The Great Movie Ride, an opening day attraction at Disney-MGM Studios Park, was inspired by Disney's Hollywood Studios. It showcased 12 classic films from various genres, combining audio-animatronics, live actors, detailed sets, special effects, and projection lighting. The ride closed in August 2017.
Horizons, a beloved attraction in Disney World, opened in 1983 as part of the park's Phase II project. Sponsored by General Electric, it was a sequel to Carousel of Progress in Magic Kingdom. However, in 1993, General Electric ended their sponsorship, leading to technical issues and the attraction's closure in 1994. It was reopened in 1995 after two other attractions needed refurbishment.
The Timekeeper, originally named Le Visionarium, opened in 1992 at Disneyland Park Paris and Tokyo Disneyland. It was later renamed Transportarium in 1994 and The Timekeeper in 1994. The attraction was Disney's first Circle-Vision 360 film with a fully-fledged storyline and audio-animatronics. The attraction closed in November 2006.
Delta Dreamflight, originally called If You Had Wings, was a ride at Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom. It featured audio-animatronics, special effects, and explored airplane history. After Delta Airlines dropped sponsorship in 1996, it was renamed Disney's Take Flight and operated with no Delta references.