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The Forgotten Disney StatementThe Forgotten Disney project began in July 1997, as an extension of thenatural curiosity of the page's author Anthony Tomassi to find out as much as he could about the lost, forgotten, and unbuilt rides of Walt Disney World.In its over twenty five year history, Disney World has gone through many changes,but many changes were of smaller magnitude than those seen in the latter partof this decade. The closing of such rides as World of Motion, Horizons,Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, and Journey into Imagination angered the author in sucha way that it became his personal mission to spread the word about Disney's plan'sabout the future of certain attractions, and to show how foolish the Disney Company hasbeen in recent years. Under Walt Disney, the Walt Disney Company flourished and grew in proportions not seen in a very long time. Disney once said that Disneyland wouldnever be complete, that people would continue to build new things intothe future. It is the authors opinion, and the opinion of many of thosewho have visited this page that the Walt Disney company has lost this initialvision, supplementing it with a vision of money and more power to the WaltDisney Company. This is not the dream of Walter Elias Disney, nor thatof the company that he began. But since the takeover of the Walt Disney Company byMichael Eisner in the mid eighties, a shift has been noticable. It is the hopeof the author that perhaps through these webpages, the dream of Walt Disney,will be perserved, and perhaps the modern day Walt Disney company will bepursuaded into changing their focus from that of money, back to the enjoyablefamily atmosphere that once was felt at Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disneyland, DisneylandParis, and Disneyland in California. Else, within the next decade many morerides will close, and many more dreams will join the realm of ForgottenDisney: The Lost Legacy.--Anthony Tomassi 9/2/98">