I found this short film at the Internet Archive. I wasn't looking for it and normally I wouldn't be looking in Home Movies but yesterday I was up in the middle of the night in one of those periods where you can't sleep but you can't read either. Sometimes staring at the monitor will put me to sleep. Until that happens I can surf the web. Occasionally I find odd things like this.
In 1956 Robbins Barstow , his wife, and three kids all entered a contest put on by Scotch Brand Cellophane Tape. The prize was a free trip to Disneyland for 25 families. Disneyland had only been open for a year at that time. The youngest son Danny won the contest with his great slogan and the family all went to Disneyland. They got airline tickets and $300 to spend. Robbins used a movie camera and recorded all sorts of footage on the trip. In 1995 he narrated the edited film and some 5 years ago he posted it to the Internet Archive. In 2008 it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library Of Congress. The comments on the IA page for the film tell me Robbins passed away in 2010. His likeable homey narration will live on in an entertaining film about their magical trip to Disneyland. The amateurish film making in no way detracts, at least in my eyes. It's only 32 minutes and it's a delight to watch. You can also download the film at the link hidden in the post.