View Poll Results: Which "Tomorrowland '67" attraction made the largest impression on you?

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  • GE: Carousel of Progress

    31 24.22%
  • Monsanto: Adventure Through Inner Space

    38 29.69%
  • McDonnell Douglas: Flight to the Moon

    3 2.34%
  • Bell: America The Beautiful

    5 3.91%
  • Goodyear: Peoplemover

    43 33.59%
  • Rocket Jets

    8 6.25%
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    Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    For those of you who are old enough to have enjoyed the "1967" Tomorrowland attractions ... Tell us which one made the largest impression on you, and why. And please don't forget to make your choice on the poll, as well.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    ATIS scared the crap out of me as a kid. I was terrified that it would shink us and we'd never get back to our real size. I have some vivid memories of that bit. Vague as to the rest of the ride though.

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    As a boy in 1969, I didn't get the PM, and since CoP (and Lincoln) weren't rides, I had no idea why we were there at all. Mission to Mars was cool. Can't recall if I ever rode Rocketship Dumbo when it was up on high. ATIS had a big impact on my first adult age visit in 1982; a mind-altering impact. I was quite receptive to the idea of miniaturization on that day.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    Wow! How do you choose from that list? They were all great, for their own reasons, and made for a great, lively Tomorrowland. Especially after Space went in.

    If I can't call for a multi-way tie, I guess I'd have to lean toward ATIS.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    All of them contributed to the great fun and atmosphere of Tomorrowland 67. But my favorite is the GE Carousel of Progress.

    1967 was a fun year to go to DL.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    All of the rides were great, but I'd give the original Carousel of Progress my vote. It was one of the few rides with a real post show, up onto the stage, and into the future! Plus, the song is awesome.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    I love me some peoplemover....
    Many of my teenage "firsts" were on that ride. Ah memories...

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    I just loved the Peoplemover! I was so happy when I got to ride in WDW!

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    well since I never experienced ATIS (was born 1987) And just having experienced COP at Florida I definitely voted COP. I loved it
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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    I voted for the Rocket Jets because that's the thing that caught my eye the most as a little fellow, but the Peoplemover was an equal part of the Tommorrowland experience for me.

    Do I really need to add: Bring back the Peoplemover blah blah Rocket Jets blah blah....?

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    It was a tough choice but I had to vote for ATIS because I have the most vivid memories of that one.
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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    I think the ride in Tomorrowland that I remember the most from my earlier childhood at Disneyland is the Peoplemover, but I'm vaguely haunted by a room with a circular screen that wrapped around the room - I think I must have been under 10 years old, so I'm not sure which attraction this was.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    I saw some YouTube of the peoplemover in Disneyland, it looked fun but it was the 1990's version I think. I would have loved to see a video of the 1967 version.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    I'm not sure why the Peoplemover appeals to me so much, but I really miss it. It was just something I loved as a kid, and who knows what I was thinking back then. ATIS is a close second. I probably like CoP more than Peoplemover, but my experience of CoP has been at WDW only, so I didn't count it.

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    Re: Which of the following "TL:67" attractions made the biggest impression on you?

    Was there a difference between the '67 , '80 and '90 PM except for color and show scenes.

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