Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland Park is officially back from refurbishment. We reported a few months ago that Disney was working to remove the controversial scene in the ride of a redheaded woman being sold at a pirate’s auction. The scene was transformed at Disneyland Paris, the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland. Today, the newly redesigned scene was on display as Pirates of the Caribbean returned, just in time for summer. There’s is also an opportunity to meet the redhead, known as Redd!
The new scene features a pirate auctioneer overseeing a sale of the townspeople’s most prized possessions and goods. The familiar redhead figure has also switched sides to become a pirate who’s just pillaged the town’s rum supply.
There were even limited edition cards being passed out to celebrate the reopening of the classic, ever so popular Pirates of the Caribbean.
Check out this video featuring the new ride. Kim Irvine, Art Director for Walt Disney Imagineering, gives us a peek at what’s new inside Pirates of the Caribbean (warning—spoiler alert)!
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