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Indiana Jones Adventure

(AKA Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye)

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...but WDW reused the design of the vehicles and track layout for Dinosaur at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

Inspired by the Raiders of the Lost Ark films, this high tech thrill ride reigned supreme as the ultimate theme park attraction for many years. It has been challenged by the Spider-Man adventure at Universal's Isle of Adventure in Florida, but there are still many features of Indy that are unmatched anywhere else in the world.

Trivia: The ride sequence originally had many different random variations. Each car would have its own personality -- grinding gears on one, stalling engine on another -- and the sequence of events on each ride could vary quite a bit. Over the years, most of the randomness seems to have gone away.

At Disney's Animal Kingdom, their Dinosaur attraction (originally known as Countdown to Extinction) uses the same ride vehicles and track layout.
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