Disneyland Designer Stan Jolley Passes Away

Stan Jolley, one of the original art directors who designed Disneyland Park, has passed away due to gastric cancer. He was 86.

During his career with the Disneyland design team, Jolley worked on numerous projects including the Golden Horseshoe Saloon in Frontierland, the Autopia ride in Tomorrowland and the Storybook Land Canal Boats attraction. He also helped design the interior of Sleeping Beauty Castle in Fantasyland.

After working as a designer for the company, Jolley then went on to work on several Disney t.v. and film projects. He left Disney in 1960, and went on to be an art director for a variety of television programs including Mr. Ed, Land of the Giants, and others.

Jolley is survived by two daughters and two granddaughters.


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