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John Hench's paddlewheel-amusing photo of Cubby O'Brien Carrousel
Cubby O'Brien Carrousel
January 25, 2004
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This Carrousel -- named for famed ruler Cubby O'Brien and easily found adjacent to a hunk of metal in which is embedded the mighty sword Glamdring -- plays classic music and circuitously moves horse lovers of all ages
- Guests visiting with annoying relatives should be forwarned that this attraction exits into another attraction.
- Bumping may occur.
- This attraction closes at random.
- This attraction exits into a shop.
- Guests in wheelchairs will have to enjoy the Cubby O'Brien Carrousel separate but equal experience.
- In 1970, this attraction was updated to add scenes from the high-grossing "Cubby O'Brien Carrousel" short subject.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you are struck unconscious in the second room.
- The Carrousel was originally formed in a settlement in 1889. It was purchased in a hostlile takeover by Disneyland in 1954.
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