Oh, here she comes, watch out sailors she’ll chew you up, she’s a maneater! It’s a man-trapping good time as we try to squeeze every classic 18th century woman’s stereotype about marriage into one blimey minute of the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest film as possible. Join us for minute 48 as we discuss the movies liberal use of old stereotypes about women and male sailors, ask ourselves if Elizabeth Swann could really pass herself off as a man aboard a ship full of sailors, dive into some crew and their actors including burser’s Max Baker and Captain Bellamy’s Alex Norton, and make a connection to the real pirate “Black Sam” Bellamy and jump into this incredible 18th century history-making pirate and the actual recovery of his ship the Whydah and its treasure in the 1980s.
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