View Poll Results: Which "Land" from Disneyland would you remove and why?

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  • Main Street, U.S.A.

    1 0.75%
  • Adventureland

    0 0%
  • New Orleans Square

    1 0.75%
  • Critter Country

    22 16.54%
  • Frontierland

    5 3.76%
  • Fantasyland

    1 0.75%
  • Tomorrowland

    0 0%
  • ToonTown

    55 41.35%
  • None - ARE YOU CRAZY?!

    48 36.09%
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    Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    Out of all the Lands in Disneyland, which one would you remove and why?

    For me it's easy...I'd get rid of ToonTown and expand Fantasyland out there. Maybe put in a dark ride for "Beauty And The Beast" or a "Cinderella" pumpkin coach type ride.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    Critter Country. Other than Splash Mountain it seems pretty useless to me.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    None in Disneyland. I'd take out A Bugs Land in DCA though..
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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    I'd remove DOSH-land. The elimination of officious government regulatory agencies such as this would free-up the hands of the theme park industry to create innovative new rides...plus save taxpayer dollars to boot.
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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    None!
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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    I go with Toon Town. It is like an afterthought of a land, something that was just put together hurriedly and stuffed in the back so that people wouldn't see how messed up it is. I was there only once a bit after it opened and that's it, although as far as I'm concerned it doesn't exist.


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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    I said ToonTown, cuz it's rather pointless for adults. I would also say Critter Country, but I wouldn't remove the *land*, but just change the name back to Bear Country and bring back the Country Bear Jamboree...plus add a few more attractions back there.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    toontowm, because there's nothing worth seeing up there. The only decent ride is cartoon spin, but I rarely go on it, because there's nothing else of interest in toon town. I think it's basically a toddeler play area and it could still be that, but have stuff adults would like as well.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    DCA-Land

    To quote the late John Hench, "I liked it better as a parking lot"
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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    Quote Originally Posted by Circarama View Post
    DCA-Land

    To quote the late John Hench, "I liked it better as a parking lot"
    With all the problems Disney is facing with this Eisner/Pressler debacle,
    It would have been less expensive if this entire creation had never been.
    Then a "more better" plan, one that would expand our imagination, could
    be created, rather than the something they created, which is far too common.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    Toontown. Geographically it is not needed, it opens late and closes early anyways. There is not much to do there. Anyone that says it is a place for kids, well exhibit (A) = FANTASYLAND!! Much superior anyways. Gadget's GoCoaster is too short, and too long of wait for it, and Roger Rabbit has a bit of a darker theme for the little ones. You already can meet Mickey and the rest of the Fab 5 elsewhere in the park, going to their 'houses' really isn't necessary. The area really could be used for an expansion of Fantasyland.
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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    I would close Toon Town. I remember the good old days when it was a beautifully wooded area behind and to the left of Small World. Of course it would have been developed a later on anyway. Now, except for Thunder Mountain Trail, Critter Country, and the jungle cruise there arent't all that many wooded and shady areas in the park.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    World of Pooh. I mean, Critter Country.

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    Id take out Pixarland and put back in Tomorrowland

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    Re: Which "Land" Would You Remove If Given The Chance?

    Quote Originally Posted by Circarama View Post
    DCA-Land

    To quote the late John Hench, "I liked it better as a parking lot"
    Pathetic. You can park your car in Mickey and Friends. I'd rather be riding the rides and enjoying some change of scenery.

    I voted for Toontown because it doesn't have much to offer, except for really small kids (Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin is okay, but hardly worth the typical hour wait). The houses are kinda neat, but I hate rarely seeing Mickey around the park because he is always in the back posing for pictures. Overall, a waste of space. I gotta say though, the way Toontown is decorated for Christmas is very creative and fun.

    My second choice is Critter Country, with the exception of Splash Mountain, which is fun. I also like the outdoorsy theme. If the Country Bears were back, and there was a way to add an attraction or two and also not make the land strictly dead-end, it would be great.

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