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Disney has hired writers Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for “It’s a Small World,” its movie project based on the theme park ride.

The “It’s a Small World” movie has been in development for the past two years with Jon Turteltaub directing. Jared Stern wrote a treatment.

The ride was created by WED Enterprises and debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964, touted as a cutting-edge project at the time for its use of audio-animatronics. It was rebuilt after the fair ended in 1965, installed in Disneyland in Anaheim and now operates as a boat ride in five Disney parks.

Disney has hired writers Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for “It’s a Small World,” its movie project based on the theme park ride.

The “It’s a Small World” movie has been in development for the past two years with Jon Turteltaub directing. Jared Stern wrote a treatment.

The ride was created by WED Enterprises and debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964, touted as a cutting-edge project at the time for its use of audio-animatronics. It was rebuilt after the fair ended in 1965, installed in Disneyland in Anaheim and now operates as a boat ride in five Disney parks.

Walt Disney was the name on everyone’s tongue at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. He created pavilions that were immediately successful. “it’s a small world” was created for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Pepsi Pavilion, and was originally called “Children of the World”. It was built at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, by WED Enterprises, then disassembled, shipped, and rebuilt in New York.  In 1963 dozens of artisans, Imagineers, musicians, consume designers, sculptors, model makers, architects, lighting, etc., set out to bring Walt’s vision to life in just under 11 months.

·       August 18, 1994-the only incident reported for the attraction: a 6 year old girl fell out of a boat at the loading area and then struck by an incoming boat, causing her to suffer from a broken rib, broken arm, and collapsed lung. She was expected to have a normal recovery from her injuries. Following inspection, the ride was shown to be operating properly and was open the following day. This was reported in the Chicago Tribune on August 30, 1994.

·       2006 renovated-including inserting the original 1964 stereo master recording, the entry was made to look more like the classic Disneyland façade with the white and gold sparkly shapes, including the clock.

It's a Small World (officially styled as "it's a small world" ) is a water-based dark ride located in the Fantasyland area at the various Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide; these include: Disneyland Park in Anaheim , California , the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista , Florida , Tokyo Disneyland , Disneyland Paris , and Hong Kong Disneyland . The ride features over 300 audio-animatronic children in traditional costumes from cultures around the world, frolicking in a spirit of international unity, and singing the attraction's title song, which has a theme of global peace.

Arrow Development was deeply involved in the design of the passenger-carrying boats and propulsion system of the attraction. Two patents that were filed by Arrow Development staff and assigned to The Walt Disney Company illustrate passenger boats and vehicle guidance systems with features very similar to those later utilized on the Disneyland installation of the attraction. [3] [4] The firm is credited with manufacturing the Disneyland installation. [5]

Robert J. Sherman , youngest son of Robert B. Sherman , has claimed that this song is the single most-performed and most-translated piece of music on Earth . [6] In 2014, it was estimated that the song had played nearly 50 million times worldwide on the attractions alone, beating out the radio and TV estimates for You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' and Yesterday , which were believed to have been played at least eight and seven million times respectively. [8] [9]

Sing along to the classic anthem of world peace during a musical boat tour hosted by the children of the world. Climb aboard a cozy boat and set sail along the Seven Seaways canal for an approximate 15-minute journey, presented by Siemens. Amid a vibrant, multi-colored backdrop exquisitely crafted out of papier-mâché, glitter and fabric, behold a cast of almost 300 traditionally dressed dimple darlings from nearly every corner of the globe sing a simple song in their native language about universal harmony and dance. Travel to all 7 continents and, by journey’s end, see for yourself that it truly is a small world after all.

Bon Voyage!
From the snow-capped Swiss Alps to the golden Serengeti, the children of the world are ready to make your acquaintance. During your tour, experience a rainbow of diverse cultures from such far-off locales as: 

Before returning home, the children reunite for a grand finale, reminding us of our common bonds of friendship, laughter and happiness—and by seeing the world through the eyes of a child, we are all basically the same.

It is argued that this song is the single most performed and most widely translated song on earth. The song tune and lyrics are the only Disney creations never to be copyrighted, as UNICEF requested, and can be heard worldwide on musical devices ranging from keyboard demos to ice cream trucks, it remains "a gift to the children of the world."

The song being considered annoying by people is referenced in The Lion King . When Scar assumed the throne of Pride Rock , he took  Zazu as his prisoner and made him sing songs to him, preferably those with a little "bounce" to it, prompting Zazu to start singing "It's a Small World", only to be immediately cut off by Scar, who clearly despised the song. Also, in the  Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama , Dr. Drakken is shown using a torture chamber, where a man is trapped in a room with singing dolls performing this song.

The song was also performed on The Muppet Show in the Spike Milligan episode, paying tribute to the Muppets' favorite country: Disneyland. The set mimics the Mary Blair-designed sets of the ride and characters that are singing the song bob up and down in a manner similar to that of the ride's animatronic figures.

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To say , that the technology of the Rhythm clocks are  Magical & Amazing is an understatement they are the conversation piece for any room they are in.


The musical notes seen on the open picture are revealed when the clock opens up on the hour.  Nostalgia also contains a Swarovski crystal pendulum near the bottom of the clock.

Disney has hired writers Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for “It’s a Small World,” its movie project based on the theme park ride.

The “It’s a Small World” movie has been in development for the past two years with Jon Turteltaub directing. Jared Stern wrote a treatment.

The ride was created by WED Enterprises and debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964, touted as a cutting-edge project at the time for its use of audio-animatronics. It was rebuilt after the fair ended in 1965, installed in Disneyland in Anaheim and now operates as a boat ride in five Disney parks.

Walt Disney was the name on everyone’s tongue at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. He created pavilions that were immediately successful. “it’s a small world” was created for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Pepsi Pavilion, and was originally called “Children of the World”. It was built at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, by WED Enterprises, then disassembled, shipped, and rebuilt in New York.  In 1963 dozens of artisans, Imagineers, musicians, consume designers, sculptors, model makers, architects, lighting, etc., set out to bring Walt’s vision to life in just under 11 months.

·       August 18, 1994-the only incident reported for the attraction: a 6 year old girl fell out of a boat at the loading area and then struck by an incoming boat, causing her to suffer from a broken rib, broken arm, and collapsed lung. She was expected to have a normal recovery from her injuries. Following inspection, the ride was shown to be operating properly and was open the following day. This was reported in the Chicago Tribune on August 30, 1994.

·       2006 renovated-including inserting the original 1964 stereo master recording, the entry was made to look more like the classic Disneyland façade with the white and gold sparkly shapes, including the clock.

It's a Small World (officially styled as "it's a small world" ) is a water-based dark ride located in the Fantasyland area at the various Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide; these include: Disneyland Park in Anaheim , California , the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista , Florida , Tokyo Disneyland , Disneyland Paris , and Hong Kong Disneyland . The ride features over 300 audio-animatronic children in traditional costumes from cultures around the world, frolicking in a spirit of international unity, and singing the attraction's title song, which has a theme of global peace.

Arrow Development was deeply involved in the design of the passenger-carrying boats and propulsion system of the attraction. Two patents that were filed by Arrow Development staff and assigned to The Walt Disney Company illustrate passenger boats and vehicle guidance systems with features very similar to those later utilized on the Disneyland installation of the attraction. [3] [4] The firm is credited with manufacturing the Disneyland installation. [5]

Robert J. Sherman , youngest son of Robert B. Sherman , has claimed that this song is the single most-performed and most-translated piece of music on Earth . [6] In 2014, it was estimated that the song had played nearly 50 million times worldwide on the attractions alone, beating out the radio and TV estimates for You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' and Yesterday , which were believed to have been played at least eight and seven million times respectively. [8] [9]

Disney has hired writers Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for “It’s a Small World,” its movie project based on the theme park ride.

The “It’s a Small World” movie has been in development for the past two years with Jon Turteltaub directing. Jared Stern wrote a treatment.

The ride was created by WED Enterprises and debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964, touted as a cutting-edge project at the time for its use of audio-animatronics. It was rebuilt after the fair ended in 1965, installed in Disneyland in Anaheim and now operates as a boat ride in five Disney parks.

Walt Disney was the name on everyone’s tongue at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. He created pavilions that were immediately successful. “it’s a small world” was created for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Pepsi Pavilion, and was originally called “Children of the World”. It was built at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, by WED Enterprises, then disassembled, shipped, and rebuilt in New York.  In 1963 dozens of artisans, Imagineers, musicians, consume designers, sculptors, model makers, architects, lighting, etc., set out to bring Walt’s vision to life in just under 11 months.

·       August 18, 1994-the only incident reported for the attraction: a 6 year old girl fell out of a boat at the loading area and then struck by an incoming boat, causing her to suffer from a broken rib, broken arm, and collapsed lung. She was expected to have a normal recovery from her injuries. Following inspection, the ride was shown to be operating properly and was open the following day. This was reported in the Chicago Tribune on August 30, 1994.

·       2006 renovated-including inserting the original 1964 stereo master recording, the entry was made to look more like the classic Disneyland façade with the white and gold sparkly shapes, including the clock.

It's a Small World (officially styled as "it's a small world" ) is a water-based dark ride located in the Fantasyland area at the various Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide; these include: Disneyland Park in Anaheim , California , the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista , Florida , Tokyo Disneyland , Disneyland Paris , and Hong Kong Disneyland . The ride features over 300 audio-animatronic children in traditional costumes from cultures around the world, frolicking in a spirit of international unity, and singing the attraction's title song, which has a theme of global peace.

Arrow Development was deeply involved in the design of the passenger-carrying boats and propulsion system of the attraction. Two patents that were filed by Arrow Development staff and assigned to The Walt Disney Company illustrate passenger boats and vehicle guidance systems with features very similar to those later utilized on the Disneyland installation of the attraction. [3] [4] The firm is credited with manufacturing the Disneyland installation. [5]

Robert J. Sherman , youngest son of Robert B. Sherman , has claimed that this song is the single most-performed and most-translated piece of music on Earth . [6] In 2014, it was estimated that the song had played nearly 50 million times worldwide on the attractions alone, beating out the radio and TV estimates for You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' and Yesterday , which were believed to have been played at least eight and seven million times respectively. [8] [9]

Sing along to the classic anthem of world peace during a musical boat tour hosted by the children of the world. Climb aboard a cozy boat and set sail along the Seven Seaways canal for an approximate 15-minute journey, presented by Siemens. Amid a vibrant, multi-colored backdrop exquisitely crafted out of papier-mâché, glitter and fabric, behold a cast of almost 300 traditionally dressed dimple darlings from nearly every corner of the globe sing a simple song in their native language about universal harmony and dance. Travel to all 7 continents and, by journey’s end, see for yourself that it truly is a small world after all.

Bon Voyage!
From the snow-capped Swiss Alps to the golden Serengeti, the children of the world are ready to make your acquaintance. During your tour, experience a rainbow of diverse cultures from such far-off locales as: 

Before returning home, the children reunite for a grand finale, reminding us of our common bonds of friendship, laughter and happiness—and by seeing the world through the eyes of a child, we are all basically the same.

It is argued that this song is the single most performed and most widely translated song on earth. The song tune and lyrics are the only Disney creations never to be copyrighted, as UNICEF requested, and can be heard worldwide on musical devices ranging from keyboard demos to ice cream trucks, it remains "a gift to the children of the world."

The song being considered annoying by people is referenced in The Lion King . When Scar assumed the throne of Pride Rock , he took  Zazu as his prisoner and made him sing songs to him, preferably those with a little "bounce" to it, prompting Zazu to start singing "It's a Small World", only to be immediately cut off by Scar, who clearly despised the song. Also, in the  Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama , Dr. Drakken is shown using a torture chamber, where a man is trapped in a room with singing dolls performing this song.

The song was also performed on The Muppet Show in the Spike Milligan episode, paying tribute to the Muppets' favorite country: Disneyland. The set mimics the Mary Blair-designed sets of the ride and characters that are singing the song bob up and down in a manner similar to that of the ride's animatronic figures.

Disney has hired writers Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for “It’s a Small World,” its movie project based on the theme park ride.

The “It’s a Small World” movie has been in development for the past two years with Jon Turteltaub directing. Jared Stern wrote a treatment.

The ride was created by WED Enterprises and debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964, touted as a cutting-edge project at the time for its use of audio-animatronics. It was rebuilt after the fair ended in 1965, installed in Disneyland in Anaheim and now operates as a boat ride in five Disney parks.

Walt Disney was the name on everyone’s tongue at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. He created pavilions that were immediately successful. “it’s a small world” was created for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Pepsi Pavilion, and was originally called “Children of the World”. It was built at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, by WED Enterprises, then disassembled, shipped, and rebuilt in New York.  In 1963 dozens of artisans, Imagineers, musicians, consume designers, sculptors, model makers, architects, lighting, etc., set out to bring Walt’s vision to life in just under 11 months.

·       August 18, 1994-the only incident reported for the attraction: a 6 year old girl fell out of a boat at the loading area and then struck by an incoming boat, causing her to suffer from a broken rib, broken arm, and collapsed lung. She was expected to have a normal recovery from her injuries. Following inspection, the ride was shown to be operating properly and was open the following day. This was reported in the Chicago Tribune on August 30, 1994.

·       2006 renovated-including inserting the original 1964 stereo master recording, the entry was made to look more like the classic Disneyland façade with the white and gold sparkly shapes, including the clock.

Disney has hired writers Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for “It’s a Small World,” its movie project based on the theme park ride.

The “It’s a Small World” movie has been in development for the past two years with Jon Turteltaub directing. Jared Stern wrote a treatment.

The ride was created by WED Enterprises and debuted at the New York World’s Fair in 1964, touted as a cutting-edge project at the time for its use of audio-animatronics. It was rebuilt after the fair ended in 1965, installed in Disneyland in Anaheim and now operates as a boat ride in five Disney parks.

Walt Disney was the name on everyone’s tongue at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. He created pavilions that were immediately successful. “it’s a small world” was created for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Pepsi Pavilion, and was originally called “Children of the World”. It was built at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, by WED Enterprises, then disassembled, shipped, and rebuilt in New York.  In 1963 dozens of artisans, Imagineers, musicians, consume designers, sculptors, model makers, architects, lighting, etc., set out to bring Walt’s vision to life in just under 11 months.

·       August 18, 1994-the only incident reported for the attraction: a 6 year old girl fell out of a boat at the loading area and then struck by an incoming boat, causing her to suffer from a broken rib, broken arm, and collapsed lung. She was expected to have a normal recovery from her injuries. Following inspection, the ride was shown to be operating properly and was open the following day. This was reported in the Chicago Tribune on August 30, 1994.

·       2006 renovated-including inserting the original 1964 stereo master recording, the entry was made to look more like the classic Disneyland façade with the white and gold sparkly shapes, including the clock.

It's a Small World (officially styled as "it's a small world" ) is a water-based dark ride located in the Fantasyland area at the various Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide; these include: Disneyland Park in Anaheim , California , the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista , Florida , Tokyo Disneyland , Disneyland Paris , and Hong Kong Disneyland . The ride features over 300 audio-animatronic children in traditional costumes from cultures around the world, frolicking in a spirit of international unity, and singing the attraction's title song, which has a theme of global peace.

Arrow Development was deeply involved in the design of the passenger-carrying boats and propulsion system of the attraction. Two patents that were filed by Arrow Development staff and assigned to The Walt Disney Company illustrate passenger boats and vehicle guidance systems with features very similar to those later utilized on the Disneyland installation of the attraction. [3] [4] The firm is credited with manufacturing the Disneyland installation. [5]

Robert J. Sherman , youngest son of Robert B. Sherman , has claimed that this song is the single most-performed and most-translated piece of music on Earth . [6] In 2014, it was estimated that the song had played nearly 50 million times worldwide on the attractions alone, beating out the radio and TV estimates for You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' and Yesterday , which were believed to have been played at least eight and seven million times respectively. [8] [9]

Sing along to the classic anthem of world peace during a musical boat tour hosted by the children of the world. Climb aboard a cozy boat and set sail along the Seven Seaways canal for an approximate 15-minute journey, presented by Siemens. Amid a vibrant, multi-colored backdrop exquisitely crafted out of papier-mâché, glitter and fabric, behold a cast of almost 300 traditionally dressed dimple darlings from nearly every corner of the globe sing a simple song in their native language about universal harmony and dance. Travel to all 7 continents and, by journey’s end, see for yourself that it truly is a small world after all.

Bon Voyage!
From the snow-capped Swiss Alps to the golden Serengeti, the children of the world are ready to make your acquaintance. During your tour, experience a rainbow of diverse cultures from such far-off locales as: 

Before returning home, the children reunite for a grand finale, reminding us of our common bonds of friendship, laughter and happiness—and by seeing the world through the eyes of a child, we are all basically the same.




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