Thursday, August 23, 2007

The Disney theme-park ideas that never came to fruition...

From Wikipedia. I was hoping for some uber-bizarre rides or exhibits, maybe a death-defying plunge into the mascot actors' locker rooms, but these will do. The thrill I got as a young child at Epcot by being able to talk to someone through a television screen was worth the price of admission alone. And the animatronics. One can never have enough animatronics.

I would've paid big bucks to check out the Soviet Union Pavillion. And it's no wonder the Israel idea was shot down over security concerns.

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