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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The Famous Dr. Lee Making Drinks

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

'Disney's Planes' reveals full voice cast:

 Audiences worldwide are fastening their seatbelts as "Disney's Planes" prepares to take off this summer. Joining Dane Cook, who provides the voice of Dusty, are Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett,Teri Hatcher, Cedric the Entertainer,Julia Louis-Dreyfus, John Cleese, Carlos Alazrequi, Priyanka Chopra, Gabriel Iglesias, Roger Craig Smith, Colin Cowherd, Sinbad, Oliver Kalkofe and Brent Musburger.

Adding some high-flying flair from the classic feature film are Anthony Edwards and Val Kilmer.

 Inspired by the world of "Cars" and directed by Disneytoon Studios veteran and aviation enthusiast Klay Hall ("King of the Hill," "The Simpsons"), "Disney's Planes " is an action-packed 3D animated comedy adventure about Dusty's dream of competing as a high-flying air racer- and his decidedly unfortunate fear of heights. The film takes off in theaters in 3D on Aug. 9.

all abroad...Dr Lee

Friday, April 26, 2013

Main Street is all a "Buzz"...

 Imagine being asked by Walt Disney to select the best location to build "The Happiest Place on Earth." As your mind begins to fill with thoughts of traffic patterns, climate, tourism trends and revenue streams, you ask what he thinks. Walt responds only by saying, "You tell me."

 Luckily, Walt handpicked someone who was able to do just that.

 And on April 9,2013, economist Harrison "Buzz" Price was honored posthumously with a window on Main Street, U.S.A., for his ability to look at a horizon of orange groves and visualize the perfect location for Walt's new concept in outdoor entertainment- Disneyland.

 "Buzz", who was with the Stanford Research Institute when Walt approached him, embarked on a mission with an impossible timeline- the park was set to debut to the world just two years later. But like so many who worked with Walt, Buzz made the impossible a reality.

Buzz's impressive work on the Disneyland land acquisition promted Walt to encourage him to form his own consulting company. In 1958, Buzz founded Economics Research Associates, and the company went on to conduct more than 100 studies for Walt and his brother, Roy. When they asked Buzz in 1963 to recommend a site for what would become Walt Disney World, "most people thought it would be Miami, but Buzz said that the Orlando area was the key- it was where tourists crisscrossed the state by car and passed through on their way south to Miami area.

 Years later, Buzz assisted with the site for the Tokyo Disneyland project.

Outside of the company, Walt personally entrusted Buzz to help manage the future of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), and Buzz remained a loyal trustee for the institute for many years. In 1994, he received a lifetime achievement- an award that has since been renamed the Buzz Price Thea Award. In 2003, Buzz was named a Disney Legend. He passed away Aug.15,2010.

very cool indeed...Dr Lee

One Hundred & One Tips on Being a great Bartender...


2...Say Thank You

3...Introduce yourself

4...Use premium brands

5...Replace each drink with a clean napkin

6...Use a clean glass with new drink

7...Suggest drink specials

8...Use new dollar bills

9...Have a flashlight

10...Do not push drinks

11...Keep abreast of new drinks

12...Read newspaper everyday

13...Have taxi cab numbers available

14...Make eye contact with Guests and fellow Cast Members


16...Have local phone book available

17...Have two bartender guides

18...Keep a sports almanac

19...Have note pads

20...Never argue with the Guests

21...Remember Guests drinks

22...Address Guests by their first names

23...Present and offer bar snacks or bar menu

24...Have coffee/tea available

25...Have mocktails (non-alcoholic drinks) available

26...Keep hands and fingernails clean

27...Do not touch ice with hands

28...Do not touch rim of glass

29...Keep beer glasses cold

30...Hair neat and groomed

31...Have extra costume available

32...Costume clean and pressed

33...Have a Disneyland Guide book

34...Give last call 1/2 hour before

35...Last call is last call


37...Present check to Guest

38...Know current Disneyland Resort hours

39...Don't spend to much time with one Guest

40...Have current Disneyland Resort  entertainment schedule

41...Don't talk about other Guests business

42...Don't talk about money

43...Don't talk about religion

44...Don't talk politics

45...Do not settle arguments

46...Know at least two clean jokes

47...Don't use foul language


49...Do not make fun of Guests

50...Do not talk about other Cast Members

51...Do not talk down about current management

52...Do not take or place bets

53...Say "Goodnight" or "Good Bye"

54...Invite Guests back,soon

55...Replace spilled drinks free

56...Do not eat behind the bar

57...Keep bar surface clean and dry

58...Do not yell


60...Do not argue with fellow Cast Members

61...Congratulate Guests on birthdays/special occasions

62...Do not mix business with pleasure

63...Do not drink behind the bar

64...Do not over-serve Guests


66...Do not borrow money from Guests

67...Be active in local charities

68...Work fast and neat

69...Leave personal problems at home

70...Have local map available

71...Keep back bar clean

72...Make drinks in front of Guest when possible

73...Keep bottles clean/capped with pourers

74...Do not use slang words

75...Do not criticize other Guests

76...Use correct measurements

77...Keep fruit and garnish fresh

78...The correct glass for the correct cocktail

79...Serve the lady first

80...Keep the bar snacks full

81...Do not over-extend your break

82...Wear a watch

83...Avoid cutting corners

84...Create your own signature cocktail

85...Don't complain about tips

86...Have a calender available

87...Take a class on alcohol awareness

88...Listen to information from salemen and distributors

89...Keep extra reading glasses behind bar

90...Be on time

91...Put things back were they belong

92...Have bottled water available

93...Keep toothpicks out of your month

94...Keep toothpicks behind bar for Guests

95...If your not sure, check I.D.

96...Make phone calls brief

97...Count change back to Guests

98...Do not count tips in front of Guests or other Cast Members

99...Keep undated suppliers list

100..Have working pens behind bar

101...Work and make it a career, then retire like Dr Lee..........

That's all for now...Dr Lee

Friday, April 12, 2013

Did you know?????

1...The Disneyland Resort is home to approximately 18,000 trees and 125,000 shrubs.

2...Approximately 1 million annuals are planted each year.

3...A young Cottonwood tree that was started as a seeding on the Disney family farm in Marceline, Mo., is planted along the Rivers of America.

4...The Mickey Mouse flower "portrait" at the Disneyland  Park main entrance is planted up to nine times a year with 10,000 bedding plants.

5...The Jungle Cruise attraction hosts plants from four continents.

6...Drip irrigation can use as much as 20 to 50 percent less water than a conventional water system. Since Disneyland Resort started using drip irrigation, there is over 25 miles of tubes around the resort.

Pretty cool stuff,huh......Dr Lee

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Disneyana to relocate to make room for Starbucks:

 As it prepares for the debut of Starbucks products in the fall, Market house will close April 14 to begin expansion into the adjacent space now occupied by Disneyana in Disneyland Park.

 Market house will reopen this fall, still themed as a turn-of-the-century general store, serving Starbucks coffee,espresso and specialty beverages, artisan breakfast sandwiches and a selection of Disney pastries.

 Disneyana, which sells Disney collectibles and artwork, will move down Main Street, U.S.A., into the Bank of Main Street building, now home to the Disney Gallery. The new location will be called Disneyana and will continue to offer the gallery's rotating exhibits and select art and collectibles.

Disneyana is very cool ... Dr Lee