Disney Studios and its Amazing Hidden Tunnels
Disney Studios is a Special Place – Above and Below Ground
I’ve enjoyed a few wonderful blogging moments. Firstly, covering the Winter Olympics. Secondly, being on the ice when the Boston Bruins were awarded the Stanley Cup. And, thirdly, interviewing a cast member on the Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California.
I covered that special, unforgettable day on Walt’s campus for MickeyBlog.com (and I re-play those quiet moments, walking around the grounds, in my mind quite often).
But, obviously, I don’t tire of the subject.
So, when I see the headline, “This Video Takes a Tour of the Hidden Tunnels Underneath the Original Disney Animation Buildings,” I am intrigued.
And oh, what a lede, “What do Paris, Disney, and sprawling nuclear fallout shelters have in common? Catacombs!”
Yes, that’s right: there are hidden tunnels beneath the original Disney animation studio buildings on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank. Which makes the world of Disney animation both cooler and more arcane, like a hidden home for powerful sorcerers lurking in the bowels of the earth. In a video shared by Disney Parks, Disney Archives Director Becky Cline shows off the care and purpose that went into crafting the original Disney animation buildings and how they culminate in a fascinating series of underground tunnels.
And it all led up to the video below:
Hidden Tunnels | Disney Files On Demand
March into the hidden tunnels beneath the original animation buildings.
Finally, there’s a whole lot more where that comes from.
Full Tour | Disney Files On Demand
The Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California – explore hidden tunnels, the Ink & Paint Lab, Walt Disney’s office suite and other historic sites.