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Disneyland General
Topic: LOVED Stitch!

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Clotho
Sat 10/1/2005 11:29p
Okay, so if you haven't gone to visit Stitch in Innoventions, ya just gotta! And if you are a Stitch fan, then that goes double for you. We went today, and plan to go again tomorrow, we both enjoyed it so much (hubby and I). We were grinning from ear to ear the entire time, and he isn't a big fan--was just there for my sake.

The animation is definitely superior to Crush (much more "on" with voice and action), and is completely personal since it is just you and Stitch, or you and yoru family and Stitch. I wondered how he would deal with two adults, and frankly how we would deal with him! We didn't know what to ask him, and feared that having a "spontaneous chat" with him would ruin the Stitchness of him. but no, he was totally in character the entire time, and we laughed a LOT. He was so fun!

We are going back tomorrow, armed with some questions we hope will reveal some more laughter-inducing answers. I don't want to ruin it for anyone who has never been, except to say GO! It is so perfectly STITCH!
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Liberty Belle
Sun 10/2/2005 7:48p
I second that! I *really* enjoyed Stitch when I went a couple of years ago. I was grinning like a mad thing for ages afterwards. I'm a massive Stitch fan, but my mother is sort of neutral about him and she loved it too. Definitely worth doing!
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DlandDug
Sun 10/2/2005 9:49p
For those who haven't seen this, they are refering to "Stitch's Picture Phone" on the second floor of Innoventions in Disneyland Park. It really is a lot of fun.
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inlandemporer
Mon 10/3/2005 8:07a
I really enjoyed the Stitch phone myself, but I was under the impression that Turtle Talk was an improved variation on it. I haven't seen TT yet. Maybe it all depends on who's behind the scenes doing the talking.
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ni_teach
Mon 10/3/2005 8:37a
Both Stitch and Crush are great use of technology and a lot of fun. Stitch is more personal because it's just you (and your family/friends) and him. However, you do often have to wait about 20-40 min to see Stitch.

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Mitten
Mon 10/3/2005 12:38p
Next time my Nephew drags me into Innoventions, I will need to check out Stitch. I adore Stitch.
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Skellington88
Mon 10/3/2005 3:36p
innoventions? is that still around? :\
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PirateJohn
Mon 10/3/2005 7:20p
Yep. Still there. I start my training there Sunday.
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skellinton
Mon 10/3/2005 7:49p
Is Stitch going to be there awhile? I saw him 2 years ago and it was certainly a highlight of our trip! I would love to see him again this December.

Skell

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