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Pirates of the Caribbean Operations Manual, circa 1976
freddiefreelance
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From: San Diego, Ca.
Posted: 2006-05-24 1:41 pm   Permalink

From Robyn Miller at the Tinselman blog:

http://tinselman.typepad.com/tinselman/2006/05/pirates_of_the_.html
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Today the tinselman time machine takes us back to 1976. Apple Computer has just been started, The Ramones have released their first album, and you have just been given your 48 page Standard Operating Procedure for Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean.

You open it to page 2...

Avast there, mateys, and welcome aboard the Pirates of the Caribbean!

Pirates is Disneyland's most complex audio-animatronic adventure, where guests journey back to the days of pirateering on the Spanish Main.

Read the following pages carefully... there is a lot to learn.

If you have any questions, please ask your working leader or supervisor.

(Warning... there are no pages 35 or 47)

Page 1: Table of Contents
Page 2: Introduction
Page 3: Fact Sheet
Page 4: Fact Sheet
Page 5: Fact Sheet
Page 6: Admittance Policy
Page 7: Guest Control
Page 8: Turnstile
Page 9: Loader
Page 10: Unloader
Page 11: Unloader
Page 12: Utilities
Page 13: Dispatching
Page 14: Dispatching
Page 15: Dispatching
Page 16: Breakdown Procedures
Page 17: Breakdown Procedures
Page 18: Breakdown Procedures
Page 19: Attraction Breakdowns
Page 20: Attraction Breakdowns
Page 21: Types of Breakdowns
Page 22: Types of Breakdowns
Page 23: Types of Breakdowns
Page 24: Types of Breakdowns
Page 25: Types of Breakdowns
Page 26: Machinery Operation Description
Page 27: Machinery Operation Description
Page 28: Machinery Operation Description
Page 29: Machinery Operation Description
Page 30: Control Panel
Page 31: Control Panel
Page 32: Control Panel
Page 33: Dispatch Panel
Page 34: Dispatch Panel
Page 36: Opening/Closing Procedure
Page 37: Control Tower, Opening/Closing Procedure
Page 38: Control Tower, Opening/Closing Procedure
Page 39: Tips for Hosts and Hostesses
Page 40: Emergency Procedure
Page 41: Emergency Procedure
Page 42: Working Leader Procedure
Page 43: Working Leader Procedure
Page 44: Working Leader Procedure
Page 45: Working Leader Procedure
Page 46: Door Identification
Page 48: Door Identification

See previous post, Your Cadaverous Pallor, the 1975 Operating Procedure for Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.


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Polynesiac
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Joined: Jan 29, 2004
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From: San Pedro, CA
Posted: 2006-05-25 08:29 am   Permalink

page 12 states:

"this is not a break area, therefore there will be no eating, no smoking, no reading and no sleeping in this postion"

(bold added by me) - DAMN! no sleeping allowed?

cool post freddie
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