Just another day on the ship – 18th century sailors taking a break from scrubbing the deck and manning the wheel to fight over a wedding dress. Everyone likes to feel pretty sometimes. Join us for this episode as we breakdown minute 47 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest by discussing Will Turner’s apparent inability to recognize Captain Jack Sparrow’s hunt for the key of Dead Man’s Chest scam, the incredible cinematography including the definitive view of Port Royal and its harbor, the use of seamless transitions, the appearance of the merchant ship Edinburgh Trader and its link to the famous replica HMS Bounty, a quick bit of Mutiny on the Bounty history and the Pitcairn Islands, behind the scenes with Steven Speirs, the Quartermaster of the Edinburgh Trader, costuming by Penny Rose, and our recurring segment Really Bad Eggs.
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