Sunday, June 11, 2006

The Little Bride?

Greetings Ghost Fans!

This week features the very first post about Phantom Manor at Disneyland Paris.

At the end of Phantom Manor, much like at the other Haunted Mansions, guests are greated by a miniature Ghost Hostess telling us how we might be able to join the other 999 Happy Haunts. However, at Disneyland Paris, this entity takes on the appearance of a small bride and is even referred to as "The Little Bride." However, what is interesting to note is the fact that when the Imagineers referred to this scene, instead of naming her The Little Bride, they continued to label her, Little Leota. Since there is no official story as to who this character is, it is a new debate as to whether this is in fact a miniature bride, another incarnation of Leota or perhaps a new character all together.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Craig said...

Perhaps we could call this tiny bride "Little Flower," as that is the Cherokee meaning of "Leota."

1:23 PM  
Blogger FencerScott said...

I've always thought that the Little Leota character at the HM in WDW was, in fact, the bride from the attic staring down from an outer wall. Or something to that effect.

8:04 AM  

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