Transport yourself back to the Golden Age of Cinema and rediscover classic films at this nostalgic movie theater. It's been "standing room only" at this 6-screen picture palace since opening day in 1955.
Don't miss Steamboat Willie, the movie that made Mickey Mouse a star! Steamboat Willie was the first Disney cartoon to feature synchronized sound. The cartoon was directed by Walt Disney. The title is a parody of the Buster Keaton film, Steamboat Bill Jr.
In order to preserve the bygone golden age of cinema for future generations, Walt Disney opened Main Street Cinema on July 17, 1955.
The door to the left of the entrance reads, "It takes people to make the dream a reality." The inscription commemorates all the Cast Members that have worked at Disneyland Park since opening day. This special symbol was installed during the Disneyland Park 50th Anniversary Celebration in 2005.
Look for the guide lights on the floor near the step up to the viewing platform. They are shaped like Mickey Mouse!