Disneyland is making big changes to one of the most iconic scenes in its "Pirates of the Carribbean" ride. A scene that depicting an auction of women brides will be replaced next year when the ride closes for routine maintenance.
Both Disneyland Park in Anaheim and the Magic Kingdom Park in Florida will be removing the wench auction. Changes will also be made to the "Pirates" ride at Disneyland Paris.
The Disney Parks Blog said a new scene depicting frightened townspeople lining up to give the invading pirates their money and valuables will be installed. Some characters won't be going away - the tall, redheaded woman from the auction block will still be in the scene, but now as a rifle-toting pirate.
Characters from the "Pirates" movie franchise will also be added, including the infamous Captain Barbossa. Ghostly images of Davy Jones and Blackbeard will floated around warning riders that "dead men to tell tales!"