Walt disney: During the last few years, we've ventured into a lot of different fields. We've had the opportinity to meet and work with a lot of wonderful people. Our only hope is we never lose sight of one thing: that it was all started by a mouse. Now, that is why I want this part of the show to belong to Mickey, because the story of Mickey is truly the real beginning of Disneyland.
Walt disney: Welcome. I guess you all know this little fellow here. It's an old partnership. Mickey and I started out that first time many, many years ago. We've had a lot of our dreams come true. Now we want you to share with us our latest and greatest dream. That's it right here: Disneyland, seen from about 2000 feet in the air and ten months away. I want to tell you about it because later on in the show, you'll find that Disneyland the place and Disneyland the TV show are all part of the same. We hope that it will be unlike anything else on this earth: a fair, amusement park, an exhibition, a city from the Arabian Nights, a metropolis of the future, in fact, a place of hopes and dreams, facts and fancy, all in one.