Episode 15 - Top 9 Unbuilt U.S. Disney Attractiions

Host: Aaron Rittmaster
Co-Hosts: Tim Hicks & Willie Crocker

Host Aaron Rittmaster and Co-hosts Willie Crocker and Tim Hicks go right back to the Top 9 well, but with a new twist. This time, they take their first look back at Disney History (or, rather, un-history), talking about their favorite attractions that didn’t end up getting built in U.S. Disney theme parks. All of these attractions reached at least the concept art stage, and some were even publicly announced before being canceled.

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