Disneyland Easter Egg - Star Tours

The letters on the pipes on the walls in Star Tours are the initials of some of the Imagineers, and the numbers are either their birthdays or telephone extensions!

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Contributed By: Captain Packrat on 04-19-2001
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Biff51 writes:
The name they announce over the speaker system is George Lucas spelled backwards.
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Mastermind25 writes:
The giant microscope on the ride is from an old Disney World attraction that closed down. I think it was Journeys Thru Inner Space.
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someone told me George Lucas appears somewhere in the film.... I believe the man in the end, when the droid returns to the dock. He shakes his head and picks up a phone or something ( a very 1980s looking phone thing, if I'm imagining it right). Not sure if this is GL or not. Anyone know?
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Coconut Boy writes:
Also, if you look at your pilot (rex I believe) he has a red tag saying "Remove before flight," not really an egg, but funny, and another thing, 1138 appears a lot in the line, like on some of the pipes, or the baskets containing droid parts.
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osiris679 writes:
When you come to the end of the ride you see a man sitting at a desk in the distance, when you come near him, he looks up. His name is Peter Ellenshaw (changed his name to Harrison Ellenshaw), who worked on the matte drawings for the first two star wars films, and a few other George Lucas films as well. Matte drawings are drawings that are used in the background of a scene, like the first time Darth Vader and Luke were fighting, and you could see that endless tunnel down Cloud City where Luke eventually jumps down.
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Katnine11 writes:
1138 is probably a reference to George Lucas's film THX1138, about a robot I think...
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