I voted Adventure through Innerspace. I always wish there was a theme park created with all the attractions that were removed. You know, like GoodOldDaysland or something.
You know, that's part of the reason I started this poll. TO INFLUENCE DISNEY AND BEND THEM TO MY WILL!!!
No, uh, seriously I also wondered how old attractions would play to modern audiences. You know, if they would get it. My Vote was for ATIS, but honestly when that ride closed the traffric into that ride looked like Winnie the Pooh on a GOOD day. (yes that was another dig on pooh) Would ATIS really do as well today? I don't think it would. But I still miss it. I think it was one of the more experimental, heady attractions ever conceived. Guess I'll have to get that DVD at atomobiles.com. I hear it's great.
Oh, wow...I can't vote on any single one, there are so many listed there that I miss!
* The Peoplemover - I enjoyed the slow-paced relaxation of the ride, short wait time (the most I think I saw it at was 3 minutes. Might be longer, but yeah. ^^), plus I listen to the cheesy 60s'ish elevator music of it now, and it somewhat amuses me.
* Mike Fink Keel Boats - I personally found these fun and relaxing...unfortunately, I only got to ride them twice, both times close to the date they were taken out.
* Tahitian Terrace - I never got the pleasure of eating here, but boy, did those jungle drums from the show add to the theming of the Jungle Cruise. Plus the pictures i've seen of the show stage area impressed me. ^^
* Captain EO - Okay...this one's REALLY not likely to happen, and I don't need to say why. But frankly, I enjoyed this far more than HIST. I still have a plush of that butterfly/possum guy around my room somewhere, too. With the right amount of digital retooling and a little bit of added special theater effects (it didn't really need that much more), this show could've been redone quite nicely.
One that wasn't listed:
* America Sings - I actually enjoyed this show even more than Country Bear Jamboree...well, anyway, from what I can vaguely remember of it...the music was great, and I remember the rotating stage was quite an awesome site to behold. Wish I could say the same for the theater's current attraction occupance... <_> *hides before she's flogged!*
I totally agree with you...and I used to have a plush of fuzzball too...
"HOOTER HAD IT!!!"...I still listen to the soundtrack from that every day.