Disney Legend Roger Broggie’s son Michael, a published Disney historian and author, recently donated Roger’s Rolleiflex camera to Walt Disney’s Carolwood Barn in Griffith Park (near Los Angeles) for display and preservation. These unique pictures chronicle a time span of approximately 10 years (1954 to 1964).
Most of the pictures highlight mechanical details of attractions, vehicles, and figures. Here is one of the photos, provided courtesy D23.com and the Carolwood Foundation, the non-profit organization responsible for operating Walt’s Barn.
The Jungle Cruise “lost safari” scene is being assembled at the Disney Studio. Also notice the stegosaurus and mammoth for the Ford pavilion in the background. (c. 1963).
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