I was going to put today's post into the Souvenir Dungeon, but technically this item would probably not be a souvenir - meaning that I doubt anybody purchased one of these at Disneyland to bring home later.
On the other side you'll find this great artwork showcasing the Submarine Voyage. The sub itself is considerably "off model". I can only imagine a kid looking at this, and dying to see the ride; a beautiful mermaid, a fearsome shark, and sunken treasure, wow!
This side of the box shows the Columbia sailing on the moonlit Rivers of America, with the burning cabin to the left, and Fort Wilderness to the right.
The bottom of the box has the Mark Twain chugging past the Plantation House (going the wrong way).
Still in Frontierland, we see a thundering team of horses pulling the Stagecoach out of town (with a full cash box, I'm sure), while a hotshot gunslinger sizes us up.
Fantasyland and Adventureland aren't featured at all on this box, but you will see the Disneyland Band marching down Main Street.
Aladdin Industries really outdid themselves with this lunch box! I even love the safety suggestions printed on the inside of the lid.
Who's in the mood for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chocolate milk, a Dolly Madison "Zinger", and an apple?