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  • Pipeek
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    Re: How crowded is the Halloween event?

    Originally posted by pratt55 View Post
    We saw one of those Halloween stores at the mall/outlet stores where the Disney Outlet store is at Harbor and Orangethorpe.
    Thanks! I'll have to swing by sometime soon.

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  • pratt55
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    Originally posted by Pipeek View Post
    Speaking of costumes, is there a good place near the resort to get adult costumes? Or even plans/materials to build your own?
    We saw one of those Halloween stores at the mall/outlet stores where the Disney Outlet store is at Harbor and Orangethorpe.

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  • Pipeek
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    Speaking of costumes, is there a good place near the resort to get adult costumes? Or even plans/materials to build your own?

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  • garbear
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    Originally posted by missmonkey View Post
    I think it's the same reason that they won't let adults dressed as Disney characters have their pictures taken at DCA. TPTB are concerned that other patrons may confuse Disney-costumed folks with actual employees. If someone goes home with a pic of him-/herself and a cut-rate Jack Sparrow (no Mice Chatters included in that group, of course!) and claims that that was the official Jack Sparrow, it's bound to be a disappointment and detracts from Disney's image.

    If they mistake the real mickey for a fake one well maybe thats a hint disney needs to improve the costumes?

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  • IMAGINE
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    true, that was the reason I saw baggage claim turn away some folks decked out as pirates around the same time of the 3rd pirates film being released, it seems reasonable...at least they can dress up during mickeys event (just no pictures)

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  • missmonkey
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    Re: How crowded is the Halloween event?

    Originally posted by garbear View Post
    Why don't they let adults dress up in disneyland?
    I think it's the same reason that they won't let adults dressed as Disney characters have their pictures taken at DCA. TPTB are concerned that other patrons may confuse Disney-costumed folks with actual employees. If someone goes home with a pic of him-/herself and a cut-rate Jack Sparrow (no Mice Chatters included in that group, of course!) and claims that that was the official Jack Sparrow, it's bound to be a disappointment and detracts from Disney's image.

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  • IMAGINE
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    I got to pass out candy at last years event a few times and I must say it was really cool. it didnt seem crowded at all(even to DCAs Standards), it was great to see everyone all dressed up too, even the cast members get in on the dress up...what fun!

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  • ScarLion
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    Lots of spirits & ghosts in a very little space...even Hades can't believe it...he's been quote as saying, "What the hell/my house?!?!?"

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  • garbear
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    Why don't they let adults dress up in disneyland?

    Thats weird.


    The rides are open too right?

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  • Junthor
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    Originally posted by Neverlandtink View Post
    Now I feel better. My husband and I weren't planning on dressing up.

    We are really looking forward to the evening though. One more question - what kind of activities are there for a 6 and 8 year old who don't like the scary rides? (Besides getting the candy)


    here's the events from last year....

    http://www.allearsnet.com/dlr/tp/dca/mht.htm#ev


    Trick or Treat Stops - 13 different treat stations with a variety of candy available. New in 2006, packages of fresh apple slices are also available.
    Trick or Treat Trails - "Mickey's Hide and Go Treat Trails", located on the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail and the queue area around Grizzly River, offer additional candy stops.
    Character Greetings - locations throughout the park.
    Face Painting and Halloween Crafts - make a ghost pencil topper!
    Boardwalk Games - Play the Boardwalk Games for free! Candy is awarded to winners in lieu of stuffed animals.
    Live Entertainment - Dance and sing at the Monster Mash Bash, Hokey Pokey Hoedown, "Bat-lot" Bash, or Boogieman Boogie.
    Mickey & Friends Halloween Farewell - 15 minutes before the party ends Mickey and friends gather at the Sunshine Plaza hub to say goodbye and wish everyone a Happy Halloween.

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  • Neverlandtink
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    Now I feel better. My husband and I weren't planning on dressing up.

    We are really looking forward to the evening though. One more question - what kind of activities are there for a 6 and 8 year old who don't like the scary rides? (Besides getting the candy)

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  • Wren
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    Originally posted by Tatttoons View Post
    Last year it was great. CDA was pretty much empty. I want to say they limit it to 3,000 or 5,000 tickets per event. I am not 100% sure, but it is a small number and it feels like you have the park to yourself!
    Isnt DCA always like that? O.o

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  • SuperStar
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    I really want to go this year. This year I won't be dressing up disney so I was thinking of wearing my minnie mouse costume to this event, even though I hate to repeat costumes. I just think it's a perfect for disney.

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  • DebiTasha
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    Originally posted by Bubbadunne View Post
    or he can be Paul Mccartney....(waits to see who will get this reference)
    Koo, koo, kachoo.. is that how you spell it?

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  • Junthor
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    I'm going on a Thursday and you guys are crazy if you think I'm dressing up....

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  • Neverlandtink
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    Originally posted by Bubbadunne View Post
    or he can be Paul Mccartney....(waits to see who will get this reference)
    ...I am the Walrus?

    Or, he could be Richard or Karen...

    Oh wow. I've really lead us down a rabbit hole.

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  • Bubbadunne
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    Originally posted by aashee View Post
    the Walrus or carpenter

    or he can be Paul Mccartney....(waits to see who will get this reference)

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  • aashee
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    Originally posted by twingirlsmom View Post
    We're going on a Thursday and my hubby and I are dressing in costume also. My twins are each Alice and I'm the Queen of Hearts. My husband really went out on a limb and chose Jack Sparrow. I was rooting for the Mad Hatter, but not to be.

    Tell Hubby to at least match the 3 lovely ladies. There are other options: The King of Hearts, the Walrus or carpenter, Tweedle Dee/Dum. Or he can be one of 349 other Jack Sparrows.:lol:

    Chad

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  • twingirlsmom
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    We're going on a Thursday and my hubby and I are dressing in costume also. My twins are each Alice and I'm the Queen of Hearts. My husband really went out on a limb and chose Jack Sparrow. I was rooting for the Mad Hatter, but not to be.

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  • Neverlandtink
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    YAY! My family and I are going on a Thursday night as well. Looking forward to it! Have any of you grown-ups dressed up for the event, or just your kids?

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