They made one ages ago (not sure if it's fully made by Disney). It's on that cheapo Disney Parks themed movie pack that I used to see in stores for dirt cheap. It's absolutely horrifying and I wish I've never seen it with my own two eyes. It's been an inside joke between me and my sister for yearsFirst they will have to make a new Live Action Movie out of Wind in the Willows b4/ they green light that project.
The death and train is a big part of the fun. It's not a happy and boring attraction. Toad was a madcap ride that was completely different than most other Disney dark rides. Whether it's made from plywood or fancy material; it's just fun and weird in the best way.OK, fess up... some of you folks figured out a way to vote more then once. How can you all like something that was just half a step up from a roadside carnival fun house. A ride where you die at the end and go to hell after looking at a large selection of day glow painted plywood. I went to it once and never went back again. Pooh isn't the best dark ride ever build but at least it had a happy story line and a character the most people could relate too.
Yeah, it was completely different from other Disney rides because it was a low budget carney ride.The death and train is a big part of the fun. It's not a happy and boring attraction. Toad was a madcap ride that was completely different than most other Disney dark rides. Whether it's made from plywood or fancy material; it's just fun and weird in the best way.
Now that's a good observation.Mr. Toad by a long shot. That ride had energy. To a child, you felt like you were driving the car; which is always great.
Why go to hell? Why not go to hell?Yeah, I picked Toad too, and I started this thread! People are right, it had a charm to it. I like Pooh as well, it had a place but for some reason with the upcoming Animal Kingdom at the time and two rides that have animals in them they didn't find room for either in 1998, but instead had to remove one. The whole "it was just a carnival ride" is overplayed I think. I have never been to a carnival ride that was as good as that. The whole train thing was a little scary to a 10 year old riding it (I mean me).
Lastly, does anyone remember why the train and hell scene were added? So basically in 1955 when this ride was built it would have been in there as well at Disneyland? I am just wondering what the angle was with that. Disney has some dark moments in their rides, Pinocchio comes to mind, but that was pretty dark and maybe even controversial. I mean, why did Mr. Toad die? Or go to hell? Always wondered how that came about.