Dinner is served and it’s fitting for a band of marooned mutinous crew on the infamous island of Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for minute 77 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss Wyvern’s incredible CG animation and detail, his likeness to the archaeological find the Tollund Man, his uncanny ability to rival Captain Jack Sparrow in circle talking, a comparison of Davy Jones and Wyvern, Hal Hickel’s animation team and Industrial Light and Magic, and the real origin of Robert Louis Stevenson’s song “Dead Man’s Chest” as found in his novel Treasure Island and its connection to Edward Teach, Blackbeard.
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