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Jun122012

Submarine Lagoon- 1965

Photo credit: Jerry and Lorraine Kotler

Photo credit: Jerry and Lorraine Kotler

Photo credit: Jerry and Lorraine Kotler

Photo credit: Jerry and Lorraine Kotler

Jerry and Lorraine have shared some BREATHTAKING shots of Disnyland's Submarine Voyage. The place looks great a half decade after opening. Always loved the crabs trying to pinch the bubbles gag. And look at the live mermaid girls! But they were long gone by this point, right? Nope. For Disneyland's 10th anniversary they returned to the lagoon for the summer. Their popularity inspired another return the following summer. Fascinating details from Disney Historian, Jim Korkis here.

Thanks Jerry and Lorraine!

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    This is the best under-water photography I've ever seen. Thanks for the share as I could get to see some of the most amazing things in the animal species and their interraction and fights whatever it might be.
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    Submarine Lagoon- 1965 - VINTAGE PHOTOS -
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    Submarine Lagoon- 1965 - VINTAGE PHOTOS -

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Those colors!!! These are so much more vibrant than most Sub photos.

June 12, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPaul

I love the underwater shots. I seem to remember when they auctioned off pieces from the Submarine Voyage, a guy on Mice Chat won one of the props and they "threw in" the shark being attacked by the octopus. To me that was one of the most remembered bits from that ride. I think the guy posted photos of that and the other prop out by his pool.

June 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterShelly

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