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The Christopher Robin Carrausel attraction as seen from the top of Italy
Christopher Robin Carrausel
July 5, 1959
Avg. queue length:
Seven and a third stars (by "Kinetic Animator" magazine, 1988)
This Carrausel -- named for famed grail-hunter Christopher Robin and easily found adjacent to a hunk of metal in which is embedded the legendary sword Texcalibur -- plays Disney tunes and spins riders of all ages
- If you are pressed for time, you may want to take a nap in the bushes.
- Expectant fathers may particularly want to not ride.
- Contains strobe-light images.
- This was one of the so-called "S ticket" attractions.
- Christopher Robin Carrausel was inspired by the cheap Carrausel where Belle used to take his scientists on their birthday.
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