Tower of Terror

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris Trip Planning & Community Board' started by Trixster, Mar 29, 2009.

  1. Trixster

    Trixster Mouseketeer

    May 1, 2008
    I was watching this on Youtube to see if I could get my 6 year old son interesting for our upcoming visit. One thing that disappointed me was that it was all in French ie the voiceover etc. I realise that the park is in France but is there a choice of stretch room and/or lifts where the narrative is in English?

    Thanks for your help.
  2. FiFi Rose

    FiFi Rose <font color=red>The last time we didn't even get s

    Sep 17, 2008
    Sorry I was too scared to notice if it was french or english:rotfl2: Whatever language they were using didn't detract from how scary this ride was:scared1:
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  4. ukstitch

    ukstitch <font color=deeppink>I'm not sure I'm quite your a

    May 5, 2008
    I've never noticed a pattern in the language used, but it does come in both English and French versions.

    I have to admit, I seem to have had the French narration far more often than the English one and it does make a noticable difference (at least it does to me). However - the ride is still a fantastic experience whether presented in English or French :thumbsup2
  5. marcus.ka

    marcus.ka Disney Hotel Fan

    Jan 18, 2005
    What I found out for ToT is the following:
    Usually I say "nous sommes deux personnes" when we enter an attraction. But I don't do this anymore for ToT because if the CM recognizes that the majority of the quests in the elevator prefer English then he/she will use the English version for the ride.
    The same applies to the Library but there you have subtitles anyway. :thumbsup2
  6. ghockley1981

    ghockley1981 <font color=red>Wishes his work lift was ToT<br><f

    Jun 19, 2008
    When we go on ToT we normally are lucky enough to get it in English, but it seems the CM chooses which one to use dependant on who is on the ride.

    So it's most likely just pot luck im afraid.

    As marcus/ka said it will be in subtitles anyway, but you could politley ask the CM and say it's for your boy benefit. ALthough he may then try to scare you more :scared1:
  7. cap'njack.

    cap'njack. Totally in love with Lisa_C

    Jun 13, 2008
    I've never been lucky enough tio have it in English, always French. It doesn't take anything away at all, infact I think it better in French (I always find the Haunted Mansion scarier as I don't know what's happening)
  8. nursejenny

    nursejenny Earning My Ears

    Jan 28, 2009
    we went on it 9 times on our last trip and it was in english 7 times!! it doesn't really matter tho....its fantastic!!! i suggest you dont hold on, its so much better with your hands in the air!!!!!!pirate:

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