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  • Fantasy Waters?

    Is this show at the Disneyland Hotel still around? If not, what happned to it? Why did it go?

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    Nah the show was removed. Not exactly sure why, maybe somebody else can enlighten us both.

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      The show closed down in 2004. It had a variety of problems since Disney abandon the show around 1996/1997. In the following years most of the show's components started going out and quite working until in 2004 when practically nothing worked. Today the upper pool where the fountain system was is now filled in with dirt and plants, however the lower pool still features some of the fountains from the show that just turn on and off during the day.

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        There are rumors that portions of it will be incorporated into World of Color.

        Just idle gossip.
        2007 Photos:
        http://s530.photobucket.com/albums/dd345/Pisceslibra/Disneyland%20Christmas%202007/?start=all
        More 2007 Photos:
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/pisceslibra/sets/72157606706412381/
        2007 UPDATED Trip Report:
        http://micechat.com/forums/showthread.php/trip_report_photos_dec_2007-102026.html
        2006 Photos:
        http://pisces.smugmug.com/gallery/2307689/11/120769200#120769200_T5KyJ

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          Re: Fantasy Waters?

          Originally posted by Pisces View Post
          There are rumors that portions of it will be incorporated into World of Color.

          Just idle gossip.
          lol... I doubt it, all of the show was gutted and sent back to Waltzing Waters inc.

          World of Color is most likely going with another company called WET Design, which did the world famous Bellagio Fountains.

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          • #6
            Re: Fantasy Waters?

            It would be lovely if they incorporated something like it into the 'new' hotel; unlikely but lovely.

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              Re: Fantasy Waters?

              Originally posted by FantasyWatersDude View Post
              lol... I doubt it, all of the show was gutted and sent back to Waltzing Waters inc.

              World of Color is most likely going with another company called WET Design, which did the world famous Bellagio Fountains.
              Disney has been sitting on a set of fountains identical to the ones at the Bellagio since 1998.

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                Gone the way of the dodo bird.

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                • #9
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                  I say bring it back!

                  I loved Fantasy Waters. It was one of the things I always looked forward to when we stayed at the D Hotel. The last time I saw it was probably the late 1990's, when they had the Christmas themed show. The grand finale of the show played Percy Faith's version of "Happy Holidays" (the one that sounds like go-go dancers are singing) and there was a good crowd of people gathered around. Just one of those nice Disney details that guests used to expect when they stayed there. Instead of maintaining or replacing parts what do they do? Let it die.

                  Pressler era.

                  'nuff said.

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                    Re: Fantasy Waters?

                    Originally posted by Neverlandtink View Post
                    I say bring it back!

                    I loved Fantasy Waters. It was one of the things I always looked forward to when we stayed at the D Hotel. The last time I saw it was probably the late 1990's, when they had the Christmas themed show. The grand finale of the show played Percy Faith's version of "Happy Holidays" (the one that sounds like go-go dancers are singing) and there was a good crowd of people gathered around. Just one of those nice Disney details that guests used to expect when they stayed there. Instead of maintaining or replacing parts what do they do? Let it die.

                    Pressler era.

                    'nuff said.
                    It's not like no one could have not know about the show. The older Disneyland maps included the Disneyland Hotel and it had its own shop, restaraunt, and attractions listing. Everyone riding the Monorail across the parking lot could hear the announcements advertising the hotel and its features. All you used to have to do was disembark at the Disneyland Hotel Station.

                    I remember when we would arrive for those few days in Anaheim. We would go to the hotel, walk the grounds, browse inside Mickey's Corner, and enjoy the weather and atmosphere.

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                      Re: Fantasy Waters?

                      Well, it's a shame that it's not there anymore. So you say there were other attractions? What were they?

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by Luke Manning View Post
                        Well, it's a shame that it's not there anymore. So you say there were other attractions? What were they?
                        They advertised attractions you pay for, like the old marina and the radio control boats and peddle boats, the arcade that was in the marina, etc.

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                          Re: Fantasy Waters?

                          Originally posted by Koutesu View Post
                          They advertised attractions you pay for, like the old marina and the radio control boats and peddle boats, the arcade that was in the marina, etc.

                          Does anyone have a map or something like that, that you could post on here?

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