HOLLYWOOD HOME MOVIES
VINTAGE DISNEYLAND & 3D PHOTOGRAPHY
PRESENTED BY THE ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES
& THE CALIFORNIA FILM INSTITUTE
SATURDAY, MARCH 5 • 7:15
Hosted by: Lynne Kirste, Special Collections Curator, Academy Film Archive
& Randy Haberkamp, Managing Director, Preservation and Foundation Programs
Special appearance by Suzanne Lloyd
Live Piano Accompaniment by Michael Mortilla
In our third annual show culled from the Academy’s extensive collection of home movies by Hollywood stars and directors, we turn our attention to Anaheim and the beginning and evolution of Disneyland. Although it is one of the most photographed places on earth, here are scenes you haven’t seen before. The program includes 1948 footage of Walt Disney and animator Ward Kimball examining locomotives that would inspire the iconic train around the park (as well as film of Walt on his backyard train), amateur footage from opening day 60 years ago, Guy Williams appearing as Zorro, Steve McQueen with his family, Walt welcoming the 1957 Foreign Language nominees with Giulietta Masina (La Strada) conducting the Disneyland Band, and much more. As a bonus, Suzanne Lloyd will share her grandfather Harold Lloyd’s stunning 3D photography of Disneyland in the 50s. Program approximately 2 hours.
Special thanks to co-presenter San Francisco Silent Film Festival
ADMISSION FOR THIS PROGRAM: $12 General | $8 CFI Members
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