WDT: Disneyland...What lithograph came with yours?

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  1. Brian O

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    I received the Tomorrowland Autopia. The ones I saw on sale locally had the Autopia one too. Just wondering if there are different ones? In the Supplemental Features on Disc 2 there is the Gallery of similiar posters of many of the Park's attractions. I am wondering if some of these are being used for Lithographs?
    I bought two of the Disneyland Tins numbered 50523 and 76779 at Costco. One is a Xmas gift for the Folks. These are very nostalgic for those that grew up in the '50s or '60s. By the way, I grew up in Anaheim, so I remember Disneyland very well in the '60s as a child. It was quite the experience then. The anticipation was so great the night before we went, that I could never sleep.[​IMG]
     
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    FWIW, I too got Autopia as the litho. I would love to get larger versions of all that are available.

    Interestingly, my family returned from 4 days at Disneyland on Saturday, and in my mailbox was WDT-Disneyland. Cool. I only watched a part of it last night, but enjoyed every minute.

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    Cmon guys...is the Autopia the only one? The Matterhorn one looks cool in the booklet inside.
     
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    I got Autopia, too. I bet they all have Autopia in them. However, I think the other ride posters may be available as postcards. You might check the Disney Store website.
     
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    At the Disney Gallery in Disneyland, they sell a few full-size attraction posters for $45 bucks a pop, and they have a larger selection of mini-posters for $35 each. The latter are maybe 8X10 IIRC - perhaps bigger than that, actually, but nowhere near as large as the 3'X5' full-size posters. Too bad they sell only a handful of the latter; they have a much bigger selection of the smaller ones.

    Anyway, if someone wants to pursue these, they can be ordered through 800-362-4533...
     
  6. Chris Dugger

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    Repro's of the original attraction posters can be gotten on eBay.

    I currently have the HAUNTED MANSION, PIRATES, AUTOTOPIA, SUBMARINE RIDE, and ALICE RIDE in their original sizes.

    Got them for around 60 bucks each.

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