Wild Ride - Netflix

15 adventure-seeking backpackers take on an extraordinary road-trip challenge. With just three weeks to reach their destination, they'll attempt a 3,000km trek across three Southeast Asian countries, and arrive at Thailand's legendary Full Moon Party. Their mode of transportation? The infamous Tuk Tuk: a three wheeled vehicle which travels at a maximum speed of 60km/h. We'll follow their WILD RIDE as they discover the region through a completely new perspective.

Wild Ride - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-21

Wild Ride - Mr. Toad's Wild Ride - Netflix

Mr. Toad's Wild Ride is a dark ride at Disneyland Park, also formerly located at the Magic Kingdom. Originally planned to be a roller coaster, it became a dark ride attraction because Walt Disney only wanted attractions that were appropriate for all ages. It is one of the few remaining attractions that was operational on the park's opening day in 1955 (although the current version of the ride opened in 1983). The ride's story is based on Disney's adaptation of The Wind in the Willows (1908), one of the two segments of the film The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949). It is currently operating in Fantasyland. Corey Burton performs every voice at the attraction, except for the usage of audio from the film. Disneyland Paris also has a restaurant named Toad Hall.

Wild Ride - Left Track - Netflix

From the boarding area to the plaza, the Left Track passed through three scenes not seen in the Right Track: Toad's trophy room, a kitchen, and a Gypsy camp. After going through the One Way Street and rounding the plaza, instead of entering the courtroom, guests continued on and entered Winky's Tavern. Mr Winky the bartender, who was holding two beer mugs, could then be seen ducking down, leaving the mugs spinning in the air (this gag was recycled for the revamped 1983 California version of the ride). The vehicles then made a right hand turn and guests could see the weasels hiding out in the tavern among the ale barrels. Following this, guests emerged into the night countryside. Passing by Ratty's house (where Ratty only appeared once and Moley was seen on a boat), the vehicles reached a railroad crossing. This gate moved aside, and vehicles made a left hand turn onto the railroad tracks. As on the Right Track, the headlight of the locomotive was visible before the train hit the guests. The “Hell” scene on this track was merely a mirror image of the Right Track's “Hell” sequence.

Wild Ride - References - Netflix

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