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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    1. bring the whole EPCOT to DL lol
    2. rock n roll coaster
    3. Tower of Terror's random drops
    4. Lights, Motors, Action!
    5. Expedition Everest
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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    World showcase, I know there is no room, but this is a wish list

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Yes Peoplemover!!!
    I'll take their version of Pooh as well.
    I'd love the Great Movie Ride in the Hollywood backlot.
    The Lion King show as well.
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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    I have to also say the food! The food is so good in WDW!!

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Animal Kingdom. Love the restaurants! And when they run out of food, I could go hunting!
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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    I want their Tomorrowland, in terms of appearance only. The attractions are mostly crap (minus COP, Space Mountain, and Buzz, of course), but their TL is gorgeous at night and actually feels futuristic, whereas ours seems more like a futuristic shopping mall.

    As for attractions.... their version of Pooh (but retaining the location and outdoor area that ours has) and their version of Snow White (once again, retaining our cosmetics) would be nice.

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by stitchon View Post
    I want their Tomorrowland, in terms of appearance only. The attractions are mostly crap (minus COP, Space Mountain, and Buzz, of course), but their TL is gorgeous at night and actually feels futuristic, whereas ours seems more like a futuristic shopping mall.


    Really?? I think their TL is ugly as all hell. It just feels so cold and uninviting. Layout is also quite random.


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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coheteboy View Post
    Really?? I think their TL is ugly as all hell. It just feels so cold and uninviting. Layout is also quite random.
    Note though that you can close your eyes on their PM transit thing and pretend you're back in civilization at Disneyland.
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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Unrealistic:
    Animal Kingdom Safari
    Epcot

    Realistic:
    Test Track
    Rock'n'Rollercoaster
    People Mover
    More and better restaurants

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coheteboy View Post
    Really?? I think their TL is ugly as all hell. It just feels so cold and uninviting.
    Which is why I love it. The foreboding spires and towers and the riveted metal-covered facades make you feel like you're actually in a comic book-style future, which is what the imagineers were going for.

    If we had their look with our attractions, we'd have a winning Tomorrowland in my opinion.

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by kaykay07 View Post
    4. Lights, Motors, Action!
    I do love that show too. I keep thinking of a little change. Like instead of using Herbie. Maybe use someone from Cars.

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland View Post
    Yes Peoplemover!!!
    I'll take their version of Pooh as well.
    I'd love the Great Movie Ride in the Hollywood backlot.
    l.
    I love the Great Movie Ride. I love the Wizard of Oz part the most. Though the question is. Could they still do that? After bumping off MGM? Though, if they could do the Wizard of Oz part. I would like them to do it the original way. Back when they had the cyclone. I was way more funnier and awesome that way.

    I'm stubborn about the Pooh ride at WDW. I love it. But it broke my heart when it took Mr.Toad's Wild Ride away. I like to hold a bitterness, about that one. But it's alright. I just have to remember, I can still see him at Disneyland.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior View Post
    Animal Kingdom. Love the restaurants! And when they run out of food, I could go hunting!
    Haha! I would probably love to help you too. I would be like. Come on RW! Let's go get some antelope. We can eat that right? Everything else seems to do so.

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    I know that the flex-theatre isn't working out, but I would love to see PhilharMagic find its way to the resort somehow.

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    One thing yoyo reminded me I should have said: Columbia Harbor House. MMMMMMM.

    Also, I'd love to have their DTD replace ours.
    Good morning, son
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    Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Space.



    And not the mountain....

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    Re: If you can have something from WDW to come to Disneyland. What would it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland View Post
    Also, I'd love to have their DTD replace ours.
    See, I really hate their DTD because it's a concrete wasteland with 70's, 80's, and 90's era buildings mixed into the fold. Ours is lushly landscaped and evokes a much different (and IMO, better) feeling than WDW's.

    I would love to see Earl of Sandwich and the Ghirardelli shop come down to our DTD though, now THAT would be a good transplant.

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