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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss the beef jerky at the ODV carts. It was soooooooo yummy!!!

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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss Walt.
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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss the Rainbow Caverns Mine Train, the One of a Kind Shoppe in NOS, the flower mart on Main Street, Fantasia ice cream, Big Thunder Ranch.

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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss the Parking Lot
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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss quality Disney movies. How about that?
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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I definately miss the old people mover!


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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss some of the food places and items: Sunkist I Presume, Fantasia ice cream and most of all, the Tahitian Terrace.

    I also miss the kinetic atmosphere of pre-1998 Tomorrowland (PeopleMover, Skyway and Rocket Jets soaring high in the air). I also LOVED the Preview of Coming Attractions display on Main Street; it was so special in the pre-AP days when a trip to DL was a once-a-year treat.

    What else? Maybe the Pack Mules Through Nature's Wonderland and the Mine Train. I don't know if I'd trade Big Thunder Mountain RR to bring back those, however. But a new major attraction or two in the area occupied by Big Thunder Ranch would be nice.
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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by ExJungleSkipper95
    The one parade I will not miss at all is that awful, unimaginative Parade of the Stars. That was the worst parade ever! Totally lacking in imagination, creativity, originality and the music was so uninspired it was like they just pulled some songs from a generic muzak machine. It seriously made me long for Light Magic.

    I agree! The parade sent chills down my spine..and not in a good way.
    I thank the Lord every day that they took it away
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    To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Circarama
    I miss Walt.
    I do too. I wish I could meet him. I have no list of people to meet in this lifetime...except one...Walt. Totally serious. I'm not a star struck person, but Walt is someone that would be cool to sit down and chat with. Imagine the story and how the hours would just pass.

    Bring back the people movers! Bring back the Swiss Fam. Tree!
    Bring back my old Pirates.
    Bring back all the cool things that were on Tom Sawyer Island. Now it just sucks! -- good for naps though.
    I wish I could have rode the space ships (you know...like air hockey..but space ships). Bring back America Sings. I actually really liked that ride.
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    To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
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    Oh, and bring back the Skyway
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    To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
    -Al Lutz



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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    Being in my teens, I decided to travel to back when I was two at Disneyland. I was watching and say that I rode the PeopleMover with my parents, and I've been telling everyone who asked if I rode that I didn't.

    Also, that Pochauntas (sp?) Show. That day, John Smith was ugly. But they don't have it anymore so, yeah (:

    Another one is the monorail. It's still here today but it's wonderful. Also, we passed submarines while it was still working! It was closed that day, but so what?

    Lastly, the Mulan Parade. It wasn't there when I was two but it was crazy. I love the float with the Hun Leader and the smoke at the base, representing when the Hun Leader was blasted off into the sky by Mushu.

    Ahhh the days (:

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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by MooglePower
    Honestly, there hasn't been a movie that's come out recently worthy of a parade. If you ask a random kid today if he/she has heard of "Home on the Range", I bet you'll get a blank stare more often than not.

    Disney first has to release a movie that would make an expensive parade worth the money.
    I would have loved an Emperor's New Groove Parade, And How About a Lilo & Stitch Parade you would have Aliens and Spacecrafts and also beautiful Hawaiian settings all in one parade! But no! Disney practically Disowned these movies before they even hit the theater ~ then those movies were successful, but DL had already ignored them.

    To be quite honest, even a Home on the Range parade would have even been a lot of fun ~ or better yet they should have staged a Home on the Range show in Festival Arena, similar to Festival of fools, A hoe down right next to the farm. That would have added a lot more of the Frontierland spirit than a smelly petting zoo.I bet people would have had a lot of fun with the great songs from that movie, and don't forget the yoedeling cowboy! And a bunch of hypnotised cows!

    Yep, each new set of Disney characters deserves a lot more at DL than
    just some cheap old meet and greet. That's the time to give those characters a full all-out party to welcome them to the Disney family.

    Disney characters not worthy of a parade? Bite your tongue!
    That shows about as much faith in a Disney animated features
    as eisner had at the end. Of course all Disney animated feature
    are worthy.

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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss Country Bear Jamboree!!
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    Re: You know what I really miss at Disneyland?

    I miss almost everything they have removed.
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