Tag Archives: Tony Baxter

New Tony Baxter Book Released in Time for the Holidays

Arguably, Tony Baxter is more beloved than any other person who has ever walked the halls of Walt Disney Imagineering. Hearing him speak about theme park design, his passion for the industry and the contributions he has made is like having a living reincarnation of Walt Disney himself inspiring everyone he meets. With that in

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A Closer Look At The Story of Disneyland Auction At Van Eaton Gallery

Last week I gave Theme Park University readers a sneak peak at an incredible auction happening in late February 2014 that has Disneyland park fans foaming at the mouth. Admittedly, one of those fans was me. After writing my first article and having a chance to look through the catalog, my jaw was on the

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A Dreamfinder’s Guide to Imagineering Your Life – I

  Today’s lesson is for you. Yes, I mean you, sitting in the back. You probably hoped I’d never call on you and you wouldn’t be dragged into the discussion. Well, you were wrong. Today’s subject is you… so listen up. There will be one hell of a test years from now. Since you’re hanging

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On Imagination’s 30th: A Re-Birthday Wish

If Walt Disney ever actually said, “Disneyland will never be completed as long as there is imagination left in the world,” I’ve never met anyone who heard him say it. On the other hand, there were hundreds at last year’s IAPPA symposium who heard Tony Baxter say: “I don’t think the Imagination pavilion works anymore.”

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