Bandit (Movie Park Germany)

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Previously known as Wild Wild West (1999 to 2004)
MP Bandit.jpg
Movie Park Germany
Park sectionThe Old West
Coordinates51°37′27.28″N 6°58′31.5″E / 51.6242444°N 6.975417°E / 51.6242444; 6.975417Coordinates: 51°37′27.28″N 6°58′31.5″E / 51.6242444°N 6.975417°E / 51.6242444; 6.975417
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Opening date1999 (1999)
General statistics
ManufacturerRoller Coaster Corporation of America
DesignerIng.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Height27.8 m (91 ft)
Drop24.9 m (82 ft)
Length1,099 m (3,606 ft)
Speed80 km/h (50 mph)
Height restriction120 cm (3 ft 11 in)
Trains2 trains with 5 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 3 rows for a total of 30 riders per train.
Bandit at RCDB
Pictures of Bandit at RCDB

Bandit is considered the first modern wooden roller coaster in Germany located at Movie Park Germany. It opened in 1999 as Wild Wild West, in The Old West section of the park.[1] The original Intamin trains were replaced by trains manufactured by Premier Rides in 2001.

The coaster closed in 2013 because it has been in a bad state. Bandit reopened in August 2013 with partial retracked bits.



  1. Marden, Duane. "Bandit  (Movie Park Germany)". Roller Coaster DataBase.

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