“Forgotten Hollywood”- Disney is Walking the Plank…

Posted on July 3, 2017 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

“`Disney officially announced there will be a major change in the  Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at both domestic parks. The ride at Walt Disney World and Disneyland will no longer have the  redhead up for auction as Disney is looking to alter things so they’re more fitting to today’s times. The famous audio-animatronic will get a new look and a brand new role. She becomes a pirate in charge of the auction, instead of being in the auction.

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“`The new scene shall display a group of pirates at an auction of surrendered goods from the people of the town. The redhead will auction the items. A banner that reads:  Auction, take a wench for a bride will be altered to Auction, Surrender yer loot. The original tableau has been a part of the attraction for as long as anyone can remember.

“`There are a number of alterations being made to  Disney Parks around the world; with new lands added, and old attractions getting makeovers. On July 24th, Pirates of the Caribbean is set to re-open in Disneyland Paris also with a few changes.  Captain Barbossa from the film franchise will be making his first appearance in the attraction, while audio-animatronics croon a number of new tunes from the movie.

“`And, the railway at Disneyland has recently been altered to accommodate the construction of the Star Wars Land.  Now, the train route skirts the edge of a shortened Rivers of America, along Big Thunder Trail, and makes a sharp left turn to head for Mickey’s Toontown Station in Fantasyland. The attraction opens to the public on July 29th

“`The bottom line… at Pirates of the Caribbean, pillaging remains acceptable; while human slave trade is considered a bridge too far.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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