To the best of my memory: (the DL trip was in 2003, and I had the severe misfortune of Thunder, Splash, Space and the Mansion all being closed)
Jungle Cruise: I don't recall much, except that the DL temple part is actually built into the Temple of the Forbidden Eye attraction, and I think the spiel references this. However, I think there were some improvements added since then....
Pirates: The Disneyland version is MUCH longer. Almost the entire WDW version is still present, with maybe 5 extra minutes of ride on each side. The DL version has two drops, the aforementioned bayou scene, a pair of treasure cove scenes. The DL version also has an entrance and exit in the same spot, and the end of the ride is a lift back to the exit.
Winnie the Pooh: The WDW version is FAR better. The Disneyland version is very incoherent, and the scenes go by too fast to understand.
I don't remember much about the Fantasyland rides by way of differences, except that Mr. Toad's Wild Ride is far better than I remembered it in Orlando.
Toontown: Actually decent in Disneyland. The Car Toon Spin is a must.
I think that's all I can remember.... We didn't have time, so we didn't bother seeing any of the 3D shows, because we understood that they were identical to their Orlando counterparts, and we were heading back to Orlando in, what, five months anywho. We did hit Star Tours, totally identical (queue and all) to the WDW version. Neither Soarin' in Orlando nor Tower of Terror in DL were open by the time of my most recent visit to each. Again, a lot of the big stuff were down. Though, because someone else mentioned it, and I'm a Thunder freak, the Disneyland and WDW versions of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad are supposed to be mirror images - the theming is slightly different, but the track itself was mirrored for DL. By pure coincidence, the mirror image fit better than the original design.
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