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I Remember... Lost Attractions of WDW & More Discuss Favorite Forgotton Ride in the I Remember... forums; Are you sure the starting price wasn't $20,000.00? My DD and I saw it at the Mousesurplus warehouse in March. If it had been $2,000.00, I'm pretty sure I would ...
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    Are you sure the starting price wasn't $20,000.00?

    My DD and I saw it at the Mousesurplus warehouse in March. If it had been $2,000.00, I'm pretty sure I would have bought it!
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    "If You Had Wings" and "Mickey Mouse Review" -at least their old locations are being used for fun attractions.

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    Forgotten Ride

    20,000 Leagues
    Disneyland 1959, '61, '63, '64, '65, '66
    WDW 1992, '95, '05, '07, December '08

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    Hmmmm... as a kid i used to love the canoes... and I seem to vaguely remember a swanboat from the very early days. Do they still have the keelboats? Those were pretty cool too. Miss the magix shop and penny arcade, and hated to see the Living Seas and River of Time (Mexico) rides turned into cartoons.

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    I know this isn't a ride but I loved it all the same Tarzan Rocks! I loved it and I saw it one year like three times and then came back the next year and it was gone so I was really dissappointed by that

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    God, there's just too many of them!

    Magic Kingdom:
    Alien Encounter (wouldn't call myself S.I.R. for nothing)
    The Timekeeper (Robin Williams was great, underrated show)
    Mr. Toad's Wild Ride (driving that car was the highlight of my day)
    Sword in the Stone (I actually was king of Disney World when I was 8. For 10 seconds!)
    Main Street (When it was hot, the cinema was always great to watch the classic Steamboat Willie)

    Epcot:
    Horizons (the perfect Epcot attraction. Like Mission:SPACE, but they could have built that without destroying Horizons)
    World of Motion (just like Horizons, great attraction. But I do love Test Track, so I'm split on the two)
    Journey into Imagination (the original had Disney imagination written all over it. Eric Idle is one of my favorite comics, but it's just not right)
    Captain EO (I only saw it once, I want to see it again. It doesn't matter what MJ did, this movie was awesome)
    Living Seas (What did they do to you?!)

    Studios
    Millionaire (I never got on the show, but I loved it)

    Animal Kingdom:
    DinoLand U.S.A. (What the **** happened? If I wanted Chester and other guy Dino-Rama, I'd go to a parking lot carnival. I want Dinosaurs!)

    As for 20,000 Leagues, it was closed all the time I went, so I unfortunately missed out.

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    20.000 leagues
    Journey into Imagination
    River Country!!
    Mr. Toad
    It wasn't a trip to Disney without going on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride!! My Dad would always joke on the way home that he was going to give us a wild ride like Mr. Toad!! We all sang the Imagination song for weeks after we got home too.

    I really miss the cinema on main street too. I loved seeing all the old black and white original Mikey cartoons!!

    I really can't remember the name of the attraction because we all called it the "Veggie, veggie, fruit, fruit" show!! We probably looked really silly walking around WS for the rest of the day singing "veggie, veggie, fruit, fruit, veggie, fruit, fruit"!!!

    Ahh, the good ol' days!

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    I have to say the Alien Encounter! I loved being scared!

    If i may digress and have a 'lost' show....the Hunchback of Notre Dame show was amazing! I was so disppointed when it was closed.

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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    Mr. Toad's Wild Ride for sure, can you imagine people who have never been on it. And Delta's Dreamflight or whatever the name, I used to ride it over and over.

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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    miss the old rides that Ecpot had shame can't remember all there names
    J&J

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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    Figment

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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    20,000 Leagues


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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    I'm not sure... I forgot ;p

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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    Quote Originally Posted by firemedic View Post
    Gotta be Horizons. I miss that so much! Also, Alien Encounter needs to come back. Down with Stitch!!!
    Indeed, I agree. I would love to see X-S Tech return to Tomorrowland!
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    "If something can't be done with X-S, then it shouldn't be done at all!"



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    Re: Favorite Forgotton Ride

    Quote Originally Posted by Serkazong View Post
    "If You Had Wings" and "Mickey Mouse Review" -at least their old locations are being used for fun attractions.
    I went to Tokyo Disneyland last year and the Mickey Mouse Review was there.. awesome.

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