When you’re caught in a lie it’s always wise to break out the old pressganged excuse. Join us for minute 78 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss Captain Jack Sparrow getting hit on by Elizabeth Swann the lad, Gibbs feels an pressing need to save all the rum, Jack’s over the top dialogue, sound mixer Lee Orloff, the dangerous floating dock set, we learn how tall ships arrived and left docks and piers with a bit of maritime history, get patriotic with Revolutionary War ship draft marks and the archaeology behind Cornwallis’ sunken ships, and revisit the disheveled, drunk and vomiting former Commodore James Norrington.
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