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    Ok so I am not great but I have a few like other trivia games once all are answered correctly then someone else will start with new questions..

    1 where can you find a hidden Minnie mouse at Walt Disney world?

    2 name all nine of the nine old men

    3. In disneys Robin Hood who does the voice of the rooster.

    4. What is Janes last name on Tarzan?

    5. What is Boo's real name on Monsters Inc.?

    6. Who was the narrator of Space ship earth from 1986-1994?

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    #6 Walter Cronchite
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    Walter Cronkite is correct

    number 6 is good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minnie97 View Post
    3. In disneys Robin Hood who does the voice of the rooster.
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    Roger Miller is correct

    #3 and #6 are done
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minnie97 View Post
    1 where can you find a hidden Minnie mouse at Walt Disney world?
    In the mural behind the Load area at Great Movie ride. It's a silhouette in one of the windows.

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    2 name all nine of the nine old men.
    Marc Davis, Ollie Johnston, Ward Kimball, Eric Larson, Frank Thomas, Milt Kahl, Wolfgang Reitherman, Les Clark, and John Lounsbery

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    4. What is Jane's last name on Tarzan?
    Porter

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    5. What is Boo's real name on Monsters Inc.?
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    and thats right

    good job
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    1. What is the "real name" of Gus the mouse from Walt Disney's animated classic, Cinderella?

    2. What were the two droids in the queue for Star Tours in their previous lives? What attraction were they from?

    3. What movie and theming is the carousel in Disneyland's Fantasyland based on?

    4. What two tributes to the original Submarine Voyage can be found in the Finding Nemo: Submarine Voyage at Disneyland?

    5. In Disneyland's Fantasyland, which attraction is the only one where the main character is not present?

    6. What was the name of the real lingerie shop that used to be on Disneyland's Main Street U.S.A.?

    7. What was Goofy's original name?

    8. Name the two other characters the actor who played Thomas O'Malley also voiced.

    9. Who did the Sherman Brothers initially want to donate the royalties from the song, "it's a small world" to? What did Walt Disney advise them to do with it instead?

    10. In the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, what three things are the pirates imprisoned in the jail cell holding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post
    3. What movie and theming is the carousel in Disneyland's Fantasyland based on?
    Sleeping Beauty?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post
    6. What was the name of the real lingerie shop that used to be on Disneyland's Main Street U.S.A.?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyDINK View Post
    Sleeping Beauty?
    No, sorry. It is a much less-known film.

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    Correct! Question 6 is now answered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    In the mural behind the Load area at Great Movie ride. It's a silhouette in one of the windows.
    Actually, the one in the window is a Hidden Mickey. The Hidden Minnie is a sideways profile, just out in the open
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post

    2. What were the two droids in the queue for Star Tours in their previous lives? What attraction were they from?

    8. Name the two other characters the actor who played Thomas O'Malley also voiced.

    #2 They were geese (minus a few feathers now) and the attraction was America Sings (some of the geese can still be seen in Splash Mountain).

    #8 The actor is Phil Harris and he was Baloo in the Jungle Book and Little John in Robin Hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post
    3. What movie and theming is the carousel in Disneyland's Fantasyland based on?
    King Arthur from The Sword in the Stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badkitty View Post
    #2 They were geese (minus a few feathers now) and the attraction was America Sings (some of the geese can still be seen in Splash Mountain).

    #8 The actor is Phil Harris and he was Baloo in the Jungle Book and Little John in Robin Hood.
    Doubly correct!

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    King Arthur from The Sword in the Stone.
    This is also true. Questions 2, 3 and 8 are now vanquished!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post

    7. What was Goofy's original name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post

    6. What was the name of the real lingerie shop that used to be on Disneyland's Main Street U.S.A.?
    Intimate Apparel

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    10. In the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, what three things are the pirates imprisoned in the jail cell holding?
    This is a *great* question - and one even *I* had to look up

    Keep in mind, there are actually two jail cells near the end of the attraction. Most of us know that in the cell to the left, the three pirates are holding at least two things: a rope, and a soup bone, attempting to entice the dog to give them the keys.

    But, there are three more pirates in a cell to the left - and I could NOT think of what any of them had. I had to look it up - and one of them has a tin cup :-)

    7. What was Goofy's original name?
    Dippy Dawg.

    5. In Disneyland's Fantasyland, which attraction is the only one where the main character is not present?
    I would have to think Casey Jr., based on Dumbo. Also, maybe the Mad Tea Party (Tea Cups)? I've never been to Disneyland, so I'm really not sure. I know there was one attraction - and I can't remember which one - originally built and opened in 1955 with the park, where Walt wanted guests to view the attraction from the character's perspective. I have *no idea* if it could be Alice in Wonderland, Pinocchio's Daring Journey, or what.

    1. What is the "real name" of Gus the mouse from Walt Disney's animated classic, Cinderella?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joannelet View Post
    Dippy Dawg
    Correct. Question 6 is off the charts now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Joannelet View Post
    Intimate Apparel

    ~what were they thinking!? Lol
    I agree, though it is very funny!

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    Octavius.
    Correct. Question 1 is answered.

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    I would have to think Casey Jr., based on Dumbo. Also, maybe the Mad Tea Party (Tea Cups)? I've never been to Disneyland, so I'm really not sure. I know there was one attraction - and I can't remember which one - originally built and opened in 1955 with the park, where Walt wanted guests to view the attraction from the character's perspective. I have *no idea* if it could be Alice in Wonderland, Pinocchio's Daring Journey, or what.
    Good guesses and you're on the right trail. The Snow White attraction initially had no Snow White figure inside until they added it post-Walt.

    But there is still an attraction in Fantasyland that remains without the "literal" figure of the character. Signs and what not don't count. But Casey Jr. and the Mad Tea Party are technically without their characters. It is one of the Disneyland dark rides. It is a classic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Main Street Jim View Post
    This is a *great* question - and one even *I* had to look up

    Keep in mind, there are actually two jail cells near the end of the attraction. Most of us know that in the cell to the left, the three pirates are holding at least two things: a rope, and a soup bone, attempting to entice the dog to give them the keys.

    But, there are three more pirates in a cell to the left - and I could NOT think of what any of them had. I had to look it up - and one of them has a tin cup :-)
    That's the three items I was looking for! Question 10 is finito!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Connoisseur View Post

    But there is still an attraction in Fantasyland that remains without the "literal" figure of the character. Signs and what not don't count. But Casey Jr. and the Mad Tea Party are technically without their characters. It is one of the Disneyland dark rides. It is a classic.
    I think the answer you are looking for is Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. The perceptive is that you, as the driver in the car, are Mr. Toad. (Mr. Toad does appear in the lobby of the ride though.)

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