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In 1973 the park added its second roller coaster, the Mountain Express, a compact Schwarzkopf Wildcat model steel coaster.
In 1974 the park also installed a new complex of spinning rides in what would later be known as Back Street.
It took riders on a train journey to Spillikin Corners and back.
With the opening of Great American Revolution in 1976, Magic Mountain became the first park in the world to have a modern, 360-degree steel looping coaster (though previous roller coasters with loops had been built and dismantled elsewhere due to safety issues).
One of the trains sometimes ran backwards for a few years in the mid-80s.
However, until the late 1990s this kind of ride was no longer possible due to the newer ride system in place, as well as different trains.
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Six Flags Magic Mountain is a 262-acre (106 ha) theme park located in the Santa Clarita, California neighborhood of Valencia, 35 miles northwest of Downtown Los Angeles.
The Showcase Theater (renamed Golden Bear Theater), was part of the original park and featured Barbra Streisand as the first of many headline performers who would appear at Magic Mountain over the years.
It opened on May 30, 1971, as Magic Mountain, a development of the Newhall Land and Farming Company.