News Announced: Mary Poppins Attraction in UK Pavilion

HauntedPirate

Sheltered-at-home Park nostalgist
Premium Member
I agree with a B by reasonable assessment...why is it a C now?

I'm not even disputing it...just wondering why it is our standards are lower now? Just for discussion purposes.

Excellent question. I've never seen it as more than a 'B', personally. A spinner with very limited capacity, with basically no 'scenery' or show pieces or theming.
 

EPICOT

Well-Known Member
I think Marni stating that Dumbo may be a C ticket nowadays is referencing how standards have dropped. For example, FEA, NRJ, and 7DMT have all had exaggerated ticket ratings in comparison to past standards. (Hope I interpreted that correctly!)

Edit: whoops I did get it backwards
 
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Bocabear

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So then if a spinner ride is a C ticket, what could possibly be a B Ticket? in the old ticket books it was for the Main Street Cinema or the Mike Fink Keel Boats....but it does list the Carousel as an A ticket....so if everything has slipped a space, it would just be a carousel....
Disappointing again...
 

disneygeek90

Premium Member
I think Marni stating that Dumbo may be a C ticket nowadays is referencing how standards have dropped. For example, FEA, NRJ, and 7DMT have all had exaggerated ticket ratings in comparison to past standards. (Hope I interpreted that correctly!)
Dumbo used to be a C and is now a B. "E" tickets are the highest rated attractions, with A and B's being on the low tiers. Dumbo demoted in it's "rating" since the 80s. Which means standards improved, not dropped.
 

Hatbox Ghostbuster

Well-Known Member
An inside source tells me the new IP is Old Gregg
 
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