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remember the diamond horseshoe revue

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    anyone remember this? I can vaguely remember enjoying it and then it was changed but I cant remember what it changed to and what it is now?
     
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    Is it some kind of Monsters inc show now? :unsure:

    I saw the Revue once - I didn't care for it. The nachos were nice though. :D
     
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    After it closed down it became Goofy's Country Dancin' Jamboree, then a meet and greet for Woody and friends. Today it is closed and used only for special events.
     
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    I remember it! cute little western show, like a mini hoop dee doo in a way :)

    Shame it's now basically unused
     
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    It was a kissin' cousin to the "Golden Horseshoe Revue" at Disneyland. Same basic format, but the WDW venue was a bit larger. Both sold sandwiches and soft drinks. Nothing earthshattering about the food, but we did have lunch at the Golden Horseshoe several times during day trips at Disneyland. It was an alternative to the long lines elsewhere--and inside where it was relatively cool. :)
     
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    Actually, right *now* I think it's being used for some sort of buffet that resembles LTT.

    I remember the DHR....fondly. It was actually one of my favorite shows at Disney World....I remember one trip, I saw it THREE times, in one day... *sniff*

    I have loads of video from shows in the past, I'll have to dig some out and see about converting them...
     
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    Oh Yes I remember, some of those gals sure could dance!
     
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    It's funny, I know we saw it in the mid 80's but I can't remember the show at all. I do remember my dad wanting to get tickets first thing in the morning though!
     
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    [YOUTUBE]vRVEexmsvA0[/YOUTUBE]
     
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    Hi Keith, Funny that you would say that. Most of the dancers at the Diamond Horseshoe review in Frontier Land also did the Hoop de doo review at the campgrounds. We had nicer costumes at The Diamond Horseshoe show! 80-82 anyone have photo's? Deb
     
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    Beccaberry, Did ya ever dig out those videos or photos, I performed at the DHR and The Hoop dee do review circa 1980-1982. Also did Kids of the Kingdom, Electric Light parade, & Character Dept show next to It's a Small World Stage as Snow White. Security & "Secrets" were pretty tight back then. So I have very few pics.
    Muxh Love, Deb
     
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    I do have tons of footage, but my first visit was until 1999, so I'm afraid any of my footage would be outside of your time frame. It has been lovely to see the performers I enjoyed so much in this show be re-assigned in a myriad of places...we've seen them on the pirate cruise, the HDDR, and even one in the Adventurers Club a time or two (before it went the way of so many favorites as well).

    It's always fun to see a familiar face :)
     
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    You used to need separate tickets? We saw the show many times but I don't ever remember needing tickets.

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    I don't know if it was so much having an actual ticket as it was having a reservation. I do remember getting to MK first thing in the morning of the day we wanted to see Diamond Horseshoe and going to City Hall right when the park opened as it was the only way to get a reservation at that time.
     

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