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12th Jun '17 5:46:55 PM MisterCPC
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* Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles - The [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 1987]] incarnation spawned a ride from Kiddie's featuring the Turtle van with the foursome riding in the back. There's also one based on the toy-exclusive Turtlecopter.
8th Jun '17 8:48:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'': All made by BandaiNamcoEntertainment under the Banpresto brand, there's a Doraemon time machine ride with an interactive screen and buttons (actually, there are two versions of the time machine ride- the one with the interactive screen mentioned, and a older, smaller version of the ride that lacks the screen), a Giant Doraemon that fits two kids and move in a spinning motion (also having an interactive screen and buttons), a Doraemon pirate ship (again, with an interactive screen and buttons), one with Doraemon sitting on a cloud with the rider, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and a fire engine with Doraemon on it]]. Again, sadly, officially they're NoExportForYou and can only be found in Japan, although like other Japanese arcade machines they've been unofficially exported to other Asian countries via grey-market imports. Aside from that, however, there's also dozens of Chinese-made unlicensed knockoffs which are sadly, much more prevalent.
* ''Anime/DragonBall'': One where the child gets to ride on Nimbus with Goku. By BandaiNamcoEntertainment.

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'': All made by BandaiNamcoEntertainment Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment under the Banpresto brand, there's a Doraemon time machine ride with an interactive screen and buttons (actually, there are two versions of the time machine ride- the one with the interactive screen mentioned, and a older, smaller version of the ride that lacks the screen), a Giant Doraemon that fits two kids and move in a spinning motion (also having an interactive screen and buttons), a Doraemon pirate ship (again, with an interactive screen and buttons), one with Doraemon sitting on a cloud with the rider, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and a fire engine with Doraemon on it]]. Again, sadly, officially they're NoExportForYou and can only be found in Japan, although like other Japanese arcade machines they've been unofficially exported to other Asian countries via grey-market imports. Aside from that, however, there's also dozens of Chinese-made unlicensed knockoffs which are sadly, much more prevalent.
* ''Anime/DragonBall'': One where the child gets to ride on Nimbus with Goku. By BandaiNamcoEntertainment.Bandai Namco Entertainment.



* ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' - Another Banpresto aka BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti ride.
* ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' - Again, by BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It appears to be a modified version of the Anime/OjamajoDoremi ride.

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* ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' - Another Banpresto aka BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti ride.
* ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' - Again, by BandaiNamcoEntertainment.Bandai Namco Entertainment. It appears to be a modified version of the Anime/OjamajoDoremi ride.



** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty sitting in a boat, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (all three are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti.

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** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty sitting in a boat, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (all three are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti.Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti.



* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'' - a carousel by BandaiNamcoEntertainment
* ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' - another ride by BandaiNamcoEntertainment
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' - And again, BandaiNamcoEntertainment

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* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'' - a carousel by BandaiNamcoEntertainment
Bandai Namco Entertainment
* ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' - another ride by BandaiNamcoEntertainment
Bandai Namco Entertainment
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' - And again, BandaiNamcoEntertainmentBandai Namco Entertainment



* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' - A BandaiNamcoEntertainment ride. It dispenses either candy or capsule toys when the ride ends.

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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' - A BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai Namco Entertainment ride. It dispenses either candy or capsule toys when the ride ends.



* WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine - At least half a dozen models come from the UK alone, such as rides from Mitchells and Jolly Roger, and with at least another half dozen models (including an interactive model with a video screen) being produced in Japan by Banpresto (BandaiNamcoEntertainment). Additionally several models including a big carousel (and a mini Lo-Boy variant) were produced by ''Kiddy Rides Australia''. A Chinese kiddie ride company also spawned an unlicensed Thomas ride, with the eighth season theme tune.

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* WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine - At least half a dozen models come from the UK alone, such as rides from Mitchells and Jolly Roger, and with at least another half dozen models (including an interactive model with a video screen) being produced in Japan by Banpresto (BandaiNamcoEntertainment).(Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment). Additionally several models including a big carousel (and a mini Lo-Boy variant) were produced by ''Kiddy Rides Australia''. A Chinese kiddie ride company also spawned an unlicensed Thomas ride, with the eighth season theme tune.



* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros: There's one where you get to ride on Yoshi and watch a Mario figure kick a Koopa Troopa shell repetitively while the ride was in motion. It's by Banpresto (now BandaiNamcoEntertainment), who at that time (the mid-90s) has an alliance with Nintendo for amusement arcade games. There's another ride in the shape of a carriage with a monitor and interactive buttons. Unfortunately, [[NoExportForYou they're Japan-only]] (although they've been parallel imported into several Asian countries).

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* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros: There's one where you get to ride on Yoshi and watch a Mario figure kick a Koopa Troopa shell repetitively while the ride was in motion. It's by Banpresto (now BandaiNamcoEntertainment), Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment), who at that time (the mid-90s) has an alliance with Nintendo for amusement arcade games. There's another ride in the shape of a carriage with a monitor and interactive buttons. Unfortunately, [[NoExportForYou they're Japan-only]] (although they've been parallel imported into several Asian countries).
4th Jun '17 6:04:43 AM Ominae
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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'': All made by NamcoBandai under the Banpresto brand, there's a Doraemon time machine ride with an interactive screen and buttons (actually, there are two versions of the time machine ride- the one with the interactive screen mentioned, and a older, smaller version of the ride that lacks the screen), a Giant Doraemon that fits two kids and move in a spinning motion (also having an interactive screen and buttons), a Doraemon pirate ship (again, with an interactive screen and buttons), one with Doraemon sitting on a cloud with the rider, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and a fire engine with Doraemon on it]]. Again, sadly, officially they're NoExportForYou and can only be found in Japan, although like other Japanese arcade machines they've been unofficially exported to other Asian countries via grey-market imports. Aside from that, however, there's also dozens of Chinese-made unlicensed knockoffs which are sadly, much more prevalent.
* ''Anime/DragonBall'': One where the child gets to ride on Nimbus with Goku. By Creator/NamcoBandai.

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'': All made by NamcoBandai BandaiNamcoEntertainment under the Banpresto brand, there's a Doraemon time machine ride with an interactive screen and buttons (actually, there are two versions of the time machine ride- the one with the interactive screen mentioned, and a older, smaller version of the ride that lacks the screen), a Giant Doraemon that fits two kids and move in a spinning motion (also having an interactive screen and buttons), a Doraemon pirate ship (again, with an interactive screen and buttons), one with Doraemon sitting on a cloud with the rider, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers and a fire engine with Doraemon on it]]. Again, sadly, officially they're NoExportForYou and can only be found in Japan, although like other Japanese arcade machines they've been unofficially exported to other Asian countries via grey-market imports. Aside from that, however, there's also dozens of Chinese-made unlicensed knockoffs which are sadly, much more prevalent.
* ''Anime/DragonBall'': One where the child gets to ride on Nimbus with Goku. By Creator/NamcoBandai.BandaiNamcoEntertainment.



* ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' - Another Banpresto aka Creator/NamcoBandai ride.
* ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' - Again, by Creator/NamcoBandai. It appears to be a modified version of the Anime/OjamajoDoremi ride.

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* ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' - Another Banpresto aka Creator/NamcoBandai BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti ride.
* ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' - Again, by Creator/NamcoBandai.BandaiNamcoEntertainment. It appears to be a modified version of the Anime/OjamajoDoremi ride.



** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty sitting in a boat, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (all three are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently Creator/NamcoBandai.

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** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty sitting in a boat, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (all three are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently Creator/NamcoBandai.BandaiNamcoEntertainmenti.



* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'' - a carousel by Creator/NamcoBandai
* ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' - another ride by Creator/NamcoBandai
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' - And again, Creator/NamcoBandai.

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* ''Manga/MidoriNoMakibao'' - a carousel by Creator/NamcoBandai
BandaiNamcoEntertainment
* ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' - another ride by Creator/NamcoBandai
BandaiNamcoEntertainment
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' - And again, Creator/NamcoBandai.BandaiNamcoEntertainment



* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' - A Creator/NamcoBandai ride. It dispenses either candy or capsule toys when the ride ends.

to:

* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' - A Creator/NamcoBandai BandaiNamcoEntertainment ride. It dispenses either candy or capsule toys when the ride ends.



* WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine - At least half a dozen models come from the UK alone, such as rides from Mitchells and Jolly Roger, and with at least another half dozen models (including an interactive model with a video screen) being produced in Japan by Banpresto (NamcoBandai). Additionally several models including a big carousel (and a mini Lo-Boy variant) were produced by ''Kiddy Rides Australia''. A Chinese kiddie ride company also spawned an unlicensed Thomas ride, with the eighth season theme tune.

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* WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine - At least half a dozen models come from the UK alone, such as rides from Mitchells and Jolly Roger, and with at least another half dozen models (including an interactive model with a video screen) being produced in Japan by Banpresto (NamcoBandai).(BandaiNamcoEntertainment). Additionally several models including a big carousel (and a mini Lo-Boy variant) were produced by ''Kiddy Rides Australia''. A Chinese kiddie ride company also spawned an unlicensed Thomas ride, with the eighth season theme tune.



* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros: There's one where you get to ride on Yoshi and watch a Mario figure kick a Koopa Troopa shell repetitively while the ride was in motion. It's by Banpresto (now NamcoBandai), who at that time (the mid-90s) has an alliance with Nintendo for amusement arcade games. There's another ride in the shape of a carriage with a monitor and interactive buttons. Unfortunately, [[NoExportForYou they're Japan-only]] (although they've been parallel imported into several Asian countries).

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* VideoGame/SuperMarioBros: There's one where you get to ride on Yoshi and watch a Mario figure kick a Koopa Troopa shell repetitively while the ride was in motion. It's by Banpresto (now NamcoBandai), BandaiNamcoEntertainment), who at that time (the mid-90s) has an alliance with Nintendo for amusement arcade games. There's another ride in the shape of a carriage with a monitor and interactive buttons. Unfortunately, [[NoExportForYou they're Japan-only]] (although they've been parallel imported into several Asian countries).
2nd Jun '17 10:33:35 AM RAMChYLD
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** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (both are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently Creator/NamcoBandai.

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** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty sitting in a boat, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (both (all three are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently Creator/NamcoBandai.
2nd Jun '17 10:29:57 AM RAMChYLD
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** Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK, has secured the license to produce new rides based on the 2012 series.



* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' - Again, by Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK, but this time, it's based on the 2012 series.
24th Apr '17 10:58:41 AM StFan
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* RichardScarrysBusyTown - Lowly's apple car and Banana Gorilla's Bananamobile (the latter is actually quite rare), made by Jolly Roger.

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* RichardScarrysBusyTown WesternAnimation/TheBusyWorldOfRichardScarry - Lowly's apple car and Banana Gorilla's Bananamobile (the latter is actually quite rare), made by Jolly Roger.
9th Apr '17 10:05:37 AM ChristianTropes33
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* Engie Benjy - Dan the Van by R.G. Mitchell.
7th Apr '17 10:46:51 AM RAMChYLD
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* Disney/TheLionKing - Made by Coinstar or Merkur Electronics, based off Pumbaa. One could argue that they missed an opportunity to produce a Simba cub ride, or even an adult Simba one, given the numerous adult Simba knockoffs in Asia (and that Bafco UK produced a safari van ride with a lion cub that looked suspiciously like Simba as a cub on it and also Whittaker Bros. have spawned the Park Ranger, Big Top Circus and Toytown Zoo in the 90s featuring the Simba cub on the roof too).

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* Disney/TheLionKing - Made by Coinstar or Merkur Electronics, based off Pumbaa. One could argue that they missed an opportunity to produce a Simba cub ride, or even an adult Simba one, given the numerous adult Simba knockoffs in Asia (and that Bafco UK produced a safari van ride with a lion cub that looked suspiciously like Simba as a cub on it and also Whittaker Bros. have spawned the Park Ranger, Big Top Circus and Toytown Zoo in the 90s featuring the Simba cub lookalike on the roof too).
4th Apr '17 10:33:11 AM MrFlinter
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* Disney/LadyandtheTramp - One unlicensed kiddie ride exists, featuring Lady and Tramp in a cup, courtesy of Ital-Resina. The ride plays "Who Let the Dogs Out?" while the ride was in motion. The ride even featured a few quotes and sound effects from the movie!

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* Disney/LadyandtheTramp Disney/{{Lady and the Tramp}} - One unlicensed kiddie ride exists, featuring Lady and Tramp in a cup, courtesy of Ital-Resina. The ride plays "Who Let the Dogs Out?" while the ride was in motion. The ride even featured a few quotes and sound effects from the movie!



* WesternAnimation/PipAhoy! - The Bucket (Uncle Skipper's boat) has been made into a kiddie ride by Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK. The ride has an interactive Pip figure which, sadly, kids can't touch as he's encased inside the ride. To get the figure to move, just press the Pip button and something will start lighting up and Pip will rotate in a semi-circle.

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* WesternAnimation/PipAhoy! WesternAnimation/PipAhoy - The Bucket (Uncle Skipper's boat) has been made into a kiddie ride by Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK. The ride has an interactive Pip figure which, sadly, kids can't touch as he's encased inside the ride. To get the figure to move, just press the Pip button and something will start lighting up and Pip will rotate in a semi-circle.
4th Apr '17 10:26:42 AM MrFlinter
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** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (both are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently Creator/NamcoBandai.
** From Europe, we have two models of a different Hello Kitty "Happy Car" (one is a single-seater where the rider gets to sit next to Hello Kitty and the other is a two-seater where Hello Kitty is sitting in the back of the car instead), a Fun House ride, and a see-saw ride of the same design as The Smurfs, but with Hello Kitty on the other end. All models are made by Cogan of Italy.

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** From Japan, we have (in loose chronological order) Hello Kitty teaching in front of a blackboard, Hello Kitty holding on to some balloons (both are rocking rides, by the way), three Hello Kitty cars (one with a monitor to play out a simple game with the rider), a Hello Kitty Cinderella Cinderella-like coach (again with monitor to play out a game), a battery-operated car, a "magical" piano with Hello Kitty standing on the top, and Hello Kitty hanging on to a WingedUnicorn which the rider will ride on. And that's just the ''known'' models. There are apparently several manufacturers, but the most prevalent one is apparently Creator/NamcoBandai.
** From Europe, we have two models of a different Hello Kitty "Happy Car" (one is a single-seater where the rider gets to sit next to Hello Kitty and the other is a two-seater where Hello Kitty is sitting in the back of the car instead), a Fun House ride, and a see-saw log-see-saw ride of the same design as The Smurfs, but with Hello Kitty on the other end. All models are made by Cogan of Italy.



* ComicStrip/RupertBear - Rupert with Podgy Pig and Bill Badger in a red-and-blue car, courtesy of Photo-Me. There was another design featuring Rupert and his red car, Bruce, for the 2000s Rupert Bear: Follow the Magic... series by Jolly Roger.

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* ComicStrip/RupertBear - Rupert with Podgy Pig and Bill Badger in a red-and-blue car, courtesy of Photo-Me. There was another design featuring Rupert and in his red car, Bruce, for the 2000s Rupert Bear: Follow the Magic... series by Jolly Roger.



* Franchise/{{Godzilla}} - A carousel and an interactive ride where you get to sit inside the titular monster himself. Both by Banpresto (Bandai-Namco)

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* Franchise/{{Godzilla}} - A carousel and an interactive ride where you get to sit inside the titular monster himself. Both by Banpresto (Bandai-Namco)(Bandai-Namco).
* Disney/LadyandtheTramp - One unlicensed kiddie ride exists, featuring Lady and Tramp in a cup, courtesy of Ital-Resina. The ride plays "Who Let the Dogs Out?" while the ride was in motion. The ride even featured a few quotes and sound effects from the movie!



* WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine - At least half a dozen models come from the UK alone, such as rides from Mitchells and Jolly Roger, and with at least another half dozen models (including an interactive model with a video screen) being produced in Japan by Banpresto (NamcoBandai). Additionally several models including a big carousel (and a mini Lo-Boy variant) were produced by ''Kiddy Rides Australia''.

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* WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine - At least half a dozen models come from the UK alone, such as rides from Mitchells and Jolly Roger, and with at least another half dozen models (including an interactive model with a video screen) being produced in Japan by Banpresto (NamcoBandai). Additionally several models including a big carousel (and a mini Lo-Boy variant) were produced by ''Kiddy Rides Australia''. A Chinese kiddie ride company also spawned an unlicensed Thomas ride, with the eighth season theme tune.



* Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse - Two versions were made by [=Fun2Learn=], both of them feature Bear, Pip and Pop on a boat. The first version, released in either the 1990s or the early 2000s, had boat sounds (could be something to do with licensing) and no start message, whilst the second version, released in October 2002, had boat sounds as well as the theme tune and a start message. Both versions feature Noel [=MacNeal=] as the voice of Bear. In Welling Tesco, there was a Bear in the Big Blue House ride with the sounds muddled up.

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* Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse - Two versions were made by [=Fun2Learn=], both of them feature Bear, Pip and Pop on a boat. The first version, released in either the 1990s or the early 2000s, had boat sounds (could be something to do with licensing) and no start message, whilst the second version, released in October 2002, had boat sounds as well as the theme tune and a start message. Both versions feature Noel [=MacNeal=] as the voice of Bear. In Welling Tesco, there was does exist a Bear in the Big Blue House ride with the sounds muddled up.



* ''Muffin the Mule'' - The titular mule by Edwin Hall in the 50s. There was supposed to be one of the revival animated series, but the revivial series flopped before the ride could be made.

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* ''Muffin the Mule'' - The titular mule by Edwin Hall in the 50s. There was supposed to be one of the revival 2005 animated revival series, but the revivial series flopped before the ride could be made.



* WesternAnimation/PipAhoy! - The Bucket (Uncle Skipper's boat) has been made into a kiddie ride by Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK. The ride has an interactive Pip figure which, sadly, kids can't touch as he's encased inside the ride. To get the figure to move, just press the Pip button and a light will start lighting up and Pip will rotate in a semi-circle.

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* WesternAnimation/PipAhoy! - The Bucket (Uncle Skipper's boat) has been made into a kiddie ride by Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK. The ride has an interactive Pip figure which, sadly, kids can't touch as he's encased inside the ride. To get the figure to move, just press the Pip button and a light something will start lighting up and Pip will rotate in a semi-circle.



* WesternAnimation/PoppyCat - One featuring Poppy and Zuzu in an airplane, courtesy of Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UK

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* WesternAnimation/PoppyCat - One featuring Poppy and Zuzu in an their airplane, courtesy of Northern Leisure/Kiddy Rides UKUK.



* WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs- Hmm. Can't say for sure if the ATM Italy rides from the 80s were officially licensed, but now Cogan is producing a line of officially licensed Smurfs rides.

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* WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs- Hmm. Can't say for sure if the ATM Italy rides from the 80s were officially licensed, but now Cogan is producing a line of officially licensed Smurfs rides.rides, including a log-see-saw with Clumsy on one end and a carousel-swing ride under the name "Swinging Smurfs".



* WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry - Kiddie's Manufacturing released two models of rides featuring Tom and Jerry in the mid 1990s. One with the two riding a motorcycle , and a "Cheesemobile" car with 5 buttons that make strange sounds. Some versions of the Cheesemobile are labeled as "Kiddie's Cheese Rider" on the platform. Recently the license was passed to Cogan of Italy which is producing a new version of the motorcycle ride (under the name Tom & Jerry Chopper).

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* WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry - Kiddie's Manufacturing released two models of rides featuring Tom and Jerry in the mid 1990s. One with the two riding a motorcycle , and a "Cheesemobile" car with 5 buttons that make strange sounds. Some versions of the Cheesemobile are labeled as "Kiddie's Cheese Rider" on the platform. Recently the license was passed to Cogan of Italy which is producing a new version of the motorcycle ride (under under the name Tom "Tom & Jerry Chopper).Chopper".
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