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  • STAR WARS in Disneyland?

    I might step on toes here, but here it goes:

    Now, I love STAR WARS and all of the various sagas that go with it. Shoot, in 1977 and 1978, I saw STAR WARS 17 in the theatres - I begged my Dad to see it over and over. Last time I saw it with my Dad and two friends at the Fox Theatre in Fullerton. My point being - I love the movies.

    My question, however is : "Does Star Wars 'stuff' really belong in Disneyland?"

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    Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

    Why not? You could say the same thing about Indiana Jones right?
    -Jack :geek:
    Doc Brown had 2 Deloreans!

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      Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

      It's been there for more than a quarter of the life of the park. Such reasoning is really a little late at this point, don't you think?

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        Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

        Originally posted by hollywood1939 View Post
        Why not? You could say the same thing about Indiana Jones right?
        Good point! Does Indiana Jones belong there either?

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          Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

          Originally posted by KDR View Post
          It's been there for more than a quarter of the life of the park. Such reasoning is really a little late at this point, don't you think?
          No, not really - I mean, look what they've done to Tomorrowland - they pretty much obliterated a whole LAND that had been there since 1955 - and now they are trying to put it back together again.

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            Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

            Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
            Good point! Does Indiana Jones belong there either?
            Yes.
            "I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. "Groucho Marx

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              Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

              Ya I totally feel what your saying, Like does Rodger Rabbit belong there? Or Indiana Jones? But you know I think that disney does such a good job with making it their own, it just has that "Disney Feeling" to it.

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                Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                Originally posted by ~xxBooxx~ View Post
                Ya I totally feel what your saying, Like does Rodger Rabbit belong there? Or Indiana Jones? But you know I think that disney does such a good job with making it their own, it just has that "Disney Feeling" to it.
                I guess that's a good point.

                I just feel that if it doesn't have a 'Disney tie' it doesn't belong - you know?

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                  Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                  It was George's idea, I believe. So yeah, I think it belongs in Disneyland.

                  Same with Indy.


                  Roger Rabbit and Nightmare Before Christmas are Touchstone movies which is owned by Disney so they definitely belong in Disneyland.

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                    Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                    Originally posted by DarthBrian View Post
                    It was George's idea, I believe. So yeah, I think it belongs in Disneyland.

                    Same with Indy.
                    Ha ha ha ...so George says it belongs in Disneyland, so it does? I have a friend who believes the same thing.

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                      Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                      Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post

                      My question, however is : "Does Star Wars 'stuff' really belong in Disneyland?"
                      Yoda in Mickey ears? Precious

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                        Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                        Well with ToT, Disney has a contract with CBS for something like 30 years so they can use the Twilight Zone theme.
                        -Jack :geek:
                        Doc Brown had 2 Deloreans!

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                          Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                          Originally posted by Disneyland Daddy View Post
                          I just feel that if it doesn't have a 'Disney tie' it doesn't belong - you know?
                          Wowza. At least they're good movies with a huge following. I don't want to see a Treasure Planet attraction at Disneyland just because it's a Disney movie. :blink:

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                            Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
                            I don't want to see a Treasure Planet attraction at Disneyland just because it's a Disney movie. :blink:
                            I still haven't seen that movie. Is it really that bad? lol.
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                              Re: STAR WARS in Disneyland?

                              Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
                              Wowza. At least they're good movies with a huge following. I don't want to see a Treasure Planet attraction at Disneyland just because it's a Disney movie. :blink:
                              Well, it's cool. I mean, it was just a topic to discuss. I saw Treasure Planet - thought it was a 'fun' movie, but an attraction might not be a good idea - agreed.

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