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Webmaster's Notes:  With Disneyland Records, those indicated with ST before the catalog number usually indicate MONO recordings while those which start with STER before the catalog number indicate STEREO.
Also, Disneyland Records' catalog numbers do not follow in order with chronological years.  This material is presented in chronological order, regardless of catalog number used.




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[U.S. LP, original LP label & later label]


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Walt Disney Presents The Story of HANSEL AND GRETEL, Disneyland Records #1253/DQ-1253 (1964).[LP]
Walt Disney Presents The Story of HANSEL AND GRETEL, Disneyland Records [Canada] #1253 (1964).[LP]
Walt Disney Presents The Story of HANSEL AND GRETEL, Disneyland Records #1253 (19__).[LP]

With music from the opera by Humperdinck.
Sung by Marni Nixon, Sally Sweetland, Kathleen de Spain.
Conducted by Camarata.


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[Mono LP]


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[Mono LP labels]

Walt Disney Presents The Story Of So Dear To My Heart, Disneyland Records #DQ-1255 (1964).[LP]

Narrated by Bryan Russell.

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[UK LP]


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[Mono U.S. LP]


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CHILLING THRILLING SOUNDS OF THE HAUNTED HOUSE, Disneyland Records #1257 (1964).[LP]
CHILLING THRILLING SOUNDS OF THE HAUNTED HOUSE, Disneyland Records (Castle Series) [UK] #DQ-1257 (1974).[LP]
CHILLING THRILLING SOUNDS OF THE HAUNTED HOUSE, Disneyland Records #1257 / DQ-1257 (1974).[LP]

Non-music, an album of sound effects.
Narrated by Laura Olsher.

Tracklist:

1. The Haunted House
2. The Very Long Fuse
3. The Dogs
4. Timber
5. Your Pet Cat
6. Shipwreck
7. The Unsafe Bridge
8. Chinese Water Torture
9. The Birds
10. The Martian Monsters
11. Screams And Groans
12. Thunder, Lightning And Rain
13. Cat Fight
14. Dogs
15. A Collection Of Creaks
16. Fuses And Explosions
17. A Collection Of Crashes
18. Birds
19. Drips And Splashes
20. Things In Space

Notes from the Back Cover:  "The Sound Effects Department of the Walt Disney Studio has been collecting all kinds of noises since 1927. The first sound film which Walt Disney made and the first sound cartoon made by anyone was Steamboat Willy starring a little mouse named Mickey. This picture, like every other one Walt Disney has made, whether short subject or feature, animated cartoon or live action, contained many sound effects.

Drawing upon this enormous library of sound, Disneyland Records has produced this LP.

Side 1 contains ten stories in sound in which the narrator sets up the situation and the sound effects take over and tell the story.

Side 2 is a collection of sound effects grouped by category. These may be used to create your own stories in sound.

We know you will enjoy the adventures in sound as they are recorded on this LP, but you may have even greater enjoyment in creating sound stories of your own using the effects on this LP plus others you may do yourselves.

The Disneyland catalogue of children's records is one of the finest in the world. The primary audience for children's records is the age group from three to eight years. Most of the records in the Disneyland catalogue are made specifically for that group although there are some whose appeal reaches into the early teens. This particular Disneyland record, Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House is not intended for young, impressionable children from three to eight. It is intended for older children, teenagers and adults."

This is not to be confused with the album of the same name, Disneyland Records #2507, from 1979. Though identical in title, its content is almost entirely unique."



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