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    Can anyone help me. I realli have no clue what it is. I know the Plot and everything but what type of ride is it
    Thanks
    pshhh i guess

  • #2
    If you are asking about the Pooh tokyo ride, yes? If so..Read this

    http://www.tdrfan.com/tdl/fantasyland/pooh/

    Ity is the first wireless ride with roaming vehicles and no tracks..it is the most popular ride in TDL since it opened 5 years ago.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Treat
      Can anyone help me. I realli have no clue what it is. I know the Plot and everything but what type of ride is it
      Thanks
      Have you been here? This might help. I've never been there but this page has taught me a lot.

      http://www.tdrfan.com/tdl/fantasyland/pooh/index.htm

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      • #4
        Wow it looks like a great ride but im still confused. Does anything make them move on with the ride or do they exit whenever
        pshhh i guess

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        • #5
          The ride vehicles are essentially choregraphed with the ride to move through each scene when it's supposed to. In certain rooms the vehicles will stop, watch the scene play out and then move on. In others the group of vehicles along with you will seperate and go through the room on slightly different paths, as if in a ballet, and then meet up again as they exit.

          I haven't been on it, but I've seen video, and even that impressed me a huge amount. If they had put anything close to this in at DLR, Critter Country would and extremely crowded area of the park.

          Check out the video http://www.jtcent.com/disneyland/fantasy/fanphh.html

          Edit:
          Also the video at http://webjay.org/iteminfo/191509/da...385ab22458625b is actually the one I've seen before. The one above has quite a bit of extra stuff in the park before showing the actual ride. Watching both will give you a better idea of how the vehicles move about, and how the ride is a bit different depending on which car you're in.
          Last edited by D.O.M.; 04-07-2005, 12:24 AM.

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          • #6
            TDL's Hunny Hunt is simply *FAB*ulous!!! You MUST ride it to believe it! It's that great and no video on Earth does it justice. You MUST go to TDL and ride this!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Treat
              Can anyone help me. I realli have no clue what it is. I know the Plot and everything but what type of ride is it
              Thanks
              To answer your question, Pooh's Hunny Hunt is a simple dark ride -- You get in a ride vehicle and it cruises around different scenes, which tell a story.

              But of course if you have experienced the ride in person, is it FAR from simple and about a million-zillion times better than *just* a dark ride. Think of it as the next evolution of dark rides. It's what could have been if Anaheim Disney would have spent a few million dollars more on its Pooh ride.

              I saw the above videos before I rode it in person and I was still stunned after riding it the first time.
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              • #8
                does anyone know how big the show building is for this ride? Is it the size of IASW or smaller?
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                • #9
                  It seemed a bit smaller to me, but I don't know for sure...
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ni_teach
                    does anyone know how big the show building is for this ride? Is it the size of IASW or smaller?
                    It's kind of hard to say because the building is so well conceiled in between IASW and Toontown, but I would take a guess and say the size ot the building has got to be similar to Roger's CarToon Spin building. Give one or two square meters either way.

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                    • #11
                      Pooh's building is much larger than Roger Rabbit's. However, the total area is less than Small World, and closer to Haunted Mansion's size.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by DisneyLurker
                        Pooh's building is much larger than Roger Rabbit's. However, the total area is less than Small World, and closer to Haunted Mansion's size.
                        I thought the Mansion was bigger them Small World :confused:

                        and which Small World do you speak of? TDL's?
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                        • #13
                          I'm referring to the Tokyo attractions. The total area covered by IASW is larger than Haunted there. But I must point out that approximately 40% of the IASW building is the queue/loading platform room/clock facade. So the actual "ride" portion of the attraction could be larger in Haunted.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by DisneyLurker
                            I'm referring to the Tokyo attractions. The total area covered by IASW is larger than Haunted there. But I must point out that approximately 40% of the IASW building is the queue/loading platform room/clock facade. So the actual "ride" portion of the attraction could be larger in Haunted.
                            ok well comparing the Disneyland versions it does seem that Small World might be slightly larger so I'll take it back

                            they're still very close to the same size though

                            but with the indoor que and all I'll give Tokyo the edge a bit (I've heard their ride is shorter then Disneylands though)
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                            • #15
                              TDL and WDW's versions of IASW are exactly identical in show and design, with TDL's having a double lane loading platform so that may make the queue area a bit wider than MK's.

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