Disney takes theme park rides to a whole new dimension when Leech and his fellow bone cage mates plummet to their deaths – it’s the only practical way to end a waltz. Join us for minute 38 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott’s intention to make Leech more meaningful to the audience by giving the character lines usually attributed to Joshamee Gibbs, the look of shock on the Native Bridge Guard and Motley crew’s faces as Leech and his cage mates fall to their death, behind the scenes with the king snake animal actor, a little mnemonic to keep you safe when encountering tropical coral snakes, more information on the Pelegostos Bridge Guard, and a wee bit of information on the Torch Native portrayed by Jonathan Limbo.
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