Join us for minute 13 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we finally admit that the rum is indeed always gone. In this episode we talk Pirates of the Caribbean snacks, callbacks to The Curse of the Black Pearl, and art direction and set details that lead us to explore the pirate history of graphite, hour glasses, teddy bears, and the altering of ships to fit the needs of pirates like Bartholomew Roberts, Edward England, and Edward Lowther. It’s a true mixing of Pirates of the Caribbean movie magic and real mutineers and pirates.
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