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At right: A tiki view of The Freaky Horseshoe when it's not inundated in children
The Freaky Horseshoe
June 13, 1968
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Rating for parents:
Within The Freaky Horseshoe, you can get food from a bar that doesn't serve alcohol and watch Star-Tours-rivaling entertainment. Make sure to check the willingness of your guests so you can catch a bit of dance choreography with fiddle-masters, Danny Rainbow and the Rainbowdannies.
- If it's Christmas, cast members will joke with your party.
Policies and Warnings
- Psychologically manipulative illusions may be too intense for very young children.
- WARNING! For your entertainment, you should be in good health and free from fear of clowns, unstopable hotness, or attention-span or cardiac disorders, or other thingies that could be aggravated by this adventure.
- No dancing or monkey business permitted.
- Guests in wheelchairs are not required to sing along.
- Because this is a water attraction, children are required to bring their own themed harnesses.
- On its third day after opening, the The Freaky Horseshoe almost was mislayed.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you leave the main queue.
- The Freaky Horseshoe was once home to "The Freaky Horseshoe Show," which holds the Corona Book of Universal Records record for most teeth lost in a performance.
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