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!

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Friday, November 30, 2012

Xmas time of year:

 With Christmas upon us, I would like to wish everyone who reads this a very Merry Christmas and Safe and Happy New Year 

  Happy Holidays...Dr Lee

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Please Do Not Feed the Animals:

 Don't feed the animals, treat our visiting ducks, cats, squirrels and other animal guests with the same world-class service as our human Guests. To keep them healthy and happy, please avoid giving them food, picking them up or approaching them. Designated feeding stations have been set up with healthy food for certain animals, which also receive veterinarian checkups, vaccinations and spay/neuter procedures. By not feeding animals additional food, you can do your part to protect our furry and feathered friends.

The Running of the Goats:

 To the goats at Big Thunder Ranch, dusk means only one thing-DINNER. For Guests, it means they're about to witness "The Running of the Goats," a special moment when all 16 goats are released from their pen,and,harnessed in pairs, trot backstage to eat,bells jingling. This parade of goats lasts only a few minutes, but it leaves Guests smiling long after it's over.

other news....

"Star Wars" joins the Disney family:

 Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, announced Oct.30 that The Walt Disney Company is acquiring Lucasfilm Ltd., the global entertainment company founded by George Lucas and home of the legendary "Star Wars" franchise.

 In addition to getting the rights to one of the greatest family franchises and epic stories of all time, Disney is also acquiring all of Lucasfilm's operating businesses, including Industrial Light and Magic and Skywalker Sound.

 The "Star Wars"  universe now has more than 17,000 characters inhabiting several thousand planets spanning 20,000 years, providing Disney with infinite inspiration and opportunities to continue the epic"Star Wars" saga. Fans can expect a new feature film, "Star Wars Episode 7," in theaters in 2015. George Lucas will serve as creative consultant on the film and Kathleen Kennedy, the filmmaker  he handpicked to lead "Star Wars," "Indians Jones'' and the rest of Lucasfilm into the future, will be the executive producer and join Disney as president of Lucasfilm. With this many characters to develop and stories to tell, Disney plans to release a new "Star Wars" feature film every two or three years for the foreseeable future.

Happy Holidays to you and your family...Dr Lee

Monday, November 19, 2012

The Pope House-home to animal lovers since 1954;

 Just behind Big Thunder Ranch sits the Pope House, the only house that remains on Disneyland property since before the park was built.

 Owen and Dolly Pope showed horses at fairs across California before Walt Disney hired them in 1951 to help him train horses for the Western part of the park he was building. First, they moved into a trailer at the Walt Disney Studio in Burbank to be close to the animals they were training before relocating to a house being moved to make way for the park. The house was then moved to what would become the 10-acre ranch and pony farm on property at Disneyland. The farm continued to grow to over 200 animals before the Popes moved to Flordia to established the Tri-Circle-D Ranch at the Walt Disney World Resort. The pony farm was renamed Circle D Corral in 1980.

 The Popes have the distinction of being the only individuals to ever have lived at Disneyland. The Pope House is now home to the Circle D team, which continues the Pope's care, training and love for our animal Cast Members.

Cool stuff...Dr Lee

Some more cool stuff...

Animals of the Disneyland Resort:

A...16 goats

B...16 horses

C...3 turkeys

D...2 sheep

E...2 donkeys

F...2 cockatoos

G...1 cow

 cooler stuff...

 Birds aren't just in the Tiki Room:

 If you look closely while entering the queue to the Jungle Cruise, you'll spot two white cockatoos nestled in a cage themed to the attraction's decor, greeting Guests. Poppy and Zoyie reside at Circle D, but they visit the Jungle Cruise when the temperature hits 75 degrees. Poppy loves to laugh, and Zoyie likes to say hello to Guests. The birds have been greeting Guests at the Jungle Cruisae for 10 years.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Weathering the storm-75 years ago:


 Just weeks before the December 1937 release of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" made motion-picture history, Walt Disney gave audiences a taste of the latest in animation techniques with the Nov.5 release of the groundbreaking short "The Old Mill."

 The 68th release in the Silly Synphonies series marked the first use of Disney's multiplane camera, which gave animators the ability to create new depth and dimension in animation. In less than nine minutes, "The Old Mill" tells the story of an approaching storm and how birds, mice and other creatures seek shelter in an abandoned mill. The cartoon incorporates realistic depictions of animal behavior, rain and wind, ripples and reflections, and three-dimensional rotation of detailed objects.

 Directed by Wilfred Jackson, scored by Leigh Harline and produced by Walt Disney, "The Old Mill" won Academy Awards for Best Short and in the scientific and technical category.

Park tribues:

 Guests on the Storybook Land Canal Boats might notice three miniature mills on their journey, while "World of Color" also pays tribute to the short. And at Disneyland Paris, hungry Guests saunter up to The Old Mill snack stand, which is an actual windmill.

My oldest daughter Kimberly was an attraction hostess on the Storybook Land Canal Boats...Dr Lee

Friday, November 9, 2012

Lace up your skates:

 Guests can skate into the world of Tinker Bell at a new ice skating rink now open at the Downtown Disney District.

 Located between AMC 12 Theatres and the ESPN Zone, the rink invites Guests of all ages to glide along to special music and lighting effects to celebrate the release of Disney's "Secret of the Wings."

 Beginning Nov.12,2012, a special holiday village will surround the rink, with themed chalets where Guests can purchase seasonal foods and merchandise. The fee is $15 for one hour of skating, and skate rentals are free for Cast Members who present a valid company ID.  Helmets will also be provided and required for skaters safety.

Just "LOVE" the holidays at the Disneyland Resort...Dr Lee

Earl of Sandwich officially opens Nov.2,2012:

 The Downtown Disney District will officially welcome Guests to Earl of Sandwich with a ribbon cutting and grand opening event on Friday, Nov.2, 2012 at 2 p.m. The new resturant is located next to the AMC 12 Theatres. Earl of Sandwich features hot sandwiches with freshly baked bread, flavorful wraps, hand-tossed salads and more. An ordering window for Cast Members is located in the back of the resturant, where Cast can order meals in person or pick up phone orders, both in and out of costume.

All ready hungry...Dr Lee

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Get ready for `Limited Time Magic`:

 Imagine a Valentine's Day celebration that lasts all week. Or hearing the Dapper Dans rocking out with boy band hits in barbershop style.

 Surprises like this are in store for Guests and Cast alike each  week in 2013 as Disney celebrates life's treasured-yet fleeting-moments with "Limited Time Magic" at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World resorts.

 Here are a few of the unique experiences that will begin in January:

1...True Love: Instead of just one day, romance will be celebrated throughout Valentine's Week with special moments and entertainment geared to lovebirds.

2...Pirate Week...Talk like a pirate all week long as the adventures of Jack Sparrow come to life during a bicoastal bash.

3...Unleashed the Villains: Disneyland Park will stay open until the 13th hour (1 a.m.) on Friday the 13th in September for a Disney Villains dance party and other nighttime mischief.

4...Golden Horseshoe Revue: The fabled Frontierland show returns to Disneyland Park for one month only, bringing back the corney jokes and enduring songs that were enjoyed by Walt Disney himself.

Maybe Disneyland should bring Dr Lee back for a week to Club 33????......just a thought,humm!

Dr Lee retired and having to much fun...