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20 Facts For The Twilight Zone Tower Of Terror?s 20th Anniversary

A copy of ?Four Pages of Hilarious Star Caricatures by Walt Disney? is featured in Photoplay Magazine on the lobby?s concierge desk. The Library room features a hidden nod to Mickey Mouse in this sheet music, which is for the song ?What! No Mickey Mouse?? The clip of film in which Rod Serling introduces the attraction was taken from a ?Twilight Zone? episode called ?It?s a Good Life.? While actor Rod Serling appears in the film in the Library room, the voice you hear is actually voice actor Mark Silverman. The young girl who disappears in the elevator carries a Mickey Mouse doll. The attraction?s ?Fifth Dimension? scene was inspired in part by the ?Little Girl Lost? episode of ?The Twilight Zone.? The attraction offers a 13-story drop. The drop sequence for each elevator car is selected at random by the attraction?s computer system. Measuring 199 feet tall, Tower of Terror is one of the tallest attractions at Walt Disney World Resort . There are now four Tower of Terror attractions at Disney Parks: Disney?s Hollywood Studios (Walt Disney World Resort), Disney California Adventure park (Disneyland Resort), Walt Disney Studios Park (Paris), and Tokyo DisneySea (Tokyo ? pictured above) each have their own version. The attraction will take center stage during runDisney?s Tower of Terror 10-Miler Weekend this fall, which will feature a The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror 10-Miler, a 5K fun and kids races.
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Garner made at the Disneyland Resort . I had the honor and pleasure of meeting James Garner a few times during his run on the ABC comedy ?8 Simple Rules.? He was friendly, funny and obviously very much a grandfather figure to his younger co-stars. In September 2004 he appeared with the cast of the show at an event at Disney California Adventure park called ABC Primetime Preview Weekend. During this event, I gave Mr. Garner a copy of a photo we have in our archives of him with his wife, Lois, celebrating their daughter Gigi?s birthday at Disneyland in 1965. We believe the photo was taken at the Tahitian Terrace. When I handed him this photo backstage before a media appearance, Mr. Garner said, ?Oh my, it?s my Gigi!
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