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  • [Idea] The Rescuers: Dark ride

    The Rescuers was successful upon its original theatrical release earning $48 million at the box office and becoming Disney's most successful film to that date. The film broke a record for the largest financial amount made for an animated film on opening weekend, a record it kept until 1986, when An American Tail (1986), directed by Rescuersanimator Don Bluth, broke the record. The Rescuers was Disney's first significant success since The Jungle Book (1967) and the last until The Little Mermaid (1989)
    . The Rescuers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I could see the imagineers doing a great job with this one, and the film is definitely a classic for story, characters and music!

    It could fit in well in critter country or New Orleans.

    If The Little Mermaid qualifies, this one must!!


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    Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

    I liked the movie, but it doesn't seem to have the staying power of other Disney animated films. Nowadays you don't really hear anyone talking about this movie at all. But I wouldn't object to an attraction based off of it.

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      Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

      "Excuse me, where's the Ratatouille ride?"

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        All for it!!!

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          Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

          Originally posted by ohmyjustin View Post
          "Excuse me, where's the Ratatouille ride?"
          I don't know about a ride, but I would be all over a restaurant
          ―George Darling

          It seems to me that we have a lot of story yet to tell. ― Walt Disney

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            Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

            Originally posted by KEBSD View Post
            Nowadays you don't really hear anyone talking about this movie at all.
            dont forget tarzan, song of the south (its banned), and mr. toad
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              Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

              Originally posted by ohmyjustin View Post
              "Excuse me, where's the Ratatouille ride?"
              Coming soon to Disneyland Paris.

              Originally posted by Mom kissed Walt View Post
              I don't know about a ride, but I would be all over a restaurant
              I don't believe any DLR restaurant currently offers a menu choice of Ratatouille do they?


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                Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

                Actually cafe Orleans has Ratatouille as a dish

                ---------- Post added 07-15-2012 at 09:49 AM ----------

                As for the Rescuers it has always been one of my favorites and i see a lot of potetial for a darkride there!
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                  Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

                  I'm more thinking a dark ride based on Plane Crazy would be interesting. Use a Pan type ride system. Make the car swing as the plane goes through its manuovers. I think that would fit well in Toontown.
                  I am old. But still love Disneyland.

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                    Re: The Rescuers: Dark ride

                    Originally posted by bayouguy View Post
                    I'm more thinking a dark ride based on Plane Crazy would be interesting. Use a Pan type ride system. Make the car swing as the plane goes through its manuovers. I think that would fit well in Toontown.
                    I'm not opposed to this ride, but if anything, I can see the Rescuers making a home in Critter Country. The art styles of The Rescuers and Toontown are so different and I'd hate for Toontown's best feature to be compromised in favor of a ride.

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