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  • animagusurreal
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    Originally posted by pianoman13 View Post
    Your right, but don't diss Scooby-Doo!
    Sorry, didn't mean to dis Scooby-Doo - it's just kind of surprising to me that while pretty much all the cartoons I watched as a kid, from Gummi Bears to Animaniacs, are no longer known to most children, and while many older classics like Flintstones also seem to be less visible today, Scooby-Doo still has reruns on Cartoon Network and a new incarnation on Saturday Morning on the CW Network- "Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue".

    (I think the only franchise from my childhood that still has an incarnation on Saturday Morning is Ninja Turtles.)

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  • iTS a SMaLL WoRLD_
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    Originally posted by pianoman13 View Post
    Your right, but don't diss Scooby-Doo!
    Haha... Then again it could work. I would have never imagined StarWars or Indy as a ride in Disneyland either.

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  • pianoman13
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    Originally posted by animagusurreal View Post
    I'm guessing Disney doesn't do permanent attractions based on TV shows since most people don't seem to remember who Gadget of Gadget's Go Coaster is (from the popular 1989 TV series "Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers").

    Of course, it's their own fault for letting these once widely beloved characters slip into obscurity . There's got to be a way to keep them in the public eye. If freakin' Scooby-Doo can still be popular, so can they .
    Your right, but don't diss Scooby-Doo!

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  • animagusurreal
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    Well, someone on here once said that they thought it was supposed to be about Inspector Gadget (whose cartoon was ironically from before Rescue Rangers, but who had that live action movie a few years ago.)

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  • Dan - Tasmic!
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    Originally posted by IMAGINE View Post
    Frontierland once featured Davy Crockett and Zorro
    Originally posted by animagusurreal View Post
    I'm guessing Disney doesn't do permanent attractions based on TV shows since most people don't seem to remember who Gadget of Gadget's Go Coaster is (from the popular 1989 TV series "Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers").
    Oh, hmmmmmm........... I forgot those. Does the children know of them???

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  • animagusurreal
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    I'm guessing Disney doesn't do permanent attractions based on TV shows since most people don't seem to remember who Gadget of Gadget's Go Coaster is (from the popular 1989 TV series "Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers").

    Of course, it's their own fault for letting these once widely beloved characters slip into obscurity . There's got to be a way to keep them in the public eye. If freakin' Scooby-Doo can still be popular, so can they .

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  • IMAGINE
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    Frontierland once featured Davy Crockett and Zorro

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  • Dan - Tasmic!
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    Originally posted by iTS a SMaLL WoRLD_ View Post
    Hmm, I think it's a good idea, but I doubt the chances that Lost would appear in Disneyland. DL is more about fantasy, and I think that the themes in lost would be too realist. It would go well at Disney-MGM studios in Florida though, I believe!
    CORRECTION: Disney-HOLLYWOOD Studios! I never seen any attractions or lands based on a TV show.

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  • IMAGINE
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    ummm, not so much. An investment on a TV show that has been out of limelight a bit as of lately would not be a good idea.

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  • iTS a SMaLL WoRLD_
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    Hmm, I think it's a good idea, but I doubt the chances that Lost would appear in Disneyland. DL is more about fantasy, and I think that the themes in lost would be too realist. It would go well at Disney-MGM studios in Florida though, I believe!

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  • Mojave
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    LOST as a land or attraction

    What are the chances that Disney would create a land or at least an attraction based on their hit TV show, LOST? There seems to be so much material, so much possible theming and it's such a big hit that it would be a prime project for Disneyland.

    It seems like a project that would be in Disneyland, not DCA (especially now that there is not much real estate left in DCA), but the most likely spot, Adventureland, is full. The only other place something like a LOST land could go would be north of Big Thunder Mountain.

    Just wondering what people's thoughts are on this. Did a search, but didn't find anything.

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