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  • Indiana Jones & the Lost Expedition

    While perusing the forums for Indiana Jones 4 over at IMDB.com, I came across a link to a Jim Hill article from earlier this year.

    I don't know if these plans from the late 80's have ever been discussed, but a search brought me nothing. So I offer for discussion....the Indiana Jones that could have been.

    I'm talking the Indiana Jones Adventure, almost as we know it....but with a mine coaster sharing the building...as well as appearences by a reworked jungle cruise (with a new indoor river temple), and the train running straight through the middle of the building...

    According to Jim, these plans were in competition with Splash for the green light. Splash obviously won.

    What does everyone think? Do these plans look amazing, or crazy? Would they have been a plus to Adventureland or detract from the park? Would this addition have been better than Splash? Are these plans that could still be realized in the park? Should they be?

    ready......go!
    Last edited by Dustysage; 08-29-2007, 07:57 PM. Reason: Link removed - Against our FAQ

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    Re: Indiana Jones & the Lost Expedition

    umm??
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    • #3
      Re: Indiana Jones & the Lost Expedition

      Check out this recent thread:

      http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...ighlight=jones

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        Stole the electrical signals right from my keyboard.

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          If you guys are gonna steal my ideas, at least give me my tinfoil hat back.
          :sc:-"Enjoy the rest of your stay here at Disneyland, where all of your dreams come true...well except for two of them, short lines and cheap food.":sc:

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            Re: Indiana Jones & the Lost Expedition

            This is a concept, the drawings used to hang in the Disney Gallery and there is another thread on here somewhere that has the details about it.
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              Re: Indiana Jones & the Lost Expedition

              wow the greatest experience WDI has ever created and its still not good enough for ya?
              Marquis d'Bod of the RCMC... always and forever

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                Re: Indiana Jones & the Lost Expedition

                Originally posted by Master Gracie View Post
                wow the greatest experience WDI has ever created and its still not good enough for ya?
                Personally I LOVE Indy, second only to Jungle. I also enjoy looking at the concept drawings, the whole "what might have been" I believe that Tokyo has an inter lapping Jungle/Indy but I am not 100%
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