Oct 22, 2010 · Bruce Gordon passed away, unexpectedly on Nov. 6th, 2007. The first time that we met Bruce Gordon was on a soundstage in Hollywood, where we interviewed him for the Walt Disney Family Foundation/Pantheon Productions documentary Walt: The Man Behind the Myth.
Bruce Gordon, a former longtime Disney Imagineer who was involved in the creation of numerous Disney theme park attractions around the world and wrote or co-wrote an array of...
Nov 20, 2007 · Bruce Gordon, veteran Disney Imagineer and prolific author. Photo by Disney. When Bruce Gordon was a young boy, he had big dreams—dreams about Walt Disney's new theme park,...
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Bruce Gordon was a Canadian Disney Imagineer, who wrote several books about the history of the Disney parks in addition to his park design work that began with Epcot and Tokyo Disneyland in the late 1970s.
•Journey into Imagination - Set crew and installation
•Star Tours - Show Writer
•Splash Mountain - Show Producer
•The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
•"The Nickel Tour"
•"Disneyland: Then, Now and Forever"
•"Art of Disneyland"
•"Walt Disney World: Then, Now and Forever"
•"Art of Walt Disney World"
Bruce Gordon, Disney Imagineer has died at the age of 56. Mr. Gordon's career included the production of Disneyland's Splash Mountain, the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan's Treehouse and most recently, Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage.
Oct 23, 2010 · A very moving article has been reposted at the Walt Disney Family Museum blog. It’s a look back at the impact Bruce Gordon had on the creation of the museum in the too-short time between his unfortunate release from Walt Disney Imagineering and his untimely and sudden death.
May 30, 2012 · Walter E.D. Miller, president of the Walt Disney Family Foundation, has written this moving tribute to Bruce Gordon who was recently found dead in his home. The first time that we met Bruce Gordon was on a soundstage in Hollywood, where we interviewed him for the Walt Disney Family