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The World's Most Magical Celebration - Walt Disney World's 50th anniversary

brb1006

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I nominate either Lucifer from Cinderella or Figaro from Pinocchio.

Oh Figaro!!! Yes. He will be our cat representative.

And speaking of Pinocchio - out of all the fairies in the movies, I would love to see The Blue Fairy represented. She gets no love! Move over Tinkerbell... :D
Y'all are sleeping on Marie from The Aristocats as a true contender as a 50th statue. She's one of the few Disney characters from the pre-renaissance era that still gets attention from modern Disney.
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Giss Neric

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Even with the recent news, two months is still enough time for things to improve hopefully. My only concern is how they would handle crowds and especially their new 50th show. Also, now that HEA is ending for good people will want to see it for the last time in the next month or so.

I don't get the logic of requiring people to wear masks indoors and on attractions but allow them to be like sardines in a can in the castle hub and main street outdoors and without masks at night? Will they discontinue fireworks again?
 

mnelson3

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Even with the recent news, two months is still enough time for things to improve hopefully. My only concern is how they would handle crowds and especially their new 50th show. Also, now that HEA is ending for good people will want to see it for the last time in the next month or so.

I don't get the logic of requiring people to wear masks indoors and on attractions but allow them to be like sardines in a can in the castle hub and main street outdoors and without masks at night? Will they discontinue fireworks again?

Exactly. If things do not get under control I feel fireworks will end again. Quite honestly it might be just as well for them to cut fireworks for the remainder of the summer, helping reduce the spread, then relaunch the end of September/October.
 

Squishy

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Exactly. If things do not get under control I feel fireworks will end again. Quite honestly it might be just as well for them to cut fireworks for the remainder of the summer, helping reduce the spread, then relaunch the end of September/October.
Things would have to get really bad to end fireworks again, in addition they are returning a projection show to DHS on the 1st of August.
 

tcool123

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Things would have to get really bad to end fireworks again, in addition they are returning a projection show to DHS on the 1st of August.
Id argue the projection show is a better move than fireworks simply because they can run projections throughout the night and hypothetically spread crowds throughout the entire night versus a huge glob of people
 

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