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  • Antique pictures?

    Does anyone know of a place anywhere at WDW that takes the photos where you dress up in old clothes. Civil war costumes, cowboys, indians, Saloon girls etc...?

    Thanks guys

    speedemon

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    Re: Antique pictures?

    Sorry, but I've never seen this at WDW or Disneyland. I did once do this at Six Flags in Chicago with co workers.

    At Downtown Disney, they do have a place where you can add your face to different pictures from movies and magazine covers.

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    • #3
      Re: Antique pictures?

      When I was a kid, my family got to dress up like Pirates and pose with a "real" Pirate.
      Not sure if they used to have an "old fashioned" one (makes me think of The Brady Bunch...and Cousin Oliver *shudder*...anyone remember that one?).

      Anyway, just because I feel like sharing, here's the pic:

      "When entering the theater, please move as far to the end of the row as possible. Stopping in the middle is distinctly unpatriotic." -Sam Eagle

      "I may have invented these bifocals I'm wearing, but I can assure you they're not rose-colored" -Ben Franklin, The American Adventure




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      • #4
        Re: Antique pictures?

        They used to have it in Downtown Disney-when it was Disney Villiage. We did it back in 1992. I haven't seen in in a while.

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        • #5
          Re: Antique pictures?

          Bummer! Nice pic w/ the pirates though.

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          • #6
            Re: Antique pictures?

            We have a photo dressed as pirates, too...

            But it was a very different set at that point. I don't think there was treasure and definitely no creepy pirate dummy!
            -Tim

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