First, it's a virtual duplicate of the entrance to Disney's Hollywood Studios (formerly Disney-MGM Studios), which in turn was inspired by the Pan Pacific Auditorium, built in 1935 in Los Angeles.
Second, the typography topping the streamline modern edifice is rendered in Chicago, Susan Kare's face developed in 1984 for Apple's Macintosh computer. Disney rarely makes such anachronistic errors, so I'm hoping it was added as a placeholder by another artist after the rendering was done.
Oddly, Chicago is often the "go to" typeface for Hollywood designers when making signs used in film and television. Perhaps, like the Whilhem scream, it's become an industry in-joke.