History Ride / DisneyThemeParks

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* TheVerse: Many attractions at some of the parks will make references or even share a themed narrative suggesting they're all part of the same world. One example of this is Frontierland at Disneyland Paris which has a large backstory integrating every attraction in it especially Phantom Manor.
** Tokyo [=DisneySea=] allegedly went to amazing lengths to do this for nearly every attraction in the park.
19th Jul '17 12:15:38 PM tropeminer
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** ''The Haunted Mansion'' is easily one to ''Adventure Thru Inner Space'' (''[[IncrediblyLamePun in more ways than one, you might say]]''). Both are Omnimover/"Doom Buggy"-type dark rides narrated by legendary voice actor Paul Frees, opened in the late [[TheSixties 1960s]].

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** ''The Haunted Mansion'' is easily one to ''Adventure Thru Inner Space'' (''[[IncrediblyLamePun ([[IncrediblyLamePun in more ways than one, you might say]]'').say]]). Both are Omnimover/"Doom Buggy"-type dark rides narrated by legendary voice actor Paul Frees, opened in the late [[TheSixties 1960s]].
19th Jul '17 12:11:56 PM tropeminer
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* UnexpectedCharacter: The shops in Epcot's World Showcase sometimes carry merchandise of works from the country in question, meaning you can be wandering WDW and run into merch of ''Series/DoctorWho'', the latest ''Anime/PrettyCure'' season, or even ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. Anime merch in particular has its own section in the Japanese store now.
** Some meet and greets characters at the parks can be very unexpected, mainly the rarely seen characters at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Such as [[GirlOfTheWeek Clarice from "Two Chips And A Miss"]] who was a one shot character but is found on a lot of merchandise in Tokyo Disney Resort and Disneyland Paris and is very common in both Tokyo Disney Resort and Disneyland Paris unlike the other Disney Parks. Toulouse and Berlioz from ''The Aristocats'' were also very unexpected at any of the Disney parks since they weren't seen as often as there sister Marie was in merchandise and both debuted at Disneyland Paris. However they did begin appearing in more Marie merchandise at Tokyo Disney Resort and Disneyland Paris.
18th Jul '17 12:37:00 AM tropeminer
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* NonIronicClown: When New Fantasyland first opened in 2012. They used to have a group of clowns outside of Dumbo's Storybook Circus called "Giggle Gang Clown Troupe" during its first few years.
** Also the clowns seen in the former 3D attraction "Magic Journeys" at Epcot's Imagination Pavilion.


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* NonIronicClown: When New Fantasyland first opened in 2012. They used to have a group of clowns outside of Dumbo's Storybook Circus called "Giggle Gang Clown Troupe" during its first few years.
** Also the clowns seen in the former 3D attraction "Magic Journeys" at Epcot's Imagination Pavilion.
18th Jul '17 12:31:28 AM tropeminer
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* GhostInTheMachine: ''Ride/CraniumCommand''s premise.

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* GhostInTheMachine: ''Ride/CraniumCommand''s premise.The premise of ''Ride/CraniumCommand''.
18th Jul '17 12:30:15 AM tropeminer
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* CaliforniaDoubling: Often the Florida parks are advertised with footage from Disneyland Resort. This has only become more common with the homogenous "Disney Parks" branding.



** The storyline in ''Phantom Manor'' could somewhat be considered slightly darker than it's American ''Haunted Mansion'' counterparts.



* {{Fanservice}}: Usually unintentional (it's Disney after all), but some of the female parade dancers wear pretty short skirts for being in a Disney Theme Park, especially the dancers on some of the parades in Europe. This equally goes for some of the male actors portraying musclebound, open-shirted characters.
* FantasticVoyagePlot: ''Body Wars''. Was taken further in "Adventure Thru Inner Space", which went down to an atomic scale.

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* {{Fanservice}}: Usually unintentional (it's Disney after all), but some of the female parade dancers wear pretty short skirts for being in a Disney Theme Park, especially the parade dancers on some of the parades in Europe. This equally goes for some of the male actors portraying musclebound, open-shirted characters.
* FantasticVoyagePlot: ''Body Wars''. Was taken further in "Adventure ''Adventure Thru Inner Space", Space'', which went down to an atomic '''atomic''' scale.



** ''Phantom Manor'' is the French version of ''The Haunted Mansion'' at Disneyland Paris in a house awfully reminiscent to Bates Manor in ''{{Film/Psycho}}'' and is set to an original backstory integrated with the themed Frontierland it's located in.

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** ''Phantom Manor'' is the French version of ''The Haunted Mansion'' at Disneyland Paris in (in a house awfully reminiscent to Bates Manor in ''{{Film/Psycho}}'' ''{{Film/Psycho}}'') and is set to an original backstory integrated with the themed Frontierland it's located in.



** Guerrilla Movie: ''Film/EscapeFromTomorrow'', a black-and-white film about a man slowly going crazy (or is he?) during a family vacation, was secretly filmed at Disney World and Disneyland. The director was amazed he, his actors (who hid their scripts on their [=iPhones=]), and crew wasn't caught; then again what's one more a guy with a camera at Disney World?

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** Guerrilla Movie: ''Film/EscapeFromTomorrow'', a black-and-white film "guerrilla movie" about a man slowly going crazy (or is he?) during a family vacation, was secretly filmed at Disney World and Disneyland. The director was amazed he, his actors (who hid their scripts on their [=iPhones=]), and crew wasn't caught; then again what's one more a guy with a camera at Disney World?
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* ((Fanservice}}: Usually unintentional (It's Disney after all), but some of the female parade dancers wear pretty short skirts for being in a Disney Theme Park, especially the dancers on some of the parades in Europe. This equally goes for some of the male actors portraying musclebound, open-shirted characters.

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* ((Fanservice}}: {{Fanservice}}: Usually unintentional (It's (it's Disney after all), but some of the female parade dancers wear pretty short skirts for being in a Disney Theme Park, especially the dancers on some of the parades in Europe. This equally goes for some of the male actors portraying musclebound, open-shirted characters.



* FirstInstallmentWins: Within the domestic parks, [[http://passport2dreams.blogspot.com/2012/02/on-integrity.html there has been a tendency]] for unique elements of some of Walt Disney World's versions of iconic attractions to be chipped away in favor of maintaining consistency with their original Disneyland counterparts.
18th Jul '17 12:11:43 AM tropeminer
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* ((Fanservice}}: Usually unintentional (It's Disney after all), but some of the female parade dancers wear pretty short skirts for being in a Disney Theme Park, especially the dancers on some of the parades in Europe. This equally goes for some of the male actors portraying musclebound, open-shirted characters.



* LighterAndSofter: ''Mystic Manor'' at Hong Kong is much lighter than its ''Haunted Mansion'' counterparts (and much, ''much'' lighter than its ''Phantom Manor'' counterpart!), featuring an adorable little monkey, much brighter lighting, a musical score more adventurous than spooky (and by Music/DannyElfman, no less), a tone of general whimsy rather than dark comedy, and as a matter of fact, no ghosts whatsoever- just magic. Apparently, this was done due to [[ValuesDissonance Chinese cultural views regarding spirits and the paranormal]]; that is, that they're evil and undesirable, and certainly nothing to laugh at.

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* LighterAndSofter: ''Mystic Manor'' at Hong Kong Disneyland is much lighter than its ''Haunted Mansion'' counterparts (and definately much, ''much'' lighter than its ''Phantom Manor'' counterpart!), Manor''), featuring an adorable little monkey, much brighter lighting, a musical score more adventurous than spooky (and by Music/DannyElfman, no less), a tone of general whimsy rather than dark comedy, and as a matter of fact, no ghosts whatsoever- just whatsoever-just magic. Apparently, this was done due to [[ValuesDissonance Chinese cultural views regarding spirits and the paranormal]]; that is, that they're evil and undesirable, and certainly nothing to laugh at.



** GuerrillaMovie: ''Film/EscapeFromTomorrow'', a black-and-white film about a man slowly going crazy (or is he?) during a family vacation, was secretly filmed at Disney World and Disneyland. The director was amazed he, his actors (who hid their scripts on their [=iPhones=]), and crew wasn't caught; then again what's one more a guy with a camera at Disney World?

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** GuerrillaMovie: Guerrilla Movie: ''Film/EscapeFromTomorrow'', a black-and-white film about a man slowly going crazy (or is he?) during a family vacation, was secretly filmed at Disney World and Disneyland. The director was amazed he, his actors (who hid their scripts on their [=iPhones=]), and crew wasn't caught; then again what's one more a guy with a camera at Disney World?



* [[MrFanservice Mr.]][=/=]MsFanservice: Some of the female parade dancers wear pretty short skirts for being in a Disney Theme Park. Especially the dancers on some of the parades in Europe. This equally goes for some of the male actors portraying musclebound, open-shirted characters.
17th Jul '17 10:46:21 PM KeegdnaB42
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** The revamp of Future World announced at D23 2017 appears to be abandoning the TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture premise altogether. Outside of Mission: SPACE and the new Guardians of the Galaxy ride, the sci-fi elements will be scaled back significantly, and Innoventions will be torn down in favor of redeveloping the central plaza with more greenspace. The end result shifts the philosophy of the park to a more holistic idea of "the future" that's more about celebrating progress made and embracing progress to come.
16th Jul '17 6:18:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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The six ThemePark resorts owned and operated by The Walt Creator/{{Disney}} Company under the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts subsidiary, also known simply as Disney Parks. Their best-known attractions include state-of-the-art rides and shows based upon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney films]], as well as spectacular parades, fireworks and other live performances. You want to make sure [[ImGoingToDisneyWorld everyone knows you're going there.]]

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The six ThemePark {{Theme Park|s}} resorts owned and operated by The Walt Creator/{{Disney}} Company under the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts subsidiary, also known simply as Disney Parks. Their best-known attractions include state-of-the-art rides and shows based upon [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon the Disney films]], as well as spectacular parades, fireworks and other live performances. You want to make sure [[ImGoingToDisneyWorld everyone knows you're going there.]]
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