Vote of the week: Which classic Disney film needs to move to Disney World?
Written by Robert Niles
Thanks, again, to Theme Park Insider reader Tim W for the idea behind this week's vote.Tweet
Despite the large number of Disney films represented by attractions at Walt Disney World, there are a few classic films which haven't gotten a proper ride yet at WDW. I browsed through BoxOfficeMojo to find the top-grossing Disney films of all time (adjusted for inflation) and offer the top six without a corresponding Disney World attraction for your consideration.
Yes, "Lady and the Tramp" is represented by a restaurant in the Magic Kingdom. And Sleeping Beauty has the castle at Disneyland. But those are not Disney World attractions, so they're in the poll.
Which would be your pick as the best candidate for a WDW ride? Keep in mind that I'm not asking for your favorite film - we're looking for a conversation about which film's characters, plot and setting would make for the best theme park attraction. Tell us your thoughts in the comments.
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