There are other reasons that likely contributed to the ride closing. One was the presence of actor Jeffrey Jones throughout the ride in multiple video segments. In 2002, the actor was arrested for possession of child pornography. Being as concerned with public perception as Disney usually is, this likely played into things. Even then, the ride might have still survived, maybe with some changes. But the word is that at some point in development, Michael Eisner, who had been the driving force behind the initial concept, lost interest in the attraction, so there was nobody at the top fighting for it. Whatever the ultimate reason or reasons, the show closed down in 2003, only eight years after it had opened.

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