Turns out everything isn't so happy after all...
All press is good press?
The film’s crew used small, handheld cameras and kept the scripts on their iPhones, so they looked like regular tourists shooting home movies. Determined to keep the project a secret from Disney, Moore then edited the film in South Korea.
When the film was released, Disney was furious, but they decided not to pursue legal action as that would give the guerrilla film even more publicity, so they simply ignored it.
Deep Green Sea
Ever wonder why the water in the rides at Disney park is green? It’s dyed that way so you can’t seen what’s down below. This is partially to keep the illusion that the rides are real boats, and not riding on tracks. It’s also to block from view the numerous things that park guests drop into the depths by accidents. When park staff drains the rides for regular maintenance, they’ve found all manner of items including wheelchairs, motorized scooters, hundreds of cameras, and large strollers. Hopefully the kids weren’t still in the strollers!
The Death of Debbie Stone
Tragedy struck the Happiest Place on Earth in 1974 when 18-year-old Debbie Stone was killed while working at the newly minted America Sings attraction. While we know how she died in theory, the events leading up to her death have been hotly debated.
Debbie was crushed between two walls as the stages for the show rotated during her evening shift, but to this day, no one knows why she was there.