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Disney Alters Facial Hair Policy At U.S. Theme Parks

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At Disneyland and Disney World, everyone working there has a clean-cut image. It goes back to the 1950s when Disneyland first opened, and facial hair was banned. Starting next month, employees will finally be allowed to have beards — as long as they're kept short and trim.
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