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Small World paradox

Discussion in 'Archive' started by X-S Tech, Jul 11, 2003.

  1. X-S Tech

    X-S Tech Active Member

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    Allright, now I've read several places, including what I consider the ultimate source of DL info, the Nickel Tour, that the China scene in Small World did not exist until 1970 when the US officially recognized the Chinese Government. What I want to know is in the NYWF Small World CD, on the track narrated by Walt, he mentions China specifically. Does anyone know if perhaps there was just a doll or two as opposed to the whole scene that we have today? I believe that this narration originated on a television episode (possible Disneyland goes To A World's Fair) but I haven't dug out my copy to check yet. Can anyone tell me where the discrepency is?
     
  2. X-S Tech

    X-S Tech Active Member

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    Also is the Loop that is currently playing outside DL's Small World, the track labeled (Exit Music or It's Still a Small World) on the WF CD? Is this track the music that's used in the load area of WDW's Small World?

    Wow I didn't realize how many Small World questions I had. Ya' think ya know an attraction...
     
  3. Fantasmic

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    That track is also included on the TDL Small World CD, but it is not at the beginning, you have to find it! That CD is a source for about 90% of the tracks currently playing at Disneyland. No mermaid, though :'(
     
  4. Eric Paddon

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    It was perfectly possible to refer to China in the pre-recognition days since from the Western perspective, China meant Formosa (Taiwan).
     

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