Favorite Imagineer, Part II (old school)

Allright, you spoke, we listened!

After a great debate and many comments, we have decided to have a second poll dedicated to old school Imagineers. The top two vote getters from last week and this week will square off against the top two from the ‘new school Imagineers’ bracket announced next week.

Last weeks winners were Marty Sklar and John Hench. They emerge with each gathering approximately 30% of the overalls votes.

Please visit the poll and register your vote for this new (old) batch of Imagineers!

This week’s choices have been lovingly prepared in a light dream sauce and are presented on a bed of fresh fantasy:

  • Roger Broggie
  • Claude Coates
  • Harper Goff
  • X Atencio
  • Yale Gracey
  • Harriet Burns

Remember, only the top two will move on to the week 4 finals against the winners from last week (Hench and Sklar) and the winners from next week. Also, try not to let the pretty pictures George is posting from the West coast distract you. We have work to do here, people!

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4 thoughts on “Favorite Imagineer, Part II (old school)

  1. I’m voting for Brother Claude here out of respect in full realization that Harper Goff would be a much more fun afternoon – a man who plays the banjo, designs futuristic submarines and builds the Jungle Cruise by drawing in the dirt with a stick has to be a barrel of fun.

  2. While X is sure to take top of the class this week, I have to stick with Roger Broggie. Considering he is looked upon as Walt’s first Imagineer, he assisted with the Carolwood Pacific, and was instrumental in the creation of both the Disneyland and Sante Fe Railroads, Broggie defintely belongs on a short list of who’s who of Imagineering.

  3. I have got to throw my lot in with Master Gracey. True, others will surpass him, and others contributed much, but I can’t visit the Haunted Mansion and POTC without paying homage to Yale. He helped imagineer two rides that I must do within the first hour of being in the Magic Kingdom.

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