I had the pleasure of seeing GE's Carousel of Progress at the New York Worlds' Fair in '64 along with Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln, It's a Small World, and the Ford Pavillion that featured the primeval world. The Disney touch certainly made the fair memorable and it was wonderful to see many of the attractions make their way to DL.
Although I thought "America Sings" was a solid replacement for the GE show, I think the original was very entertaining and educational while providing a link between past and future which was a good addition to TL. AS never seemed like it belonged in TL even though it was a very good show. Innoventions on paper must've sounded like a great idea, but the times I've visited it produced nothing but yawns or shrugs from the tiny audience it attracted.
Anyone have fond memories of the GE Show? I thought it could've been slightly revised with some decades overlapping others and the last scene kept current with the very latest like flat screen tv, home theater and state of the art refrigeration. In its original version it still would've been relevant to the theme of TL.