View Poll Results: What is your favorite Fantasyland Dark Ride?

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  • Pinocchio

    7 5.69%
  • Snow White

    8 6.50%
  • Peter Pan

    65 52.85%
  • Mr. Toad

    38 30.89%
  • Alice In Wonderland

    30 24.39%
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  1. #16

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    Peter Pan, then Mr Toad. PP is the only line that I don't mind waiting in. Toad is cool...

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    Mr. Toads owns this thread.

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    Alice for the richness, immersion and detail, although the ending with the cake is lame. Toad is the all time best design, but hackneyed execution in the F'land redo, they screwed up the train and effects big time. Less is more. That leaves the third one Peter Pan, easily the most magical in that you fly over London, but the AAs are so lame that I have to give it a lesser grade. The curse of being a jaded grown up.
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    My choice is not on your list......

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    Peter Pan Rocks!!
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    I guess technically Alice is a dark ride but I think it more along the lines of HM. PP is my favorite because of the flying aspect. It truly does feel the closest to actually being a part of the movie. The London scene is really cool. The last time I was on there my (younger) brother had to pull me back in the boat because I wanted to see how they made the "car lights".
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    Although Peter Pan is great, I have to say Alice. I've always had a fondness for the movie and the ride.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Malibu Minion
    Peter Pan
    Alice
    Mr.Toad
    Snow White
    Pinocchio

    Ditto
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ortizmo2000
    My choice is not on your list......

    ATIS.

    That's a Yesterland dark ride, not a Fantasyland dark ride ...
    "She's taking everything. She's taking the house, she's taking the kid, she's taking the dog. IT'S NOT EVEN HER DOG. IT'S MY DOG! SHE'S TAKING . . . MY DOG!"
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    Mr. Toad for sure, then Peter Pan at a close second.

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    Hmmm...hard to decide, but I'll have to say Alice. Great outside facade, lots of show scenes and rooms, 2 stories, plus the extra rooms at the end of the the leaf journey. The sound system and music choices are quite good as well.

    Plus you get to experience the heat of "Mr. Toad's hell" in the marching cards room! (since it's right above it)
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    Anything that has cars, a total disregard for authority, and hell has my vote :devil:
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    I love PP, and agree it's only fault is it is way too short. If Disney were smart and money weren't an issue, they'd gut the building it's in, make the building 5 stories deep underground, and then make 2 copies of the ride that use all 5 floors to tell the story... It's easily one of the best rides ever.

    Alice is great too, I love popping back outside... it's just so awesome... it could stand to be a little longer too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giant Panda
    That's a Yesterland dark ride, not a Fantasyland dark ride ...
    ooops!
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    I love Peter Pan, except for the ONE part when you dip so sharply right before you see Hook almost get eaten by the Crocodile. I make a choking sound every time. Am I the only one?

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