It’s a the meanest, most rotten-tempered simian in all the Caribbean and a fitting end to season 1 of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 143 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we announce the future of an expanded show with weekly episodes starting in September 2017 covering all things Pirates of the Caribbean – rides, movies, and expanded universe, Disney pirates, and pirate history, the return of our minute breakdown format on November 6th with Dead Man’s Chest, and discuss the post-credit scene and origins of this cinematic segment, the use of corporations to limit the risk of filmmaking, specifically in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, a new theory that Jack the monkey has been alive since the Aztecs delivered the cursed gold to Cortes, the meaning behind the Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Walt Disney Pictures logos including the accompanying song “When You Wish Upon A Star,” and a THANKS to everyone who inspired the show and helped make the first season a success.
Pirates of the Caribbean Minute returns in September 2017 with weekly or bi-weekly general discussion episodes, and returns with a movies by minute format on November 6, 2017 covering Dead Man’s Chest.
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