Comments: This record is
one of four different sound effects records from the
"Disneyland Language Arts Skill Builder Kit" released by
the Walt Disney Educational Media Company. The record
includes music and sound effects from Disneyland's Pirates Of The
Caribbean theme park attraction. The record label notes that the record is a sound
track for slides No. 69-0102. There is no catalog number
on the record jacket. The label of side one is number
DMK-1005 and side two shows DMK-1006. The other records in the
series include DMK-1001/DMK-1002 The Haunted Mansion, DMK-1003/DMK-1004 The Jungle
River Cruise and DMK-1007/DMK-1008 The Journey Into Space.
full kit was offered in the Walt Disney Educational Media
Catalog with order number 69-0100Q. Pages 18 and 19 of the K-8 Media 1979 catalog are
shown on this page below. The pages show the 4 steps on
how to use the kit which is intended to keep the kids in a fun atmosphere that is "as
fun, colorful, alive and stimulating as Disneyland."
The complete kit includes 160 color 35mm slides (40 for each
attraction,) 60 skill cards with convenient container, four
soundtrack records (1 for each attraction,) 4
"script-planners" spirit master, 1 electric light box
sorter and 1 teacher's guide. The 1979 kit list price was
Notes: The Pirates
Of The Caribbean
is a Disney attraction that made its official debut in 1967 at the
Disneyland theme park in Anaheim. With Walt Disney passing
just three months before it opened, this was the last attraction whose
construction was overseen by him. The ride was later added to Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in
Florida in 1973, to Tokyo Disneyland in 1983 and to Disneyland Paris
in1992. A reimagined version of the ride, Pirates of the Caribbean:
Battle for the Sunken Treasure, opened at the Shanghai Disneyland Park
In July of
2003, a live-active movie was released that was based on the theme park
attraction, subtitled "The Curse of the Black Pearl."
Others include the 2006 release of "Dead Man's Chest," the
2007 "At World's End," the 2011 "On Stranger Tides"
and the 2017 "Dead Men Tell No Tales."