View Poll Results: What classic Disney animated film would make the best new darkride for Fantasyland?

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  • Sleaping Beauty

    19 13.67%
  • Cinderella

    8 5.76%
  • Fantasia

    17 12.23%
  • 101 Dalmations

    10 7.19%
  • Beauty and the Beast

    33 23.74%
  • The Little Mermaid

    39 28.06%
  • Mickey & Friends

    3 2.16%
  • Other: Explain your choice

    10 7.19%
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    What would be the best choice for a new Fantasyland darkride?

    If space should become available, what classic Disney film(s) should be used as the basis for a new Fantasyland attraction?
    Last edited by BigThunder; 04-26-2005 at 11:19 AM.
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    I would love to see a ride that combines the darkride technology of Spiderman in the Universal Studios, Florida with the amazing aerial photography and ride mechanism of Soaring-

    to create an amazing Mary Poppins dark ride experiance where you breeze along on an an umbrella or a kite...This would eat up a lot of land though- possibly an entire underground ride building below or around the Casey Jr and Storyboat Cruise.







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    A Little Mermaid attraction with an Under the Sea theme would be great!

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    I can't think of a good scenario for the dark ride at all, but I chose Beauty and the Beast just because I love it so much.

    But I think JoeCool is right: The Little Mermaid would be really colorful and fun.

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    I voted Little Mermaid, but I can see how 101 Dalmatians could have a lot of potential.

    ONLY if it was the cartoon though.

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    Tie between:

    Little Mermaid
    Sleeping Beauty
    Other: Sleepy Hollow Dark ride that was originally proposed for WDW. Scare the hell out of everyone but it would be awsome. If people thought Alien Encounter was scary this is down right horrifying.

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    Little Mermaid! <3

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    Sleeping Beauty would be cool... especially since they closed the walk-through attraction in the castle (and took out the dioramas, apparently... isn't there a little placard that says the scene in the Emporium window is from the original walk-through in the castle?).
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    Cinderella would be cool. Keep with the classic Disney theme in the area and make for one hell of a merch bonanza! (Cause you know how much they like those!)

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    I would say Beauty and the Beast, just because it is so easily identifible with today's kids and also, minus a show at MGM, it's never been tried. The Little Mermaid would be cool too, but there is an entire land devoted to that film at TDS. I think they should try something new...Beauty and the Beast: Enchantment of the Rose, or something similar.
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    My 4 yo LOVES Beauty and the Beast. I have the movie memorized and still find it enjoyable every time. I think they could be very creative with it.
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    Little Mermaid would be good, but I think the scenery from Beauty and the Beast would translate better into a dark ride (simulating floating objects with wires?) ...... and the music from BATB is a little better, IMHO .......
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    check this thread out:
    http://micechat.com/showthread.php?t=1470

    it had some of my ideas for anywhere from 2 to 4 new darkrides in FL, AND the space for them. What do you all think?
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    Sleeping Beauty all the way! Imagine the fun someone could have making the lgihtning effects for the three good faeries magic or the backdrop of the forbidden mountains XD!

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