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  • Trivia help please! :)

    I need some moderately easy to medium trivia questions and answers. Anyone wanna help me out?
    "Minnie is the Audrey Hepburn of Disney. She's been wearing black flats and polka dots since the 1930's."
    Kidada Jones

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    on what?
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      i'll be glade to help

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        What are the names of the 7 Dwarfs?

        Happy, Sleepy, Grumpy, Bashful, Doc, Sneezy, and Dopey.
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          Originally posted by BFJen View Post
          on what?
          anything Disney related.
          "Minnie is the Audrey Hepburn of Disney. She's been wearing black flats and polka dots since the 1930's."
          Kidada Jones

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            What Is The One Current Atraction That Is Not On A Track?

            The Conoes
            I Am Taking An Acting Class On-Line...It's Easy.

            THIS IS IN ALL CAPS!

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            • #7
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              What year did Disneyland open?

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                Question: How many Eisner's does it take to screw in a light bulb?

                Answer: None, all he screws are Disney parks.

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                • #9
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                  Q: What's the oldest "attraction" at Disneyland.

                  A: The petrified wood that Walt gave to Lillian.

                  Q: What's Walt's wife's name. (answer above)

                  Q: What is Walt's Middle name: A: Elias

                  Q: What Ride has a recreational center in it

                  A: Matterhorn has a SMALL basketball court inside.

                  Q: What land is Tom Sawyer's Island in?
                  A: Frontierland

                  There have been 9 accidents or injuries at Disneyland resulting in death to a Guest. In all but one of these deaths, simply following park rules would have prevented the misfortune.


                  ONE: In May, 1964, a 15 year old Long Beach, California youth named Mark Maples was killed when he unbuckled his seat belt and stood up on the Matterhorn (bright lad, eh?). He was thrown from the bobsled to the tracks below and died of his brain injuries several days later.


                  TWO: In June, 1966, a Northridge, California lad named Tom Cleveland was killed when on Grad Nite he climbed upon the monorail track to walk inside the park. A security guard spotted him, told him to jump down as the train was coming. He ignored the advice and decided to lie down on the narrow apron below the track. Unfortunately for him, the clearance between the track and the monorail is only about five inches, and he didn't make the cut. But he certainly made his mark on the rail.


                  THREE: A 17 year old young man from Hawthorne, California named Rick Yama fell while trying to hop from car to car on the Peoplemover back in August of 1967. The wheels crushed him to death.


                  FOUR: In June, 1973, Bogden Delaurot from Brooklyn, New York, drown while trying to swim from Tom Sawyer Island to evade park security after he and his little brother stayed on the island after dusk (not allowed). Fortunately, his little brother was found alive in the water and was rescued. Bogden was not so fortunate. What he probably didn't know is the river is only about six feet deep at its deepest point, and probably could have walked most of the way from shore to shore.

                  FIVE: History repeats itself. Gerardo Gonzales was killed in June 1980 in the same manner as Rick Yama, trying to hop cars on the Peoplemover. Another bad Grad Nite. He manage to survive the car he jumped from, but was struck and killed by an oncoming car and dragged beneath its wheels for several hundred feet.


                  SIX: Grad Nite again. Phil Straughan and a friend were drinking (not allowed) and sneaking around Tom Sawyer Island after dusk (also not allowed) when they located a utility boat used for castmembers. They took it out for a spin around the Rivers of America, only to hit a rock. Phil was thrown into the water. His buddy went for help, but Phil's body wasn't recovered for an additional hour. Had he simply stood up, he might have survived.


                  SEVEN: January 1984 history repeats itself yet again. Dolly Young, 48 (who ought to have known better) apparently removed her seatbelt and tried to move or stand on the Matterhorn. She was thrown from her car into the path of an oncoming bobsled.


                  EIGHT: Christmas Eve, 1998, two guest and a castmember were injured when a mooring anchor on the Columbia broke loose from the ship's rail after being tethered to the loading pier. The rope holding it acted like a bungee cord, slinging the heavy iron cleat back toward the guests and castmembers assembled on the dock. Lieu Thuy Vuong, 43, received a severe head injury and was declared brain dead several days later. Vuong's husband was also injured, but survived, as did the castmember.


                  NINE: A guest was killed in 2003 when the Big Thunder Railroad coaster car jumped the tracks going into a curve after being nudged (apparently) by another car. He was thrown from the car onto the tracks and died shortly thereafter from his injuries.

                  AND ONE CASTMEMBER:
                  A number of years ago when America Sings was still in operation, a castmember was killed when, apparently through inattention, she became trapped between the revolving guest seating area and the stationary stage area.

                  There has been at least three recognized births at Disneyland. A special birth certificate was created for the event (afterwards, of course) and presented to the parents

                  According to the original (1st edition) Disneyland Guidebook, the opening day attractions were these:

                  Santa Fe & Diseyland Railroad
                  Disneyland Street Railway (the horse-drawn trolleys on Main Street)
                  Disneyland Fire Department (that fire wagon in the fire house was a ride up and down Main Street)
                  Disneyland Penny Arcade and Shooting Gallery: This bears special attention. The first Guidebook lists the following: "A fun packed collection of games, amusements and Americana, and tests of skill and marksmanship at the .22 caliber shooting gallery." (Yep, real, live .22's!!)
                  Main Street Cinema
                  Explorer's Boat Ride now the Jungle Cruise)
                  Log Fort and Block Houses (actually, the entry fascade to Frontierland) Mark Twain River Boat
                  Painted Desert (Stage Coach Ride)
                  Conestoga Wagons (through the Painted Desert)
                  Davy Crockett Museum (then the Mercantile)
                  Sleeping Beauty Castle (the walk-through wasn't open yet)
                  Peter Pan
                  Casey Jr (although not operational on opening day)
                  Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
                  Snow White Ride-Thru
                  Mickey Mouse Theatre (also not operational opening day)
                  King Arthur Carousel
                  Mad Tea Party
                  Dumbo
                  Canal Boats of the World (now Storybook Land Canal Boats)
                  Clock of the World
                  Space Station X-1
                  Speedboats (later Phantom Boats, later really phantoms, now long, long gone)
                  Autopia
                  Spaceport
                  Rocket to the Moon (the Moonliner from TWA)
                  20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Exhibit (sets and effects from the film)
                  That's it! Unless of course you count the Corset Shop on Main Street from Hollywood-Maxwell, the Yale & Towne Lock Shop, the Bone Carvers in Frontierland, the Red Wagon Inn On the Plaza by Swift, Co., the Aunt Jemima Pancake House from Quaker Oats, or the long, long gone Chicken Plantation House in Frontierland.
                  Welch's Grape Juice Beverage stand in Fantasyland! Cold Grape Juice!!!

                  Q: When America Sings was dismanteled, many of the animatronic animal characters found a new home as characters in Splash Mountain. However, two of the figures call a different attraction home. Which one?

                  A: Star Tours. The diagnostics droids in the second-half of the queue area are actually modified geese animatronics sans their skin and shell.


                  Q: What do the Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean attractions have in common?

                  A: Two of the animatronic figures are used in both attractions. In the Haunted Mansion's Grand Hall scene, two ghosts spring forth from their respective paintings, locked in a never-ending pistol fight. These same figures can also be found in Pirates of the Caribbean as the auctioneer, and as a miscellaneous pirate.

                  Q: What type of attraction was Mr. Toad's Wild Ride originally planned to be?

                  A: A roller-coaster ride. But Walt Disney had it toned down because he thought that too many adults would shy away.


                  Q: When the Disneyland fire marshal inspected the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, what feature did he request?

                  A: The fire effect in the burning city scene looked so realistic that it was required to program the effect so that it would shut off in the event the real fire alarm went off.

                  Q: Who was not in their own ride until 1983?
                  A: Snow White was not featured in her own ride until the 1983 Fantasyland makeover.

                  Q: What is the address of Disneyland?
                  A: 1313 S. Harbor Blvd. (Walt wanted to prove that 13 wasn't unlucky and it's also Mickey Mouse's initials)



                  there's tons of stuff out there.
                  Quote by Al:
                  To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
                  -Al Lutz


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                  • #10
                    Re: Trivia help please!

                    Originally posted by Irn-Bru View Post
                    What Is The One Current Atraction That Is Not On A Track?

                    The Conoes
                    beep

                    wrong

                    there is two attraction that or not on tracks

                    Canoes and Rafts
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                    • #11
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                      Originally posted by akfandisney View Post
                      beep

                      wrong

                      there is two attraction that or not on tracks

                      Canoes and Rafts
                      The Main Street Vehicles are not on tracks either.

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                      • #12
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                        Q. What is the only ride in Disneyland?

                        A.. Mr. Toad's Wild RIDE. Everything else is considered an attraction.

                        Q. Who is Max's mom?

                        A. Clarabelle the cow.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Trivia help please!

                          Originally posted by lazyboy97O View Post
                          The Main Street Vehicles are not on tracks either.
                          if you want to get very very techinical

                          Small world, Splash and Pirates are not on a "track".

                          Autotopia also isn't on a "track". The bar going down the middle is to keep you within a specific area, but not attached to the "track".

                          Then again, I'm being very very technical.
                          Quote by Al:
                          To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
                          -Al Lutz


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                            Re: Trivia help please!

                            Originally posted by DLFreak71 View Post
                            if you want to get very very techinical

                            Small world, Splash and Pirates are not on a "track".

                            Autotopia also isn't on a "track". The bar going down the middle is to keep you within a specific area, but not attached to the "track".

                            Then again, I'm being very very technical.
                            All are on some sort of guiding system. The canoes, rafts, and vehicles are entirely free roaming. They will go where the driver directs them.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Trivia help please!

                              Originally posted by lazyboy97O View Post
                              All are on some sort of guiding system. The canoes, rafts, and vehicles are entirely free roaming. They will go where the driver directs them.
                              I know.

                              as I said....getting very very techincal.

                              My point is....the trivia should say what ride(s) are not on some guiding system.
                              I think in trivia it would help with people answering the question.
                              Some one is bound to think up what I mentioned.
                              Quote by Al:
                              To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
                              -Al Lutz


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