Yesterworld: 5 Unfinished & Abandoned Disney World Attractions and Projects Posted on April 25, 2019 ABANDONED amp attractions chicago hotels dallas hotels disney hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet Projects rental property travel travel vlog Unfinished vacation World Yesterworld 24 thoughts on “Yesterworld: 5 Unfinished & Abandoned Disney World Attractions and Projects” Why do they need sponsors? It never made sense to me. They can't have a ride without a sponsor? Don't people pay enough? The rides need an advertisement?Reply The Norway is now frozen, just so y’all knkeReply Who Framed Rodger Rabbit was NOT released in 1980.Reply Weird – I thought Roger Rabbit was a huge flop.Reply I'm german and amused that the pavilion is more Bavaria than Germany.But makes sense if you look at it from a history perspective since the Americans where stationed in Bavaria all they've seen was Bavaria and thought this must be typical german.This isn't true, it would be as if someone reduced the U.S to only Texas or New York or [insert state]. You get what I mean. 😉I would be lying if I'd say this didn't bother me some time ago but now it is just something amusing.Reply or you could just watch Keenan on SNL…Reply Why not do Coperfield In Disney SpringReply pop century is hideousReply damn, now i wish roger rabbit’s hollywood was thereReply the mount fuji rollercoaster sounds legit, though it could’ve resembled a lot like expedition everest. least we’re getting a gotg indoor coasterReply Well, he's not wrong!Reply Who Framed Roger Rabbit came out 1988 not 1980.Reply I've got news for you, there was no slow down of tourism post 9/11. That was spinn that Eisner used to justify cutbacks to the theme parks, back when he had eyes on other investments.Reply How cool would it be if they had hall of chancellors at the German pavilion !Reply 9:06 Roger Rabbit was released in 1988, not 1980.Reply Walt Disney always had a soft spot for NazisReply $34m to build 1 restraunt….thats a lot of cheeseburgers.Reply It sucks we never got a Roger Rabbit themed land, it would have been awesome especially since the opening would have been during the height of its popularity – hell it may have even pushed a tv show or sequel to the film to have happened. Now it seems my favorite cartoon rabbit is lost to obscurity and the past.Reply Gob as Copperfield…… 😂😂 your editing skills are on point! Love your videos!Reply Eisener !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Reply Could always open a Mulan ride in Epcot to represent ChinaReply The best they could do with the proposed Copperfield restaurant location was putting a Sbarro's there? We wonder why people who grew up here wanna leave these days!Reply I'm sorry Who Framed Roger Rabbit was released when, 1980? You should maybe check that! In 1980 most of the technology to produce that film probably did not even exist.Reply CoolReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.