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April 19, 2018

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Ahhh... Great article, Richard. For those in my age bracket (Boomer), many may recall that when Disneyland first opened, and as best as I can recall as late as the mid-60's, there was an old fashioned "Penny Arcade" on Main Street.... where among many gorgeous antique attractions, there was a whole row of Mutoscopes and other similar devices. Haven't been there is years, so I hope that the heads of Disney, Inc have saved them and that they are either in Disney World or at least in storage. Thanks for the trip down memory Lane!

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