2006 Dick Kline

Dick Kline began his Disney career with what was supposed to be a two-week assignment and retired 35 years later in March, 2000. An architect by trade, his first project for Disney was Walt’s apartment in New Orleans Square and what is now Club 33. He also did area development around Bear Country Jamboree. Later, he worked on the design of the never-completed Disney’s Mineral King Ski Resort. After that, he worked on several projects at Walt Disney World, including Adventureland, Fort Wilderness, River Country, and area development for Epcot. He spent eight years in Japan, during which he served as overall director and coordinator of design for area development and facilities for Tokyo Disneyland and designed Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and the monorail station. He subsequently served as overall director of design and coordination on Euro Disney (now Disneyland Paris). For Tokyo DisneySea, he designed the fortress, as well as the entrance under the MiraCosta Hotel, the “big city” facilities of New York in the American Waterfront area, and the entertainment court in front of the Tower of Terror.
 

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