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SOP Collectors Unite!

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  • SOP Collectors Unite!

    Have any of you non-CMs purchased SOPs of the internet? The two I have are Backstage Magic from D-MGM and a Sep. 1987 Guide to JII.

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    Re: SOP Collectors Unite!

    I have about five DRR SOPs.

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      Re: SOP Collectors Unite!

      SOPs? I know it's an acronym for something, I just don't know what. =)
      Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy.

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        Re: SOP Collectors Unite!

        "Standard Operating Procedure" manuals. Basically, the instruction manuals for the various attractions. Tells the CM the story behind the attraction, how to operate it, etc.

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          Re: SOP Collectors Unite!

          Recently spotted one on the internet for sale. The SOP for the vehicles on Main Street. (I believe it was from Bruce Gordon's Estate).
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            Re: SOP Collectors Unite!

            Originally posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
            "Standard Operating Procedure" manuals. Basically, the instruction manuals for the various attractions. Tells the CM the story behind the attraction, how to operate it, etc.
            Ah, thanks!
            Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy.

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