For years, fans have chanted "We wants the redhead," along with the drunken pirates in the auction scene of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney theme parks around the world. Last year, Disney announced that it would redesign the scenechanging the role of the iconic Redhead from trafficked victim of the pirates raiding the city to an active participant in that sacking. The recast Redhead, who debuted on Walt Disney World's Pirates of the Caribbean ride earlier this year, now brandishes a gun as the line-up of townspeople behind her now await their chance to "sell" their valuable to the pirates, instead of being sold off to the pirates themselves.
Does anyone know of a date for the closure of Pirates of the Caribbean for the change of the Redhead and rest of the auction scene? I haven't heard a date and I thought it would be good to know in case someone is making plans for a trip to DL at the time it will be down. Paris was done in July, I think.
The "star" of the iconic Auction scene in the ride, the Redhead is a buxom young animatronic woman who's next in line to be sold off to a leering collection of drunken pirates, who are heckling the auctioneer trying to sell a "stout-hearted, and corn fed" captive, taunting him with chants of "We wants the redhead! But instead of waiting to be sold off, this time, she will be doing the "buying," joining the pirates to relieve the people of the Mercado of their possessions. The redesigned scene will be included in the Disneyland Paris version of the ride, which reopens after an extended refurbishment on July
I know she will though. This will be over soon. I lean back against my seat and sigh inwardly, chastising myself for not having come up with a better explanation by now.
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I'm crafting and pressing flowers that I forage, and I'm learning something new almost everyday. As my soaping alter ego name implies Picky Redhead I've grown rather selective. Turns out the logging companies had big plans for the area.
By the end ofit will be loot rather than women that will be up for bidding at Disneyland and at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. The moment has already been stricken from the attraction at Disneyland Paris. The revamp will also give Pirates of the Caribbean something it has long lacked: a strong central female character. Change, however, is often hard to stomach for Disney park die-hards.