Top Ten Disney Tweets for Wednesday , July 1, 2020
We’re excited to share our Top Ten Disney Tweets for Wednesday, July 1, 2020. We hope you enjoyed these Tweets as much as we did!
Bob Iger’s Anniversary
Today marks my 46th anniversary with ABC & @Disney. I’m grateful to my mentors, grateful to my colleagues, grateful to my family and grateful to be working in a business I love and for a company I respect. I’ve had #therideofalifetime!
— Robert Iger (@RobertIger) July 1, 2020
This is incredible, forty six years with ABC & Disney. The sweeping changes under Iger as CEO have propelled the Walt Disney Company for many years of future success.
Disney’s Polynesian Resort
Vintage picture of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort with the now famous Bob-A-Round Boat in the foreground. pic.twitter.com/H0K2T0Tf7v
— History@Disney (@HistoryAtDisney) July 1, 2020
Here, one can get a glimpse of this vintage shot capturing Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
This is our favorite resort to stay at on Disney property.
In July 1967, Tomorrowland at Disneyland Park added the Rocket Jets! Although Rocket Jets closed in 1997, and was replaced by the similar Astro Orbitor in 1998, a piece of that history was on display in the Walt Disney Archives at The Walt Disney Studios lot in 2017. pic.twitter.com/1YVMNNmjW5
— Walt Disney Archives (@TWDCArchives) July 1, 2020
Prior to the Astro Orbitor, Rocket Jets was the original attraction at Disneyland’s Tomorrowland.
Garbage cans at Tokyo Disneyland have the lids held open so you don’t have to touch it. pic.twitter.com/JKUwG8cEg2
— Chris Explorer (@tdrexplorer) July 1, 2020
Very intuitive thinking, we imagine that Walt Disney World will have a similar approach when the Parks open in just a couple of weeks.
Disney Springs Baby
That feeling when you find a little #Disney magic at #DisneySprings… 😍✨🐭🎈(📸: @rachaelpaltrow) pic.twitter.com/ckczjwvYAg
— Disney Springs (@DisneySprings) July 1, 2020
What a great capture! So good that Disney Springs wanted to share it to the world.
That smile says it all.
The #DisneyPlus original Prop Culture takes a new and unique look at favorite Disney films: https://t.co/S4Z0njtRyE pic.twitter.com/lh3zEj4Uqg
— Disney D23 (@DisneyD23) July 1, 2020
Be sure to check this out. Prop Culture goes behind the scenes to analyze and admire some awesome props used from Disney films.
Mary Blair Art
Mary Blair, Concept paintings for Disney movies, 1950’s pic.twitter.com/uUILMHEfqp
— Spirit Font (@dreamingbulb) July 2, 2020
Mary Blair, was an American artist and animator. She is known for being extremely influential in the artwork of Peter Pan and Cinderella. The tweet above shows four concept paintings for Disney movies from the 1950s. Can you name them?
Disney quarantine 😷 pic.twitter.com/0sjAYBQdbr
— Eva_❤ (@Eva00711082) July 2, 2020
Hey, look! Anna and Elsa are wearing masks. If you are a guest visiting Walt Disney World property, make sure to bring a mask with you!
Just signed up for Disney+ because of Hamilton! Can’t wait!! @Lin_Manuel #HamiltonFilm #hamiltonmusical pic.twitter.com/j20WPCWaDl
— Valerie Chittick (@pinaygirl13) July 1, 2020
We bet there were a lot of individuals who did the same. Can you believe it, ‘Hamilton’ releases tomorrow!
Did You Find Matt?
#FindMatt at the Orange Garage at Disney Springs today. pic.twitter.com/6esIY3NmgH
— The Matt-alorian (@navy1990) July 1, 2020
Matt is a Disney Security Host and loves to ensure the safety of guests on property. Yesterday, Matt was helping out at the Orange Garage at Disney Springs.
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