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Holy Shnikeys! Mickey Mouse in Living Color....HURRY


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#1 of 10 OFFLINE   Tom Rags

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Posted February 21 2003 - 04:17 AM

These are temporarily in stock at the Walt Disney World Store.

Calll in over the phone and request the Disney Treasures Tin Mickey Mouse in Living Color 2-disc DVD set. They are in stock (but certainly not for long). I just called and ordered one. It is $32.99, but mine came to $43 after shipping and handling to Syracuse, NY Posted Image Not the greatest "price," but who cares? This is still a hell of a lot cheaper than getting it on ebay.

Move it or lose it!

Disney World phone number = 407-363-6200

Edit: If they are out of stock at the previous number, try this one- 407-828-1451.

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Posted February 21 2003 - 06:07 AM

I saw a few of them at the toy store in Downtown Disney when I was there at the end of January. All copies in that store had dents in the tins, though. There were two copies at a store in MGM Studios which I saw earlier which actually appeared undented and I picked one of those up for myself. Neil

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Posted February 21 2003 - 06:56 AM

They are very accessible here in the Orlando area either at the local malls or like you said downtown Disney or other parks... Good luck, Roy C.
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#4 of 10 OFFLINE   Tom Rags

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Posted February 21 2003 - 08:06 AM

Unforunately for those of us in the rest of the country, these things are pretty darn hard to come by. Must be nice to live next to disneyworld (you lucky shmucks! Posted Image ).
BTW, OT, the Tower of Terror is my favorite ride of all time. The attention to detail there is uncanny.

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Posted March 03 2003 - 05:47 AM

> BTW, OT, the Tower of Terror is my favorite ride of all time. The attention to detail there is uncanny. Yeah, I'd like to know who plays Rod Serling in that. Have you been on it since they enhanced it?

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Posted March 03 2003 - 05:59 AM

We'll be getting our own Tower of Terror here in California this summer! Imagine that, a Hollywood Tower of Terror only an hour's drive from the real Hollywood. :P) -Lyle J.P.

#7 of 10 OFFLINE   Tom Rags

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Posted March 03 2003 - 02:30 PM

[quote] Yeah, I'd like to know who plays Rod Serling in that. Have you been on it since they enhanced it? [quote]

Chris, check out tower-of-terror.com ...its got some great info on this and other tidbits about the ride. I am driving to Orlando with my GF on Saturday from Syracuse, NY, and I expect to be on the TOT sometime next week Posted Image I hear that the enhancements are that there are now different series of drops, and that it is completely random (so you don't know what is coming when it is time to drop). Also, I think they added additional holograms of the family at the bottom of the drop, but I can't confirm this myself. I can't wait to see Posted Image

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Posted March 04 2003 - 12:41 AM

Each day there is a different sequence of drops programmed in. There are at least 4 different sequences (someone who works there told us that the day we were there it was #4). Neil

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Posted March 19 2003 - 04:38 AM

Are theese still available in any B&M:s or have they all ended up on Ebay.. Posted Image

Since I'm from Sweden I couldn't get in on the order from WDS.

#10 of 10 OFFLINE   Chris Lockwood

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Posted March 24 2003 - 02:26 PM

Interesting... no wonder the guy on the TV looks so much like Serling. Posted Image

The best seat on the ride is in the middle of the back row. It's the only one that doesn't have a lap bar, just a chain that can be fastened loosely, if you like floating above the seat. Your odds of getting that seat are better if you ride alone.

I think the most fun is watching the reaction of the first timers, who usually think the ride will just go straight up, then down.




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