Results for - Worlds Fair
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The 1964/1965 New York World's Fair was the third major world's fair to be held in New York City. Hailing itself as a "universal and international" exposition, the fair's theme was "Peace Through Understanding", dedicated to "Man's Achievement on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe"; American companies dominated the exposition as exhibitors. The theme was symbolized by a 12-story high, stainless-steel model of the earth called the Unisphere. The fair ran for two six-month seasons, April 22 – October 18, 1964 and April 21 – October 17, 1965. Admission price for adults (13 and older) was $2 in 1964 (equivalent to $15.26 in 2016) but $2.50 in 1965, and $1 for children (2–12) both years (equivalent to $7.63 in 2016).
1. Have you ever been to the worlds fair
2. Even though the worlds fair is gone the Unisphere is still standing. Have you ever gone to see the Unisphere?
Yes, during the worlds fair
Yes , but not when the worlds fair was there.
Yes, both during the worlds fair and after.
No, never seen it but wish I saw it when the fair was there.
No, never seen it and do not care to see it
No never saw it but eventually I will see it
3. The fair also is remembered as the venue Walt Disney used to design and perfect his system of "Audio-Animatronics", in which a combination of electromechanical actuators and computers controls the movement of lifelike robots to act out scenes. WED Enterprises designed and created four shows at the fair: In "Pepsi Presents Walt Disney's 'It's a Small World' - a Salute to UNICEF and the World's Children" at the Pepsi pavilion, animated dolls and animals frolicked in a spirit of international unity accompanying a boat ride around the world. The song was written by the Sherman Brothers. Each of the animated dolls had an identical face, originally designed by New York (Valley Stream) artist Gregory S. Marinello in partnership with Walt Disney himself. Did you know that the small world ride started at the worlds fair?
4. At the Illinois pavilion, a lifelike President Abraham Lincoln, voiced by Royal Dano, recited his famous speeches in "Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln". did you see the speech of the the life like Abraham Lincoln at the worlds fair or another place?