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  • [Chat] Fourth of July Meet-n-Greets Ideas

    I was watching some videos of the special Meet-n-Greet opportunities that WDW gives guests a chance to meet Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross and I loved it since I am a history buff. I was just curious if you think there is anyone else from history that would be worth meeting.

    My first thought was Mark Twain I would just love to see him and Ben Franklin play off each other like they do in the American Adventure.

    His excellency George Washington

    Abraham Lincoln

    I'm trying to think of people who guests young and old, history buff or not can instantly recognize and that person can connect with the guests.

    Have fun coming up with people and as always,

    See ya walkin' right down the middle of o'l Main Street USA




    "THAT'S R
    IGHT CARNEGIE STEEL BUILT THIS PLACE"!!!!!

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    Mr. Walt Disney.

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      Re: Fourth of July Meet-n-Greets Ideas

      Originally posted by redrhino54 View Post
      Mr. Walt Disney.
      OOOHHHHH FUN FACT TIME WITH SPARKCHASER!!!!!!!)

      Did you know that for a while Imagineering considered Walt Disney to the spokesman for the 20th century segment of the American Adventure, they opted not to since it only was decade since he died when they considered it in addition WED vets who worked with him were a little disturbed by the thought of an animatronic Walt.

      See ya walkin' right down the middle of o'l Main Street USA




      "THAT'S R
      IGHT CARNEGIE STEEL BUILT THIS PLACE"!!!!!

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