We’re back scalawags and ready to give props to love gone bad…fishy bad. Join us for the latest episode as we unravel minutes 106 and 107 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. The white sandy beaches of Isla Cruces are the perfect setting to discuss the Pirates of the Caribbean: the edge of oblivion fan film, the power of Davy Jones’ Dead Man’s Chest, the contents of the buried chest, a flintlock peg leg, history of baroque pearls and their legendary powers, the origin of the idiom “Time and tide wait for no man” with Chaucer and St. Marher, the surprise return of Will Turner, questions about Killing Davy Jones’ heart and the Kraken, 5 individual musical scores from the expanded soundtrack, and we jump into Dead Man’s Chest script including American illustrator Howard Pyle who defined the pirate look stereotype.
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