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"Edward The King"

"Edward The King"

Opening on October 30, 1989, The Making of Me was a roughly 15-minute film that educated guests on "where babies come from." The film starred Martin Short and took guests through conception, pregnancy and child birth using humor to make guests a bit more at ease.  January 1, 2007. the pavilion closed permanently.  On September 11, 2012, Walt Disney Imagineering filed a notice with the Orange County Comptroller’s office indicating the intentions for a selective demolition.

Opening on October 30, 1989, The Making of Me was a roughly 15-minute film that educated guests on "where babies come from." The film starred Martin Short and took guests through conception, pregnancy and child birth using humor to make guests a bit more at ease. January 1, 2007. the pavilion closed permanently. On September 11, 2012, Walt Disney Imagineering filed a notice with the Orange County Comptroller’s office indicating the intentions for a selective demolition.

Eugene O'Neill (Jack Nicholson) to Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton): "You dream that if you discuss the revolution with a man before you go to bed with him, it'll be missionary work rather than sex." -- from Reds (1981) directed by Warren Beatty

Eugene O'Neill (Jack Nicholson) to Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton): "You dream that if you discuss the revolution with a man before you go to bed with him, it'll be missionary work rather than sex." -- from Reds (1981) directed by Warren Beatty

10 Things I Hate About You. Gorgeous piece of man. Amazing movie. Score!

10 Things I Hate About You. Gorgeous piece of man. Amazing movie. Score!

Madame Max (Barbara Murray)   The Pallisers

Madame Max (Barbara Murray) The Pallisers

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