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DLR Hall of Presidents

Disney Irish Bruh

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#1
In honor of the passing of the 41st President I wanted to bring this up (though I know its been brought up before).

Does Great Moments with Mr Lincoln need to be updated into the DLR version of the Hall of Presidents? Could even be a mini version having Washinton, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Kennedy, etc.

Thoughts?

Edit - Just to clarify in my update Lincoln would stay as is, but be joined by several key Presidents from our nations history. Like I mentioned Washington, Roosevelt, Kennedy and several others included with Lincoln.
 
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SuddenStorm

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#2
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No.

Right now the version of the show is pure Walt Disney with as close to the original show as we'll likely get. Its classic Disneyland at it's finest.

That can't be said about most of the park.
 

Disney Irish Bruh

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#8
Lincoln is able to stay timelessly about Lincoln. WDW's Hall of Presidents is doomed to be totally replaced at SOME point in the future (it's a big stage, but are we really going to keep adding AAs as time marches on?).
Can you believe in 242 years there have only been 45 Presidents. Basically they could keep adding Presidents for the next 58 years (good ole 300 year mark) and it still wouldn't add very many more.
 

Phrubruh

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#12
Disney's patriotic shows are the heart and soul of the parks. However I can see they need to become relevant to today's audiences. I would suggest they replace the Hall of Presidents with a new show featuring a handful of Presidents that had significant roles in history and how they changed history. I would include Lincoln, FDR, JFK, Washington, probably Reagan and a few others. The show would be duplicated in DLR.
 

Rich T

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#13
I do think Lincoln should stay as is, since it's a very historic park attraction in more ways than one. But I do like the idea of a smaller scale version of Hall of Presidents featuring The Rushmore Gang and a few other heavy hitters. But, of course, we all know Disney will probably never, ever build anything educational ever again... ever. Unless it's about counting cash.
 

SuddenStorm

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#14
I do think Lincoln should stay as is, since it's a very historic park attraction in more ways than one. But I do like the idea of a smaller scale version of Hall of Presidents featuring The Rushmore Gang and a few other heavy hitters. But, of course, we all know Disney will probably never, ever build anything educational ever again... ever. Unless it's about counting cash.
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Disney Irish Bruh

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Original Poster
#15
I do think Lincoln should stay as is, since it's a very historic park attraction in more ways than one. But I do like the idea of a smaller scale version of Hall of Presidents featuring The Rushmore Gang and a few other heavy hitters. But, of course, we all know Disney will probably never, ever build anything educational ever again... ever. Unless it's about counting cash.
I'd be for having a separate attraction. Could even be in the same building if we don't mind losing Disney Gallery and/or Mad Hatter.
 

TwilightZone

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#16
I do think Lincoln should stay as is, since it's a very historic park attraction in more ways than one. But I do like the idea of a smaller scale version of Hall of Presidents featuring The Rushmore Gang and a few other heavy hitters. But, of course, we all know Disney will probably never, ever build anything educational ever again... ever. Unless it's about counting cash.
There's a strong chance of a space ship earth redo, but beyond that, no educational experiences in the future for sure.
To be honest, not that sad.. :cautious:
 
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