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I would have to say .... well, I don't know if Haunted Mansion counts as he was there for part of the construction ... if that counts then Haunted Mansion, if that doesn't count then Indy ... thrilling yet incredibly themed!
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Haunted Mansion counts because that showpiece building sat there for years and years with a little "Come back again! Growing cobwebs takes time!" sign and no ride attatched to it.
The most commonly held view of history, including the one used in a few Disney shows here and there, is that Pirates is Walt's last ride.
My own opinion is that it's probably either Space Mountain or one of the big Tokyo rides like Pooh or 20,000 Leagues. They're still Disney creations, and even if another company is funding them they still count as attractions tapped from the minds at Disney.
Haunted Mansion, the splendor of haunted mansions!!
Then INDY- Why? The Queue area, and the AT&T translation cards, the involvement and Immersion before Fastpass came along. Ive have never been able to enjoy alot of the hallway waiting areas of Indy. It just gives you a feel of being in cave, 1920's to 30's feel, Artifacts, etc great stuff!!
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Splash Mountain is my fav... and I dont think I would count Haunted Mansion as post Walt Disney because he worked on the concept and I think he even walked through a couple of parts of it when it was still a walk through (while still under construction i'm guessing). The concept was by him, the only real change to it was that the Disney Imagineers, after he died, had to figure out some way to tie together scary and funny. There by X Atencio came up with the Grim Grinning Ghosts song and I believe after his death they figured out that they needed a better way to move people around. (They orginally were just going to have ghost host cast members take you to seperate rooms for a couple minutes and then cool stuff would happen).
Well since the only ride in the park was built before Walt died I would say that it is still Mr. Toads Wild Ride. If you want to be anal lol and change it to attraction, I would have to say Indy is right up there as the top. But overall from a family stand point I would say Splash. Sure the drop may scare some but it is a great family attraction.
I don't know. I still love the classic attractions a lot more like the dark rides, Tiki Room, Small World, etc. I must say... Superstar Limo!!!!!!! Don't worry, I'm only kidding. Indy for sure, Splash is a close second and Star Tours/Philar Magic tied in 3rd. I know Star Wars is old, but I enjoyed it so much when I was a kid (it came out the year I was born) and it is around 19 years old.