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1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the "E" designation?

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  • [Fun] 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the "E" designation?

    As far as I can tell, the last "E" tickets made were for the following attractions:

    Bear Country Jamboree
    Enchanted Tiki Room
    Haunted Mansion
    It's A Small World
    Jungle Cruise
    Matterhorn Bobsleds
    Monorail
    Pirates Of The Caribbean
    Space Mountain
    Submarine Voyage

    Which of these is the least deserving of the "E" designation?
    46
    Bear Country Jamboree
    13.04%
    6
    Enchanted Tiki Room
    23.91%
    11
    Haunted Mansion
    2.17%
    1
    It's A Small World
    10.87%
    5
    Jungle Cruise
    0.00%
    0
    Matterhorn Bobsleds
    2.17%
    1
    Monorail
    41.30%
    19
    Pirates Of The Caribbean
    2.17%
    1
    Space Mountain
    0.00%
    0
    Submarine Voyage
    4.35%
    2

  • #2
    Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

    Monorail



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    • #3
      Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

      I vote Monorail. It's certainly a neat experience (especially if you get a ride at the very front of it), but I wouldn't consider it an E-ticket experience.

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      • #4
        Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

        For those who remember the ticket books for the 1960's, the monorail was a D ticket.
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        • #5
          Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

          Wow...the monorail is running away with it!

          Maybe I should have said "except the monorail, which attraction is least deserving of an E ticket designation"!

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          • #6
            Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

            i voted it's a small world. it loses my attention so fast and i think the lack of a line speaks for itself.

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            • #7
              Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

              From what I can tell, the Monorail required an E ticket the entire time tickets were collected for it (1959-1980), while the Disneyland Railroad required a D ticket from 1956-1958, then an E ticket from 1959-1966 then back to the D from 1967 to 1980.

              My personal opinion would be that all the attractions in this poll were, at the time they were introduced, worthy of an E ticket. My least favorite on the list was Country Bear Jamboree, but that's because I was just a kid and not into country music.

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              • #8
                Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

                Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
                My personal opinion would be that all the attractions in this poll were, at the time they were introduced, worthy of an E ticket.
                Exactly. Judging the worth of half century old Disneyland E tickets from the perspective of the present is an exercise in temporal chauvinism. That's like asking Disneyland fans in 1959 to judge the worth of amusement park tickets from 1906.
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                • #9
                  Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

                  Originally posted by Mr Wiggins View Post
                  Exactly. Judging the worth of half century old Disneyland E tickets from the perspective of the present is an exercise in temporal chauvinism. That's like asking Disneyland fans in 1959 to judge the worth of amusement park tickets from 1906.
                  It's just supposed to be a convival query.

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                  • #10
                    Re: 1980s E-Tickets: Which of these rides is the least deserving of the &quot;E&quot; designati

                    We're tossing around fancy phrases like some imperious predatory dowager.

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