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    Extinct attractions club

    I'm on the site now looking through the store.

    Which DVD do you recommend. I only can get 1.

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    Submarine Voyage or the Skyway

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    Adventures through Inner Space is good too.

    Can you give a linky to it?? Thanks!

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    Thanks SO much!

    You know, if you can only get one...I'd say Skyway too.

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    Its so difficult to choose. I was thinking about Nature's Wonderland/BTMRR or Peoplemover/Rocket Rods.

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    I am ordering 3 also. It's $35 for 3. Not bad!

    I am getting Adventures Through Inner Space, Skyway and Carousel of Progress. More later!

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    What one should i get?

    Peoplemover/Rocket Rods OR Natures Wonderland/Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    Well if you're after things you can't see much of anymore, the nature's wonderland one more heavy on that. But if you're after nostalgia you can identify with the PM one? (I'm assuming you remember the PMs before they closed?)
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    DCA stands for Disney Construction Area. All the Cast Members are themed with hard hats and steel toed boots.

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    That is a tough call because BTMRR is still open. I'd probably go for the one that has the two that are closed now, but, that's just me. I went on all of those things, and saw all of those things...so...for me, it's more the nostalgia of the early days of my going to DL.

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    Re: Extinct attractions club

    But the Nature's Wonderland/BTMR also has Alice Davis go into detail about Western River Expedition (Marc Davis design that was never built)...

    I'd pick that one personally.

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    I have decided. I ordered Peoplemover/Rocket Rods about an hour ago. I'll be expecting it around March 10th.

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    I have decided. I ordered Peoplemover/Rocket Rods about an hour ago. I'll be expecting it around March 10th.

    You'll like that one Barfownz. I have that DVD and it's well done. The documentary, while fan made, is well done and professional. Alice Davis, Rolly Crump, X Atencio, and Bob Gurr all appear in the DVD. You also get a ride through of the PeopleMover as it was in '87 (even the Tron Superspeed Tunnel is there) plus TTA in WDW and Rocket Rods (including the queue). Trust me. You'll love it.

    I also have:

    Skyway (stars Bob Gurr and has a lot of ride thorughs)
    Monorail (very interesting)
    Haunted Mansion (we even get to see Rolly Crump and Alice Davis' homes)
    Phantom Manor (attraction looks amazing)
    Pirates (a must see for Pirates fans)
    Tokyo Disneyland (interesting to me since I want to visit Japan, even includes a 20 Anniv. video and an old koushiki guide video from 1990-ish)

    I hear Adventure Thru Innerspace and the Submarine Voyage are really good DVDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koutesu View Post
    You'll like that one Barfownz. I have that DVD and it's well done. The documentary, while fan made, is well done and professional. Alice Davis, Rolly Crump, X Atencio, and Bob Gurr all appear in the DVD. You also get a ride through of the PeopleMover as it was in '87 (even the Tron Superspeed Tunnel is there) plus TTA in WDW and Rocket Rods (including the queue). Trust me. You'll love it.



    I hear Adventure Thru Innerspace and the Submarine Voyage are really good DVDs.
    YESSS! TTA Is in there too?! It didn't mention it in the description.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barfownz View Post
    YESSS! TTA Is in there too?! It didn't mention it in the description.

    There's some pretty good bonus materials in the DVD set (like a closeup look at a People Mover car that was purchased after teh Rocket Rods closed).

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