Mouse tales: a behind-the-ears look at Disneyland

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Bonaventure Press, 1995 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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A revealing glimpse backstage at Disneyland, its development, and its operations

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I like how this book takes you behind the scenes of disneyland and you van actually see what happened at certain attractions. So its like when you go back there after reading the book, you can see certain things that many people wouldn't see or you can be informed of what happened at certain attractions. I like this book. 

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Excerpt from my full review at seattlebooks.tumblr.com: I'm not sure how to preface this book, so let's just dive in. Journalist David Koenig sets out to unearth the truth behind Disneyland's pristine ... Read full review

Contents

The Making of the Mouse House Mr Disney Builds His Dream House
17
Underground Disneyland Secrets of the Kingdom
41
A Cast of Characters Working at the Happiest Place on Earth
59
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Koenig is the senior editor of the business journal The Merchant Magazine. He has a degree in journalism.

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