On POTC the guy playing the banjo in the beginning of the ride, is also the same pirate that is depicted in the jail scene holding the bone to try and entice the dog to give them the keys..it is Lafette...the pirate the ride is based on!!!
On several attractions, Haunted, POTC, Indy etal, you leave the park and go into an attraction room.
yep thats right
in potc the first waterfalls go right under the train tracks and into the main show building
in haunted mansion when you walk through the portrait corridor you are walking under the train tracks to the show building
also the haunted mansion building itself was completed in 1963 but the ride did not open until 1969 six years after. this is mainly because Walt was working on many worlds fair attraction including small world and great moments with mr lincolin.another worlds fair ride was ford motors magic skyway.that ride inspired the doom buggies you see now on the attraction,before it was going to be a walk through haunted mansion
another reason for the delay is walts death.he died in 1966 of lung cancer
and the imagineers were without a leader to have final say on the ride.
eventually in 1969 the ride opened and became the ride we know today.
All I remember is that they're behind you, so you have to turn around at a particular scene (I wanna say the dream scene, but I don't remember for sure). They are also above a door so they're kind of higher up.
There was a time capsule buried on July 17, 1995 (Disneyland's 40th birthday) in front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle. It is to be opened on July 17th, 2035 so we still have a while before we can see the Indy merchandise and park memorabilia of the 40th.
Or you can just go on eBay and get it all now...eBay was not a consideration in July 1995 so they probably figured people wouldn't see 1995 stuff for 40 years.
The cement foundation by Ariel's Grotto in Disneyland, is the same foundation that was for the House of Tommorrow.Mostly plants around it.
Also the house had to be removed piece by piece.The reason why was the wrecking ball literally bounced off it when they went to tear it down.
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