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    Attraction Tributes to the past

    okay so I know this & I was curious if there we're anymore...

    Inside the movie room inside indiana jones after you walk in, way up by the projector there's a Parking lot sign remembering the old lot which used to be there.

    Inside Pooh there are the country bear heads

    & Inside Buzz Lightyear Astro Blaster's there's the circle vision paintings above you after you go in the last zurg / buzz fight scene...

    anybody know any others? (besides the old autopia cars on autopia..those dont count) Hidden things*

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    In "Star Tours", there's supposedly a microscope from "Journey through Inner Space" as your ride comes to an end, which appears to be in storage, in the film.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    In the "Honey I Shrunk the Kids" theater, there's a boring 3-D movie, as a tribute to Captain EO, the former attraction in that theater.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogberto View Post
    In the "Honey I Shrunk the Kids" theater, there's a boring 3-D movie, as a tribute to Captain EO, the former attraction in that theater.
    Yes it does need a change


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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogberto View Post
    In the "Honey I Shrunk the Kids" theater, there's a boring 3-D movie, as a tribute to Captain EO, the former attraction in that theater.
    Sigh..I agree..

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    In "Innoventions", Mr. "Tom Morrow" sings "there's a great big beautiful tomorrow", which was a song from the Carousel of Progress that formerly occupied that space.

    Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and the path and surrounding areas, is filled with tracks and other items from the former "Mine Train through Nature's Wonderland" attraction also.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogberto View Post
    In "Star Tours", there's supposedly a microscope from "Journey through Inner Space" as your ride comes to an end, which appears to be in storage, in the film.
    Actually you see the "Mighty Microscope" from Adventures Thru Inner Space towards the beginning of the Star Tours "flight," just before you exit the "building/warehouse-thingy" and go out into space.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    In Tarxan's treehouse, you can hear the Swisspolka (from Swiss Family Robinson) playing in the interactive area of the attraction.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    When you go around TSI on either the mark twain, the columbia or the canoes, you can see one of the old keelboats.
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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Quote Originally Posted by Saddlesore Swanson View Post
    Actually you see the "Mighty Microscope" from Adventures Thru Inner Space towards the beginning of the Star Tours "flight," just before you exit the "building/warehouse-thingy" and go out into space.
    Here's a picture of it.
    http://themightymicroscope.com/galle...startour02.jpg

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    ...Which is why I said "supposedly'! No wonder I never saw it - but thanks for setting the record straight!

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    There is a tribute to John Hench in the indoor queue of Space Mountain.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Quote Originally Posted by mulishaCM View Post
    & Inside Buzz Lightyear Astro Blaster's there's the circle vision paintings above you after you go in the last zurg / buzz fight scene...
    I never knew that! I'll have to check that out.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Sign reading Fowler's (something - anybody?) in Splash Mountain - tribute to Joe Fowler, Disneyland construction supervisor.
    Then, of course, there are the many window tributes throughout the park.

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    Re: Attraction Tributes to the past

    Quick! Somebody find me a tribute inside California Adventure, to the old parking lot.


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