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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    6) At Walt Disney World, where can you have "wild stick-horse races" during dinner?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    7) What was the name of the upstairs "playground" at the Imagination pavilion at EPCOT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post

    3) Who narrated the opening sequence of the Share a Dream Come True parade for Walt Disney World's 100 Years of Magic?

    5) What two cities are incorporated into the Walt Disney World property?

    8) How long was the Haunted Mansion attraction in development before opening in August, 1969?
    3. Julie Andrews.

    5. I believe this is Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake.

    8. The mansion exterior was built in 1963 but was vacant until 1969 when 999 ghosts moved in. The original concept though dates back even earlier than that but I don't know the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badkitty View Post
    5. I believe this is Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake.
    If this is the correct answer, I must've misread the question. When you said city, for some reason I was thinking of the Disney-created places like Golden Oak and even Celebration, Florida.

    If that's a wrong answer... another guess I could give is both Orlando and Kissimmee, Florida?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    1) What distinction does the Matterhorn attraction at Disneyland hold in terms of industry standards?
    Dc got this one: it was the first steel-tubular roller coaster. Coasters since then have almost all been steel track.

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    3) Who narrated the opening sequence of the Share a Dream Come True parade for Walt Disney World's 100 Years of Magic?
    BK got this one correct, with Julie Andrews.

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    5) What two cities are incorporated into the Walt Disney World property?
    BK again, with Bay Lake and Lake Buena Vista. These two "cities" were built to allow the Disney property to govern itself (set up like a county government) with the Reedy Creek Improvement District.

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    6) At Walt Disney World, where can you have "wild stick-horse races" during dinner?
    Zawadi was right on this one: Whispering Canyon at Wilderness Lodge. If you've never eaten there before, I highly recommend it

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    7) What was the name of the upstairs "playground" at the Imagination pavilion at EPCOT?
    DC was correct: the ImageWorks. Not sure about the "What If?" part, though...LOL...I just remember the rainbow tunnel, the "green screen" film thing, the needle-pictures, the light-sound thing, the "conduct your orchestra" thing, the "Paint Figment' computers...

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    8) How long was the Haunted Mansion attraction in development before opening in August, 1969?
    BK was partially correct: A "Haunted House" attraction was initially drawn into Walt's idea for the little "Mickey Mouse Park" in 1953. The building in New Orleans Square *was* built in 1963, even though NOS didn't officially begin construction until after 1965's World's Fair in New York.

    [QUOTE=Main Street Jim;2330477]9) What attraction's theme song makes an "appearance" in Disney's Meet the Robinsons?DC got this one correct.

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    10) What was the original concept behind Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room?
    DC again It was originally to be a restaurant, and guests would watch the show while eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    2) What Disney attraction music could be heard in the first edition of the Main Street Electrical Parade at Walt Disney World?
    Umm. Casey Jr. Circus Train? I know that's a float and it has the melody from the movie/attraction at Disneyland... but I'm almost positive you're searching for something else...

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    4) What is the top speed of the Mark VI Monorail system at Walt Disney World?
    If memory serves, the monorail's top speed is 55 mph.
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    4) What is the top speed of the Mark VI Monorail system at Walt Disney World?

    The Mark VI Monorails can travel at 55 MPH, but Disney regulations limit them to 40 MPH at Walt Disney World.
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    2) What Disney attraction music could be heard in the first edition of the Main Street Electrical Parade at Walt Disney World?

    It's A Small World?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zawadi View Post
    4) What is the top speed of the Mark VI Monorail system at Walt Disney World?

    The Mark VI Monorails can travel at 55 MPH, but Disney regulations limit them to 40 MPH at Walt Disney World.
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    2) What Disney attraction music could be heard in the first edition of the Main Street Electrical Parade at Walt Disney World?

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    Zawadi got 'em I will say, though, that I know that Engineering has tested (and bypassed the "overspeed limiter") the Monorails up to 70 mph on the EPCOT loop

    As far as the "two cities" question: Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake were "incorporated" to allow the Disney property to govern itself much like a county government. There aren't many, but there *are* residents of both towns, who hold elections and such, and vote on issues that affect each. Celebration was created as part of the "City of the Future"/EPCOT project begun by Walt, where he wanted to see a "futuristic" town where the residents worked in that community. Golden Oak? Ehhh. I don't really consider it a "city" as much as just a "high-dollar neighborhood/subdivision". In my opinion, it doesn't really belong. Just my
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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    I will say, though, that I know that Engineering has tested (and bypassed the "overspeed limiter") the Monorails up to 70 mph on the EPCOT loop
    Wholly smokes! Would like to see that...
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    1. Where can guests dine in a restaurant named Remy?
    2. What is the name of Rapunzel's pet chameleon in Tangled?
    3. In which year was pin trading officially introduced to Walt Disney World?
    4. What is the Evil Queen from Snow White actually called?
    5. What was the most expensive movie of any released in 2000?
    6. To which scouting organisation do Huey, Dewey and Louie belong?
    7. Disneyland Paris is situated in which town, about 20 miles away from the centre of Paris?
    8. Which Disney Princess is known by three distinctly different names?
    9. In Beauty and the Beast, what is the name of Belle's horse?
    10. What is WALL-E an abbreviation of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zawadi View Post
    1. Where can guests dine in a restaurant named Remy?
    Disney Cruise Line (Fantasy Ship).

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    2. What is the name of Rapunzel's pet chameleon in Tangled?
    Pascal.

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    8. Which Disney Princess is known by three distinctly different names?
    Princess Aurora, who's also known as both Briar Rose and also Sleeping Beauty.

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    9. In Beauty and the Beast, what is the name of Belle's horse
    Phillipe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zawadi View Post
    What is the Evil Queen from Snow White actually called?

    What is WALL-E an abbreviation of?
    #4. In the 1937 Disney movie she is only referred to as the Queen. (I have a vague memory of one of the dwarfs calling her the wicked queen in the ride - DL or WDW, I don't remember.) Disney referred to her as Grimhilde but did not use the name in the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badkitty View Post
    #4. In the 1937 Disney movie she is only referred to as the Queen. (I have a vague memory of one of the dwarfs calling her the wicked queen in the ride - DL or WDW, I don't remember.) Disney referred to her as Grimhilde but did not use the name in the movie.
    Haha. And she's referred to as Regina the Queen on ABC's Once Upon a Time. I love that series!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post
    #1. Disney Cruise Line (Fantasy Ship).

    #2. Pascal.

    #8. Princess Aurora, who's also known as both Briar Rose and also Sleeping Beauty.

    #9. Phillipe.
    Quote Originally Posted by badkitty View Post
    #4. In the 1937 Disney movie she is only referred to as the Queen. (I have a vague memory of one of the dwarfs calling her the wicked queen in the ride - DL or WDW, I don't remember.) Disney referred to her as Grimhilde but did not use the name in the movie.

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    All correct

    That still leaves...

    3 In which year was pin trading officially introduced to Walt Disney World?

    5 What was the most expensive movie of any released in 2000?

    6 To which scouting organisation do Huey, Dewey and Louie belong?

    7 Disneyland Paris is situated in which town, about 20 miles away from the centre of Paris?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zawadi View Post
    7. Disneyland Paris is situated in which town, about 20 miles away from the centre of Paris?
    Marne-la-Vallee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zawadi View Post
    3 In which year was pin trading officially introduced to Walt Disney World?
    2000. It was "officially" introduced as part of the Millennium Celebration at Walt Disney World.

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    5 What was the most expensive movie of any released in 2000?
    The Perfect Storm: $175.6 million.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    Rapunzel's pet chameleon's name is spelled "Pasquale"
    Whoops!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post
    Marne-la-Vallee.
    Correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    2000. It was "officially" introduced as part of the Millennium Celebration at Walt Disney World.
    Correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    The Perfect Storm: $175.6 million.
    Hmmm. IMDB quotes this movie as $140 million, which is still greater than the my reference of $130 million for Dinosaur, which maintained the Disney trivia reference.

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    Rapunzel's pet chameleon's name is spelled "Pasquale"
    Parlez-vous français parce que je ne peux pas?

    Ooops indeed - it's been a long and stressful week at work.

    That just leaves...

    6 To which scouting organisation do Huey, Dewey and Louie belong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zawadi View Post
    That just leaves...

    6 To which scouting organisation do Huey, Dewey and Louie belong?
    The Junior Woodchucks?
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