BACKSTORY (March 18, 1967—Present): The lusty pirates chasing shapely females in circles (figures on hidden turntables) and the comic reversal of an overweight woman chasing a pirate offended some, so Disney gave the hefty woman a rolling pin. The scene changed again in 1997: pirates chased women with pies and the large woman chased a pirate with a stolen ham. Another pirate was once shown exhausted from his pursuit of an unwilling female, holding her petticoat and uttering suggestive lines like “It’s sore I be to hoist me colors upon the likes of that shy little wench,” and “I be willing to share I be.” The woman popped her head out from a barrel behind him. The “Pooped Pirate” was renamed the Gluttonous Pirate and recast in 1997 as a hungry rogue. His dialogue included “Me belly be feeling like galleon with a load of treasure” and “I be looking for a fine pork loin I be.” A cat replaced the woman in the barrel.