History Franchise / TheHauntedMansion

29th Apr '16 1:35:03 AM tropeminer
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** ''Ride/TheTwilightZoneTowerOfTerror'' is this to ''The Haunted Mansion''.
20th Apr '16 11:15:08 PM tropeminer
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NoAntagonist: The ride doesn't really seem to have any "villain" per se even though the a majority of the spirits appear to be malevolent.

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* NoAntagonist: The ride There doesn't really seem to have any be a "villain" per se even though the a majority of the spirits appear to be malevolent.
20th Apr '16 11:12:12 PM tropeminer
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NoAntagonist: The ride doesn't really seem to have any "villain" per se even though the a majority of the spirits appear to be malevolent.


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** Played with the Hatbox Ghost.
19th Apr '16 2:07:42 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* AbortedArc: The animatronic raven was originally going to be the "narrator" of the ride, which ended up being much better implemented with the "Ghost Host" being piped in through the Doom Buggy's individual speakers. The ravens, however, are still situated throughout the ride, flapping and beaking as if they were saying something.

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* AbortedArc: Three notable examples.
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The animatronic raven was originally going to be the "narrator" of the ride, which ended up being much better implemented with the "Ghost Host" being piped in through the Doom Buggy's individual speakers. The ravens, however, are still situated throughout the ride, flapping and beaking as if they were saying something.something.
** Around 2003, various signs began to appear in the park that a monumental CanonWelding operation tying together ''The Haunted Mansion'', ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' and ''Tom Sawyer's Island'' was going to take place, centered around pirate Jean Lafitte. Due to the idea's creator being sacked for other reasons before the project's completion, a few clues (such as a walled crypt) can still be seen in the Mansion and the other two attractions, but do not lead anywhere.
** The character of the Hatchet Man was going to be prominently seen in the ride, as part of the same "refurbishing" as Constance Hatchaway's creation. A few clues, such as the character's face appearing briefly during Madame Leota's séance, and the Imagineers systematically removing from sale any item referring to the old backstory (with the Ghost Host as Master Gracet), began appearing, but once more, the idea's creator's departure stopped the project.
9th Apr '16 8:37:13 PM tropeminer
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'''''The Haunted Mansion''''' is [[ExpandedUniverse a franchise]] that has grown around the [[LongRunner long-running]] attraction at the various Ride/DisneyThemeParks, having spawned two movies (a critically disappointing feature with Eddie Murphy and an upcoming film by Guillermo del Toro), a videogame, two comic book series (a shortlived anthology series by Slave Labor Graphics and a miniseries at MarvelComics under the ComicBook/DisneyKingdoms imprint), and an upcoming animated television special headed by illustrator Gris Grimly, in addition to appearances in various Disney media.

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'''''The Haunted Mansion''''' is [[ExpandedUniverse a franchise]] that has grown around the [[LongRunner long-running]] attraction at the various Ride/DisneyThemeParks, having spawned two movies (a critically disappointing feature with Eddie Murphy Creator/EddieMurphy and an upcoming film by Guillermo del Toro), Creator/GuillermoDelToro), a videogame, two comic book series (a shortlived anthology series by Slave Labor Graphics and a miniseries at MarvelComics under the ComicBook/DisneyKingdoms imprint), and an upcoming animated television special headed by illustrator Gris Grimly, in addition to appearances in various Disney media.
3rd Apr '16 10:14:35 PM tropeminer
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* BiggerOnTheInside: The mansion's exterior, in all versions, couldn't possibly contain the long, winding passages of the separate show building.
29th Mar '16 4:07:35 AM NoUsername
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* '''Disneyland Paris''' has the DarkerAndEdgier Phantom Manor located in Westernland, in which a malevolent phantom torments a widow into old age.

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* '''Disneyland Paris''' has the DarkerAndEdgier Phantom Manor located in Westernland, Frontierland, in which a malevolent phantom torments a widow into old age.
28th Mar '16 7:18:49 PM NoUsername
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'''''The Haunted Mansion''''' is [[ExpandedUniverse a franchise]] that has grown around the [[LongRunner long-running]] attraction at the various Ride/DisneyThemeParks, having spawned two movies (a critically disappointing feature with Eddie Murphy and an upcoming film by Guillermo del Toro), a videogame, two comic book series (A shortlived anthology series by Slave Labor Graphics and a miniseries at MarvelComics under the ComicBook/DisneyKingdoms imprint), and an upcoming animated television special headed by illustrator Gris Grimly, in addition to appearances in various Disney media.

Having spent a long time in DevelopmentHell, having even been first thought of in the earliest plans of Disneyland, with various stories considered and rejected, Walt eventually decided for a minimalistic approach on story and made the house a simple retirement home/boarding house for the spirits. Of course, this hasn't stopped many from speculating and creating their own interpretations about the nature of the house and its inhabitants, sometimes even being played with by Disney themselves through the mansion's assorted incarnations.

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'''''The Haunted Mansion''''' is [[ExpandedUniverse a franchise]] that has grown around the [[LongRunner long-running]] attraction at the various Ride/DisneyThemeParks, having spawned two movies (a critically disappointing feature with Eddie Murphy and an upcoming film by Guillermo del Toro), a videogame, two comic book series (A (a shortlived anthology series by Slave Labor Graphics and a miniseries at MarvelComics under the ComicBook/DisneyKingdoms imprint), and an upcoming animated television special headed by illustrator Gris Grimly, in addition to appearances in various Disney media.

Having The ride spent a long time in DevelopmentHell, having even been first thought of in the earliest plans of Disneyland, with various Disneyland. Various stories were considered and rejected, so Walt eventually decided for a minimalistic minimalist approach on story and made the house a simple retirement home/boarding house for the spirits. Of course, this hasn't stopped many from speculating and creating their own interpretations about the nature of the house and its inhabitants, sometimes even being played with by Disney themselves through the mansion's assorted incarnations.



* '''Disneyland Paris''' has the DarkerAndEdgier Phantom Manor.

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* '''Disneyland Paris''' has the DarkerAndEdgier Phantom Manor.Manor located in Westernland, in which a malevolent phantom torments a widow into old age.



* TheArtifact: The heartbeat in the Attic soundtrack no longer makes sense. Originally, it was associated with the mournful Bride character who had a visible glowing heartbeat, but ever since she was replaced by the murderous Constance, it doesn't seem so appropriate.
** They seem to have dropped the heartbeat sound effect altogether sometime before reinstating the Hatbox Ghost.

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* AdventurerArchaeologist: Lord Henry Mystic is one, and he displays the fruits of his travels inside his Mystic Manor.
* TheArtifact: The heartbeat in the Attic soundtrack no longer makes sense. Originally, it was associated with the mournful Bride character who had a visible glowing heartbeat, but ever since she was replaced by the murderous Constance, it doesn't seem so appropriate.
** They seem to have
appropriate. The Disneyland Mansion dropped the heartbeat sound effect it altogether sometime before reinstating the Hatbox Ghost.



* BilingualBonus: WDW's gift shop, Memento Mori, is named after a Latin phrase that means "remember that you will die".



* CreepyTwins: Wellington and Forsythia Dread of the WDW Mansion's new queue extension
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* CreepyTwins: Wellington and Forsythia Dread of the WDW Mansion's new queue extension
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* CreepyChangingPainting CreepyChangingPainting: One of the most iconic elements of the Mansion are the changing paintings, which transform from unassuming portraits to more macabre ones with a flash of lightning.



* CulturalTranslation: To the Japanese, ghosts are a major element of myths and legend, so the Haunted Mansion in Tokyo Disneyland is in Fantasyland. The French, meanwhile, have a thing for the American Old West, and so Phantom Manor is in Frontierland.

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* CulturalTranslation: CulturalTranslation:
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To the Japanese, ghosts are a major element of myths and legend, so the Haunted Mansion in Tokyo Disneyland is in Fantasyland. Gargoyles outside were added to help connect it to the surrounding area.
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The French, meanwhile, have a thing for the American Old West, and so Phantom Manor is in Frontierland.Frontierland. To that end, its backstory and setpieces are changed to reflect its setting, including the climactic dip into a literal ghost town.
** Chinese culture has immense respect for ghosts and ancestry, which means that Hong Kong's Mystic Manor doesn't include any spirits. Instead, it's located near Adventureland and owned by AdventurerArchaeologist Lord Mystic, whose artefacts come to life thanks to an enchanted music box.



%% * DemBones: Mostly in Phantom Manor. Later show up as enemies in the game.
* DownerEnding: Completely subverted and PlayedForLaughs. "''Now I will raise the safety bar...and the ghost will follow you home, ha ha ha ha ha ha!''"

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%% * DemBones: Mostly Most prominently, the dancing skeletons in Phantom Manor. Later show up as enemies in Manor's underworld, which were directly inspired by the game.
Silly Symphony ''WesternAnimation/TheSkeletonDance''.
* DownerEnding: Completely subverted and PlayedForLaughs. "''Now I will raise the safety bar...and the a ghost will follow you home, ha ha ha ha ha ha!''"



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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Mystic Manor at Hong Kong Disneyland involves an explorer's mischievous monkey in addition to supernatural occurrences.
* EvilLaugh: While he might not be evil, the Ghost Host provides a rather good one.

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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Mystic Manor at Hong Kong Disneyland involves an explorer's Lord Mystic's mischievous monkey in addition to Albert as the cause of its supernatural occurrences.
* EvilLaugh: EvilLaugh:
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While he might not be evil, the Ghost Host provides a rather good one.



** The Phantom - who, unlike the original Host he's truly evil - in Paris gets one too, courtesy of VincentPrice.

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** The Phantom - in Paris -- who, unlike the original Host he's Host, is truly evil - in Paris -- gets one too, courtesy of VincentPrice.Creator/VincentPrice.



* ExpandedUniverse: The original ride had no real storyline other than the mansion being a "retirement home" for ghosts. However, comics and a video game have given several of the mansion's characters more elaborate backstories.

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* ExpandedUniverse: The original ride had no real storyline other than the mansion being a "retirement home" for ghosts. However, comics and spinoff materials such as comics, a video game game, and the Memento Mori gift shop have given several of the mansion's characters more elaborate backstories.



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GraveHumor: The queue line and exit areas for the Mansion are all either puns or shout-outs to Imagineers. Even the otherwise DarkerAndEdgier Phantom Manor has a few in its Boot Hill.
* HauntedHouseHauntedHouse: A defining example, though Mystic Manor is a noticeable aversion.



* {{Hellevator}}: The Disneyland version is actually this in the stretching portrait room, as is the Paris version. The stretching room also serves the double purpose of providing a scene, and also lowering riders to an underground passageway (the changing portraits corridor, which goes underneath the park railroad) that guests use to get to the ride, which takes place in a show building hidden behind the park berm.

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* {{Hellevator}}: {{Hellevator}}:
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The Disneyland version is actually this in the stretching portrait room, as is the Paris version. The stretching room also serves the double purpose of providing a scene, and also lowering riders to an underground passageway (the changing portraits corridor, which goes underneath the park railroad) that guests use to get to the ride, which takes place in a show building hidden behind the park berm.



* IronicName[=/=]PunnyName:
** Constance Hatchaway, the Bride. Her marriages involved her ''constantly'' using her ''hatchet.''
** The elderly woman in the stretching gallery, now retconned to be Constance, used to be known as "Abigale Patecleaver", referencing the gruesome tombstone showing George's head being split open ([[DontExplainTheJoke or, his pate being cleaved]]) by an axe.



%% * KarmaHoudini: The Phantom with the Paris version
* LightningReveal: The ceiling in the elevator goes to black, and the Ghost Host is revealed to have hung himself in life (or the groom in Phantom Manor).
** The original StockSoundEffect for this was "Castle Thunder" (which many pre-1988 Disney animated features and shorts used), but in 2007, the Disney World version replaced it with newer, more ''realistic'' thunder sound effects

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%% * KarmaHoudini: The Phantom with in the Paris version
version, who torments the bride to her death.
* LightningReveal: LightningReveal:
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The ceiling in the elevator goes to black, and the Ghost Host is revealed to have hung himself in life (or the groom in life. The Phantom Manor).
Manor instead reveals the corpse of the groom.
** The original StockSoundEffect for this was "Castle Thunder" (which many pre-1988 Disney animated features and shorts used), but in 2007, the Disney World version replaced it with newer, more ''realistic'' thunder sound effectseffects.



* LighterAndSofter: Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland, which has artefacts coming to life via a mysterious music box and no ghosts. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kEApcS_kVqM See for yourself here.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLvq84KqOeE However, it's recommended to watch the Pre Show first to understand the story completely,]]

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* LighterAndSofter: Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland, which has artefacts coming to life via a mysterious music box and no ghosts. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kEApcS_kVqM See for yourself here.]]
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]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLvq84KqOeE However, it's It's also recommended to watch the Pre Show preshow first to understand the story completely,]]



** Emphasis on ''Your'' regarding the Magic Kingdom's version of the ride. The Hitchhiking Ghosts will literally mess with your heads. The illusion is given off of them making your head disappear, as well as taking your head off and either then swapping their head with yours, or swapping your head with the head of the person riding with you.
* MultipleChoicePast: The Haunted Mansion's back story is pretty much whatever the ride operators decide it is that day, the only solid thing being that the house is a retirement home/boarding house of the spirit world.

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** Emphasis on ''Your'' "Your" regarding the Magic Kingdom's version of the ride. The Hitchhiking Ghosts will literally mess with your heads. The illusion is given off of them making your head disappear, as well as taking your head off and either then swapping their head with yours, or swapping your head with the head of the person riding with you.
* MultipleChoicePast: MultipleChoicePast:
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The Haunted Mansion's back story is pretty much whatever the ride operators decide it is that day, the only solid thing being that the house is a retirement home/boarding house of the spirit world.



* OffWithHisHead: The Headless Knight.

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* OffWithHisHead: OffWithHisHead:
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The Headless Knight.Knight sings next to his executioner.



* OminousPipeOrgan: The Ballroom scene. The Disneyland organ is the actual prop from Disney's ''Film/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea'' movie. Everywhere else, a replica is used.

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* OminousPipeOrgan: OminousPipeOrgan:
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The Ballroom scene. The Disneyland organ is the actual prop from Disney's ''Film/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea'' movie. Everywhere else, a replica is used.



** The WDW Mansion has a pipe organ headstone in its queue. It plays ''Grim, Grinning Ghosts'' when interacted with.



* OverprotectiveDad: Henry Ravenswood of Phantom Manor. After discovering his daughter was to leave town after getting married, he's determined to stop the wedding at all costs. [[spoiler: He dies in an earthquake that ravages the whole town (on Big Thunder Mountain, when your train is going up the lift hill through the blasting tunnel), but his spirit goes on to murder his son-in-law to be from beyond the grave and decides to make his now depressed daughter suffer for the rest of her life in the abandoned house]].

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* OverprotectiveDad: Henry Ravenswood of Phantom Manor. After discovering his daughter was to leave town after getting married, he's he was determined to stop the wedding at all costs. [[spoiler: He dies died in an earthquake that ravages ravaged the whole town (on Big Thunder Mountain, when your train is going up the lift hill through the blasting tunnel), but his spirit goes on to murder his son-in-law to be from beyond the grave and decides to make his now depressed daughter suffer for the rest of her life in the abandoned house]].



* PunnyName:
** Constance Hatchaway, the Bride. Her marriages involved her ''constantly'' using her ''hatchet.''
** The elderly woman in the stretching gallery, now retconned to be Constance, used to be known as "Abigale Patecleaver", referencing the gruesome tombstone showing George's head being split open ([[DontExplainTheJoke or, his pate being cleaved]]) by an axe.



** Look closely at Madame Leota's book. That's the incantation from ''Blackbeard's Ghost'' on its page.
*** At Disneyland at least. Disney World just has one of the verses of the incantation she's reciting.

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** Look closely at Madame Leota's book. That's At Disneyland, that's the incantation from ''Blackbeard's Ghost'' on its page.
*** At Disneyland at least. Disney World just has one of the verses of the incantation she's reciting.
page.



** The organist is a shout-out to the 1925 film adaptation of ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.
** The one-eyed black cat that appears on the tomb of the composer at Walt Disney World's mansion (itself taken from an earlier draft of the attraction), is inspired by the gruesome EdgarAllanPoe tale, ''The Black Cat''.

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** The organist is a shout-out to the 1925 film adaptation of ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.
''[[Film/ThePhantomOfTheOpera1925 The Phantom of the Opera]]''.
** The one-eyed black cat that appears on the tomb of the composer at Walt Disney World's mansion (itself taken from an earlier draft of the attraction), is inspired by the gruesome EdgarAllanPoe Creator/EdgarAllanPoe tale, ''The Black Cat''.



** At Walt Disney World, In the back of the pet cemetery, there is a headstone of Mr. Toad in tribute to Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, which closed in 1998, to be replaced by Winnie the Pooh.
** The Corridor of Doors is a shout-out to ''Film/TheHaunting1963'' (based on the novel ''Literature/TheHauntingOfHillHouse'' by Creator/ShirleyJackson), which a bunch of the WED Imagineers, and WaltDisney, went to see together.

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** At Walt Disney World, In in the back of the pet cemetery, there is a headstone of Mr. Toad in tribute to Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, which closed in 1998, to be replaced by Winnie the Pooh.
** The Corridor of Doors is a shout-out to ''Film/TheHaunting1963'' (based on the novel ''Literature/TheHauntingOfHillHouse'' by Creator/ShirleyJackson), which a bunch of the WED Imagineers, and WaltDisney, Creator/WaltDisney, went to see together.



** Also at Phantom Manor, the final act's dancing skeletons reference Disney's classic 1928 short ''The Skeleton Dance''.



* {{Tuckerization}}: Madame Leota is named for Leota Toombs. Other tombstone names and who they are named for: Grandpa Marc is Marc Davis, Brother Claude is Claude Coats, Francis Xavier is X Atencio, and Brother Dave is Dave Schweninger. The Walt Disney World queue also has one for Mister Frees (Paul Frees, the voice of the Ghost Host) and features a [[Creator/ThurlRavenscroft Ravenscroft]] brand organ.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: {{Tuckerization}}:
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Madame Leota is named for Leota Toombs. Other tombstone names and Toombs, who they provided her visage.
** Several tombstones
are named for: after the Imagineers who worked on the ride, the most famous being Master Gracey after special effects designer Yale Gracey. Other ones include Grandpa Marc is Marc Davis, (Marc Davis), Brother Claude is Claude Coats, (Claude Coats), Francis Xavier is X Atencio, (X. Atencio), and Brother Dave is Dave Schweninger. (Dave Schweninger). The Walt Disney World WDW queue also has one for Mister Frees (Paul Frees, the voice of the Ghost Host) and features a [[Creator/ThurlRavenscroft Ravenscroft]] brand organ.



* VisualPun: The opera singers are a visual pun on ThePhantomOfTheOpera, and the fact that they're placed very near the end of the ride means "It's not over until the fat lady sings."

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* VisualPun: VisualPun:
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The opera singers are a visual pun on ThePhantomOfTheOpera, ''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'', and the fact that they're placed very near the end of the ride means "It's not over until the fat lady sings."
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%% * OracularHead: Madame Leota

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%% * OracularHead: Madame LeotaLeota, who appears as a head inside a crystal ball.



%% * PungeonMaster: The Ghost Host.



* {{Retcon}}: The Attic scene evolved several times and each change was treated like the only version of the scene ever there.
** Upon his return, the Hatbox Ghost's original brief backstory no longer works with [[BlackWidow the current Bride]]. This is actually to the hatbox effect's advantage, since he's no longer required to sync his head trick to the heartbeat, and he now has time to perform more animations.
%% * RhymesOnADime: Madame Leota
%% * RuleOfScary: Of course this ride is built on this. The RuleOfFunny is used at times.

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* {{Retcon}}: {{Retcon}}:
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The Attic scene evolved several times and each change was treated like the only version of the scene ever there.
** Upon his return, the Hatbox Ghost's original brief backstory no longer works with [[BlackWidow the current Bride]]. This is actually to the hatbox effect's advantage, since he's no longer required to sync his head trick to the heartbeat, and he now has time to perform more animations.
%% * RhymesOnADime: Madame Leota
%% * RuleOfScary: Of course this ride is built on this. The RuleOfFunny is used at times.
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** The staircases in the Walt Disney World mansion is a shout-out to M.C. Escher's "Relativity".

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** The staircases Endless Staircases in the Walt Disney World mansion Mansion is a shout-out to M.C. Escher's "Relativity".



** ''Mystic Manor'' at Hong Kong Disneyland has plenty of shout outs to the Haunted Mansion. In the Greek Room, they have a painting of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medusa Medusa]] that transforms into her monstrous Gorgon form complete with [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]], a conservatory with ''huge'' Venus Flytraps, and in the Armory, three knight's suits of armour singing cheerfully.

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** ''Mystic Manor'' at Hong Kong Disneyland has plenty of shout outs shoutouts to the Haunted Mansion. In the Greek Mediterranean Antiquities Room, they have there is a painting of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medusa Medusa]] {{Medusa}} that transforms into her monstrous Gorgon form complete with [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]], a conservatory with ''huge'' Venus Flytraps, and in the Armory, three knight's suits of armour singing cheerfully.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Adventure Thru Inner Space'' also narrated by Paul Frees.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Adventure Thru Inner Space'' Space'', also narrated by Paul Frees.



* {{Troll}}: The Ghost Host, with mortals as his targets.

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* {{Troll}}: {{Troll}}:
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The Ghost Host, with mortals as his targets.



* {{Tuckerization}}: Master Gracey is named after the Imagineer Yale Gracey, who helped design the ride.
** Madame Leota/Dear Sweet Leota is named for Leota Toombs. Other tombstone names and who they are named for: Grandpa Marc is Marc Davis, Brother Claude is Claude Coats, Francis Xavier is X Atencio, and Brother Dave is Dave Schweninger. The Walt Disney World queue also has one for Mister Frees (Paul Frees, the voice of the Ghost Host) and features a [[Creator/ThurlRavenscroft Ravenscroft]] brand organ.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: Master Gracey is named after the Imagineer Yale Gracey, who helped design the ride.
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Madame Leota/Dear Sweet Leota is named for Leota Toombs. Other tombstone names and who they are named for: Grandpa Marc is Marc Davis, Brother Claude is Claude Coats, Francis Xavier is X Atencio, and Brother Dave is Dave Schweninger. The Walt Disney World queue also has one for Mister Frees (Paul Frees, the voice of the Ghost Host) and features a [[Creator/ThurlRavenscroft Ravenscroft]] brand organ.
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* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes: The disney world version has a point where demonic eyes surround the Doombuggy. As it moves to an area with better lighting, they are revealed to be designs in the wallpaper. This is especially strange since some of the eyes in the dark section are closer than other nearby ones, and a few are even moving three dimensionally.

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* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes: The disney world version In the Walt Disney World Mansion, the eye-patterned wallpaper glows and has a point where demonic eyes surround the Doombuggy. As it moves to an area with better lighting, they are revealed to be designs in the wallpaper. This is especially strange since some of the eyes in the dark section are closer than other nearby ones, and a few are even moving three dimensionally.animation.
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