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    No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?



    I just noticed that there isn't a page for Golden Dreams. Now that Califiia and the theater itself are completely gone and buried in the Yester-landfill, perhaps a page should be made for them. Or are we repressing the horrible memories of the "just one dream" song from the end of the film?

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    Re: No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?

    R I P Golden Dreams you shall be missed by some but not by all.
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    it's what they are like in their HEART!


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    Re: No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    R I P Golden Dreams you shall be missed by some but not by all.
    Perhaps we should write a fitting obituary for the attraction.

    Golden Dreams, the lack-luster film shown at Disney’s California Adventure park, in Anaheim, California, died Sunday, September 7, of causes incident to age. Shown at the park since its opening in 2001, the film pimped the glories of the golden state of California and its rich and varied history. Califia, the Amazon warrior, was portrayed in the film by actress Whoopi Goldberg. A veteran of over 50,000 showings, Golden Dreams enjoyed candlelight dinners, long walks on the beach, and Arnold Schwarzenegger movies. Its motto was “anything can be done with just one dream”. Golden Dreams is survived by the 26 people who ventured into the theater over the past 7 years, mostly to escape the summer heat. It was preceded in death by its life partner, Seasons of the Vine, which passed away March 30, 2008. No memorial service will be held. Golden Dreams goes to its silent, cold tomb; unmourned, unloved, and unremembered. Interment, Yesterland Cemetery and Mausoleum.

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    Re: No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?

    I'm pretty sure there are other attractions that have a higher priority for a yesterland page than Golden Dreams.

    I'm pretty sure that it will be the last one made, most likely under 'other attractions'.
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    Re: No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?

    I'm planning a Yesterland entry about Golden Dreams.

    Several of the attraction's neighbors, including Souvenir 66 and Dinosaur Jack's Sunglass Shack, have their own entries, so Golden Dreams deserves one too.
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    Re: No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sosai X View Post
    Perhaps we should write a fitting obituary for the attraction.

    Golden Dreams, ...It was preceded in death by its life partner, Seasons of the Vine, which passed away March 30, 2008. ...
    For those that miss "Seasons of the Vine" and want to see it again - a film with this title is currently playing at the Festival Center in Epcot during the Food and Wine Festival.

    I don't know how long the film was in DCA, but the Epcot version is 10 minutes long.

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    Re: No dedicated entry for Golden Dreams?

    Quote Originally Posted by betterlatethanneve View Post
    ...I don't know how long the film was in DCA, but the Epcot version is 10 minutes long...
    It was also 10 minutes in DCA.
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