Voodoo dudes, iguanas, fireflies, and bats – that’s got to be the perfect Disney pirate movie scene. Sprinkle in a little Captain Jack Sparrow, a helping of iguana street meat, and a definitive visual reference to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, and we have ourselves a swashbuckler adventure. Join us for minute 50 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss the slowing of the pace of the film, the regional differences in how we refer to fireflies, the incredible journey of post-hurricane iguanas in the Caribbean, Jack Sparrow’s uneasiness when visiting Tia Dalma, and the origin of the phrase “As thick as thieves.”
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