History Ride / DisneyThemeParks

20th Oct '17 11:12:28 AM jtierney50
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** The stage show at Disneyland, Mickey and the Magical Map, has Mickey, Yen Sid (the sorcerer from ''The Sorcerer's Apprentice''), Tiana and Louis from ''The Princess and the Frog'', Sebastian from ''The Little Mermaid'', King Louie from ''The Jungle Book'', Pocahontas from ''Pocahontas'', Mulan from ''Mulan'', Rapunzel and Flynn Rider from ''Tangled'', and Stitch from ''Lilo and Stitch''.
20th Oct '17 9:26:07 AM jtierney50
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* RecurringLocation: almost every resort around the world has their own version of the Magic Kingdom in generally the same layout, starting with Disneyland and going all the way to Shanghai. They (usually) each have a Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Adventureland, and Frontierland, although the appearances and attractions of these lands can vary wildly.
** Rides are also often recreated between parks so that guests in California can enjoy an attraction without having to travel all the way to Florida. For example, the Haunted Mansion appears in almost every park (in Hong Kong, it's been replaced by Mystic Manor, and is called Phantom Manor in Paris), and Space Mountain does as well.
20th Oct '17 9:06:24 AM jtierney50
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** The Enchanted Tiki Room in WDW got infamously updated to become The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management, featuring [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Iago]] and [[Disney/TheLionKing Zazu]] as said new management. It changed back to the original in 2011.
20th Oct '17 9:03:02 AM jtierney50
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** Besides Dole Whip, there are several other fan-favorite snacks and meals at Disneyland. They include the Main Street corndogs, churros (especially special-edition golden churros), the New Orleans Square Monte Cristo sandwich and Mint Julep, and the infamous giant turkey leg ([[BrokenBase although some are put off by the sheer size of it]]).
20th Oct '17 6:44:18 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* {{Creepypasta}}: Given the fact that some people find scary things in the park, and that people love to try and make things grim dark, the parks are a somewhat common target.



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* {{Creepypasta}}: Given the fact that some people find scary things in the park, and that people love to try and make things grim and dark, the parks are a somewhat common target.
19th Oct '17 11:05:45 PM jtierney50
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* [[CompositeCharacter Composite Ride]]: The [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea]] ride combined elements from Verne's novel, such as the presence of Atlantis, the trip under the Ice Cap and the Graveyard of Lost Ships, which weren't in the movie, but were in the book. As well as that, the Franchise/IndianaJones Adventure ride in California takes place in India and is clearly an {{Expy}} of the [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom Temple Of Doom]], from it taking place in 1935 India, to having an Indian influence in the architecture, a (malfunctioning) DescendingCeiling and a Hindu deity, while Tokyo's has it in South America. But the boulder from the first movie shows up, and some rooms are similar to the Temple in the Last Crusade.

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The [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea]] ride combined elements from Verne's novel, such as the presence of Atlantis, the trip under the Ice Cap and the Graveyard of Lost Ships, which weren't in the movie, but were in the book. As well as that, the book.
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Franchise/IndianaJones Adventure ride in California takes place in India and is clearly an {{Expy}} of the [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom Temple Of Doom]], from it taking place in 1935 India, to having an Indian influence in the architecture, a (malfunctioning) DescendingCeiling and a Hindu deity, while Tokyo's has it in South America. But the boulder from the first movie shows up, and some rooms are similar to the Temple in the Last Crusade.Crusade.
** ''Ride/StarTours: the Adventure Continues'' technically takes place between Episodes III and IV. However, as of 2015, characters from ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' also appear, making it a mashup of a variety of different time periods. By now, you can be chased by Darth Vader in the opening, receive a message from Finn and BB-8, and crash land on a prequel-era Naboo.
29th Sep '17 10:26:25 AM jtierney50
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** Opening Jessica Rabbit's mailbox in Disneyland's Toontown gets you a lot of ... suspect lines from her, including "I hope I get some strong handsome ... [[UnusualEuphemism mail]] today" and "Ohh, this is much better than pattycake" (which, according to ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', is the Toon equivalent of sex).
25th Sep '17 2:59:30 PM khalcyon2011
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** From the ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' preshow: "But please, do not put on the safety goggles [3D glasses] until you are safely seated safely inside the theater safely."

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** Appropriately enough, given [[Creator/EricIdle the narrating actor's]] [[Creator/MontyPython background]]: From the ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' preshow: "But please, do not put on the safety goggles [3D glasses] until you are safely seated safely inside the theater safely."
25th Sep '17 2:44:47 PM khalcyon2011
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** The storyline in ''Phantom Manor'' could somewhat be considered slightly darker than its American ''Haunted Mansion'' counterparts.

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** The storyline in ''Phantom Manor'' could is somewhat be considered slightly darker than its American ''Haunted Mansion'' counterparts.
12th Sep '17 4:18:54 AM SammyDragon92
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** Disneyland Paris' version of Space Mountain however is ''completely'' different. Featuring an outdoor load/unload area, an inclined launch up the side of the dome and even ''inversions!'' If it wasn't for the fact that it actually opened about half a decade prior, it would probably be more accurate to call it "Rock N' RollerCoaster [-IN SPACE-]"...

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** Disneyland Paris' version of Space Mountain however is ''completely'' different. Featuring an outdoor load/unload area, an inclined launch up the side of the dome and even ''inversions!'' If it wasn't for the fact that it actually opened about half a decade prior, it would probably be more accurate to call it "Rock N' RollerCoaster Roller Coaster [-IN SPACE-]"...
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