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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    Quote Originally Posted by hollywood1939 View Post
    Tahitian Terrance and PM but they are already coming back sooo.....
    Regarding the Terrace, what's the source of this information?

    This would be welcome news. But the last time I took a peek inside the old Pavillion/Terrace kitchen complex, about a month ago, virtually all of the ovens and kitchen equipment had been completely taken out.

    Maybe I missed something here. I'd love to see both the Pavillion and Terrace return.

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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    If you want to get technical the people mover actually existed at Disneyland prior to it being put into Magic Kingdom. So they would not be installing anything, just re-opening a ride that already existed. To be honest I always liked the Disneyland version of it better than the MK one anyway.
    Very true. Keep in mind that I was originally pointing out that it's bad logic to automatically decide that what exists in one park should exist in the others. Nothing more than that.

    do you think that having Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, DLP, TDL and HKDL having completely different rides and themes at every park would be a good thing?
    Nope. It's good that they have commonalities, allowing many of the favorites to be accessible to people worldwide, while still keeping some rides unique to certain locations. Again, I was just nitpicking about the way you said it--silly of me, actually, in retrospect. I imagine you were just trying to say that since the TTA isn't empty over at WDW, the return of the Peoplemover probably wouldn't be all that unpopular. And you're probably right.


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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    Fantasia ice cream!

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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    america sings, skyway and the peoplemover

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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    Here's what's close to my heart- and 'gone for good'.

    Shows/Entertainment:

    Corps Style/Musical Entertainment (Magic Kingdom Corps/Blast!)
    Festival of Fools
    Lion King Parade
    (sorry) One last showing of Light Magic.
    Rod Miller

    Attractions:

    Frontierland- Keel Boats
    Adventureland- N/A
    Critter Country- Country Bear Vacation Hoedown (wouldn't mind this moved to Griz Area in DCA)
    Tomorrowland- Peoplemover, Rocket Jets, Skyway
    Toontown- Jolly Trolly (bleh but not if people's safety may be in jepordy)
    Fantasyland- Skyway
    New Orleans- N/A

    Restaurants:

    Plaza Pavallion, Big Thunder BBQ.

    Shops:

    Villans Shop, Penny Arcade (circa mid 1990's)


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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    Mary Blair's Tomorrowland Murals
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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    ME! I'd bring me back to Disneyland, and OFTEN!





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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    1. Mission to Mars.
    2. Country Bear Jamboree.
    3. Peoplemover.
    4. America Sings.
    5. Motor Boat Cruise.
    6. Skyway.
    7. Demolish DCA and bring back the old parking lot.

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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    I'd bring back cancan dancers. When I was a kid they were everywhere - The Golden Horseshoe, Knott's, Frontier City (now closed), VIrginia City sometimes, the Pondarosa (now closed). They also used to be at DLP.

    But now, there seem to be no CanCan dancers to be found in theme parks any more. Not fair!!!
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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

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    I'd bring back cancan dancers. When I was a kid they were everywhere - The Golden Horseshoe, Knott's, Frontier City (now closed), VIrginia City sometimes, the Pondarosa (now closed). They also used to be at DLP.

    But now, there seem to be no CanCan dancers to be found in theme parks any more. Not fair!!!

    Excellent choice.
    A restoration of the GH original including the return of Slue Foot Sue's Golden Horseshoe Review
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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    Quote Originally Posted by Uzmati View Post
    Excellent choice.
    A restoration of the GH original including the return of Slue Foot Sue's Golden Horseshoe Review
    As much as I like the Billys, they are no GHR.
    Let's put the Walt back in Disney!





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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

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    As much as I like the Billys, they are no GHR.

    The Billy's can do their thing anywhere, heck their CD on sale at the park wasn't even recorded IN the park. You could put them on the street in FL and they'd draw a larger crowd than they do in the GH. Besides Kurt Wall, Billy #1, was Wally Boag and Dick Harwood's stand in for the show in the 1980's. You'd need him to restore the show anyway.

    We wants the Can Can dancers, and a fiery hostess and maybe a few very funny cowboys and a traveling salesman. I'm such a dreamer. Still, great call on your part.

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    Can Can dancers at PortAventura you say?
    And I thought you said there was no need to travel half way around the world to visit
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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    Though there have been many other good ideas, and this topic is pure fantasy...

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    Re: If you could bring something back to Disneyland...

    ^Well, maybe his decisions put in today's culture may not agree as much.

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