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britain

Well-Known Member
In honor of the effective deconstruction of Tomorrowland '94, I've been enjoying this video by @marni1971. After minor updates during the 70's & 80's, we get a full run down of all additions for the new Tomorrowland including original Alien Encounter, tweaked Alien Encounter, Timekeeper and more:


EDIT: Hey @marni1971, part 3 of 3 is blocked in the US for copyright issues apparently?
 
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marni1971

WDW History nut
Premium Member
Original Poster
In honor of the effective deconstruction of Tomorrowland '94, I've been enjoying this video by @marni1971. After minor updates during the 70's & 80's, we get a full run down of all additions for the new Tomorrowland including original Alien Encounter, tweaked Alien Encounter, Timekeeper and more:


EDIT: Hey @marni1971, part 3 of 3 is blocked in the US for copyright issues apparently?
Embarrassingly old but I’m happy you’re enjoying them :)

If part three is blocked I’m afraid I can’t help that. Is it perhaps also on my website (with its videos hosted via Vimeo?)
 

Andrew C

Are you for SCUBA?
Premium Member
And yet people still find ways to defend the management of the parks and executives of said managers.

"But...but...but...Star Wars Land! And....and....and Toy Story Land. And...and.....and New Hotels and DVC and Transportation options!! See, they are spending money on upgrades and doing a bang up job!"

Something about stepping over dollars to pick up pennies (I'm lookin' at you Pecos Bill guac). Or the devil is in the details (Hello, Monsieur Cardboard). Or some such similar cliche.
I would imagine most reasonable individuals will defend them when it comes to certain items, while at the same time criticize when it comes to other items when necessary. Not sure why it has to be an either-or for some.
 

Missing20K

Well-Known Member
I would imagine most reasonable individuals will defend them when it comes to certain items, while at the same time criticize when it comes to other items when necessary. Not sure why it has to be an either-or for some.
It's not, however, My point was there are also a sizable number of posters here that will point to those big ticket items whilst ignoring the smaller details, and defending the company for not addressing said smaller details.

I think, myself, and a good portion of posters here, fall into the category of defending the company when they do well, and criticizing the company when they fall short. I was attempting to point out the shortcomings with a bit of poor humor/sarcasm. ;)
 

geekza

Well-Known Member
part 3 of 3 is blocked in the US for copyright issues apparently?
This is why I try and download Martin's videos for offline viewing almost as soon as they're uploaded. YouTube's copyright system is the worst. Even if something should be covered by Fair Use, their system is, "This is blocked. You're a criminal. Prove you're not except we won't give you an easy way to do so."
 

DisneyExpert

Well-Known Member
Will the PeopleMover have to close temporarily to remove the "fins"?
I swear Martin said the fins were staying, but I could be wrong? I hope they go.

EDIT: Never mind, ignore me. I found the relevant post a few pages back, and he did indeed say they would be removed. It's been a long day at work lol. RIP Ugly Fins, good riddance!
 
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