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  • Why not use Toontown?

    Why didn't they just utilize some of the unused facades in Toontown to accommodate a "Year of a Million Dreams" suite?

    The Cast could lock up the entrance near It's a Small World, allowing guests to have free reign in an enclosed land.

    Have the attractions operating. Let all the characters loose. Throw in an early character breakfast picnic near the fountain before park opening.

    Voila!

    Last edited by I. Queue; 10-02-2007, 08:51 AM.

  • #2
    Re: Why not?

    Because that would make too much sense.

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    • #3
      Re: Why not?

      What a good idea! I love character breakfasts, it is such a great way to interact with the characters and it would be amazing to stay anywhere in Disneyland.
      Christina



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      • #4
        Re: Why not?

        That's a great idea! You're hired!!

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        • #5
          Re: Why not use Toontown?

          That would be cool, they could promote it as "win the chance to be Mickey's neighbor," or something like that.
          xo, Deanna

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          • #6
            Re: "Year of a Million Dreams" Suite at Mickey's Toontown

            Originally posted by I. Queue View Post
            Why didn't they just utilize some of the unused facades in Toontown to accommodate a "Year of a Million Dreams" suite?
            Um, maybe I'm being too realistic, but perhaps it's because the facades are . . . facades. There's nothing behind them that could be turned into a suite (unless you're expecting guests to sleep in dumpsters) and no room to build anything new.

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            • #7
              Re: Why not use Toontown?

              Originally posted by Deanna View Post
              That would be cool, they could promote it as "win the chance to be Mickey's neighbor," or something like that.
              Yes, EXACTLY!!!

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              • #8
                Re: "Year of a Million Dreams" Suite at Mickey's Toontown

                Originally posted by KDR View Post
                Um, maybe I'm being too realistic, but perhaps it's because the facades are . . . facades. Nothing behind them that could be turned into a suite. (Unless you're expecting guests to sleep in dumpsters.)
                Did the Disney Gallery have two bedrooms and two bathrooms? Did Cinderella Castle have similar arrangements, also?

                Can the Imagineers make something out of nothing?

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                • #9
                  Re: "Year of a Million Dreams" Suite at Mickey's Toontown

                  Originally posted by I. Queue View Post
                  Did the Disney Gallery have two bedrooms and two bathrooms? Did Cinderella Castle have similar arrangements, also?
                  Yes, both did.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Why not use Toontown?

                    I'd guess that Jessica Rabbit plays a role in one or two of those million dreams...
                    "My mental facilities are twice what yours are, pea brain!"

                    The conversation continues at Long-Forgotten, the blog.



                    ......... .....May April March!.....................

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                    • #11
                      Re: Why not use Toontown?

                      As much as I love TT, I prefer the NOS location where there are great sights, F! and room.

                      I dont think there is adequate room in toon town to build a suite so they would have to remove something to make room. Then you have the logistics issues of when they can go back there because of the fireworks (I believe some still go off from back there). There isnt much of a view back there and having Gadgets and RRCS to ride all night will get pretty boring. Finally, getting food back there will be a pain since I dont believe there is a full kitchen in that area.

                      It woudl maybe be a cool thing for a scout troup to camp out there for a night, but its not the place for a luxury suite.

                      A little piece of heaven

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                      • #12
                        Re: Why not use Toontown?

                        I think it would be fun to camp out on TSI.....right by the river.....

                        Ahhhh Thats a dream!
                        All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them. - Walt Disney

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                        • #13
                          Re: Why not use Toontown?

                          Now that was a great idea.... Hard to find them on here, but that one was great! Who knows... something for them to think about down the road!
                          Real fans "STICK" with it!

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                          • #14
                            Re: Why not use Toontown?

                            Just put me in a boat in POTC, turn off the current, and leave the banjo playing on, and let me sleep right there!

                            I don't need no stinkin' bed.
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                            This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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                            • #15
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                              a sleeping bag on the columbia would be awesome too looking up at the moon going down the river


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                              • #16
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                                There is a reason they close ToonTown during the fireworks. There is the potential for fireworks fallout. People aren't allowed to leave the TDA building during the show for that very reason and are suggested to move their vehicles into the parking structure if they aren't already there. ToonTown would be dangerous.

                                Also, kids might wonder why Mickey isn't sleeping in his house or any of the other characters for that matter. And there is not place to put a suite for people to stay in.

                                Just a bad idea in general, sorry.

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                                • #17
                                  Re: Why not use Toontown?

                                  Originally posted by Jackdack View Post
                                  There is a reason they close ToonTown during the fireworks. There is the potential for fireworks fallout. People aren't allowed to leave the TDA building during the show for that very reason and are suggested to move their vehicles into the parking structure if they aren't already there. ToonTown would be dangerous.

                                  Also, kids might wonder why Mickey isn't sleeping in his house or any of the other characters for that matter. And there is not place to put a suite for people to stay in.

                                  Just a bad idea in general, sorry.
                                  Who would put Guests there during the fireworks show? I would think Guests would retire for the evening around ten or later in the evening. Dangerous? Well, yeah, if you don't put safety first.

                                  Mickey sleeping in his home? How would they check on that, while being in their own suite? Have some sort of camera surveillance?

                                  Not a place for a suite? I'm pretty sure they can come up with something out of nothing. Especially along the right side of Roger Rabbit's entrance...

                                  Bad idea? Too bad you feel that way. You are entitled. I was just brought up "If you don't have anything nice to say..." Well, you know the rest.

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                                  • #18
                                    Re: Why not use Toontown?

                                    Originally posted by I. Queue View Post
                                    Who would put Guests there during the fireworks show? I would think Guests would retire for the evening around ten or later in the evening. Dangerous? Well, yeah, if you don't put safety first.

                                    Mickey sleeping in his home? How would they check on that, while being in their own suite? Have some sort of camera surveillance?

                                    Not a place for a suite? I'm pretty sure they can come up with something out of nothing. Especially along the right side of Roger Rabbit's entrance...

                                    Bad idea? Too bad you feel that way. You are entitled. I was just brought up "If you don't have anything nice to say..." Well, you know the rest.
                                    -thumper voice- "Don't say anything at all!"

                                    I think this is a wonderful idea! I love Toon Town and would love for a chance to stay there. They can probably make something in Donald's boat, or Goofy's Ex-Jumphouse (Didn't they close it down?). I'm sure, if they honestly, truly wanted to, they could do it.

                                    And riding RRCTS over and over and over again is MY dream.
                                    Code Lee-Oh-Co (Or Jessica, if you want)

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                                    • #19
                                      Re: Why not use Toontown?

                                      Why doesn't Disney carry out any of our good ideas? Because they make dollars, not sense. That's why.


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                                      • #20
                                        Re: Why not use Toontown?

                                        Originally posted by I. Queue View Post
                                        Who would put Guests there during the fireworks show? I would think Guests would retire for the evening around ten or later in the evening. Dangerous? Well, yeah, if you don't put safety first.

                                        Mickey sleeping in his home? How would they check on that, while being in their own suite? Have some sort of camera surveillance?

                                        Not a place for a suite? I'm pretty sure they can come up with something out of nothing. Especially along the right side of Roger Rabbit's entrance...

                                        Bad idea? Too bad you feel that way. You are entitled. I was just brought up "If you don't have anything nice to say..." Well, you know the rest.
                                        Woah! Chill out mate. Didn't mean to get so hot and bothered here.

                                        Disney can't keep them out of their room. What if they want to take a nap before they tour the park one last time at night. I don't know. They can't keep them out of their room if they need to get to it no more than they can keep any hotel guest out of their room. It lessens the prize substantially and almost seems like punishment. I can imagine the P.R. department trying to talk their way out of that one. "Well, yes we kept them out of 'their' room, but it was a gift."

                                        Also, the orginal post mentioned that the family would have access to ToonTown after hours, so I was refering to that aspect of characters not in their houses.

                                        As for building something from nothing. That costs a lot more then rennovating and existing structure and also takes substantially more time.

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