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10 Secrets From Disneyland Workers The Park Doesn't Want You To Know

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For many children, and even some adults, visiting the magic kingdoms is a dream come true. Disneyland and Disney World are filled with your favorite animated characters from your childhood.

Whether you've been to the kingdoms or not, you've definitely heard of them. Here are some secrets you may have not known about these enchanting places.

Disney is a never-ending show that requires many of their employees to remain 'in character', so it would make sense that workers are referred to as "cast members".

Walt Disney did not like to be called Mr. Disney, so he made a rule that employee tags should display first names only.

Disney princesses must be between 5'4" and 5'8" tall.

Walt Disney hated when people pointed one finger to give directions, so now all cast members use two fingers or an open palm to help guide lost guests.

Disney doesn't allow cast members to have facial hair, wear nail polish, or have any visible tattoos.

Also no stylish eyeglasses.

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