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Professor R. Blauerhimmel is a pilot and member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.


Little is known about the professor outside of him having been an aviator during the late 19th-early 20th centuries.

A descendant of his, Scarlett Blauerhimmel, was a member of S.E.A. in the 21st century.


Mystic Manor[]

At Mystic Manor, his portrait is on display in the queue as well as appearing in the 1899 Hotel Hightower meeting portrait.

Skipper Canteen[]

Blauerhimmel is the author of a book in the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen called, "Traditional native holiday décor".[1] This is an apparent allusion to the seasonal Jingle Cruise overlay of the Jungle Cruise though how the professor is affiliated with the overlay is unknown.

Bengal Barbecue[]

His painting can be found at Disneyland's Bengal Barbecue along with postcards and photographs of one of his flights.

Tropical Hideaway[]

In this restaurant, one of his expedition paddles is left behind is marked from a 1904 expedition on the Ucayali River in Peru.


  • Blauerhimmel is German for "Blue Sky", the term Imagineering uses for early "no limits" conceptual exploration for an attraction.
  • Blauerhimmel is based on Imagineer Robert "Rob'rt" Coltrin.