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    Stitch's Great Escape, Dinosaur, Test Track, At Disneyland (Tommorowland Exp[ansion)

    I would love to see stitch's great escape at disneyland by expanding tommorowland just a little bit, but enough to fit the ride in or maybe Dinosaur, Ive never road Either so it would be great to have down here! Also I would be most excited to See Test Track Down Here Now That Would Be Great!
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    ORDDU: Unfortunately, llama5492 duckling, most guests who have experienced Stitch's Great Escape don't like it very much. It comes across as a waste of money and space. There aren't enough elements to it that bring people back for a repeat visit to it. The attraction has received so many complaints, thus far, that Imagineers were compelled to go back and 'tweak' it. But even THAT hasn't managed make the attraction any more appealing. The whole project comes across as a rushed job for the simple purpose of cashing in on the popularity of Stitch, the character. So, it would seem most odd if Disneyland actually went ahead had created their own version of this failure.
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    Stitch's ride in WDW is unpopular, and they FLOODED the entire resort with Stitch. The day it opened, Cinderella Castle was "trashed" and he was on the monoral spiel, etc. Not all of this is gone--Stitch took over some of WDW.

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    Test track would be great. I am not sure how the dinosaur ride would factor into the tomorrowland theme though, so maybe something similar to dinosaur but instead of going into the past you go into the future. Not so keen on the stitch ride though, have heard it it not too popular.

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    No Stitch!!!! I been on it and I do not like it much....

    also TT was built.. remember Rocket rods....

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    The oversaturation of attraction clones is daunting. Let's get the Imagineers in there to think up a brand new E-Ticket.

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    Stitch would fit into the HISTA building quite nicely, after some modifications. Dinosaur would be a great Tomorrowland addition too. They could place the attraction building by the current prehistoric diarama, and have the train travel thru it as well.

    Test Track would be super! There is currently no room at the resort for it unless Disney expands Tomorrowland or DCA. On the other hand,perhaps a TT building could be built on the former Motor Boat property. Then the external track could be positioned above the autopia, and over part of the lagoon as well.
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    Dinosour wouldn't work... two EMVs in the park would be too much... esp ones that use the exact same track route..

    I say Original things....

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    I do not see how the heck Dinosaur fits Tomorrowland at all...it's crazy to think it would!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MotorBoatCruise2005
    I do not see how the heck Dinosaur fits Tomorrowland at all...it's crazy to think it would!
    Then, let's place it in Critter Country, and have a T-Rex eat Pooh! That ride reaks anyway. :devil:

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    Dinosaur is most definetly out of theme with Tomorrowland, but heck, in Critter Country, stretch the theme a bit and it'll fit...then we can destroy Pooh...hehe.

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    just make it Pooh's Last Request. Sponsered by red bull.... hehe

    anyway.. Dino does not beling at DL.. but change it around and it works at DCA.... new theme.. plot and everything.. boom... you have a time travel to the gold rush....

    and but instead get to the earthquake...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MotorBoatCruise2005
    Dinosaur is most definetly out of theme with Tomorrowland, but heck, in Critter Country, stretch the theme a bit and it'll fit...then we can destroy Pooh...hehe.
    Song: "Winnie the Pooh's Last Days"

    Deep in the hundred acre wood
    Where a hungry T-Rex slays
    You will find the blood-curdling neighbourhood
    Of Winnie the Pooh's last days
    A dead donkey named Eeyore was his friend
    Kanga and little Roo were ate too
    Rabbit and Piglet had their heads bit off
    And there's nothing quite like Owl stew.
    But most of all Winnie the Pooh

    Winnie the Pooh
    Winnie the Pooh
    Tubby little cubby all stuffed inside a carniverour.
    He was Winnie the Pooh
    Winnie the Pooh
    Willy nilly silly dead bear
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    Quote Originally Posted by figment1986
    just make it Pooh's Last Request. Sponsered by red bull.... hehe

    anyway.. Dino does not beling at DL.. but change it around and it works at DCA.... new theme.. plot and everything.. boom... you have a time travel to the gold rush....

    and but instead get to the earthquake...
    Pooh's Last Request is a perfect name for the attraction. I'm getting in line for a FastPass right now!
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