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Rod Miller in 1976Rod is wearing the first "official" costume Disneyland tailored for him. Surprisingly, Rod was responsible for his own costumes from 1969 until 1976. The pink shirt he is sporting in this shot he still owns!
Rod Miller surrounded by young admirers in 1976. On a family visit in 1971, my dad introduced himself to Rod. Being a piano player too, dad expressed his appreciation for Rod's playing. After a few moments, Rod invited my dad to "sit down and play a little." It may have been one of the fewest times Boogie Woogie style piano was heard at Coke corner! Jason
November 2007
November 2007
September, 2007
September, 2007Early morning at Coke Corner -perhaps the best place in the Park to make some new "old" friends.
July, 2007There's just something about hangin' out here that's very pleasing. From here, it's just a short walk over to my favorite realm; Adventureland. The atmosphere is always enjoyable with smells wafting out from the Candy Palace, the putt-putt and playful horns from the passing Horseless Carriages, the clip-clop and clanging bells from the Horse-drawn Street Cars, guests relaxing and planning their day, and, of course, the pleasing sound of the corner's pianist. It's a great spot to enjoy a snack and it seems to always have its share of Disney-philes who've also discovered the alure of "the corner." So, next time you're at the Park, drop on over and introduce yourself.
September, 2007
September, 2007
September, 2007
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