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1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back Trading Cards

1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back Trading Cards

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1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back trading cards show an early history of one of the world's most popular destination spots. The set celebrates the park's tenth birthday. Decades later, they also remain a popular set with both card collectors and Disney fans.

All 66 cards in the 1966 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back set have a shot from the theme park on the front. From a historical perspective, it's interesting to see many attractions that no longer exist as well as others that have undergone drastic changes. Images include both park guests enjoying attractions to costumed characters roaming the Disneyland grounds. The bottom of each card has a long caption that describes the scene. They often read like a publicity pitch.

1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back card backs go together to form a massive puzzle that showcases many of the animated Disney characters.

Cards came packaged in yellow wax packs that originally cost five cents.

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66 cards.
1965 Donruss Disneyland Puzzle Back Trading Cards 11 Santa Fe and Disneyland Railroad Trains Take You Through Grand Canyon Diorama
2 Goofy and His Disney Character Pals Are Reflected in the Sun Glasses of a Young Disneyland Guest
3 Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland Marks Entrance to Fantasyland
4 Departing from the Swiss Chalet in Fantasyland Guests on Disneyland Skyway Travel High Above the Magic
5 Indians Greet the Santa Fe and Disneyland Railroad Trains as the 1980 Locomotive Pauses for Water at the Frontierland Depot
6 Three of Disneyland's Most Popular Attractions - The Matterhorn Mountain, Disneyland Alweg Monorail and the Submarine Voyage
7 Alice and the White Rabbit Begin a Ride Through the Alice and Wonderland Attraction at Disneyland
8 Western Mine Train Takes Disneyland Visitors Through Nature Wonderland
9 Disneyland Guests Board Doubledeck Bus for Trip Down Main Street to Town Square
10 Spaceman Greets Tomorrowland Visitors at Disneyland
11 Storybookland Miniatures Are Viewed from the Colored Casey Jr. Circus Train at Disneyland
12 Alice in Wonderland and Her Friends, White Rabbit and Mad Hatter, Greet Guests at Disneyland
13 Disneyland Submarine Passes Through Waterfall as Guests Explore Liquid Space
14 Old Unfaithful Geyser Erupts as the Western Mine Train Mikes Its Way Through Nature Wonderland at Disneyland
15 Fantasy in the Sky Fireworks Explode Nightly Over Sleeping Beauty's Castle During Summertime at Disneyland
16 Disneyland Mountain Climbers, Fritz and Otto, Ascend the 90 Foot Height of Matterhorn Mountain
17 Gaily Decorated Tree Brings Christmas to Disneyland Town Square During Yuletide Season
18 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Welcome Guests to Fantasyland in Disneyland
19 Corps of Toy Soldiers Marches Down Main Street Duirng Disneyland's Christmas Seasons Parade
20 Disneyland African Veldt is Viewed from Aboard Jungle Cruise in Adventureland
21 Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room Marks the Entrance to Adventureland
22 Actual Sets Used in the Making of Walt Disney's Motion Picture, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
23 Sleeping Beauty's Castle Castle in Disneyland Marks Entrance to Fantasyland
24 The Trapped Safari at Disneyland as Viewed by Disneyland Passengers Aboard Jungle Cruise in Adventureland
25 Visitors Aboard Disneyland Mark Twin View Life Like Indian Village
26 Viewed from Dutch Canal Boats, Storybookland Features Miniature Settings From Disney Animated Motion Pictures
27 Mickey Mouse and His Dog Pluto Take a Ride on Disneyland Fire Engine
28 White Rabbit and Mrs. Rabbit on an Egg Hunt During Disneyland Easter Season
29 Western Mine Train Crosses Trestle Over Bear River Going Through Nature Wonderland
30 Disneyland Astrojet Provides Thrilling Ride in Tomorrowland
31 Indian Elephants Play in Sacred Wading Pool as Seen by Passengers Aboard Disneyland Jungle Cruise
32 Deluxe Passenger Train of the 1890 Vintage Leaves Main Street Station on the Sante Fe and Disneyland Railroad
33 Disneyland's Gonzales Trio Entertain Guests at Mexican Village in Frontierland
34 A Disneyland Future Attraction Under Construction for Opening in 1967: The Haunted House
35 Disneyland Skyway Passes Through Matterhorn Mountain
36 Disneyland's Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse Towers 80 Feet Above Adventureland
37 The Wonders of Liquid Space Are Viewed Aboard the Nautilus, One of the Disneyland Submarine Fleet
38 Brightly Canopied Launches Carry Passengers Past Native Hut in the Jungle Cruise at Disneyland
39 Disney Characters Meet in Front of Disneyland Main Gate with a Flower Portrait of Mickey Mouse
40 Colorful Disneyland Band Marches Down Main Street
41 Aboard Brightly Canopied Launches, Disneyland Visitors Become Explorers on Jungle Cruise
42 King Arthur's Carousel in Disneyland is America's Largest Carousel
43 An Ariel View of the Rivers of America in Disneyland
44 Guests Thrill to Climax of Disneyland Bobsled Ride as Sleds Ride to a Splashing Halt in Glacier Lake
45 Western Mine Train Departs for Tour of Natured Wonderland at Disneyland
46 Golden Horseshoe Revue is Staged Several Times Daily in this Ornate Frontier Saloon at Disneyland
47 Startlingly Lifelike in Appearance and Movement, These Animals Inhabit the Rivers of America at Disneyland
48 Old Fashioned Stands and Popcorn Vendors Can Be Found Along Main Street and Town Square
49 Viewed from the Dutch Canal Boats, Storybookland Features Miniature Settings from Disney Animated Motion Pictures
50 The White Rabbit and Mrs. Rabbit Surprise Alice in Wonderland with an Easter Basket
51 Santa Fe and Disneyland Trains Depart from the 1890 Main Street
52 Storybookland Miniatures are Viewed from the Gaily Colored Casey Jr. Circus Train at Disneyland
53 Disneyland Mark Twain Carries Frontierland Visitors Along Rivers of America
54 Disneyland Indian Village Features Ceremonial Dancing by the Rivers of America
55 The Columbia is a Full Size Authentic Replica of the First American Ship to Sail Around the World
56 Disneyland's Mighty Matterhorn Mountain Towers Above the Submarine Lagoon in Tomorrowland
57 Comical Reindeer Greets Guests During the Disneyland Annual Characters Parade
58 Mickey Mouse Leads the Disneyland Band in Front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle
59 Squid Attacks Shark in Disneyland Submarine Lagoon as Viewed by Passengers Aboard Authentic Air Conditioned Submarines
60 Peter Pan Welcomes Disneyland Visitors to Fantasyland
61 Disneyland Astrojet Enables Guests to Pilot Their Own Jet Through a Fast Moving Journey
62 Indian War Canoes Transport Disneyland Visitors Down the Rivers of America in Frontierland
63 Disneyland Tour Guide Points Out Exhibits and Shops Along Town Suare and Main Street
64 Davey Crockett Fort Marks Entrance to Frontierland at Disneyland
65 Disneyland Mad Hatter's Tea Party Features a Merry Whirl in Spinning Cups and Twirling Saucers
66 Tomorrowland Autopia Allows Drivers Some Freeway Fun
Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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Frank Evanov
Frank Evanov

Any info on these cards that are blue backed and have no puzzle??


I have 48 of these cards, 37 unique numbered scenes and 11 repeats. They have been in a box since the 60″s. They are all in pretty good condition, no cracks, bent places, broken corners. I don’t know how crisp or clean the edges were originally, but these are softer, with only minimal fraying. a few have a smudge or spot. They have definitely been handled a few times since they were originally unwrapped. They were kept in a stack with other things and the edges are brownish, not crisp white, if that’s how they looked originally. They were not individually packaged in protectors. Where would you suggest I go to have them evaluated for condition, possible value, and get proper protectors for them. I think I may be interested in marketing them. I also have 4 McHale’s Navy (Fleer) cards #1,4,61, & 64. And a bunch of cards with no identifying marks that would have a partial pictoral and print joke or silly saying on one side and a picture and punch line on the reverse, all from the 60’s era I would assume – know anything about these?

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