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Magic Kingdom -- Splash Mountain -- Brer Rabbit

Splash Mountain Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World I consider the above signage to be an understatement at times... :)

Splash Mountain, possibly the best ride at WDW! I once rode this at night three times in a row right before the park closed!

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Disney left out the story teller, Uncle Remus, from the Splash Mountain ride.  I think Larry should off offer his services. He's been known to tell a few good ones.

Disney left out the story teller, Uncle Remus, from the Splash Mountain ride. I think Larry should off offer his services. He's been known to tell a few good ones.

This pin is a video of a ride at Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park called Splash Mountain! Splash mountain is a water ride at Magic Kingdom where you sit in a log boat and ride around the ride! This ride is fun for all ages and a great ride to cool off from the summer heat! Attached to this pin is a vlog from Magic Kindgom. Check it out if you are i terested in aeeing more of the rides at Magic Kingdom!

Splash Mountain-this is my laughin' place :) This was one of our favorites!

Splash Mountain is a log flume with some dark ride scenes at Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, and the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort, based on the characters, stories, and songs from the 1946 Disney film, Song of the South. Although there are variations in the story and features between the three locations, each installation begins with a peaceful outdoor float-through that leads to indoor dark ride segments, with a climactic steep drop into a "briar patch" followed by an indoor…

Today in Disney History: Splash Mountain Marks 20 Years | Disney Parks Blog

On this day, July 17, in 1992, Magic Kingdom Park unveiled a major attraction that forever changed the landscape of Frontierland – the 86-foot-tall Splash Mountain. Read more about this landmark attraction here.

Walt Disney World - Travel: Did You Know...Splash Mountain

Conceived in rush hour traffic in 1983 by Tony Baxter, Splash Mountain was originally developed for Disneyland's Bear Country under the name Zip-a-Dee River Run. The idea of putting a flume ride in Disneyland was thought to be beneath Disney standards by many. Song of the South was a saving element that helped the project move forward. The ride's name was later change to Splash Mountain when Micheal Eisner suggested the ride be used to promote the movie Splash (an idea that was mostly…