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    Question Favorite Forgotton Ride

    What is your favorite forgotton ride at WDW?
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    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. It's just... awesome. [when it worked] I also haven't seen it since I was about 6...
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    horizons!! Best ride ever...bad move changing that one!
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    Horizons, definitely! It's hard to explain because it wasn't the most technologically advanced or well-liked ride. Everything was just perfect for me.

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    Gotta' bring back Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. There needs to be a Yesterdayland where they put all the decomissioned rides.
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    Forgotten as in one that many people don't participate in or forgotten as in completely gone?

    If it's the first one I will have to say CoP, glad it's still open, but it's a diamond in the rough to me, too many people pass this one up. (As dated as it may be)

    If it's the latter, I have to say Horizons with Mr. Toad trailing in close behind. Both were so unique.. now they are just figments of my imagination.
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    The classic dark rides seem so unique to Disney parks. Do you think that a Mr. Toad ride could be successful at any other park, like a Six Flags? Themes and nostalgia are so important and Disney spends so much on every detail of perfection, I wonder if the same Mr. Toad was built somewhere else if would have any interest at all? Probably not, and yet it was one of my ab faves.
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    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
    I was much younger back then and would love to go on it and appreciate it as an adult (ahem...assuming I could be classified as such)!

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    Horizons

    I was very young when I remember going on Horizons everytime we went to WDW, and it was the ride other than Spaceship Earth that I was waiting to get onto! I wish Disney would at least release some video in it's memory, they have to at least have a lone ridethrough from before it was torn down.

    Oh well, change, although it can make some angry, is almost always a good thing!

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    Horizons and Mr. Toad, I wish both of these would come back! Mission Space just doesn't do it for me, I never go on it anyway, it is too intense.
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    Gotta be Horizons. I miss that so much! Also, Alien Encounter needs to come back. Down with Stitch!!!



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    I actually miss the Skyway to Tommorowland.
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    Def Alien Encounter! I love being scared and now there's nothing at Disney to make me scared anymore :-(

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    I'd go with Timekeeper, I miss it so much.
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    I loved 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea as a kid. I miss that ride. Mr. Toad was the greatest too. I vaguely remember Horizons. There are lots of rides that are missed.
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