View Full Version : A way to save Disneyland

09-27-2003, 07:27 AM
After reading the thread about how Vegas has now 9 monorails. Its time to bring back the Indians to Disneyland and have them build a real


inside Disneyland.

That's right, it would be perfectly themed within the small Indian Village that we see on the river. We knock down Hungry Bear which is where the old Disneyland Indian Village was and provide a walkway to the casino. They could build the building with the train going through it ala Splash and add a new diorama for the train. They bring back the Native Americans Dancers and figure out which tribe actually owned the land that Disneyland now sits on. Disney's would lease the land to the tribe and take a hefty portion of the profits of the casino which would be used make all the needed repairs to the aging atractions and build a ton of E-ticket adventures.

:) :fez: :rolleyes: :p


09-27-2003, 07:54 AM
Interesting idea (sans gambling). They removed the indian village, I belive, due to needing the space for E-Tickets, and due to the PC nature of "Cowboys VS Indians" theme.

But is it time to bring back our native American heritage to Disneyland? Of course it would be in the focus of tribute to them. There is still the display on the back side of TSI, but onlt seen from the Mark Twain.

And of course the bit of film at DCA at Golden Dreams. Perhaps DCA would be the best area for this, as it is part of our history.

09-27-2003, 01:38 PM

And because Indian Village Casino would be a revenue producing venue, they might even spend some money on the theming! I can picture the Pocahotass cocktail servers, too!

Hey, Golden Horseshoe would have to bring back them dancin' girls to compete...

09-28-2003, 07:52 AM
Actually, they should create a Casino in DCA -- that way people would actually go! This could finally cement the Anti-Disneyland park as the exact opposite of its sister park.