A one-shot designed to show off the newly-christened Disneyland. It's one of the fascinating anomalies of Disney in comic books that Uncle Scrooge is given such prominence for a (then) high-profile job. But Scrooge was introduced in comic books, and a worldwide phenomenon, so he, and not Mickey, gets pride of place on the cover. (He, also, was a more likely candidate for the "tourist" role.)
Was reprinted by Gladstone in 1985 with virtually the same cover - repainted by Mel Crawford?