Annie sez, "We just posted this retro little movie from the historical archives of our children's park. It is a 25 minute promotional film made in coordination with the Oakland Parks and Rec back in 1962. In the movie, you follow Alice as she leads kids on a tour through Children's Fairyland, a storybook theme park built in 1950. Walt Disney stopped here while touring the country to get inspiration for Disneyland. The movie shows the different attractions in the park, some of which still exist today, like the talking dragon and Alice in Wonderland-themed merry-go-round."
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