The Three Caballeros is a film which, whilst obscure within the feature film canon, actually has a quite prominent presence at Epcot, to the extent that the film actually has a ride themed around it. Having commented on how odd it is that an enormously famous film such as Bambi has almost no presence in the parks, let alone a ride based on it, it seems just as odd that an obscure package film such as The Three Caballeros would do.
But with Latin America being the focus of two package films, and Mexico being represented by the character of Panchito Pistoles in the second of the two, a tour of...
As a Disney nut, I always get questions. And I get a lot of Fastpass questions. So I'm answering some popular questions here:
-What is a fastpass?
A fastpass is a ticket that you use to reduce your wait time on select attractions. They are free with theme park admission. Essentially, when you approach a ride with this option, you'll see a sign that has a time slot to come back. You go up to the machine and insert your park ticket. You will get a ticket with the time to come back printed on them. (see the bottom fastpass example)