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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Some one will get hurt if they ever touch any of the Fantasyland Dark rides, I wont stand for it.

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1disneynut2another View Post
    Some one will get hurt if they ever touch any of the Fantasyland Dark rides, I wont stand for it.
    You aren't planning to do what you threatened to do to the Elizabeth Swann AA, are you? 'Cause that's unseemly...and against the Natural Order...and maybe painful...
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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1disneynut2another View Post
    Some one will get hurt if they ever touch any of the Fantasyland Dark rides, I wont stand for it.
    They already did when they made new Fantasyland! Revolt!

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post
    You aren't planning to do what you threatened to do to the Elizabeth Swann AA, are you? 'Cause that's unnatural...and against the Natural Order...and maybe painful...
    I would like me a piece of Alice

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by HBG2 View Post
    Not gone gone, just retired gone.
    He's in his 80's, I believe. However, Pierre (Ernie Newton) I think is long gone gone, and Thurl Ravenscroft (Fritz) is gone gone; and we just lost Fulton Burley.
    We don't have the quality talent today that we did back then to replace them or rerecord a new show.
    It's also in the contract with Dole that the show can't be changed.

    BTW, what does a singing flower smell like?
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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1disneynut2another View Post
    I would like me a piece of Alice
    Isn't she twelve? Stick with the AA's--you would hate prison.

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    classics should have a place in DL forever!!!
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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    I can see a Rataouille(sp?) ride being incorporated into the Peter Pan building some day. Or Maybe turning it into The Little Mermaid.

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    they should do a Rataouille ride thing out here in the WDW at Epcot.
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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post
    You aren't planning to do what you threatened to do to the Elizabeth Swann AA, are you? 'Cause that's unseemly...and against the Natural Order...and maybe painful...
    The chafing and electrocution... My god!

    Anyway, back on topic. I have always enjoyed the Tiki Room. I used to think they were real birds and I used to get upset when we woke up Jose because I knew how much I hated being woken up. I agree that perhaps the "sleeping" aspect needs to be played up a little more. I love the new animatronic technology they used in it, though. The drumming tikis actually move now. The Tiki Room still seems to be a draw to me, if nothing else than because it's a respite from the heat on a busy day. Plus if the Tiki Room goes, where will I get my Dole Whip?!
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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by fo'c's'le swab View Post
    Isn't she twelve? Stick with the AA's--you would hate prison.
    She was 12 50 years ago, shes a milf now

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1disneynut2another View Post
    She was 12 50 years ago, shes a milf now
    Probably a gmilf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wren View Post
    Probably a gmilf
    Thats cool, more experience.

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    The Tiki room seems to be playing to full audiences every time I go so I don't think it's in danger anymore.

    Its also the only attraction I know of that you can eat in!

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    Re: How much longer can "classics" survive?

    Quote Originally Posted by HBG2 View Post

    Now, let's bring back Uti.



    Facilities promised that the entire structure would be restored and re-installed in due time but as the days went on it became clear that this was a pie-crust promise, easily made and easily broken. A series of cheap patio style umbrellas were installed over the entrance while Uti sat grounded in the makeshift boneyard behind Pirates of the Caribbean, still bolted onto her canoe. Eventually a cast member pried her loose and took her home while the hand-crafted outrigger was reportedly thrown away. Being one of a kind, there was no mold to reproduce it

    SOURCE:Re-Imagineering "The Sad Slow Sinking of Uti"

    I'd love to see Uti returned to her rightful place as well. ANOTHER sad story of what was and how Disney lost it.
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