Walt Disney Archives
With a gelatinous goo called Flubber, the alchemist in The Absent-Minded Professor transformed a Model "T" into a high-flying fantasy.
WED Enterprises, Walt's planning and designing firm, built the horse drawn streetcars by working from photographs of earlier authentic vehicles.
The biggest names in racing, including Andy Granatelli, Max Balchowsky, Bob Bondurant, and Joe Playan, teamed up for the driving stunts in The Love Bug.
Disney Legend Bob Gurr talks through the nuts and bolts of Disneyland's Autopia.
Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure is now translated to the screen in color by Technicolor, with Bobby Driscoll, Robert Newton and Basil Sydney topping a great cast of characters.
A pirate costume for hefty, bearded Peter Ustinov, who looms larger in the entertainment industry than his physical 270-pounds, was a problem beyond mere size.
If a much sought after formula for successful motion pictures really exists, then Disney producer-writer Bill Walsh, whose current offering is Blackbeard's Ghost, has found it.
Fondly referred to as "The 100-Day Miracle" by Disneyland Management, Videopolis encapsulated the beat of the 80s and the birth of music videos.
Fantasia's "Dance of The Hours" celebrates a great Italian opera with a ballet chorus of animals.