Tarzab's Treehouse: A phonograph left behind by the treehouse's previous residents, plays a familiar tune - the Swisskapolka. The music acts a reminder of the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse, which had been a part of Disneyland since 1962. The attraction opened two years after the release of the Disney feature, Swiss Family Robinson. A commercial success for Disney Studios, the film was about a family that had been marooned on a deserted South Pacific island.
In February 1999, the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse was closed. After a short remodel, the tree house was reopened on June 23 as Tarzan's Treehouse - coinciding with the release of Walt Disney Pictures's Tarzan on June 18, 1999.
The phonograph plays a song from the film Swiss Family Robinson, which was originally released in 1960 by Buena Vista Distribution, a former division of Walt Disney Studios. The Swisskapolka was officially uncredited, but the tune was played several times throughout the film.