Sleeping Beauty was on production for almost a decade. While building Disneyland, Walt decided to dedicate the central structure of the park to his upcoming film. On 1957, a walkthrough with dioramas retelling the story was opened to guests. The dioramas included work of Eyvind Earle to keep the same style as the film. The walkthrough was later redone in 1977 with a Main Street displays vibe, and was closed in 2001. For the 50th anniversary of the film the attraction was reopened with the original Earle artworks, creating an amazing experience with new technology.