Francis X. Atencio remembers riding with Walt Disney through the dark swamp in Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean ride before it opened — from haunted caverns to a pirate galleon to a ransacked Caribbean seaport.
He turned to Disney and apologized as they drifted past a bustling marketplace scene, where a pirate auctioned off a woman to a crowd of rowdy buccaneers.
“I’m sorry we can’t hear all of their lines,” Atencio said.
Disney responded: “This way, each time people go through it, they’ll hear something new.”
This amazing attraction is 40 years old, and with the movies being wildly popular, it will continue to be popular for a very long time. I just wish that the WDW version is as extensive as the one at Disneyland. But I guess they all can't be identical.