Cast Members Recreate the Beloved ‘Great Movie Ride’ and It’s A Lot of Fun!

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(Photo Credit: Wikipedia)

Many of us are still a bit salty that Disney retired ‘The Great Movie Ride” on August 13, 2017. They didn’t give much notice for people to enjoy it one last time either, announcing it at D23 2017 in July and closing it quickly after.

Replacing “The Great Movie Ride” is ‘Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway’ and don’t get me wrong, it’s cute, but it’s not “The Great Movie Ride.”

Here comes some heroes to “bring back” the popular attraction in their own way. Previous ‘Great Movie Ride’ Cast Members have taken the time to recreate the ride with both the bandit and gangster versions and it’s hilariously fantastic. They even recreated the movie reels you watched in the queue!

Once A Movie Rider on YouTube posted the videos.

The Bandit Version:

Here’s the write up for the Bandit:

Now Playing! A SPECTACULAR Journey into The Great Movie Ride! A Cast of Thousands from Opening Crew, to Closing Crew to all the years in between! A Sweeping Spectacle of Thrills! Chills! Romance! And Always, Family! #onceamovierider #alwaysamovierider

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Here’s the actual attraction ride-through with the Bandit from Blog Mickey:

The Gangster Version:

Here’s the write up for the Gangster:

Now Playing! A SPECTACULAR Journey into The Great Movie Ride! A Cast of Thousands from Opening Crew, to Closing Crew to all the years in between! A Sweeping Spectacle of Thrills! Chills! Romance! And Always, Family! #onceamovierider #alwaysamovierider

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Here’s the actual attraction with the gangster from Theme Park Worldwide:

It’s a fun reminder of what are now missing. I really appreciate all the love and work that they put into it!  Great job!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Sources: Once a Movie Rider, Blog Mickey, Theme Park Worldwide

Photo Credit: Wikipedia


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