the twilight zone tower of terror

the twilight zone tower of terror

Disneyland Secrets: Making of Tower of Terror Rod Serling 2014

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-SUBSCRIBE for WEEKLY VIDEOS- -YOUTUBE PARTNER- https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-InfaMOUSE-Disneyland-Project/123846227700422 @infaMOUSEprojct Twilight Zone references and design information In an effort to be true to the spirit of The Twilight Zone, Disney Imagineers reportedly watched every episode of the original television show at least twice.[15] The attraction buildings are littered with references to Twilight Zone episodes, including: In the hotel Lobby at California Adventure, there is a door with 22 in brass numbering. This is a reference to the episode "Twenty Two". In the lobby of the hotel, at California Adventure and Walt Disney Studios (Paris), on a couch sits a dusty old doll. Some say the doll is supposed to be Talky Tina from the Twilight Zone episode "Living Doll," but others say is Sally Shine, the little girl in the pre-show and ride experience, from the 1997 movie Tower of Terror. Others think the doll is simply a Shirley Temple doll. Following the Twilight Zone television opening sequence, Rod Serling's opening lines in the introduction video during the queue are as follows: "Tonight's story on The Twilight Zone is somewhat unique and calls for a different kind of introduction. This as you may recognize is a..." In the original episode, "It's a Good Life," Rod Serling says "...is a map of the United States." In the Tower of Terror opening lines, he says "...is a maintenance service elevator, still in operation, waiting for you..." Mark Silverman provided the entire voice impersonation of Serling for this particular dialogue sequence for both the Walt Disney World and California Adventure versions of the ride. At all rides besides Tokyo's, the preshow includes the little girl holding a Mickey Mouse plush toy, along with her still holding it on the hallway scene. At California Adventure's there is a picture behind the counter in the gift shop, that is said to be of Walt Disney at a Tip Top Club party holding a Mickey Mouse plush toy as well. Outside the libraries at California Adventure, in the glass case adjacent to the doors there is a gold thimble accompanied by a card that reads, "Looking for a gift for Mother? Find it in our Gift Shop!" T In the library, the Mystic Seer machine from the episode "Nick of Time" can be seen sitting on the high shelf. In the Florida library, there is the book titled To Serve Man from the episode of the same name. At California Adventure, envelopes with the names Rod Serling and Victoria West can be found in both libraries, near the sliding wall, a reference to the episode "A World of His Own". In Library 1, it sticks out of the top of the green books. In Library 2, it sits in front of the books. The green books contain titles of selected Twilight Zone episodes. Other books in the libraries are in various languages from around the world, including German and Danish. The trumpet from "A Passage for Trumpet" can be seen in the display while exiting the libraries. The queue at both the California Adventure and the Paris venues features a reference to the Twilight Zone episode "Little Girl Lost". Chalk marks on the walls are in the same style that they were in the episode when trying to find where the portal to find the girl was. This can be found in the upper level of the boiler room next to the attraction warning signage at each of the 2 venues. Periodically the girl's voice can be heard calling out for help from the wall and from the radios around the boiler room. The elevator has a plaque that says the last time the elevator was checked. Its number is 10259, which is a nod to the date October 2, 1959, the date The Twilight Zone first aired. The plaque also states the elevator was checked by Mr. Cadwallader, the sinister deal maker from the episode "Escape Clause." Disneyland rides,manèges de Disneyland,paseos en Disneyland,迪士尼乐园的游乐设施,डिज्नीलैंड की सवारी,passeios disneylândia,