The Enchanted Tiki Room, along with Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean, is one of the most uniquely "Disney" attractions in the park. This 17-minute "live" musical show opened in 1971 as "Tropical Serenade," and was similar to the Disneyland version. The show is emceed by four parrots, and consists of a series of musical numbers performed by audio-animatronic birds, flowers, and Polynesian tikis. The attraction closed in 1997 and reopened a year later "under new management." Although the attraction still sports many of the same elements as its California cousin, the "new management" decided to hire Iago from Aladdin and Zazu from The Lion King to play host. The result is a wacky version that might be popular with kids, but may be a bit too over-the-top for adults.
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