no way. toontoon needs some a little updating it would be fine afterwards. i like toontown. its fun to explore there
I've never been especially impressed with ToonTown. I would love a Fantasyland expansion, though.
As for a "Star Wars Land," hey, if Disney wants to spend a few billion on building a Star Wars/Lucasfilm park, go for it. Maybe put it somewhere in the Inland Empire or San Diego County, or maybe even build it further north, near Modesto or the Bay Area. But not in Anaheim.
I would be fine if Fantasyland expanded into Toontown only if they left Roger Rabbit, Mickey's House, and Gadgets go Coaster. My concern is that the fireworks will force the close down of this area of fantasyland each evening and than not reopening it like they do for the castle courtyard. I would have no problem if the removed chip and dale (including the old ball pit) to replace with a Brave-type of dark attraction or bow shooting and remove jolly trolley, and maybe do somthing more with the whole area.
But if you put it in some place that has no current park and related businesses, preferably sparser residential properties (and land is comparatively cheaper), it might work.
ORWEN: I just don't understand how any true fan of Disney could suggest getting rid of the one area of the park that celebrates the fact that it was all started with a mouse! Mickey & Minnie certainly deserve to be recognized in their own park, for goodness sakes! It's bad enough that they were evicted from their homes in Florida. Don't let the same thing happen in California where it all began for them. There's just too much hate on Toon Town these days. Yes, it could be improved but don't demolish it!
A) I don't know whitestrat from Adam so I can't consider him a friend but just a fellow Micechatter.
B) I have read the thread and considering the overwhelming consensus I will let results speak for themselves considering your topic.
C) You want to discuss Disney respectfully? How about starting with yourself. whitestrat's post in no way pointed a finger at you but you fired away anyway. Respect goes both ways.
Tear it down. Replace it with whatever. Such a waste of space. Didn't like it when I was 13 and it had just opened. Age hasn't improved it nor has my mindset about it evolved.
I was a bit too old (too old or "too cool" at that age which ever you prefer lol) for toontown when it opened.. around 1993/1994 right? Thats when my younger sister was born... She LOVED it. I was like 10 by time she got to go (she was 2) so I was a pre-pubecent nightmare I'm sure lol. But now I rather enjoy it... and back then when no one was looking I had a lot of fun taking my little sister through everything :) I think it just needs some cleaning up! A re-fresh of interactivity in the houses... and make that darn trolley work again! My sister and I had a blast riding on it before! There is SOO much in the parks that small kids CANT do, that those 2 lands connected that is basically all their size is a plus.
double post. sorry.