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Movie Magic Special Effects Show

Warner Bros. Movie World (update/edit)

Status: Operated
Opened: June 3 1991
Closed: January 30 2005

Ride Type: Special Effects
Manufacturer: Warner Bros. Movie World

General Overview
In this ride, guests are taken through a "working" sound stage where they get some insight into the world of film production. Members from the audience are selected to partake in several scenes, from a variety of dated Warner Bros. films.

Park History
Removed to make way for a Superman coaster.

Originally this was just a component of a larger studio tour, where guests would be taken through the working studios next door to the theme park, and often get the opportunity to see a film or television show in production.

The tour was removed because of an apparent problem with guests leaving the vehicles during the tour.


Coaster Name Date
Superman Escape 2005
Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster 2002
Road Runner Rollercoaster 2000
Lethal Weapon - The Ride 1995

 Rides & Attractions

Attraction Name Date
Batwing Spaceshot 2006
Australian Outback Spectacular 2005
Shrek 4D 2005
Wild West Falls 1998
Looney Tunes Village 1997
Batman Adventure – The Ride 2 1993
Police Academy Stunt Show 1991
Looney Tunes River Ride 1991
Looney Tunes Musical Revue 1991
Future Rides & Attractions
Unknown Hot Wheels® Stunt Show 2009
Defunct Rides & Attractions
Western Action Show 1991 - 1995
Young Einstein Gravity Homestead 1991 - 2000
The Maverick Show 1995 - 2001
The Great Gremlins Adventure 1991 - 2001
Superstars: Live in Concert 2001 - 2002
Harry Potter 2001 - 2003
Marvin the Martian in 3D 1997 - 2005
Movie Magic Special Effects Show 1991 - 2005
The Official Matrix Exhibit 2003 - 2007

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»Dated technology
6 Sep 2005 . The first time I went through this attracton I was really impressed (I loved the studio tour). After the second and third time the attraction became rather uninteresting and the technology they use is now pretty dated. I'm looking forward to Superman opening!