That's why Ron Miller never even tried. The park specials made during the "What Would Do Era," none of which seem to be on D+ but can still be seen on YouTube, feel like variety shows set at Disneyland/Walt Disney World. They switched to tape instead of film starting with the opening of WDW in 1971, but they are still valuable records of how the parks sold themselves to the public before Eisner and what they had to offer. After that, it got progressively more slick and corporate. It's nice to know The Imagineering Story offers at least some acknowledgment that things went wrong and that time has given them a clearer-headed perspective on what worked and what did not. I just hope they don't make those same mistakes again because I fear they could be even more costly next time.