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  • DisneySeaFan
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    Re: Let Disneyland Know...Little Mermaid Dark Ride

    Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
    That would be quite appropriate, considering TDS has Mermaid Lagoon.

    However, TDS has quite enough spectacular attractions. Imagineering needs to show the original park some love and build the Little Mermaid ride.
    Can't we share? However I don't think that there is space in Mermaid Lagoon, there could be but maybe not. I don't know how much space there is inside of the building.

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  • Coheteboy
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    Originally posted by Alpine View Post
    The downside is that it would have a 90 minute plus line every day for decades. Look at Peter Pan... and that ride is super short and for a movie >50 years old. People go bananas over that ride system and it's not exactly high capacity.

    I'd bet that had a lot more to do with it not happening than anything involving money. Pretty sure it was meant for Paris anyway.

    That DVD thing on it sure was cool though, don't get me wrong I'd LOVE to ride it, but there are a lot of downsides to it in a operating sense.

    Yes there are downsides but I think when it comes down to it, if you provide the audience with enough attractions, they won't feel ripped off. If they miss it, they'll just have to make sure they ride it the next time.

    I don't remember the last time I went to Disneyland and rode on EVERYTHING. And that's what I love about the place. The attractions I experience change so that it's different all the time. DCA, I can tell you each time I was able to do everything because there wasn't enough to do.

    New rides will always be a lot busier but unless they make dark rides as big as Pirates, they'll never be able to have that same level of capacity. In time, the ride times will even itself out.

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  • DisneyFunGuy
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    Gotta love it! And since Ariel is my favorite Disney Princess, you know I'll be sending a letter! That scene from the DVD makes the ride (attraction) look absolutely awesome! Disney would certainly benefit from creating this, as long as they do it right and not spare any expenses.

    Oh, and just as a side bar...I will be the first one in line to ride it!

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  • Alpine
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    The downside is that it would have a 90 minute plus line every day for decades. Look at Peter Pan... and that ride is super short and for a movie >50 years old. People go bananas over that ride system and it's not exactly high capacity.

    I'd bet that had a lot more to do with it not happening than anything involving money. Pretty sure it was meant for Paris anyway.

    That DVD thing on it sure was cool though, don't get me wrong I'd LOVE to ride it, but there are a lot of downsides to it in a operating sense.

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  • thmar
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    Re: Let Disneyland Know...Little Mermaid Dark Ride

    Originally posted by Ghostbuster626 View Post
    That's actually not a bad idea. May want to send some letters to the Marketing department too.
    Okay, what's their address?

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  • Ghostbuster626
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    Originally posted by sediment View Post
    Well, perhaps we need to send a message to the marketing department. They'll know how to approach Imagineering.
    That's actually not a bad idea. May want to send some letters to the Marketing department too.

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  • disneyhound
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    Originally posted by Coheteboy View Post
    Disneyland told me that if we make 5 more threads on this topic, the ride will be made!

    LOL; if only we had the power... )

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  • VeganPrincess
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    Originally posted by TDR_Fan View Post
    I sort of want this ride to be built in Tokyo DisneySea too.
    That would be quite appropriate, considering TDS has Mermaid Lagoon.

    However, TDS has quite enough spectacular attractions. Imagineering needs to show the original park some love and build the Little Mermaid ride.

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  • Disney Analyst
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    ^ Uhm I'm sorry to say, guests and us micechatters can't force Disney to do a thing.

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  • Coheteboy
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    Disneyland told me that if we make 5 more threads on this topic, the ride will be made!

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  • TDR_Fan
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    I sort of want this ride to be built in Tokyo DisneySea too.

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  • sediment
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    Re: Let Disneyland Know...Little Mermaid Dark Ride

    Well, perhaps we need to send a message to the marketing department. They'll know how to approach Imagineering.

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  • thmar
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    OOPS...I see there is another thread on this...

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  • DisneySeaFan
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    Wouldn't it be wonderful if they considered it? Somebody needs to start a web site.....some sort hidden secrets thing.

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  • thmar
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    Let Disneyland Know...Little Mermaid Dark Ride

    Write to the following addresses...let them know you would like to see the Little Mermaid Dark Ride in Disneyland or DCA.

    WDI address:

    1401 Flower St.
    Glendale, California, 91221 USA

    John Lasseter:

    Pixar Animation Studios
    1200 Park Avenue
    Emeryville, California 94608
    (be sure to address it to John Lasseter)

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