History Ride / PiratesOfTheCaribbean

13th Jul '17 3:14:08 PM FigmentJedi
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* DarkerAndEdgier: The Paris version of the attraction has traces of this, as it drives home the moral of "greed kills" even further by rearranging the scenes in the ride. The ride starts off with the pirates attacking Port Royal, then the riders go under an arsenal that explodes, which "kills" the riders and sends them to Davy Jones' Locker, where they see the corpses of the pirates from earlier, having now been cursed to [[AndIMustScream live their afterlife there for all eternity]].

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* DarkerAndEdgier: The Paris version of the attraction has traces of this, as it drives home the moral of "greed kills" even further by rearranging the scenes in the ride. The ride starts off with the pirates attacking Port Royal, then the riders go under an arsenal that explodes, which "kills" the riders and sends them to Davy Jones' Locker, where they see the corpses of the pirates from earlier, having now been cursed to [[AndIMustScream live their afterlife there for all eternity]]. This was deflated with the 2017 installation of movie elements however with the "Jack Sparrow victorious with the treasure" scene added to other versions taking over the caves's treasure room.
29th Jun '17 7:10:03 PM FigmentJedi
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** In 2017, it was announced that the Wench Auction would be altered into a scene of the pirates auctioning off the townsfolk's possessions at gunpoint with the Redhead being turned into one of the leaders of the sale and holding a rifle.



* PirateGirl: A painting in the skeleton caves implies this is what the redhead became. Additionally, Disneyland's queue features portraits of Anne Bonny and Mary Read.

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* PirateGirl: A painting in the skeleton caves implies this is what the redhead became.Redhead became, something the Imagineers would take into mind when reworking the Auction scene. Additionally, Disneyland's queue features portraits of Anne Bonny and Mary Read.
18th Jun '17 10:01:27 AM nombretomado
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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 of the Caribbean'' was one of the last attractions overseen by WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney himself.
28th Aug '16 1:31:06 AM MrNickelodeon
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* AdaptationDistillation: Magic Kingdom's ride is essentially the "Reader's Digest" version of the original Disneyland attraction, eliminating several scenes in the caves as well in the town, and having only one drop instead of two. The reason for this was due to the clone of the ride having to built on a very quick schedule, as there was a lot of angry guest demand to bring the ride over to Florida. The original intention was that the attraction was going to remain exclusive to Disneyland, as Imagineers felt that Floridians would be tired of seeing pirates, as much of Florida culture is baked in pirate lore. There instead would've been an equivalent attraction called the ''Western River Expedition'', which would have been themed around the WildWest, as by comparison Imagineers thought that Floridians would be far more intrigued by the tales of the Old West, because of cowboys and the like being mostly absent from Florida's history.

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* AdaptationDistillation: Magic Kingdom's ride is essentially the "Reader's Digest" version of the original Disneyland attraction, eliminating several scenes in the caves as well in the town, and having only one drop instead of two. The reason for this was due to the clone of the ride having to built on a very quick schedule, as there was a lot of angry guest demand to bring the ride over to Florida. The original intention was that the attraction was going to remain exclusive to Disneyland, as Imagineers felt that Floridians [[SeenItAll would be tired of seeing pirates, as much of Florida culture is baked in pirate lore.lore]]. There instead would've been an equivalent attraction called the ''Western River Expedition'', which would have been themed around the WildWest, as by comparison Imagineers thought that Floridians would be far more intrigued by the tales of the Old West, because of cowboys and the like being mostly absent from Florida's history.
28th Aug '16 1:24:37 AM MrNickelodeon
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* AdaptationDistillation: Magic Kingdom's ride is essentially the "Reader's Digest" version of the original Disneyland attraction, eliminating several scenes in the caves as well in the town, and having only one drop instead of two. The reason for this was due to the clone of the ride having to built on a very quick schedule, as there was a lot of angry guest demand to bring the ride over to Florida. The original intention was that the attraction was going to remain exclusive to Disneyland, as Imagineers felt that Floridians would be tired of seeing pirates, as much of Florida culture is baked in pirate lore. There instead would've been an equivalent attraction called the ''Western River Expedition'', which would have been themed around the WildWest, as by comparison Imagineers thought that Floridians would be far more intrigued by the tales of the Old West, because of cowboys and the like being mostly absent from Florida's history.
28th Aug '16 1:02:12 AM MrNickelodeon
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* DarkerAndEdgier: The Paris version of the attraction has traces of this, as it drives home the moral of "greed kills" even further by rearranging the scenes in the ride. The ride starts off with the pirates attacking Port Royal, then the riders go under an arsenal that explodes, which "kills" the riders and sends them to Davy Jones' Locker, where they see the corpses of the pirates from earlier.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: The Paris version of the attraction has traces of this, as it drives home the moral of "greed kills" even further by rearranging the scenes in the ride. The ride starts off with the pirates attacking Port Royal, then the riders go under an arsenal that explodes, which "kills" the riders and sends them to Davy Jones' Locker, where they see the corpses of the pirates from earlier.earlier, having now been cursed to [[AndIMustScream live their afterlife there for all eternity]].
28th Aug '16 12:59:27 AM MrNickelodeon
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* RapePillageAndBurn: What the pirates do to Port Royal in the ride, though most of the "rape" implications have been removed over the years.

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* RapePillageAndBurn: What the pirates do to Port Royal in the ride, though most of the "rape" rape implications have been removed over the years.
28th Aug '16 12:57:08 AM MrNickelodeon
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* CanonImmigrant: In the wake of the movie series success, Jack Sparrow, Davy Jones and Barbossa were brought into the ride with a story involving a race between Jack and Barbossa's crew to acquire the town's treasure.

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* CanonImmigrant: In the wake of the movie series success, Jack Sparrow, Davy Jones and Barbossa were brought into the ride with a story involving a race between Jack and Barbossa's crew to acquire the town's treasure.treasure, as well as Barbossa wanting to find and capture Jack as well. Blackbeard, from the fourth film, was later added into the ride as well in 2011.



%%* DemBones

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%%* DemBones* DemBones: In the opening scenes, it appears that some of the dead skeletons in the caves are still moving, being forever cursed.



%%* RapePillageAndBurn

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%%* RapePillageAndBurn* RapePillageAndBurn: What the pirates do to Port Royal in the ride, though most of the "rape" implications have been removed over the years.



* UndeadAuthor:
-->'''Davy Jones:''' Dead men ''do'' tell tales.

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* UndeadAuthor:
UndeadAuthor: Both Davy Jones and Blackbeard voice their objections when it's said that "Dead men tell no tales."
-->'''Davy Jones:''' Dead men Ah, but they ''do'' tell tales.tales, so says I...Davy Jones.
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.
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