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  • And I also get annoyed when people make Disney mistakes, like calling the Magic Kingdom, Disney World.

    The Day the Spaceship Earth Stood Still

  • The Magic Kingdom was the biggest draw and as such had the largest capacity, but even in the early days there were a variety of activities meant to encourage a vacation spent outside of that theme park.

    Too Much is Never Enough | The Disney Blog

  • Cory Doctorow's Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom was a positive text about disneyland as a sort of anarchist collective

    Themeparkification

  • The Magic Kingdom is the heart of Walt Disney World, where costumed Disney characters roam the streets and Space Mountain rules the rides.

    Most Popular Amusement Parks ©...

  • Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom is a cool book, and now that I've gotten all that off my chest, I'm going to tell you why you* need to buy it.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Butkus believes that attractions like the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure at EpcotCenter or Toy Story Mania! at Disneyland or the Magic Kingdom are the types of interactive entertainment that can't be replicated anywhere else regardless of the technology.

    Yahoo! Video Games: Top Features

  • If you thought that Epcot Center and the Magic Kingdom are the only places that your kids enjoy the rides, Hollywood Studios has also some ride and attractions that the kids could definitely and enjoy and be able to learn about movie making.

    EzineArticles

  • Adventures in the Magic Kingdom is a video game released in 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

    WN.com - Articles related to US pledges help to fight Caribbean drug trafficking

  • The Magic Kingdom was the first Disney theme park opened in Orlando, Florida, and it's also the most famous.

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  • The Magic Kingdom is a recurring subject in Sorkin's writing, his metaphor of choice for everything wrong with modern city living.

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