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    Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    We all know Haunted mansion Holiday and Space mountain ghost galaxy have been completely rethemed for the holidays, Im wondering if anyone has noticed currently or in past years if any other attractions have had any minor halloween touches added ? maybe subtle like a hidden mickey type thing like a pumpkin someplace random?
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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Back when the fake seasonal produce was changed out regularly on Splash Mountain, there were always pumpkins around Halloween. If you don't know what I'm talking about, it's on your right before you reach Br'er Bear's cave.

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    they could use a lot more holiday theming in the park, but after the fireworks this year, they'd probably charge to enter each ride.

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    i think some themeing should be done to all the rides
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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyDreams714 View Post
    i think some themeing should be done to all the rides
    I was just imagining all the pirates in POTC singing Christmas carols.

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    I noticed the "woman" taking tickets for the Main Street Cinema was dressed as a Halloween witch, if that counts.
    Oo-de-lally!

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamsinger View Post
    I was just imagining all the pirates in POTC singing Christmas carols.
    Lol, "Silent Night" would be entertaining and ironic.
    Oo-de-lally!

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DARTH MAUL View Post
    they could use a lot more holiday theming in the park, but after the fireworks this year, they'd probably charge to enter each ride.
    this. funny, but scarily and improbably possible
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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by dfan07 View Post
    Back when the fake seasonal produce was changed out regularly on Splash Mountain, there were always pumpkins around Halloween. If you don't know what I'm talking about, it's on your right before you reach Br'er Bear's cave.
    So they did actually change the pumpkins? I thought I was just imagining that, lol. When I moved here a year ago, I didn't remember Splash having the pumpkins in it (until it was Halloween), but they didn't take them out, so I thought it was just my memory, haha

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by AliKzam View Post
    I noticed the "woman" taking tickets for the Main Street Cinema was dressed as a Halloween witch, if that counts.
    I noticed her outfit had changed and thought it was a nice touch!
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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by AliKzam View Post
    Lol, "Silent Night" would be entertaining and ironic.
    Siiiiillent niiight, (hic)
    Hooolyyy niiight (hic)
    All is calm, (Give'm a broadside, BOOM)
    All is bright, (Dead men tell no tales)

    That could be hysterical!

    Good King Wenceslas looked out, at our guns a blazing.
    Cannon balls flew round about, as we started pil-aging.
    Give us all your gold and rum, or we resume shooting.

    They could have so much fun with that if they played around with it.

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    There's so much Halloween decorations up now that the feel of the holiday spills onto everything within Disneyland. Same for the Christmas time. Too bad for Thanksgiving though, no special decorations for you!

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    Re: Halloween Touches in attractions ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamsinger View Post
    Siiiiillent niiight, (hic)
    Hooolyyy niiight (hic)
    All is calm, (Give'm a broadside, BOOM)
    All is bright, (Dead men tell no tales)

    That could be hysterical!

    Good King Wenceslas looked out, at our guns a blazing.
    Cannon balls flew round about, as we started pil-aging.
    Give us all your gold and rum, or we resume shooting.

    They could have so much fun with that if they played around with it.


    for some reason.. i can imagine a Eerie nightime Jungle cruise..
    of course the spookiness would be interrupted by the animals

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