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  • [Other] Waking Disneylands imagineers?

    "Disneyland will never be completed as long as there is imagination in the world" those we're Walt Disney's famous quotes gone are CEO's like Michael Eisner and Pressler who almost handily destroyed Disneyland to the ground in the 1980's and 1990's but luckily there were still people like the great Tony Baxter who would always give us a glimpse of hope that Disneyland was a special place to you and your family just like Walt Disney had hoped, so I say wake up disney imagineering and keep Tony Baxter legacy going or even surpassing with better attractions and shows even though the politics of disney always make the final call speak up and keep the dream alive just like Tony did for all those years and to Tony I say "thank you" and god bless. Disneyland won't ever be the same without you.

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    Re: Waking Disneylands imagineers?

    Originally posted by DCAfanatic View Post
    "Disneyland will never be completed as long as there is imagination in the world" those we're Walt Disney's famous quotes gone are CEO's like Michael Eisner and Pressler who almost handily destroyed Disneyland to the ground in the 1980's and 1990's but luckily there were still people like the great Tony Baxter who would always give us a glimpse of hope that Disneyland was a special place to you and your family just like Walt Disney had hoped, so I say wake up disney imagineering and keep Tony Baxter legacy going or even surpassing with better attractions and shows even though the politics of disney always make the final call speak up and keep the dream alive just like Tony did for all those years and to Tony I say "thank you" and god bless. Disneyland won't ever be the same without you.
    The bold is very wrong. Things didn't go down hill until late 90s. I think you're really overreacting to something that isn't a problem

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      Re: Waking Disneylands imagineers?

      Yeah, Eisner was great in the beginning! That man did so much for the company, then for some reason lost all ambition there towards the end and became the villain. But about the imagineers, is the competition and politics within the halls of Imagineering really as bad as the rumors say it is? Are today's Imagineers really out to get each other and constantly top each other at the expense of someone falling? Maybe that's what needs to change. If it's true.

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