In this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute we wrangle the credits, some music, some actors and a whole lot of tourists. Join us for minute 135 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we speculate about the meaning behind the use of “Based on Walt Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean” in the end credits, and discuss photoshop co-creator and Industrial Light and Magic’s Chief Creative Officer John Knoll, discover the uncanny likeness of Music Supervisor Bob Badami to a late 1980s black comedy movie’s title character, give a self-serving shout out to casting directors, wonder why certain actors have higher billing than others, describe the end credits music, and reveal 7 pearls of wisdom from Joshamee Gibbs.
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