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Tag Archives: POTC
The Disney Store has been slowly rolling out t-shirts based on attraction poster designs for the last few months. Sometimes it’s a classic design, and sometimes something new. This new set of shirts features one of the most classic Disney … Continue reading
There’s a good chance that Johnny Depp will be back as Captain Jack Sparrow in the 5th installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. I don’t see how they could continue the series without him now that they’ve abandoned … Continue reading
A sad accident at Disneyland Paris yesterday where a 5 year old boy was hospitalized with serious injuries after falling off the boat he was riding in on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. According to reports, the child fell … Continue reading
Early Disneyland food options were limited mostly to carnival food and chicken dinners. Most of the restaurants were run by third party operators that Walt had brought in when he ran short of money building the park. These food locations … Continue reading