was only 3 years old when Disneyland opened.... Dr Lee

History and Heritage:

Eggs and Coffee on Main Street, U.S.A. :

   How many Cast Members or Guests remember the Egg House on Main Street, U.S.A. in Disneyland Park?

 Officially named American Egg house when it opened July 14, 1978, this restaurant specialized in breakfast and was sponsored by the American Egg board.

 The location originally opened December 1,1955, as the Maxwell House Coffee House and was renamed Hills Brothers Coffee House in 1958, before it was replaced by Town Square Cafe in 1976.

  Two years later, the American Egg House restaurant opened before changing,once again, to the town Square Cafe in 1983. The location closed for the last time in August 1992, and became part of the Disney Showcase, a store known for its character shirts, hats and accessories.

Did you know?

 Although the American Egg House is now just an entry in Disney history, many Cast Members still call the gate adjacent to The Mad Hatter shop the "Egg House" gate.

I must say, "I like my eggs over medium with orange juice"...dang, getting hungry!!  Dr Lee

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Club 33 birthday, "45 years old":

 Forty-five years ago, 33 Royal Street became perhaps the most mysterious address at Disneyland Park. Behind the green door in New Orleans Square is Club 33, a membership-exclusive restaurant and lounge.

 Inspired by executive lounges at the 1964 New York World's Fair, Walt Disney envisioned a similar concept at Disneyland Park. Sadly, Walt Disney passed away six months before Club 33 opened June 15, 1967.

 Club 33 is adorned with artwork and vintage items that Walt and his wife, Lillian, discovered in New Orleans. A replica Victorian-age, French-style lift opens on the second floor to The Gallery. An oak telephone booth adapted from "The Happiest Millionaire" is in the hallway. The Disney Room, or Trophy Room, was to be the setting for a show featuring five Audio-Animatronics figures; two magpies, an owl, a raccoon and a vulture that would entertain Guests and participate in their conversations through microphones hidden in chandeliers. The show never developed- only the vulture remains on his perch in the corner of the room.

Club 33 members are also invited to the new, private 1901 lounge at Carthay Circle Theatre in Disney California Adventure Park.

As the retired bartender of Club 33, so many great memories....Dr Lee