What are some of the secrets Disney doesn’t want to tell us? Do you know what’s beneath the water at the parks? Why you’ll never see a Disney employee using one finger to point? Or why sometimes cast members get arrested? Find out all these reasons and other secrets Disney doesn’t tell us in this video!
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Here are some hidden secrets that Disney just doesn’t want to reveal! Just wait until you find out the reason why Disney has such high powered vacuums! 10 Security The happiest place on earth is full of rides, characters, and…...security! Security measures are all over the park but you can’t see most of them. Obviously, certain measures are in plain sight, such as metal detectors and bag checks at park entrances, but the rest are less obvious. Disney parks have undercover security guards dressed as tourists walking around the park, basically, ALL THE TIME. If security needs to talk to a park guest, only two people speak to them. Security guards do this in order to keep it as low key as possible. And that makes sense because they don’t want to embarrass the park’s guests.Disney also has security screening guests at park entrances in an especially sneaky way. They have people front and back that are always watching. If they notice someone’s doing something that seems suspicious, they’ll immediately start following them to check out what’s going on. Who knows, maybe the surveillance is probably as good as how China keeps tabs on its citizens! Do us a real quick favor, and hit that like button down there because it really helps us out! 9 Role Playing At Disney, it’s actually forbidden for cast members to say they "played" certain characters. Why? That’s because the characters are quote, "real". Cast members can, however, tell someone that they "hung out with" characters. So, for example, you can say “I hung out with Donald Duck a lot this week” and that’s how people know what character you played. Employees definitely aren’t allowed to post about their jobs, but at least they don’t have to give up social media altogether. This happens because if you work at Disney, the most important job is to keep the Disney Fantasy alive for anyone that visits. The fantasy stays real because you don't want to start disappointing kids, and that definitely does make sense. There are always seven or eight people walking around the park in Mickey Mouse costumes, but when someone asks, "How many Mickeys are there here?", the answer is always ONE. And if you’ve ever wondered why the costumed characters never talk, it’s because they have to stay silent in front of guests. Yep, that’s right, they’re NEVER allowed to talk in costume in front of a guest, ever! 8 Looking the part From hair to fingernails, Disney has lots of requirements for the physical appearances of their employees. Women’s hair needs to be in a “classic” style and a naturallooking color. Women actually can have highlights, but their hair style must be quote, “subtle, wellblended, and be over the entire head.” That’s according to Disney’s career site. As for men, their hair can’t cover their ears or be long enough to reach their shoulders. Men are allowed to have facial hair, but it has to be neat. And it can’t be longer than a quarter of an inch. Do they actually have people measuring facial hair? There are also very specific fingernail rules for employees. Fingernails can’t extend beyond the fingertips, and employees can’t wear nail polish or fake nails. What about tattoos? If you actually wanted to work for Disney, you can actually have tattoos. But it has to be completely covered, whether by clothing or makeup. And how about sunglasses? Surprisingly, employees actually aren’t allowed to wear sunglasses. Or at least sunglasses where their eyes are able to be seen! 7 Hidden Tunnels There are tunnels that you’ll most likely never see, unless you work for Disney. For example, Disney has what’s called a utilidor system. Basically, it’s a set of utility tunnels that takes place underground. These underground corridors allow Cast Members to quickly move from one place to the next without being seen. It’s also for garbage to be magically whisked away out of sight for the guests. Remember, the illusion is never to be ruined at Disney! Also, at Magic Kingdom in Florida, Disney has a very unique waste removal system. The underground trash system is called AVAC, which stands for Automated Vacuum Collection system. It’s an underground system of vacuum tubes with 17 collection points around Magic Kingdom.