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    Does anyone remember Time Keeper?? I LOVED that ride/show. Robin Williams was great! and I loved that crazy zany spiky hair. That show was great and it was fun and a great way to cool off. I miss that crazy robot. I wish they would have kept that...Guess we will have to live with the Laugh Floor...
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    It's funny. I remember going to this attraction, but it's been such a long time since then that I don't remember anything about it.

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    I did enjoy the Time Keeper and of course 9 eye, but I really enjoy the Laugh Floor a whole lot more. If I could have both I would love it, but to choose Laugh Floor would get my vote.
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    Re: Time Keeper

    loved seeing the time keeper always went to see this one.
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    Re: Time Keeper

    I know I saw it, but I don't really remember much, if anything, about it either.
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    Re: Time Keeper

    The Timekeeper was the GREATEST Disney attraction ever and I absolutely despise the Laugh Floor

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    Re: Time Keeper

    I loved the timekeeper! It was a lot of fun, and it was a little educational. It really fit into the actual theme of tomorrowland--the land of the promise of things to come. I wish we had more attractions like this... the ones today are great and all, but they lack the special disney park-ness that a lot of these original attractions had...
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    Bring the time keeper back!
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    I only got to see Timekeeper once, but I'm glad I did. Robin Williams is so funny. I wish they coudl've kept both Timekeeper and Laugh Floor. Oh well.

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    Re: Time Keeper

    Wow. I almost forgot about the Time Keeper. That had to be one of the best written attractions ever created. I do miss it, but I don't think they could bring it back with out changing it to fit with the current theme in their show attractions. I just don't feel like it would have the same charm as it once did, now that we interact more with characters in shows. For me, I will always have my memories and poor quality home videos.

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    Re: Time Keeper

    I've been to WDW about 3 times since they opened the Laugh Floor and have yet to see it.
    Personally, I don't like when Disney uses famous actors for the voice work in their attractions. I prefer generic voices because it distracts me when I hear "Mork from Ork" or "Carla from Cheers" talking during the show. I can't stand Billy Crystal and I dislike John Goodman so I guess that's why I've stayed away from the new attraction. I'd be happy if they brought back America the Beautiful but I know that will never happen.

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    Re: Time Keeper

    I wish I could have seen it! The thing that upsets me is that the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor doesn't fit into the story of the New Tomorrowland. It loosely fits by being in the "Tomorrowland Expo Center," I believe. It would have been nice if they left the Timekeeper and put the Laugh Floor in the Studios. Again, it sounds like a great show.

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    Re: Time Keeper

    My wife does not like any of the 360 vision attractions, but my DDs and I liked it, used to love the dinosaur and watch the girls jump.

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    Re: Time Keeper

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    It really fit into the actual theme of tomorrowland...
    This was one of the reasons I loved it so much. The story really captured what seems to be the spirit of Walt's original vision of Tomorrowland. It's an added bonus tribute to Walt that it combined the circlevision and AA technologies that were originally developed under Walt himself. And it had a fantastic score by Bruce Broughton.
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