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  • snowtygersnowtyger Member Posts: 47
    Thinking Globally -- create a minifig series of the different costumes/characters of the world, throw in a tune that you can't get out of kids heads, and make parents go on a ride over, and over and over.. It would sell, and those who have never been to or heard of the 'small world' ride (consider yourselves lucky) would still be interested in collecting the differently themed costumes of the world.
  • gsy971gsy971 Member Posts: 100
    edited November 2015
    Announcing Disney collectable minifigs??? Rumor? …..I did bring this up back in '12 and wanted to include collectible minifig trading days at DL 
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Aspiring Time Traveler Stuck in the West (US)Member Posts: 2,442
    Lego is having a hard time keeping up with demand...

    yet they are planning on a Disney release/s?

    #BullpoopOnTheShortageIsWhatISay
    kiki180703
  • Kevin_HyattKevin_Hyatt UKMember Posts: 778
    I'm not surprised that they are bringing out a set of Disney CMF. The market for such a crossover toy would be huuuuge.
  • gsy971gsy971 Member Posts: 100
    ok so now i am hoping for disneyland theme sets
    ktsam
  • gmonkey76gmonkey76 ChicagoMember Posts: 1,720
    I want a Pirates of the Caribbean ride, and a Haunted Mansion ride. Oh wait LEGO already did something like that.
  • starfire2starfire2 Phoenix AZMember Posts: 1,329
    I would like to see the iconic Disneyland castle and the railroad. 
    ktsam
  • sweetness34sweetness34 San Diego, CA.Member Posts: 350
    It's a small world with sound brick playing the song on endless loop. 
    Ronyarkiki180703catwrangler
  • Legopassion8Legopassion8 North CarolinaMember Posts: 1,181
    Oh yea....Don't call it Disneyland. Call it something else!
  • DNADNA New York, USAMember Posts: 89
    I should build the mighty microscope from Disneyland's old Adventure Thru Inner Space ride. It might be a fun project. Adventure thru Inner Space was my favorite ride at Disneyland when I was a kid. I was sad when they closed it.  


    catwranglerkiki180703LEGO_Dad77
  • Pumpkin_3CK5Pumpkin_3CK5 CaliforniaMember Posts: 802
    Beast's Castle!
  • gsy971gsy971 Member Posts: 100
    Okay so now the iconic castle is going to make its debut. Not convinced yet?
  • gsy971gsy971 Member Posts: 100
    edited July 2016
    starfire2 said:
    I would like to see the iconic Disneyland castle and the railroad. 

    you got it!….at least part of it
  • Ma1234Ma1234 Member Posts: 693
    gsy971 said:
    Okay so now the iconic castle is going to make its debut. Not convinced yet?
    The iconic castle isn't making its debut. The iconic castle is at Disneyland in Anaheim. The LEGO set is based off of Orlando's Cinderella Castle. 
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie West Haven , CTMember Posts: 1,710
    Different generations may see different versions as "iconic". The Cinderella castle is the one I remember from the opening sequence of the Wonderful World of Disney TV show in the 1970s, back when most people I knew had 3 channels to choose from. 

    I don't know if a Disney Theme Park theme would sell, as trying to replicate the rides could get a bit restrictive. But a general Disney theme with looser connections to the castle could be another approach. The castle would be the centerpiece, surrounded by sets depicting classic scenes from other Disney properties - sort of like when "Once Upon a Time" brings together characters from various Disney mythos and tosses them all into the same town.
    LostInTranslationkiki180703sklamb
  • monkyby87monkyby87 Member Posts: 316
    Different generations may see different versions as "iconic". The Cinderella castle is the one I remember from the opening sequence of the Wonderful World of Disney TV show in the 1970s, back when most people I knew had 3 channels to choose from. 

    I don't know if a Disney Theme Park theme would sell, as trying to replicate the rides could get a bit restrictive. But a general Disney theme with looser connections to the castle could be another approach. The castle would be the centerpiece, surrounded by sets depicting classic scenes from other Disney properties - sort of like when "Once Upon a Time" brings together characters from various Disney mythos and tosses them all into the same town.

    I agree, and I think doing little vignettes or whatever is really the only way to capture the Disney theme.  You can't really replicate most of the rides, but you could do scenes to represent the themes.  I'd buy them I know, but I don't know how popular they would be.  If they did some of the Main Street U.S.A buildings in a modular theme, that would be amazing, and lead to some amazing displays.
  • gsy971gsy971 Member Posts: 100
    monkyby87 said:
    Different generations may see different versions as "iconic". The Cinderella castle is the one I remember from the opening sequence of the Wonderful World of Disney TV show in the 1970s, back when most people I knew had 3 channels to choose from. 

    I don't know if a Disney Theme Park theme would sell, as trying to replicate the rides could get a bit restrictive. But a general Disney theme with looser connections to the castle could be another approach. The castle would be the centerpiece, surrounded by sets depicting classic scenes from other Disney properties - sort of like when "Once Upon a Time" brings together characters from various Disney mythos and tosses them all into the same town.

    I agree, and I think doing little vignettes or whatever is really the only way to capture the Disney theme.  You can't really replicate most of the rides, but you could do scenes to represent the themes.  I'd buy them I know, but I don't know how popular they would be.  If they did some of the Main Street U.S.A buildings in a modular theme, that would be amazing, and lead to some amazing displays.
    I've said this time and time again and i keep repeating myself like a broken record.  Lego will of course NOT make a fully functioning replica of say PoTC or Haunted Mansion BUT like they did with Hogwarts Castle or the Deathstar, Lego can come up with build sets that scale down the famous theme park rides to still make it somewhat reasonably priced combined with playability and a medium level build
  • gsy971gsy971 Member Posts: 100

    Ma1234 said:
    gsy971 said:
    Okay so now the iconic castle is going to make its debut. Not convinced yet?
    The iconic castle isn't making its debut. The iconic castle is at Disneyland in Anaheim. The LEGO set is based off of Orlando's Cinderella Castle. 
    whatevers….disney castle is a disney castle is a disney castle. let's not get too picky here

  • flordflord CanadaMember Posts: 793

    gsy971 said:
    let's not get too picky here

    I see this is your first time here. 
    kiki180703mampepinstluxgsy971
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