Do you have a favorite Disney animatronic?
If you’ve been to any of the Disney parks, you’ve probably seen one of the many animatronics they’ve employed throughout the years. Not all of them have been created equal and we’ve seen some pretty iconic ones come and go. Maybe we were feeling a bit nostalgic, but we wanted to dive into a list of some of the ones we’re missing extra hard right now.
Let’s go over six of the retired animatronics we miss the most:
How can you forget about Dreamfinder riding along on his Dream-Catching Machine?
Together, Dreamfinder and Figment took guests on an adventure into the imagination. It really showed you that it’s all been about that one little spark of inspiration to make those dreams come true!
Stitch from Stitch’s Great Escape
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This was such a fun and mad show (half in the dark!) where Stitch would evade capture, bounce around, tickle you with his ears, and generally cause all kinds of chaos. It was a ball and we wish it was still around.
Now this one hits us in those feels for multiple reasons.
Not only was it an attraction hosted by a mad-scientist robot that took you on a wild journey into the past and the future, but it was also voiced by the iconic Robin Williams.
Dorothy and the Wicked Witch
Oh, how we miss The Great Movie Ride and all the animatronics on it…
…but there was something pretty special about seeing Dorothy and the Wicked Witch.
It really made us feel like we were off to see a certain wizard.
Raise your hand if you remember Cranium Command at EPCOT!
We sure do, and we can’t help but miss this show-stopper!
You remember Skippy and the doughnut guy, right? They appeared during that comical transport system demo. What a star.
Well, what do you think of our list? What other retired animatronics do you wish were still around? Let us know below in the comments and stay tuned for the latest Disney news and more!
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