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Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Disney Removing Bride Auction Scene From ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ Ride

Next time you take your family on Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean ride, you might notice a change: No more “wenches” up for sale as brides to the highest bidder.

Yup, Disney has announced this classic ride — found at Disneyland, Disney World, and Disney Paris — will no longer feature the animatronic tableau of four women in chains being auctioned off by a guy that looks like your uncle’s one friend who never says much but just stares a log.

The bride auction will be replaced by a scene that features the one unchained female — the redhead on the right in the above photo — “helping the townspeople ‘unload” their valuables.”



Anonymous said...


Rebel Without a Clue said...

White Washing Movies Now! What a joke. Let's make everything PC.

Anonymous said...

Hadn't really thought about it but I'm sure the kids will still enjoy the ride without getting the idea that putting women in chains up for auction is somehow normal.