Friday, February 15, 2008

Disneyland famous celebrities - Part Two



Since 50 years many celebrities from around the world came to visit Disneyland, Anaheim. Here are is a second series of pictures of some of them, you can see the first part HERE.

Let's begin with the "royals" with the picture above of Prince Rainier of Monaco with his daughter Princess Caroline and his son Prince Albert inside the Adventure through innerspace attraction in the 60's.

On the next picture, Princess Anne , daughter of Queen Elizabeth, in New Orleans square



Here is Sarah Ferguson, former wife of Prince Andrew here on the Alice in wonderland ride



Here is now some actors, beginning by Groucho Marx, one of the famous Marx Brothers, here on the Mark Twain



Famous italian actress Sophia Loren, sitting on the Disneyland "C.K Holliday"



Elizabeth Taylor had a special evening in Disneyland for her birthday



Sir Ben "Gandhi" Kingsley, in the late 80's enjoying one of Main Street vehicles



And, more recently U2 lead singer Bono, in Alice tea cups



And now, two of my favorite celebrities. The first one is legendary boxer Mohamed Ali "the greatest", here in Tomorrowland in the late 60's



And the next one is also a living legend, the great astronaut Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon



Talking about the moon, let's end by two other celebrities "from another planet" with C3PO and R2D2 !



See you next week for part three!

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1 comment:

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Thank you Alain for all these wonderful pictures. Your blog is the best.