It’s time for some good old skeleton throat slicing action, but not before we embrace our love for classical romances and swashbucklers. In minute 111 of The Curse of the Black Pearl, we get an update on the latest Dead Men Tell No Tales box office results, give everyone a heads up that we are attending the Northern California Pirate Festival, discuss Elizabeth Swann’s escape and path to becoming a pirate, try to solve the mysterious appearance of the last longboat, get a little lesson in the origin and pronunciation of the word lieutenant, go behind the scenes with skeleton pirate shadows, touch on creative cinematography technique for filming the pirate sneak attack on the HMS Dauntless, link Pirates of the Caribbean to the classical romance genre, and end on a Really Bad Eggs segment where we highlight our favorite quotes of the week. Join us for this episode of the Pirates of the Caribbean Minute!
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