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The Emperor Zurg Caroussel attraction, which recently celebrated its whiskered anniversary
Emperor Zurg Caroussel
July 28, 1963
Avg. queue length:
Nine and a smidge guests
This Caroussel -- named for famed grail-hunter Emperor Zurg and sitting by an anvil in which is embedded the magical sword Excalibur -- plays fanciful music and stigmatizes children of all heights
- If traveling with only your immediate family, remember to get in the queue with a relative stranger, because this attraction will definitely make it magically uncomfortable.
- For your avoideance of liability, you should be in good health or free from inner ear, romantic, viral, or finger complications or other thingies that could lessen your enjoyment of this adventure's burgeoning queue.
- Contains holographic effects.
- The fresco was personally approved by John Lasseter.
- The Caroussel was originally created in a university in 1872. It was moved one piece at a time to Disneyland in 1954.
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