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  • A portrait of things to come.

    I have heard this for years but only as rumor and speculasion, is it or isnt it a picture of what becomes of the Redhead at the auction scene.

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    Re: A portrait of things to come.

    That's the original concept, I believe. I can't remember if this is in Surrell's book or if I just read it on here, though.
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    • #3
      Re: A portrait of things to come.

      The portrait in the Tavern with the skeletons, it's way in the back.
      It's hinted, but I don't remember if it was confirmed.

      Another question:

      Friend claimed that the portait was somehwere else (in the captain's quarters when it first opened then it was moved to the bar when they PC's it...

      true?

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        Re: A portrait of things to come.

        :blink:
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        • #5
          Re: A portrait of things to come.

          I have no idea but that seems pretty loosely tied if you ask me.
          Yay, betrothal!:blush:

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          • #6
            Re: A portrait of things to come.

            Originally posted by AlexLoup View Post
            The portrait in the Tavern with the skeletons, it's way in the back.
            It's hinted, but I don't remember if it was confirmed.

            Another question:

            Friend claimed that the portait was somehwere else (in the captain's quarters when it first opened then it was moved to the bar when they PC's it...

            true?
            To answer your question, that's false. As far as I know and have read, the portrait has always been in it's current spot.

            As to if it's the red head in the auction scene...that's generally an accepted thing, but I've never heard of Marc Davis confirming that.




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            • #7
              Re: A portrait of things to come.

              Originally posted by pineapplewhipaddict View Post
              To answer your question, that's false. As far as I know and have read, the portrait has always been in it's current spot.

              As to if it's the red head in the auction scene...that's generally an accepted thing, but I've never heard of Marc Davis confirming that.
              thank you for that.

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              • #8
                Re: A portrait of things to come.

                So no official word, huh?

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                • #9
                  Re: A portrait of things to come.

                  according to the pirates book that talks about it going from themeparks to the movies, it does state that the picture in the bar scene is what happens to the red head.

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                  • #10
                    Re: A portrait of things to come.

                    Can someone post a pic of what this post is about?
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                    • #11
                      Re: A portrait of things to come.

                      I'm in the same boat as Orcatime. Can we get a picture in this thread, especially because I live out in Oklahoma, so if this is something regarding something actually at Disneyland, I wouldn't be able to see it any time in the foreseeable future =(.

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                      • #12
                        Re: A portrait of things to come.

                        Originally posted by Twist_of_Fate View Post
                        I'm in the same boat as Orcatime. Can we get a picture in this thread, especially because I live out in Oklahoma, so if this is something regarding something actually at Disneyland, I wouldn't be able to see it any time in the foreseeable future =(.
                        Look at pineapplewhipaddict's avatar...that's the painting to which everyone is referring.

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                        • #13
                          Re: A portrait of things to come.

                          I wonder how she loses an eye? Yeeesh!

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                          • #14
                            Re: A portrait of things to come.

                            Originally posted by Goofy Daddy View Post
                            I wonder how she loses an eye? Yeeesh!
                            Watch mythbusters. Sailors used to use an eye patch not just for a missing eye but to keep one eye dark adapted for when they had to run below decks (into the dark) during the heat of battle.


                            And cuz they just look cool. I might wear one on my next trip to DL......
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                            • #15
                              Re: A portrait of things to come.

                              Originally posted by Moonliner View Post
                              Watch mythbusters. Sailors used to use an eye patch not just for a missing eye but to keep one eye dark adapted for when they had to run below decks (into the dark) during the heat of battle.


                              And cuz they just look cool. I might wear one on my next trip to DL......
                              Sweet! Thanks for the info! I love Myth Busters, but I guess I haven't seen that episode. Interesting.

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