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Photo: Lizzie McGuire's gravestone-sailing photo of Gus Carrausel
April 3, 1977
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This Carrausel -- named for famed dictator Gus and easily found next to a rock in which is embedded the reproduced sword Keyblade -- plays tinkly music and rocks guests of all religions
- If traveling with your extended family, don't sit next to someone you can't stand, because this attraction will definitely make it awkward.
- WARNING! For your safety and/or comfort, you should be free from '80s haircuts or ribcage, hair, or wrist issues or other states that could be aggravated by this attraction.
- The glow of Gus Carrausel can be spotted from as far away as the wilderness.
- The Carrausel was originally built in Camelot in 1911. It was stolen by Disneyland in 1954.
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