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Johnnyawesomev1

I rode ET Adventure 56 times in one day! World Record!

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I don’t know where exactly to post this but I set a world record this weekend! I rode ET Adventure 56 times in ONE DAY! 

 

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"Who is this? Lon.. Chaney?.. I don't know who that is" <_<-_-

 

....ugh, this is why this generation is terrible. Next time you're at the park, spend some time in the Monster's Cafe & take a good look at the stuff on display. Or you know, the Horror Make-Up Show Lobby. 

 

Lon Chaney - aka The Man of 1000 Faces.. The first Universal Classic Monster that started the legacy of terror with 1925's "Phantom of the Opera"

 

His son, Lon Chaney Jr - The man who portrayed 1941's "The Wolfman" & reprised the role in later films.

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On 7/26/2018 at 2:09 AM, happy bunny rabbit said:

This post...this is fantastic. Congrats man. :freddy:

Thank you! Definitely one of my crowning achievements. Hopefully people will talk about this for a long time and in turn gets more people to ride the ride. I definitely want my kid to ride it one day! I actually sent a copy of this video to Spielberg. I’m praying to God it gets to him. 

18 hours ago, WESKER69 said:

"Who is this? Lon.. Chaney?.. I don't know who that is" <_<-_-

 

....ugh, this is why this generation is terrible. Next time you're at the park, spend some time in the Monster's Cafe & take a good look at the stuff on display. Or you know, the Horror Make-Up Show Lobby. 

 

Lon Chaney - aka The Man of 1000 Faces.. The first Universal Classic Monster that started the legacy of terror with 1925's "Phantom of the Opera"

 

His son, Lon Chaney Jr - The man who portrayed 1941's "The Wolfman" & reprised the role in later films.

Trust me I’ve seen all the classic Universal Monster movies. From Bela Lugosi in Dracula to Lon Chaney Jr in The Wolfman. I would check out books on the Universal Monsters from my middle school library and read up on them. I’ve been to the Monsters Cafe countless times it’s my favorite restaurant. I have a brick from the restaurant I bought from the prop store. Even though I said I didn’t know believe me I was well aware of what I was looking at LMAO

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Fun fact: Johnny had no facial hair before he rode ET the first time that day.  Two rides on ET in one day does that to me.

 

Congrats, man

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1 hour ago, zombieman said:

Fun fact: Johnny had no facial hair before he rode ET the first time that day.  Two rides on ET in one day does that to me.

 

Congrats, man

:lol::lol::lol: I’ve been trying to grow out the beard but as you can see it’s not going too well lmao thank you btw 

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8 hours ago, Johnnyawesomev1 said:

Trust me I’ve seen all the classic Universal Monster movies. From Bela Lugosi in Dracula to Lon Chaney Jr in The Wolfman. I would check out books on the Universal Monsters from my middle school library and read up on them. I’ve been to the Monsters Cafe countless times it’s my favorite restaurant. I have a brick from the restaurant I bought from the prop store. Even though I said I didn’t know believe me I was well aware of what I was looking at LMAO

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