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    Indy, Space Mt and Big Thunder.



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    You know, I'm just not a huge fan of Big Thunder. It's a great ride, a nice experience, but lacking. The theme and story seem more of an after thought than a pivotal part of the ride.

    I REALLY like Indy, I REALLY like Space Mountain, I REALLY like Splas, but the nodd for me goes to Tower of Terror (Disney Studios) as the best new ride since the death of Walt Disney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by testtrack321
    You know, I'm just not a huge fan of Big Thunder. It's a great ride, a nice experience, but lacking. The theme and story seem more of an after thought than a pivotal part of the ride.

    I REALLY like Indy, I REALLY like Space Mountain, I REALLY like Splas, but the nodd for me goes to Tower of Terror (Disney Studios) as the best new ride since the death of Walt Disney.
    And not M:S?! Ahhhhhh! I'm in shock!
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    Adventure thru inner space.
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    i'm gonna have to say Thunder.
    HM, Walt started working on but died before opening, indy, slpash, ToT, and Star Tours are all based off of something else and aren't completly original ideas. so on that note Space takes my number 2 spot.
    i have no idea

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    I have to say Journey Into Imagination and Splash Mountain. Haunted Mansion doesn't count and Space Mountain's plans also date back to Walt as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiceMan
    I would have to say .... well, I don't know if Haunted Mansion counts as he was there for part of the construction ... if that counts then Haunted Mansion, if that doesn't count then Indy ... thrilling yet incredibly themed!
    ditto!

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    Indy, Space and ToT tied for me.
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    Space Mt.. (concept dates to walt.. never finnished untill WDW)

    Indy...

    & Splash Mt.....

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    California Adventure brings me right back to the place I was trying to avoid in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfedUpDane
    You know that it is either Indy or the Rocket Rods, no clownin!
    The Rocket Rods were a lot of fun!

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    I'm with Indy95..

    Indy is the best ride ever... well at least IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cousin Orville
    What is the best attraction created since the death of Walt Disney in 1966?
    Pirates doesn't count as he walked it.
    I would have to say TOWER OF TOWER, SPLASH MOUNTAIN, and BIG THUNDER MOUNTAIN. I would have said PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, SPACE MOUNTAIN, or HAUNTED MANSION but I understand these were concepts Walt already knew about or was working on for his parks.
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    Re: Best ride since Walt died.

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    Re: Best ride since Walt died.

    I have to say too close of a tie to call between Indy and ToT. Splash Mountain comes in at a close second.

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