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vintage Chilling Thrilling Sounds of The Haunted House Disney Record - 1964

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vintage Chilling Thrilling Sounds of The Haunted House - Disneyland Record ©1964
the original 33 RPM, high fidelity Disneyland recording from Walt Disney Productions
with front and back cover art from concept paintings by Paul Wenzel, Catalog #DQ-1257

Band 1. The Haunted House
Band 2. The Very Long Fuse
Band 3. The Dogs
Band 4. Timber
Band 5. Your Pet Cat

Band 1. Screams and Groans
Band 2. Thunder, Lightning and Rain
Band 3. Cat Fight
Band 4. Dogs
Band 5. A Collection of Creaks
Band 6. Fuses and Explosions
Band 7. A Collection of Crashes
Band 8. Birds
Band 9. Drips and Splashes
Band 10. Things in Space

The front cover proclaims: "Here lies a most terrific collection of recorded sounds," and the back cover offers this disclaimer: "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." We'll let you decide who can listen and who should not in your mansion.

Collectors should note that there is an original white cover, and more than one version of the orange cover for this recording. The white cover came first in 1964, prior to the opening of the Disneyland park attraction. The orange variations are re-releases from the 1970s. The white cover is easiest to distinguish by the back cover, which features differing versions of Wenzel's art.

Condition: Cover has rubbing along the spine and edges, it is warped, and has tiny surface rub marks overall on the back. The vinyl is just slightly warped but it has been tested and plays and sounds great. Condition issues have been considered in the item price.

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By the early 1960s, Walt Disney Productions had developed an extensive collection of eerie sound effects for various productions - among them the Haunted Mansion attraction for Disneyland. In 1964, possibly in anticipation of an imminent opening of the attraction (which was still being called the "Haunted House" on occasion at that point in its development), Disneyland Records released "Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House".

This collection of sound effects and "stories in sound" contains some of the sound effects which can be heard on the actual Haunted Mansion ride soundtrack. On side one, a no-nonsense female narrator (voiced by an uncredited Laura Olsher) sets up various situations, and then the sound effects take over and tell the story, usually with an ironic gag at the end of the track. Most of the tracks are fairly silly (though one of them is insensitive to cultural norms). The first track ("The Haunted House"), however, is classic audio heard in Halloween spook houses around the world.

The artwork used on the American versions of the record was painted by WED artist Paul Wenzel as concept art for the proposed Disneyland Haunted House attraction, which was still in the planning stages when the art was produced.

Much of the information in this listing came courtesy of DoomBuggies.com. A fantastic resource for all things Haunted Mansion...if you're a HM or Disney fan pay them a visit them here:


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vintage Chilling Thrilling Sounds of The Haunted House Disney Record - 1964