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  • [Question] Phantom Manor/DLP question

    Was just in Paris and visited the Disneyland Paris parks. I loved their rendition of the Haunted Mansion, Phantom Manor, but while I was able to follow the story of the bride, does anyone have any input as to the significance of the saloon scene at the last part of the attraction and how that fits into the story line? Thanks!

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    Re: Phantom Manor/DLP question

    For what it's worth--take a look at Wikipedia for some story details. Others here can give you more specifics I'm sure.

    Phantom Manor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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      Re: Phantom Manor/DLP question

      That part is related not only with the bride but also with thunder mesa the town that makes all the frontierland area at Disneyland Paris. It was a way to connect all the stories.
      DLP - 1994 / 2002 / 2007 / 2010 / 2011 Annual Passport

      WDW - 2006 / 2008 / 2009 / 2014

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        Re: Phantom Manor/DLP question

        Thank you! Very informative article on Wikipedia. The attraction has a nice tie-in to Frontierland, and the story line makes it even more provocative. Thoroughly enjoyed this take on Haunted Mansion and found it kind of creepy really.

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