One Magic Barrel (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 60)

Dead Man's Chest Episodes Season 2

You know you’re lucky when the only thing left standing after a Kraken attack is a single barrel completely full of a mysterious flammable liquid…but it makes for a nice blazing sword. Join us for minute 60 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss the prevalence of flaming swords in movies and mythology, the incredible sawfish (or carpet shark) and its saw being made into swords, more pirates of the Caribbean underwater cinematography, the Flying Dutchman crew materializing from the hull of the ship, real-life explanations for Flying Dutchman and ghost ship sightings attributed to mirages, the Fata Morgana affect and its origin to the legend of King Arthur, fairy cities, sorceress Morgan le Fay, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, we get an introduction to some of the Flying Dutchman crewmembers – Clanker portrayed by Andy Beckwith and Ogilvey played by Jonathan Linsley, and we start things off with the Pirate Word of the Week.

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