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The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror - Modular Building


Based on the Disney Parks Attraction

     "You unlock this door with the key of imagination, beyond it is another dimension. A dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into . . . The Twilight Zone.

     Hollywood, 1939. Amidst the glitz and the glitter of a bustling young movie town at the height of its golden age, the Hollywood Tower Hotel was a star in its own right. A beacon for the show business elite. Now, something is about to happen that will change all that." 

     The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is one of the most iconic theme park rides ever created. With it's elaborate queue theming, dozens of special effects, and enough thrill to satisfy the craziest thrill-seekers, the Tower quickly became a smash hit. Since the Tower was struck by lightning in the same year as the modular buildings are set in (see the Fire Brigade), I thought this would be a cool addition to the series. Now I've built it and if you would like to see the Tower of Terror become a set, please support. Every one counts!

     The Hollywood Tower Hotel has three floors: the boiler room, the lobby, and the guest room, each with their own details and furniture. The Tower has a working elevator, which can rise from level to level using the winch on the roof. A pin can be pulled out from the top of the elevator, allowing it to drop to the bottom of the shaft. The Tower's roof has a lightning bolt that can be lifted up and dropped to make a clattering thunder sound and can be folded up. The Tower also connects to the other modular buildings. 

     The set includes five minifigures: a bellhop with luggage, a singer, her boyfriend, a child actor with Teddy Bear, and a black-and-white Rod Serling. The set has three printed/stickered elements: The hotel sign, the HTH banner, and a black-and-white TV showing The Twilight Zone. 

      "You are about to discover what lies beyond the fifth dimension, beyond the deepest, darkest corner of the imagination, in the Tower of Terror". - Rod Serling




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