We discover pirate’s Groundhog’s Day with tragic love, a handful of tentacles and a musical snuff box that includes some Spaghetti Western inspiration in this episode. Join us as we tackle minute 89 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and discuss some NorCal Pirate Festival missed connections, deep dive into Davy Jones’ tragic and eternally repeating cursed lost love with Calypso represented by his pipe organ and music box locket, breakdown the minute’s music by examining Davy Jones’ theme, and it’s connection and similarities to “La resa dei conti” from Ennio Morricone’s soundtrack to For a Few Dollars More.
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