Mr. Toads would be the second place for me of what is on the list. I also miss "If you had wings" that was in the Buzz Lightyear spot, and of course "Snow White's Scary Adventures (too soon?)..... but loosing both of those made way for new rides that I also enjoy too. I wish they would not have taken so long to do something with the 20,000 leagues space after it closed. I also hope one day they will utilize the submarine ride system for something in the Florida resort again like they did at Disneyland. Maybe do something with the subs at Animal Kingdom?
I still love the original toad in Disneyland, but the was just something about the 2 track WDW version that made it special (and I am not referring to the painting of the naked lady that hung in the pub scene).
One attraction I really miss that opened a few years after the park was the House of Future Living, which was a short diversion that occupied the Speedramp that takes you out of Space Mountain. It was a blatant commercial for RCA products, but it was a fun blatant commercial for RCA products.
Alien Encounter If You Had Wings - nostalgia, Soarin' is much betterSnow White - oh wait that's still there for now.
I have been on all of the aforementioned rides.
Sort of related to this topic: My cast member pals are all keeping their "eyes and ears" open awaiting word on the final day for "Dumbo's Flight" -- which will close in lieu of the dueling Dumbo attraction slated for the Fantasyland expansion.
I really would like to see a 2.0 version of it, with the trackless ride system used in Tokio's Pooh ride (also scheduled to be used in the newFrance's Ratatoille ride).
What i really loved about Disney was all the recorded voices, seemingly from the 50s. I especially remember this from the People Movers. it just made everything feel homey and hearkened back to a simpler time. I am not doing a very good job describing, but i loved the old voice overs/narrations. And i loved the kitschy old rides, like the Mars ride.