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Hello friends. We're Disney lovin hipsters. We hate Stitch, Mission Space, and the fact that the Adventureland bridge isnt arched anymore. We love the Norway pavilion at Epcot, and the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Our real big boy blog is at www.disneyhipsters.com Um, and we also kind of record a podcast as well.

Thanks Disney Hipster Blog Fans!

   So we finally crossed the 3,000 follower threshold on Tumblr.  This has never been our main form of blogging by any stretch of the imagination, but we do really enjoy keeping up with the amazing creativity of the Disney community that thrives on this venue.  I’m inspired every day by the terrific output that you guys display, and enjoy catching up every morning…

   If you are not familiar with us, you can find our main blog at DisneyHipsters.com, we also have a podcast called Disney Hipster Podcast available on iTunes every Monday. 

   The best way to contact us still remains our Twitter account @Disneyhipsters but you can also find us on Instagram. 

   If you ever see us in the parks, please feel free to say hi…we usually have Disney Hipster buttons to hand out.  Thanks again for the follow, and support. :)

court-of-angels:

Alice in Wonderland, 1950s

court-of-angels:

Alice in Wonderland, 1950s

(Source: flickr.com)

gameraboy:

The Disneyland Band riding the Mad Tea Party, 1956

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Main Street Tobacconist, 1957. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog.

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Main Street Tobacconist, 1957. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog.

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The entrance to Tomorrowland, in 1961 and in 1963. Via Gorillas Don’t Blog.

chef-mickeys:

Midget Autopia, April 1962 by Tom Simpson on Flickr.
disneylandguru:

(1966 Tiki Room, Disneyland.) The Barker Bird was originally outside the Tiki Room, hollering to the crowd to lure them into the attraction. This single bird often would cause such a crowd, it became a roadblock and was eventually removed to improve traffic flow.

disneylandguru:

(1966 Tiki Room, Disneyland.) The Barker Bird was originally outside the Tiki Room, hollering to the crowd to lure them into the attraction. This single bird often would cause such a crowd, it became a roadblock and was eventually removed to improve traffic flow.

gameraboy:

Walt Disney at the entrance to Adventureland

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Walt Disney at the entrance to Adventureland

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Launching the boats on the Jungle Cruise

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Imagineer working on a tiki bird

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Imagineer working on a tiki bird