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Theme parks on parade: In Anaheim, Disney's attractions lead... - Sac. Bee 5/15/05


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  • Theme parks on parade: In Anaheim, Disney's attractions lead... - Sac. Bee 5/15/05

    Article from The Sacramento Bee available at (free registration required) - 5/15/05
    Theme parks on parade: In Anaheim, Disney's attractions lead the way
    ANAHEIM - Skeptics who complained before the fact about Disneyland not offering a new E-ticket-level attraction in conjunction with its 50th anniversary had it wrong - all zip-a-dee-doo-dah wrong.

    There is a new top-flight attraction at the Anaheim park - and you don't have to stand in an endless queue to experience it. "Remember ... Dreams Come True" lasts 17 enthralling minutes, and its groundbreaking pyrotechnics will stick with you long after your feet have stopped aching and your bank account has recovered from a visit to the "Happiest Place on Earth."
    My finger points.

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