History Ride / PiratesOfTheCaribbean

18th Jun '16 6:40:33 PM FigmentJedi
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* ViewersAreGoldfish: One of the more criticized parts of the movie-based updates to the ride is the new script's continuous efforts to remind guests that the Pirates are after Jack in addition to the treasure and always referring to him as "Captain Jack Sparrow" despite one of the series' running gags being that almost no one respects Jack enough to call him Captain. Additionally, Davy Jones and Blackbeard have a tendency to constantly identify themselves as such in both the limited mist screen dialog loops and the upramp/exit audio.
29th May '16 11:54:08 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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*AnArmAndALeg: A left hand and both legs for one skeleton pirate, actually. And a stab InTheBack.
13th May '16 7:43:14 AM Claystripe
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13th May '16 7:42:33 AM Claystripe
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The version of the ride located in Shanghai Disneyland, given the subtitle "Battle for the Sunken Treasure" is much more of a RecursiveAdaptation of the films than its predecessors, featuring a battle between Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones that combines traditional animatronics and sets (including a few [[Continuity Nod continuity nods]] to the original ride) with advanced projection effects on immense screens for a more blockbuster experience.

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The version of the ride located in Shanghai Disneyland, given the subtitle "Battle for the Sunken Treasure" is much more of a RecursiveAdaptation of the films than its predecessors, featuring a battle between Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones that combines traditional animatronics and sets (including a few [[Continuity Nod continuity [[ContinuityNod nods]] to the original ride) with advanced projection effects on immense screens for a more blockbuster experience.
13th May '16 7:42:11 AM Claystripe
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The version of the ride located in Shanghai Disneyland, given the subtitle "Battle for the Sunken Treasure" is much more of a RecursiveAdaptation of the films than its predecessors, featuring a battle between Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones that combines traditional animatronics and sets (including some ContinuityNods to the original ride) with advanced projection effects on immense screens for a more blockbuster experience.

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The version of the ride located in Shanghai Disneyland, given the subtitle "Battle for the Sunken Treasure" is much more of a RecursiveAdaptation of the films than its predecessors, featuring a battle between Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones that combines traditional animatronics and sets (including some ContinuityNods a few [[Continuity Nod continuity nods]] to the original ride) with advanced projection effects on immense screens for a more blockbuster experience.
13th May '16 7:40:00 AM Claystripe
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The version of the ride located in Shanghai Disneyland, given the subtitle "Battle for the Sunken Treasure" is much more of a RecursiveAdaptation of the films than its predecessors, featuring a battle between Jack Sparrow and Davy Jones that combines traditional animatronics and sets (including some ContinuityNods to the original ride) with advanced projection effects on immense screens for a more blockbuster experience.
6th Feb '16 4:52:53 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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The centerpiece of Disneyland's New Orleans Square (and an anchor of Adventureland in any other park it's since been replicated at), the attraction was originally conceived of as a partially animated wax museum walkthrough before the realities of crowd control and the technical advances from the 1964 World's Fair projects upgraded the plans into a full boat ride full of Audio Animatronics. The end result, which opened in 1967, is widely considered to be a high contender for Imagineering's MagnumOpus and has become a standard that other rides are judged against.

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The centerpiece of Disneyland's New Orleans Square (and an anchor of Adventureland in any other park it's since been replicated at), the attraction was originally conceived of as a partially animated wax museum walkthrough before the realities of crowd control and the technical advances from the 1964 World's Fair projects upgraded the plans into a full boat ride full of Audio Animatronics. The end result, which opened in 1967, is widely considered to be a high contender for Imagineering's MagnumOpus masterpiece and has become a standard that other rides are judged against.
22nd Jan '16 8:49:59 PM TitoMosquito
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* IronicName: The overweight wench is named Tiny.



* UndeadAuthor: "Dead men ''do'' tell tales."

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* UndeadAuthor: "Dead UndeadAuthor:
-->'''Davy Jones:''' Dead
men ''do'' tell tales."
tales.
11th Jan '16 9:06:01 AM Prfnoff
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The one Ride/DisneyThemeParks ride that launched a successful film franchise, '''''Pirates of the Caribbean''''' was one of the last attractions overseen by WaltDisney himself.

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The one Ride/DisneyThemeParks ride that launched a successful film franchise, '''''Pirates ''Pirates of the Caribbean''''' Caribbean'' was one of the last attractions overseen by WaltDisney himself.
31st Oct '15 2:34:08 PM maxwellsilver
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* DemBones

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* PirateParrot: Several, with one known as Peg-Leg Pete (no relation to WesternAnimation/{{Pete}}) once functioning as the mascot of the Magic Kingdom version.
* RapePillageAndBurn

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* PirateParrot: Several, with one known as Peg-Leg Pete (no relation to (not ''that'' WesternAnimation/{{Pete}}) once functioning as the mascot of the Magic Kingdom version.
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