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IASW Knock-off in China (Creepy!)

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  • Video IASW Knock-off in China (Creepy!)



    Now, try to compare to TDL IASW. Definetly, I prefer the real IASW of course! I love it's a small world, but not the knock off version(s).



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    I gotta admit, there was some really cool stuff in the knock-off version, that I would not mind seeing at DL.

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      That video made me appreciate the dolls more in Disney version, damn they were creepy...
      Here come's the bride.
      As long as we live.
      Till death do us part.
      You may kiss the bride.

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        Zombie World was a pretty good description.
        Stalking is when two people go for a long romantic walk together but only one of them knows about it.

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          Night of the living dead....

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            What theme park is this located in, Infringementland? I thought I saw Chip from Beauty and the Beast, too. It's almost as creepy and "bizarro" as Nara Dreamland.

            Oh, and here's an even creepier IASW knock-off in some ways, if that's possible:

            Joyland Chinese Knock Off It&#39;s a Small World Dark Ride Boat Ride POV Jin Jiang Action Park China - YouTube

            Check out what's at 6:27 in the video. It's a world of tears and a world of fears, alright....

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              This is disturbing.

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                Some of you may know I already am afraid of the IASW dolls, but I'm not so scared anymore after seeing these demonic devices.
                -Carter P.

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                  Both of those Chinese knock-offs are absolutely terrifying. These are dolls that will suck out your soul as you ride by. Can you imagine being stuck on either of those rides? I'd totally freak out.

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                    Originally posted by aimster View Post
                    Both of those Chinese knock-offs are absolutely terrifying. These are dolls that will suck out your soul as you ride by.
                    I know, I haven't been this terrified since I first saw Barney the purple dinosaur.

                    Originally posted by aimster View Post
                    Can you imagine being stuck on either of those rides? I'd totally freak out.
                    Speaking of which, I HOPE that hanging child wasn't real.... :unsure:

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                      Wow..... even the music is creepy.
                      "If you can dream it, you can do it" - Walt Disney

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                        Personally, I love the zombie small world. It's hilarious, I almost wish we had it here. The dolls are...just, inspired levels of awful and creepy. It's fantastic. Plus, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the way the music echoes lifelessly around the space. Amazing. This is my favorite faux-Disneyland attraction so far.
                        when the spooks have a midnight jamboree....

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                          Umm, isn't this illegal in some way? Mainly the fact that they are using the IASW music?

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                            They def. love those flashing lights.
                            I see they rode the WDW version.
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                              Re: IASW Knock-off in China (Creepy!)

                              Originally posted by BRodgers View Post
                              Umm, isn't this illegal in some way?
                              Not in China, it isn't. :whistling Maybe this will change when Shanghai Disneyland opens and if Shanghai Shendi Group sues, but in general unless Chinese interests are being harmed, getting their government to do something about it would be futile.

                              Originally posted by BRodgers View Post
                              Mainly the fact that they are using the IASW music?
                              What, haven't you ever heard of the great Chinese songwriting duo, the Xerman Brothers?

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