View Poll Results: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

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  • Main Street, U.S.A.

    3 4.17%
  • Tomorrowland

    8 11.11%
  • Fantasyland

    8 11.11%
  • Mickey's ToonTown

    7 9.72%
  • Frontierland/Pirate's Lair At Tom Sawyer's Island

    37 51.39%
  • New Orleans Square

    0 0%
  • Adventureland

    1 1.39%
  • Critter Country

    4 5.56%
  • Other - Create A Totally Brand New Land!

    4 5.56%
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  1. #16

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I voted for Fantasyland, but then realized that it's just fine. And decided that ToonTown is definitely in need of one. I only go there for Roger Rabbit... Then leave. They should at least get those houses to be more interesting if not a ride. But a ride would be cool.

    But my idea for a new Fantasyland ride would be for Mary Poppins. Just a thought.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    mary poppins needs a ride most definitly

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    ok, frontierland it is.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    FRONTIERLAND ALL THE WAY BABY!!! YEAH!!! YOU KNOW IT!

    Or we could have a Main Street USA ride...An omnimover ride inside of this small town's general store... and you have a run in with the townfolk and Miss Molly Jefferson! Who, rumor has it, is spending a little too much time baking peach cobbler pies and taking them to Mr. Kingstons house at the edge of Main Street.


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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I am a huge fan of redoing Fronteirland. In fact, I wrote a long proposal to redo it in another thread, including a new E-ticket. (Western RIver Expedition!!!!!!)

    I do have to say, Toontown, in order to even begin to become a real land, definitely needs to have something big that draws people into the land.

    As much work as Frontierland needs, TOONTOWN needs an E-ticket more.

    Now, if you asked me which lands needs the most (quantity wise) additions.....well.....
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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    People at least go TO Toontown...


    People right now just walk THOUGH Frontierland
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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I voted Frontierland because its the only land without a dark ride... It needs a new attraction and an E ticket sounds fine to me.
    Frontierland has BTMRR but thats not a dark ride.
    Its got the River boats but...
    and then there is PLOTSI which is an abomintaion of themeing that really pisses me off.

    It neads an E-ticket.
    Maybe a davey crocket ride???

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Toontown should get a new E ticket. More Ride please. Maybe a Jessica Rabbit ride.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Junthor View Post
    People at least go TO Toontown...


    People right now just walk THOUGH Frontierland
    Most people I know make Big Thunder a must do. They don't have any must-dos in Toontown.
    "If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary-wise; what it is it wouldn't be, and what it wouldn't be, it would. You see? " - Alice

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    what the heck is with the people voting Main St?!?!?

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Pirateland!...er i mean Frontierland

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnn in Wndrlnd View Post
    Most people I know make Big Thunder a must do. They don't have any must-dos in Toontown.
    whoopsie....


    I mean with the exception of Big Thunder.
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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I would like to see a ride either worked onto TSI/PL somehow or in the Festival of Fools/Big Thunder BBq area. Call it a new land if you want.. I dont care -- it would just be damn cool to get some more action in those areas.
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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHost2 View Post
    This could be fitted in by using parts or all of Big Thunder Ranch and/or the old Skyway Station area.

    Why does everyone keep thinking that the old skyway station area has room for anything?

    The old station uses very little land. It is built over an access road that cuts through the area. On the west side of the loading station you have the old thunder ranch bar-b-que area on the south side you have a mound of dirt which has the staircases to the loading station. This mound of dirt is used to allow an access road tunnel to be built so that work trucks can get in an out of the park through frontierland backkpass. east of the loading station you have casey junior train and north you have backstage area and north east you have the Fantasyland theater. The loading station up on the hill has very little room for anything




    i think the smartest thing to do would be to do a bit of re-arranging backstage. First is relocate circle d ranch from its present location. (There is room) then alter the access road west of toontown (it is right behind the chip and dale acorn crawl) they could turn it into an underground tunnel or just add double acces gates similiar to the ones used in frontierland near the fantasyland/frontierland borders.

    When that is done i would tear down the chip and dale acorn crawl and open that as a pathway that would connect it to a new land that would be built using the large plot of land behind thunder mountain.

    If connecting toontown on that side is not an option then a connection can be added between the fantasyland theater and new land.


    This would not only add more pedestrain walkways to the park but would elminate theconstant need to open up the backstage area to the public when the park is up to capacity (that section of backstage is ugly).

    It would eliminate the dead end over by toontown and fantasyland theater and allow guests to escape the aweful crowded mess in that area when parades and other IASW activities are taking place. People would now be able to get to the west side of the park without having to go through the heavily traffic area in fantasyland.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Frontierland or ToonTown

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