Confirmed: Disney Axing Classic Space Mountain, Bold New IP Plan Announced - Inside the Magic

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Space Mountain at sunset at Magic Kingdom

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  1. Jon

    Wrong again. Walt Disney did not not design Space Mountain. He died in 1966.

    1. Steamboat Willie

      Technically, he did conceived the idea of a space-themed roller coaster for Disneyland following the success of Matterhorn Bobsleds in 1959…

  2. Paul Macuch

    You are destroying the name of Walt Disney by eliminating the most popular attractions such as SPACE MOUNTAIN AND HAUNTED MANSION, etc. . You desperately need feedback from the public (a vote) on any changes. You are taking out the classics to appease the “WOKE” minority. You will definitely lose your customer base and monetary base because of the high prices. I used to be able to afford visiting Disney World but now it takes 1/5th of my fixed income just for me to make the trip. I am a disabled veteran and would like to be able to at least one more trip before I leave this world.

    1. Steamboat Willie

      Oh, you’re a veteran? What wars have you fought in? How did you tell your family and friends that you were joining the military? If you enlisted, what were some of the reasons that you joined the military? When were you drafted or when did you enlist? What do you remember about the day you enlisted?

    2. Matt

      Like did you read the article? How is this in any way glorifying anything woke? I know it’s a buzzword for you since you seem to comment the same thing on every article. If you don’t like Disney anymore then maybe quit reading the articles.

  3. Mark

    Most CKASSIC attraction do not need an IP attached to it.There own 50+ year track record and long lines sorak for themselved and are great enough to stand on thrurvown.

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