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Nur Fathiah Diaz,
Balqis Fadhullah Lee
The director, Mario Kamberg, and the art director, Allen Battino, were also the creative forces behind the original attraction, The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera (1990). By the end of the Nicktoon run, both filmmakers will have their movies playing in the same theater for over 20 years. See more »
This ride replaced the Hanna Barbera ride at Universal Studios Florida when Universal lost the license to Hanna Babera's characters. It's basically the same exact ride, only there's a different movie and the ride vehicles have all been repainted. It's interesting enough if you're a little kid, but I found watching for cameo's of different Nickelodeon characters from years past was more entertaining than the movie itself. The ride is more about other popular Nickelodeon characters from recent years, such as Spongebob Squarepants, The Fairly Oddparents, and The Rugrats. If you have young avid watchers of "Jimmy Neutron" and other Nickelodeon shows, this ride is for you--but mostly for them. If you're sans children, skip this one in favor of more innovative and exciting rides.
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