As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

Tomorrowland (1967 Renovation)


Tomorrowland Renovation
Disneyland Park
Anaheim, California

New Attractions
Adventures thru Inner Space
Flight to the Moon
Carousel of Progress
Rocket Jets
People Mover
Circle Vision 360
Alpine Gardens

Existing Attractions
Matterhorn Bobsleds
Skyway to Fantasyland
Tomorrowland Autopia
Submarine Voyage Thru Liquid Space
Monorail
Tomorrowland Terrace Stage​
 
The Jungle Book (Chuck Jones version)
The Jungle Book

Released on August 11, 1967

Distributor
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Produced by
MGM Animation/Visual Arts

Supervising Director
Chuck Jones

Sequence Directors
Ben Washam
Abe Levitow

Executive Producers
Les Goldman
Earl Jonas

Supervising Animators
Lloyd Vaughn
Ken Harris
Richard Thompson
Tom Ray
Phil Roman
Don Towsley
Phil Monroe
Zack Dillinger*
Leslie Alston*

*Fictional animator

Music
Eugene Poddany

Voices

Rikki-Tikki-Tavi segment
Shepard Menken as Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
Orson Welles as Nag
June Foray as Nagaina
Matthew Garber as Teddy
Mel Blanc as Chuchundra
Lennie Weinrib as Darzee


Mowgli's Brothers segment
Kurt Russell as Mowgli
James Earl Jones as Baloo the Bear
Sebastian Cabot as Bagheera the Panther
John Vernon as Shere Khan
Mel Blanc as Tabaqui the Jackal
June Foray as Mother Wolf
Ben Wright as Father Wolf
John Abbott as Akela


White Seal segment
Roddy McDowall as Kotick
June Foray as Mackah
Thurl Ravenscroft as the Blue Whale
Candy Candido as the Sea Vitch
Hans Conried as the Sea Catch
Verna Felton (last film role) as the Sea Cow​
 
National Hockey League
Eastern Division

Boston Bruins
Chicago Blackhawks
Detroit Red Wings
Montreal Canadiens
New York Rangers
Toronto Maple Leafs

Western Division (All Expansion)
Los Angeles Kings
Minnesota North Stars
Oakland Seals
Philadelphia Flyers
Pittsburgh Penguins
St. Louis Blues
Geographically speaking, wouldn’t it make more sense for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh to be placed in the Eastern Division instead of Chicago and Detroit? You could use asterisks to indicate the expansion teams :)
 
Realignment ratified by the NHL for 1968-69

Eastern Division
Boston Bruins
Montreal Canadiens
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers*
Pittsburgh Penguins*
Toronto Maple Leads

Western Division
Chicago Blackhawks
Detroit Red Wings
Los Angeles Kings*
Minnesota North Stars*
Oakland Seals*
St. Louis Blues*

*Expansion teams
 
Just caught up with this. Fun TL, ON! I'm really enjoying the alternate park locations and am looking forward to seeing if Walt Jr. can live up to his father's dream and wondering how this will affect Roy E. growing up. Will Walt have time for his nephew now that he has a son of his own? Will this hasten the family split, or possibly mitigate it?

Oh, and for the POD, here's a quote that Walt could say when asked about his Dream: "I made it through World War 1 without getting hooked on cigarettes. I figure if I can do that then I can do anything!"

And fun fact: Walt and Ray Kroc of McDonalds fame served together in the Ambulance corps
 
Just caught up with this. Fun TL, ON! I'm really enjoying the alternate park locations and am looking forward to seeing if Walt Jr. can live up to his father's dream and wondering how this will affect Roy E. growing up. Will Walt have time for his nephew now that he has a son of his own? Will this hasten the family split, or possibly mitigate it?

Oh, and for the POD, here's a quote that Walt could say when asked about his Dream: "I made it through World War 1 without getting hooked on cigarettes. I figure if I can do that then I can do anything!"

And fun fact: Walt and Ray Kroc of McDonalds fame served together in the Ambulance corps
 
Realignment ratified by the NHL for 1968-69

Eastern Division
Boston Bruins
Montreal Canadiens
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers*
Pittsburgh Penguins*
Toronto Maple Leads

Western Division
Chicago Blackhawks
Detroit Red Wings
Los Angeles Kings*
Minnesota North Stars*
Oakland Seals*
St. Louis Blues*

*Expansion teams
I wonder if the Oakland Seals can avoid their OTL fate. The team had an interesting history.

It will also be a few years until the World Hockey Association starts play in 1972. Could butterflies please spare the Calgary Broncos? (Which relocated before the association started its first season.)
 
Western Division
Los Angeles Angels (From PCL)
Portland Beavers (From PCL)
Seattle Rainiers (From PCL)
Vancouver Mounties (From PCL; Formerly Oakland Oaks; Moved in 1956)

Western Division
Hollywood Stars (From PCL)
Houston Astros (From PCL; Formerly Sacramento Solons; Moved in 1962)
San Diego Padres (From PCL)
San Francisco Seals (From PCL)
Did I miss the post saying that the PCL had joined the MLB? Also how are still around today?
Houston Astros (From PCL; Formerly Sacramento Solons; Moved in 1962)
San Diego Padres (From PCL)
Are these same as OTL?
 
I wonder if the Oakland Seals can avoid their OTL fate. The team had an interesting history.

It will also be a few years until the World Hockey Association starts play in 1972. Could butterflies please spare the Calgary Broncos? (Which relocated before the association started its first season.)
I am not entirely sure how to save the Seals at this point. They might still move and open up the Bay Area for the San Jose Sharks later on.
 
I don't understand what you're asking.
According to your 1967 sports update it looks like the PCL (or a least some of it's teams) as major league teams instead of stay minor league teams as OTL. Also wonder if the teams will be the same now as they were in 1967 or if they'll relocate?

The OTL Astros were founded in 1969 along with the Padres.
 
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According to your 1967 sports update it looks like the PCL (or a least some of it's teams) as major league teams instead of stay minor league teams as OTL. Also wonder if the teams will be the same now as they were in 1967 or if they'll relocate?

The OTL Astros were founded in 1969 along with the Padres.
Those eight teams formed the old PCL and the merger with MLB effectively dissolved the old PCL.

A new PCL was formed as a Triple A league.
 
Canadian Football League
Eastern Division

Hamilton Tiger Cats
Montreal Alouettes
Ottawa Rough Riders
Toronto Argonauts

Western Division
BC Lions
Calgary Stampeders
Edmonton Eskimos
Saskatchewan Roughriders
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Do you plan to do a merger between them and the NFL in the future?
 
Chanticleer (1967 Film)
Chanticleer

Released by Walt Disney on October 18, 1967

Directed by
Wolfgang Reitherman

Story
Larry Clemmons
Ralph Wright
Ken Anderson
Vance Gerry

Animators
Milt Kahl
Frank Thomas
Ollie Johnston
John Lounsbery
Ted Berman
Julius Svendsen
Bill Justice
Hal King
Eric Cleworth
Eric Larson
Fred Hellmich
Walt Stanchfield
John Ewing
Dick Lucas
Dan MacManus
David Tendlar (Formerly of Famous Studios)
Whitey Larkin*
Helen O'Grady*

*Fictional animators

Voices
Roger Miller as Chanticleer
Phil Harris as Patou
Julie Andrews as Goldie Pheasant
Cesar Romero as Poco Loco
J. Pat O'Malley as Reynard the Fox​
 
Little Lulu (1967 TV Series)
Marge's Little Lulu


After a twenty year absence, Little Lulu and her pals make their animated return. This time, the new series follows the John Stanley/Irving Tripp comics.

Launched on November 4, 1967 on CBS

Produced and Directed by
Bill Hanna
Joe Barbera

Associate Producer
Marjorie H. Buell

Stories written by
John Stanley
Irving Tripp

Story Editors
Joe Ruby
Ken Spears

Voices
Heather North as Lulu Moppet
Dallas McKennon as Tubby Tompkins
Daws Butler as Alvin Jones
Don Messick as Eddie Stimson
June Foray as Annie Inch
Howard Morris as Willie Wilkins
Stan Freberg as Wilbur Van Snobbe
Jean Vander Pyl as Martha Moppet
Mel Blanc as George Moppet and Officer McNab
Lucille Bliss as Gloria Darling
Janet Waldo as Ellie Tompkins and Ms. Feeny​
 
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