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    Another vote for the CoP!
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    I voted for COP because it is such a classic, but I think that The American Adventure is really the winner - amazing technology, story telling, and music.
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    i love carousel of progress as that was my grandad's fav he always made me go on it with him and even tho he will not be coming with our family on the next trip as he sadly passed away 3 years ago i will still go on it

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    i do love the way the charectors are so old in carousl of progress

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    I really do enjoy them all but I chose the Hall of Presidents, Carousel of Progress and American Adventure. To me those are classics and a great example of how fluid and human-like the audioanimatronics can really be.

    I used to adore the Tiki Room but I've just never been able to get into the New Management version. I really dislike Iago completely in it. Zazu is ok in it I guess. Ultimately my biggest problem is that the two of them are so big in comparison to the rest of the birds and not proportional to what size their equivalent real birds would be. To me the Tiki room was always real birds so it killed it for me. I do still enjoy it but it's no longer a favorite.

    I really like the Country Bear Jamboree but it's just not a favorite of mine. I think because over time it's lost something of it's appeal for me. As I got older I think it started to remind me too much of Chuck E. Cheese.

    As for Stitch... unlike a lot of folks, I really do love this attraction and I am always very impressed with the technology they used in his animatronic. Just... when compared to the Hall of Presidents etc., it's not up at the top for me.
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    Didn't realize you could pick more than one before it was too late, but i do like them all. I picked AA because that is absolutely a must see for me on every trip. Every time I see it a get the lump in the throat and tear in the eye result.

    I also love CoP and Hall, but AA, is the tops too me.

    Country Bear and Tiki Room are really good, but are not must see on every trip.

    I have yet to experience Stitch, but will let you know where it ranks in about a month.
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    Carousel of Progress is a sentimental favorite and always a must see.

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    I find it interesting that COP has the most votes but it is traditionally one of the slowest least visited attractions in the park and is so often rumored to be leaving. This is proof that true Disney fans love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJenn View Post
    I find it interesting that COP has the most votes but it is traditionally one of the slowest least visited attractions in the park and is so often rumored to be leaving. This is proof that true Disney fans love it.
    I hope it doesn't close.

    The last time my wife and I visited WDW (May 2007), COP was closed for most of the day and we were disappointed that we would not get a chance to experience it.

    While waiting online for the Buzz Lightyear ride, we some activity at COP and quickly realized that the ride was opening. We jumped off that line and ran ride in. Plenty of other people seemed excited about it as well.

    It would be a sad day to lose this attraction. Hopefully, COP's historic place in the history of Disney animatronics will provide it with immunity from any future plans to cut it.



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    Re: Favorite WDW Audio-Animatronic Theater Shows?

    I love CoP but honestly don't see it every trip. I think that most fans love the attraction but there is only so frequently you can see the same show. Its been a few trips since I have watched it, next time I will be there.

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    Re: Favorite WDW Audio-Animatronic Theater Shows?

    CoP is not going anywhere. It's a Walt Disney classic.
    I voted for AA. I saw it and CoP for the first time this year and both were great. Just the patriotic theme of AA puts it over the top. Both are incredibly designed. The carousel effect of CoP is just a great example of Walt's genius. And the folks who designed The American Adventure are very in tune with what Walt's visions of Audio-Animatronics could be and his great American heart.
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    Re: Favorite WDW Audio-Animatronic Theater Shows?

    American Adventure all the way!

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    Re: Favorite WDW Audio-Animatronic Theater Shows?

    Although I do like the original version of Tiki Room at Disneyland, I also do like things about the Under New Management one as well. I also voted for Country Bear Jamboree
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