The Complicated History Of Disneyland’s Splash Mountain And Song of the South

When I’m visiting Disneyland, which attraction is my favorite usually shifts with my mood. But on a hot summer day, that favorite attraction is frequently Splash Mountain. The fourth « mountain » attraction at Disneyland, which also exists at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom and Tokyo Disneyland, is a favorite for a lot of people. It’s a thrilling log flume ride that is virtually guaranteed to soak you to the bone. For many, Splash Mountain is nothing more than a fun water ride, but there’s a lot more behind the popular attraction, considering its connection to one of the most infamous Disney films ever made.

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