History Trivia / DisneyThemeParks

24th Apr '16 5:23:22 PM EclipseMT
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** ''Illuminations'' was originally going to have its score composed by Music/HansZimmer. Due to scheduling conflicts, his colleague Gavin Greenaway was sent instead, by Zimmer's recommendation.

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** ''Illuminations'' was originally going to have its score composed by Music/HansZimmer. Due to scheduling conflicts, conflicts on Zimmer's end, his colleague Gavin Greenaway was sent instead, by Zimmer's recommendation.
24th Apr '16 5:22:46 PM EclipseMT
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* According to one interview of the original Dreamfinder Ron Schneider. He mentioned that there was going to be a TV show starring Dream finder and Figment after he got asked a question about rumors going around about some old footage of Dream finder and Figment inside the Imagination Pavilion. Disney still has footage but it hasn't been released to the public her.
* ''Illuminations'' was originally going to have its score composed by Music/HansZimmer. Due to scheduling conflicts, his colleague Gavin Greenaway was sent instead, by Zimmer's recommendation.

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* ** According to one interview of the original Dreamfinder Ron Schneider. He Schneider, he mentioned that there was going to be a TV show starring Dream finder Dreamfinder and Figment after he got asked a question about rumors going around about some old footage of Dream finder Dreamfinder and Figment inside the Imagination Pavilion. Disney still has footage but it hasn't been released to the public her.
* ** ''Illuminations'' was originally going to have its score composed by Music/HansZimmer. Due to scheduling conflicts, his colleague Gavin Greenaway was sent instead, by Zimmer's recommendation.
24th Apr '16 5:21:10 PM EclipseMT
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* ''Illuminations'' was originally going to have its score composed by Music/HansZimmer. Due to scheduling conflicts, his colleague Gavin Greenaway was sent instead, by Zimmer's recommendation.
23rd Apr '16 4:54:51 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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** Animal Kingdom was originally going to have a mythology-themed area called [[http://jimhillmedia.com/blogs/jim_hill/archive/2001/01/01/309.aspx Beastly Kingdom]] where Camp Minnie-Mickey is now, but it was ultimately scrapped. In a way, the forthcoming Camp Minnie-Mickey replacement -- an ''Film/{{Avatar}}''-themed pavilion -- is something of a return to that concept (land of fictional creatures).
*** Another attraction at Animal Kingdom that signified a return to the concept of a home for mythical creatures is Expedition Everest, which is similar to a proposed attraction for Beastly Kingdom called Dragon Tower, a roller coaster ride through an abandoned castle that culminated in a close encounter with a fire-breathing dragon, except Everest has a yeti instead of a dragon and a snowy mountain taking the place of the castle.

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** Animal Kingdom was originally going to have a mythology-themed area called [[http://jimhillmedia.com/blogs/jim_hill/archive/2001/01/01/309.aspx Beastly Kingdom]] where Camp Minnie-Mickey is now, but it was ultimately scrapped. In a way, the forthcoming Camp Minnie-Mickey replacement -- an ''Film/{{Avatar}}''-themed pavilion -- is something of a return to that concept (land of fictional creatures).
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creatures). Another attraction at Animal Kingdom that signified a return to the concept of a home for mythical creatures is Expedition Everest, which is similar to a proposed attraction for Beastly Kingdom called Dragon Tower, a roller coaster ride through an abandoned castle that culminated in a close encounter with a fire-breathing dragon, except dragon. However, Everest has a yeti instead of a dragon and a snowy mountain taking the place of the castle.castle. Also, Dragon Tower was planned to be an inverted coaster.
22nd Apr '16 11:26:13 PM jimbodeek
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*** Another attraction at Animal Kingdom that signified a return to the concept of a home for mythical creatures is Expedition Everest, which is similar to a proposed attraction for Beastly Kingdom called Dragon Tower, a roller coaster ride through an abandoned castle that culminated in a close encounter with a fire-breathing dragon, except Everest has a yeti instead of a dragon and a snowy mountain taking the place of the castle.
18th Apr '16 6:28:36 PM Prfnoff
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** At ''The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management'', William calls Morris a hockey puck, a favorite insult of his voice actor Don Rickles.
** In the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' stage show at California Adventure, Iago may squawk "Aflac!?" like another bird that Gilbert Gottfried has voiced[[note]]at least, until a series of tweets about the 2011 Japanese tsunami cost him his job as the Aflac Duck[[/note]].

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** At ''The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management'', William calls Morris a hockey puck, a favorite insult of his voice actor Don Rickles.
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** In the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' stage show at California Adventure, Iago may squawk "Aflac!?" like another bird that Gilbert Gottfried Creator/GilbertGottfried has voiced[[note]]at least, until a series of tweets about the 2011 Japanese tsunami cost him his job as the Aflac Duck[[/note]].



* HeyItsThatGuy: Disney parks have an AllStarCast even beyond performers reprising roles from the animated canon, TV shows, or live-action films.
** Everybody recognizes Music/MichaelJackson as ''Film/CaptainEO'', but there's also Anjelica Huston as the Supreme Leader and [[Film/TheProducers Dick Shawn]] as Commander Bog. And Film/BadSanta's partner-in-crime (Tony Cox) as Hooter!
** [[Film/AnimalHouse Tim Matheson]] played the pilot in Epcot's Body Wars (and the ridefilm was directed by Leonard Nimoy).
** Martin Short's unstoppable! He's toplined ''The Making of Me'' and the updated ''O Canada!'' (both Epcot), teamed up with Chevy Chase for ''The Monster Sound Show'' (Disney's Hollywood Studios), and then crossed the pond for ''[=CineMagique=]'' at Walt Disney Studios Paris. ''[=CineMagique=]'' also featured Alan Cumming and Julie Delpy.
** [[Creator/MontyPython Eric Idle]] played Dr. Nigel Channing in ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' and wound up becoming an AscendedExtra -- not only was the specially-filmed preshow of the Tokyo version focused on him, but in Florida the character was ([[ReplacementScrappy to much fan controversy]]) worked into the two revamps of the Journey Into Imagination ride that shared the pavilion with the film.
** Creator/PatrickWarburton plays the chief flight attendant in the pre-flight videos on Soarin' over California. He also voices the thermal scanner droid in the queue to ''Star Tours: The Adventures Continue''.
** Gary Sinise is your training instructor in Mission: Space, resulting in an [[Film/{{Apollo 13}} interesting case]] of ActorAllusion.
** The ''Ellen's Energy Adventure'' version of Epcot's Universe of Energy features Ellen Degeneres, Bill Nye the Science Guy, Jamie Lee Curtis, Alex Trebek, a cameo from Michael Richards as a caveman, and a voiceover by Willard Scott.
** ''The Timekeeper'' (aka ''From Time to Time'') was made for Disneyland Paris initially, and thus has appearances by several European stars. Michel Piccoli has the key role of Jules Verne, but there's also Jeremy Irons as H.G. Wells, and a cameo from Franco Nero as Leonardo da Vinci. Gerard Depardieu had a cameo as an airport baggage handler too, though the relevant scene was cut from the American version of the film.
** The former ''Golden Dreams'' attraction at Disney's California Adventure starred Whoopi Goldberg as Califia.
** ''Back to Neverland'', a film that used to play at the Disney Animation attraction starred Robin Williams and Walter Cronkite.
** The '''very''' short-lived ''Superstar Limo'' ride at Disney's California Adventure featured animatronic caricatures of celebrities left and right, including Tim Allen, Jackie Chan, Drew Carey, Antonio Banderas, among others.
** A bunch of cast members from popular TV shows of 1980s and '90s -- ''The Golden Girls'', ''Cheers'', ''Home Improvement'' -- were incorporated into ''Superstar Television'' (Disney's Hollywood Studios), where the show's whole gimmick was putting audience volunteers into ChromaKey scenes with the stars. But not only did ''Late Night''-era David Letterman appear in the final stretch, he also contributed to the preshow of the nearby ''The Monster Sound Show''.
** Denny Siegel, from the American ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' worked briefly at Disneyland in 2012 as a Main Street performer.
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Troy McClure]] and [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Mr. Potato Head]] as the talent agents at ''The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management'', plus [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Lumiere]] as Pierre.
** Paul Reubens as Rex in the original ''Star Tours'' ride.
** Creator/RobinWilliams and Rhea Perlman in the English-language version of ''The Timekeeper''.
** Creator/ThurlRavenscroft voiced many ride characters. In fact, he's that singing bust everyone mistakes for Walt Disney.
** Creator/PaulFrees did several voices for Disney attractions, too, most notably the Ghost Host in ''The Haunted Mansion''.
** Creator/NeilPatrickHarris is the new announcer for California Screamin'.
** Marsha Mason narrates the opening half of Epcot's Living with the Land boat ride.
** Originally, ''The [=ExtraTERRORestrial=] Alien Encounter'' had Phil Hartman voice the preshow robot, but when this humorous skit proved a bad fit for the actual attraction, it was retooled and he was dropped. The now ''much'' nastier robot's voice was provided by Creator/TimCurry.
** Walter Cronkite, Jeremy Irons, and Judi Dench have all narrated Epcot's Spaceship Earth over the years.
** Epcot's EnsembleDarkhorse Figment the dragon, of the Journey Into Imagination pavilion, was originally voiced by Billy Barty. Barty passed away in 2000, so the 2003 version of the ride brought in Dave Goelz, aka [[Franchise/TheMuppets Gonzo the Great]].
** The original fireworks show at Disney's Hollywood Studios, ''Sorcery in the Sky'', was narrated by Vincent Price.
** Creator/JimCummings, who already does a slew of voice acting for Disney, narrates the introduction to ''Illuminations: Reflections of Earth"
28th Mar '16 10:18:00 AM brb1006
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* TroubledProduction: It appears the entire existence and construction for Shanghai Disney Resort at Mainland China is currently suffering this. From the opening dates being switched from Spring 2016 to June 2016, to the smog issues going on in China at the moment which could be distracting for non-Chinese visitors. And the budget cuts currently effecting Walt Disney World and Disneyland due to the construction of the resort as of February 2016.

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* TroubledProduction: It appears the entire existence and construction for Shanghai Disney Resort at Mainland China is currently suffering this. From the opening dates being switched from Spring 2016 to June 2016, to the smog issues going on in China at the moment which could be distracting for non-Chinese visitors. And the The budget cuts currently effecting Walt Disney World and Disneyland due to the construction of the resort as of February 2016.2016. And the fact that Disney had to make alot of changes to certain sections at the park to appeal to Chinese guests due to people not being very familiar to anything Disney in China outside of Hong Kong.
14th Mar '16 5:27:05 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* ActorAllusion: At ''The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management'', William calls Morris a hockey puck, a favorite insult of his voice actor Don Rickles.

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At ''The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management'', William calls Morris a hockey puck, a favorite insult of his voice actor Don Rickles.
13th Mar '16 9:35:07 PM Red-Dead-Redeemer
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* MissingEpisode: In the early 80's when Disney Channel was new. There was a show possibly never-aired called [[http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Dreamfinders]] which starred Dream finder and Figment. The show has been reported to have 3 episodes made but have never been released to the public.

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* MissingEpisode: In the early 80's when Disney Channel was new. There was a show possibly never-aired called [[http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Dreamfinders]] com/wiki/Dreamfinders Dreamfinders]] which starred Dream finder and Figment. The show has been reported to have 3 episodes made but have never been released to the public.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: So many examples...Quite a lot of unused concepts for attractions come up online.[[http://waltdatedworld.bravepages.com/id203.htm Have a look here]] and [[http://www.theneverlandfiles.com/tnf/ here]].

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: So many examples...Quite a lot of unused concepts for attractions come up online. [[http://waltdatedworld.bravepages.com/id203.htm Have a look here]] and [[http://www.theneverlandfiles.com/tnf/ here]].



** The Epcot theme park at Walt Disney World was originally planned as a [[WhatCouldHaveBeen fully-functioning city]] rather than a theme park, and was a major part of Walt Disney's personal plans for "The Florida Project." After Walt died, the idea fell by the wayside for over a decade. When the plans were revisited, the prospect of building Epcot as a functional city exactly as Walt envisioned it was simply too impossible, so it was re-tooled into a theme park. The basic idea of Disney forming their own city was not forgotten however, and the idea was later realized when Disney created the town of Celebration, FL. Coincidentally, the original idea for Epcot also inspired the design of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]].

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** The Epcot theme park at Walt Disney World was originally planned as a [[WhatCouldHaveBeen fully-functioning city]] city rather than a theme park, and was a major part of Walt Disney's personal plans for "The Florida Project." After Walt died, the idea fell by the wayside for over a decade. When the plans were revisited, the prospect of building Epcot as a functional city exactly as Walt envisioned it was simply too impossible, so it was re-tooled into a theme park. The basic idea of Disney forming their own city was not forgotten however, and the idea was later realized when Disney created the town of Celebration, FL. Coincidentally, the original idea for Epcot also inspired the design of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]].



** Animal Kingdom was originally going to have a mythology-themed area called [[http://jimhillmedia.com/blogs/jim_hill/archive/2001/01/01/309.aspx Beastly Kingdom]] where Camp Minnie-Mickey is now, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but it was ultimately scrapped]]. In a way, the forthcoming Camp Minnie-Mickey replacement -- an ''Film/{{Avatar}}''-themed pavilion -- is something of a return to that concept (land of fictional creatures).

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** Animal Kingdom was originally going to have a mythology-themed area called [[http://jimhillmedia.com/blogs/jim_hill/archive/2001/01/01/309.aspx Beastly Kingdom]] where Camp Minnie-Mickey is now, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but it was ultimately scrapped]].scrapped. In a way, the forthcoming Camp Minnie-Mickey replacement -- an ''Film/{{Avatar}}''-themed pavilion -- is something of a return to that concept (land of fictional creatures).



*** The Land would gain an outdoor hedge maze and an outdoor "rainforest" roller coaster, as well as a clone of the Disney's California Adventure attraction ''Soarin''' (which actually did end up happening). The Living Seas would become an attraction rethemed to the Little Mermaid called Under The Sea, while the Imagination dark ride would get a retheme to Monsters, Inc. (of all things).

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*** The Land would gain an outdoor hedge maze and an outdoor "rainforest" roller coaster, as well as a clone of the Disney's California Adventure attraction ''Soarin''' (which actually did end up happening). The Living Seas would become an attraction rethemed re-themed to the Little Mermaid called Under The Sea, while the Imagination dark ride would get a retheme re-theme to Monsters, Inc. (of all things).
13th Mar '16 9:25:42 PM Red-Dead-Redeemer
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* DevelopmentHell
** We've been teased one or more new "countries" for World Showcase for ''decades'' now. Additionally, there were plans to add a Mt. Fuji-themed rollercoaster to the Japan area for a very long time. The idea finally got off the ground (sorta) in the form of Expedition Everest over at Animal Kingdom.

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* DevelopmentHell
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** We've been teased one or more new "countries" for World Showcase for ''decades'' now. Additionally, there were plans to add a Mt. Fuji-themed rollercoaster roller coaster to the Japan area for a very long time. The idea finally got off the ground (sorta) in the form of Expedition Everest over at Animal Kingdom.



** Sora could be seen back when the first game came out, but [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/disney/images/4/47/Sora_DLP.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20111030182254 the costume]] [[Main/UncannyValley left much to be desired.]]

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** Sora could be seen back when the first game came out, but [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/disney/images/4/47/Sora_DLP.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20111030182254 the costume]] [[Main/UncannyValley [[UncannyValley left much to be desired.]]desired]].



** [[Creator/MontyPython Eric Idle]] played Dr. Nigel Channing in ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' and wound up becoming an AscendedExtra -- not only was the specially-filmed preshow of the Tokyo version focused on him, but in Florida the character was ([[ReplacementScrappy to much fan controversy]]) worked into the two revamps of the Journey Into Imagination ride that shared the pavillion with the film.

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** [[Creator/MontyPython Eric Idle]] played Dr. Nigel Channing in ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' and wound up becoming an AscendedExtra -- not only was the specially-filmed preshow of the Tokyo version focused on him, but in Florida the character was ([[ReplacementScrappy to much fan controversy]]) worked into the two revamps of the Journey Into Imagination ride that shared the pavillion pavilion with the film.



** Epcot's EnsembleDarkhorse Figment the dragon, of the Journey Into Imagination pavillion, was originally voiced by Billy Barty. Barty passed away in 2000, so the 2003 version of the ride brought in Dave Goelz, aka [[Franchise/TheMuppets Gonzo the Great]].

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** Epcot's EnsembleDarkhorse Figment the dragon, of the Journey Into Imagination pavillion, pavilion, was originally voiced by Billy Barty. Barty passed away in 2000, so the 2003 version of the ride brought in Dave Goelz, aka [[Franchise/TheMuppets Gonzo the Great]].



* UrbanLegendOfZelda: "*insert ride here* is getting closed down and remade!" is one that frequently makes the rounds and it's (almost...) never true. Journey Into Imagination seems to be the most popular subject of this rumour thanks to its wildly popular first incarnation and resultant heavy dose of TheyChangedItNowItSucks from those who dislike the revamped version.

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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: "*insert ride here* is getting closed down and remade!" is one that frequently makes the rounds and it's (almost...) never true. Journey Into Imagination seems to be the most popular subject of this rumour rumor thanks to its wildly popular first incarnation and resultant heavy dose of TheyChangedItNowItSucks from those who dislike the revamped version.



*** One of the singings busts in the graveyard section bears an uncanny resemblance to Walt Disney himself and many people assume it's him; it's actually Thurl Ravenscroft (and yes, that's his voice singing).
*** One rumor was that Disney would put in characters from the 2003 movie adaptation in the ride, much like how ''Pirates of the Carribean'' put in Jack Sparrow and Barbossa from the films into the ride.
*** There are also plenty of rumours about Walt Disney's cremains being stored in an urn somewhere in the ride, as well as that the ride is haunted by his spirit (or possibly some others). The latter will probably depend on your belief in the supernatural, but Disney has vigorously denied that the former is true. The ride is, however, a popular place for relatives of deceased Disney-lovers to dump their cremains (much to the chagrin of the ride's operators, who have to clean up the ashes).
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: So many examples...Quite a lot of unused concepts for attractions come up online. [[http://waltdatedworld.bravepages.com/id203.htm Have a look here]] and [[http://www.theneverlandfiles.com/tnf/ here]].

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*** One of the singings singing busts in the graveyard section bears an uncanny resemblance to Walt Disney himself and many people assume it's him; it's actually Thurl Ravenscroft (and yes, that's his voice singing).
*** One rumor was that Disney would put in characters from the 2003 movie adaptation in the ride, much like how ''Pirates of the Carribean'' put in Jack Sparrow and Barbossa from the films into the ride.
ride.
*** There are also plenty of rumours rumors about Walt Disney's cremains being stored in an urn somewhere in the ride, as well as that the ride is haunted by his spirit (or possibly some others). The latter will probably depend on your belief in the supernatural, but Disney has vigorously denied that the former is true. The ride is, however, a popular place for relatives of deceased Disney-lovers to dump their cremains (much to the chagrin of the ride's operators, who have to clean up the ashes).
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: So many examples...Quite a lot of unused concepts for attractions come up online. [[http://waltdatedworld.bravepages.com/id203.htm Have a look here]] and [[http://www.theneverlandfiles.com/tnf/ here]].



** The Epcot theme park at Walt Disney World was originally planned as a [[WhatCouldHaveBeen fully-functioning city]] rather than a theme park, and was a major part of Walt Disney's personal plans for "The Florida Project." After Walt died, the idea fell by the wayside for over a decade. When the plans were revisited, the prospect of building Epcot as a functional city exactly as Walt envisioned it was simply too impossible, so it was re-tooled into a theme park. The basic idea of Disney forming their own city was not forgotten however, and the idea was later realized when Disney created the town of Celebration, FL. Coincidentaly, the original idea for Epcot also inspired the design of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]].
** Disney's Hollywood Studios grew out of plans for a moviemaking-themed pavillion at Epcot's Future World.
** Animal Kingdom was originally going to have a mythology-themed area called [[http://jimhillmedia.com/blogs/jim_hill/archive/2001/01/01/309.aspx Beastly Kingdom]] where Camp Minnie-Mickey is now, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but it was ultimately scrapped]]. In a way, the forthcoming Camp Minnie-Mickey replacement -- an ''Film/{{Avatar}}''-themed pavillion -- is something of a return to that concept (land of fictional creatures).

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** The Epcot theme park at Walt Disney World was originally planned as a [[WhatCouldHaveBeen fully-functioning city]] rather than a theme park, and was a major part of Walt Disney's personal plans for "The Florida Project." After Walt died, the idea fell by the wayside for over a decade. When the plans were revisited, the prospect of building Epcot as a functional city exactly as Walt envisioned it was simply too impossible, so it was re-tooled into a theme park. The basic idea of Disney forming their own city was not forgotten however, and the idea was later realized when Disney created the town of Celebration, FL. Coincidentaly, Coincidentally, the original idea for Epcot also inspired the design of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgar]].
** Disney's Hollywood Studios grew out of plans for a moviemaking-themed pavillion movie making-themed pavilion at Epcot's Future World.
** Animal Kingdom was originally going to have a mythology-themed area called [[http://jimhillmedia.com/blogs/jim_hill/archive/2001/01/01/309.aspx Beastly Kingdom]] where Camp Minnie-Mickey is now, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen but it was ultimately scrapped]]. In a way, the forthcoming Camp Minnie-Mickey replacement -- an ''Film/{{Avatar}}''-themed pavillion pavilion -- is something of a return to that concept (land of fictional creatures).



** According to this fan website, [[hiddenmickeys.org/]] the electric umbrella was going to be replaced by "test track café." Why it didn't happen is currently unknown.

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** According to [[http://www.hiddenmickeys.org/HiddenMickey.html this fan website, [[hiddenmickeys.org/]] website]], the electric umbrella was going to be replaced by "test track café." Why it didn't happen is currently unknown.



* ''The Main Street Electrical Parade'' has temporarily returned to Magic Kingdom twice since originally being replaced by ''Spectromagic'', most recently in 2010 where they brought it back for the summer until popular demand saw them change it to an open-ended run. [[BlatantLies That's what they told everyone at least]]. The not so well kept secret was that Spectro was in desperate need of refurbishment, and since they needed to get MSEP out of California Adventure because of concerns over crowd control before ''Ride/WorldOfColor'' opened, they figured bringing it back to Florida was the best way to handle both situations. As of July 2013, the "open ended run" has been going for over 3 years. However, the refurbished Spectro floats have been spotted backstage at MK signalling its return is imminent, athough no one knows exactly when.

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* ''The Main Street Electrical Parade'' has temporarily returned to Magic Kingdom twice since originally being replaced by ''Spectromagic'', most recently in 2010 where they brought it back for the summer until popular demand saw them change it to an open-ended run. [[BlatantLies That's what they told everyone at least]]. The not so well kept secret was that Spectro was in desperate need of refurbishment, and since they needed to get MSEP out of California Adventure because of concerns over crowd control before ''Ride/WorldOfColor'' opened, they figured bringing it back to Florida was the best way to handle both situations. As of July 2013, the "open ended run" has been going for over 3 years. However, the refurbished Spectro floats have been spotted backstage at MK signalling its return is imminent, athough although no one knows exactly when.



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