He eventually kidnaps his buddy's girlfriend, kills a few police officers and finally sees his own life end in tragedy. The Wild Ride was re-edited with new footage that makes the original film a long flashback sequence. Running 88 minutes and titled Velocity, the new scenes feature Jack Nicholson impersonator Joe Richards playing an older version of the character originally played by Nicholson, as well as performances by Jorge Garcia, Jason Sudeikis, and Dick Miller. The executive producer on the film was Roger Corman.
Harvey Berman was a high school drama teacher in northern California who had gone to the UCLA drama school with some friends of Corman.
He decided to make a film during the summer using some of his high school drama class students in the cast and crew and sending a few Hollywood professionals to work with them. One of these was Jack Nicholson.
Efforts have been made to reconstruct the ride, including a 3D virtual recreation at virtual-toad. The two tracks of the Walt Disney World version didn't pass through all of the same show scenes. Thus, each track gave riders a completely different set of spaces to pass through. On Track 1, riders passed through the rural English countryside upon leaving Toad Hall's library, coming face to face with a few barnyard animals along the way and crashing through a chicken coop filled with squawking chickens.
After passing through a tunnel with several warning signs, guests made a turn into a central plaza. Traveling around the turn, the vehicles passed a policeman signaling riders with his whistle. Guests then made a right hand turn into the jail as the judge declared the riders guilty. Upon making a right hand turn, the vehicles entered several jail cells.
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After winding through the cells, guests emerged out into a dark scene, passing by a shootout between police and some Weasels using red lights to simulate gunfire. Several of the police barriers then moved aside, revealing a railroad crossing complete with a ringing bell. The gate then moved aside and the vehicles made a right hand turn onto the tracks.
The vehicles traveled along the railroad tracks until getting hit by a train with riders seeing the headlight of the locomotive. A door then opened, revealing the "Hell" scene.
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Afterwards, guests went through a door and arrived at the station. From the boarding area to the plaza, Track 2 passed through three scenes not seen on Track 1: Toad's trophy room, Toad Hall's kitchen, and a Gypsy camp. After rounding the plaza, instead of entering the Jail, guests continued on and entered Winky's Tavern.
The vehicles 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 countryside. Passing by Ratty's house, the vehicles reached a railroad crossing complete with a ringing bell.
It moved aside and the vehicles made a left hand turn onto the railroad tracks. Like on Track 1, the headlight of the locomotive was visible before the train hit the riders.
The " Hell " scene on this track was a mirror image of the Track 1 sequence. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Emily P.
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