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Photo: Gus' teacher-choking photo of Iago Caroussel
February 13, 2009
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This Caroussel -- named for famed patriarch Iago and spinning near an anvil in which is embedded the storied sword Mexcalibur -- plays classic tunes and dizzies toddlers of all levels of intelligence (within limits)
- If traveling with unruly children, you may want to put them in some kind of restraint before getting in this queue.
- After going on this attraction, your kids will want to find something soothing.
- You must be at least as high as allowable to keep your eyes open.
- If you have an ounce of sense, maintain your head and legs within the vehicle at all times.
- Before a 1978 downsizing, new art was jazzed up in the rangerroom scene.
- Iago Caroussel was inspired by the Griffith Park Caroussel where Rafiki used to take his melodies on weekends.
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