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  • Syndrome
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    I think the Lion King. But for the most part, characters should be used as background characters like in Small World.

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  • OHSNAPiTSEG
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    I've noticed the park doesn't have a lot of attractions based on Lion King, The Incredibles, Pocahontas, and Hercules.

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  • WALL-E
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    This does pose a question: Is there any way to make suggestions for attractions to someone in charge?

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  • WALL-E
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    Originally posted by HiddenMickeyBook View Post
    Swiss Family Robinson had a treehouse, but Tarzan usurped their ownership - maybe they went into foreclosure?
    They got a letter from the Treasury Department demanding information on their investors.

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  • WALL-E
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    Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
    13 Academy Award nominations, more than any other Disney film... Won 5 Academy awards.... the top-grossing film of 1964... Still no dedicated attraction, 45 years later.


    It's not that they haven't tried, but during concept testing, obese people keep getting stuck in the chimney.

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  • sgtpeper
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    Not a fan of the film, but Mulan doesn't exist inside the berm.
    No "The Fox and the Hound" and no "Bambi" either.

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  • plagued
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    i'd love to see more Lion King in the parks...

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  • HiddenMickeyBook
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    Swiss Family Robinson had a treehouse, but Tarzan usurped their ownership - maybe they went into foreclosure?

    Lady and the Tramp have no showing. 101 Dalmations has Cruella as a Meet and Greet. Lion King. Jungle Book.

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  • GummiBears_Rock
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    Originally posted by timbabbcomedian View Post
    I would like to see the Native American theme explored a bit in Frontierland. Maybe something to mystify the stereotype that they were on e group of people saying "how" and smoking peace pipes and show them as many different groups with many different cultures, beliefs, and lifestyles.
    yeah that's true with the stereotypes
    but coming from a native american family
    we seem to find that if there's just one little teeny tiny thing that is not accurate
    then they'll complain the heck out of it
    so really they would have to be careful with the N.A. audience
    cause if they don't impress us
    then they might as well just close it down

    so they would have to do years and years of research

    edit: forgot to mention, don't talk to me about pocahontas and if that's accurate
    cause:
    a) i'm not from the eastern woodlands, i'm from the Great Plains area
    and b) i like the movie cause of the love story, especially the interracial thing cause my boyfriend is filipino

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  • timbabbcomedian
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    I would like to see the Native American theme explored a bit in Frontierland. Maybe something to mystify the stereotype that they were on e group of people saying "how" and smoking peace pipes and show them as many different groups with many different cultures, beliefs, and lifestyles.

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  • GummiBears_Rock
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    Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
    13 Academy Award nominations, more than any other Disney film... Won 5 Academy awards.... the top-grossing film of 1964... Still no dedicated attraction, 45 years later.
    you make a good point Mr. Weaver.

    as for the original rides, i like that south american idea for adventureland
    or just something not in this country
    isn't that the whole point of adventureland
    unfortunately adventureland is rather small

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  • Bob Weaver
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    13 Academy Award nominations, more than any other Disney film... Won 5 Academy awards.... the top-grossing film of 1964... Still no dedicated attraction, 45 years later.


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  • Rhubarb
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    So for original rides, what themes would be most interesting? Maybe some South American flava' in Adventureland, perhaps something centered around the Incas.

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  • GummiBears_Rock
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    yeah i would really like to see some more original rides
    now and days all the new rides are from movies
    and that's fine and all
    but i would like to see some original rides

    about the movies
    obviously beauty and the beast is very neglected
    i would like to see aladdin have a ride, and not that oasis thing
    oh wait they got a broadway show, nevermind.

    no pocahontas! they need a ride!!
    and hercules
    and the hunchback of notre dame

    which is funny because those are my top 3 disney movies
    Last edited by GummiBears_Rock; 11-14-2009, 11:53 AM. Reason: i had to bring in the groceries

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  • DisneyIPresume
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    How about removing some movie based rides for something orginial?

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  • Rhubarb
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    Neglected Movies At DL?

    What movies, or themes, do you feel have been neglected at DL?

    For Toontown, I would love to incorporate Oliver & Company and A Goofy Movie. Possibly a Powerline show? Complete with Max and Goofy by his side for the closing song! Max could also come out in a Powerline costume for "Stand Out" and try to steal the show. That would provide some good entertainment, especially for anyone born in the 90's (like myself) and before, and bring in some new younger fans!

    I love The Rescuers, but I'm not quite sure where that would even fit. It would have to be executed in a way that won't seem to outdated for the youngsters. Any ideas? Possibly something relating to the mouse UN, from the first portion of the film, could work in Adventureland?

    Of course there can't be a dark ride for every movie, so what other ways could your favorite stories/characters be represented? What about other types of themes do you feel the park is lacking? Dark ride ideas are welcome as well, I love reading through detailed concepts!

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