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"Captain Jack is back."

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest is the second installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, released on July 7, 2006 as a follow-up to the first film, The Curse of the Black Pearl. The film stars Johnny Depp (Captain Jack Sparrow), Orlando Bloom (Will Turner), Keira Knightley (Elizabeth Swann). It was directed by Gore Verbinski, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio. Dead Man's Chest would be followed in 2007 by At World's End.


Charming rogue pirate Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is back for a grand, swashbuckling, nonstop joyride filled with devilish pirate humor, monstrous sea creatures, and breathtaking black magic. Now Jack's got a blood debt to pay—he owes his soul to the legendary Davy Jones (Bill Nighy), ghostly Ruler of the Ocean Depths— but the ever so crafty Jack isn't about to go down without a fight. Along the way, dashing Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and the beautiful Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) get up in the thrilling whirlpool of misadventures stirred up in Jack's quest to avoid eternal damnation by seizing the fabled Dead Man's Chest!


Fate Intervenes

"You look beautiful."
"I think it's bad luck for the groom to see the bride before the wedding.
Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann[src]
Will and Elizabeth arrested

Will and Elizabeth arrested by Cutler Beckett.

It is the wedding day of Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley). However, the arrival of Lord Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander) in Port Royal disrupts proceedings, as both Will and Elizabeth are arrested on the charge of setting free an enemy of the crown: Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), whom Beckett also wishes to track down.

Jack has his own set of troubles to worry about, however. A debt he made with Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) to raise the Black Pearl from the depths of the ocean thirteen years ago is set to be paid, and Jack does not wish to bind himself to a lifetime of servitude as part of Jones' crew. Instead, he sets out to locate the Dead Man's Chest and the key that opens it, in order to gain control over Jones himself. Jack escapes from a Turkish prison with a drawing of the key, and sets off to track it down. Meanwhile, Cutler Beckett strikes a deal with Will Turner, wishing for him to obtain Jack Sparrow's compass in exchange for a full pardon. Will remains dubious, but is left with no other choice.

The Search for Jack Sparrow

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William "Bootstrap Bill" Turner marks Jack Sparrow with the Black spot.

"Time's run out, Jack."
William "Bootstrap Bill" Turner to Jack Sparrow[src]

By this point, Jack has begun his voyage, though is unable to discern any resolute course from his compass. He descends to the lower deck to search for more rum, where he encounters William "Bootstrap Bill" Turner (Stellan Skarsgård). Turner had chosen to serve Davy Jones after being sent to the bottom of the ocean by Hector Barbossa—as a cursed man, unable to die. He warns Jack that his time is up, and that Jones has released the Kraken to bring Jack in. Before departing, Bootstrap marks Jack with the Black Spot, a sign that the Kraken is coming for him. Terrified, Jack orders Joshamee Gibbs (Kevin R. McNally) to head for land—any land—to avoid this terrible beast. In the confusion, Jack the monkey knocks Sparrow's hat into the sea, where it is carried far from its owner. It ends up in the hands of two fishermen, whose ship is suddenly dragged under the water by an unseen creature.

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Will Turner talking to Elizabeth Swann in the brig.

In the prisons at Fort Charles, Will informs Elizabeth of his plan to track down Jack, but Governor Weatherby Swann (Jonathan Pryce) does not trust Will to free both himself and Elizabeth. As Will begins his search in Tortuga, Weatherby procures passage back to England for himself and his daughter. Will's search ends on Isla de Pelegostos, where the Black Pearl has been beached. As he explores the nearby tropical forest, Will is captured by the native Pelegostos, and taken to a mountaintop village. There, he finds Jack acting as chief of the tribe, and though Sparrow does nothing to help Will in his predicament, he does whisper, "Save me!" before Will is taken away. Back in Port Royal, Governor Swann releases Elizabeth and makes for a rendezvous with Captain Hawkins, only to find Beckett's henchman, Mercer (David Schofield), waiting for him. Elizabeth, however, uses Mercer's appearance as a diversion, escaping back to Fort Charles, where she confronts Lord Beckett at the end of a pistol. Beckett makes a deal with her, giving her the Letters of Marque in exchange for Jack's compass. She leaves, and stows away, disguised as a sailor boy, aboard the Edinburgh Trader.

Cannibal Island

"Don't eat me!"
Cotton's Parrot[src]
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The Black Pearl on the shore of Pelegosto Island

Meanwhile, another prison break has occurred, and now Pintel (Lee Arenberg) and Ragetti (Mackenzie Crook) are making their way to Pelegosto Island along with the Prison Dog. They reach land, and set about preparing to take the Pearl as their own. Elsewhere on the island, Will Turner is being held inside one of two bone cages suspended over a ravine, along with the surviving crew of the Pearl. Gibbs informs him that the Pelegostos believe Jack is a god in human form, and intend to free his divine spirit by roasting and eating his "fleshy prison". The crew attempts to swing their cages across the chasm to climb up the other side. However, Leech spurs his crewers on to compete with Will and the others, and in their haste, tumble from the side of the cliff and plummet into the ravine. This draws the attention of a sentry, who runs to warn the villagers.

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Jack chased by the Pelegostos.

The sentry inadvertantly buys Jack some time, as his arrival coincides with the Pelegostos' attempt to roast Jack alive. He escapes while the villagers race to kill their prisoners, but meets further resistance as he makes his way through the village. As Will and the crew roll through the jungle, still trapped inside their cage, Jack falls into a ravine, though his fall is broken by the pole he is tied to, and a series of wooden bridges.

The crew makes it back to the Pearl just as Pintel and Ragetti, recently escaped from jail with help from the Prison Dog, are attempting to commandeer the ship. Jack himself arrives, pursued by the entire Pelegostos tribe, though manages to board the ship before they can catch him. Instead, their attention is drawn by the dog, who runs off into the jungle, chased by the natives.

A Touch of Destiny

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The crew during their meeting with Tia Dalma.

"You want me to find this?"
"No. You want you to find this, because the finding of this finds you incapaciatorially finding and/or locating in your discovery a detecting of a way to save your dolly belle, ol' what's-her-face. Savvy?
Will Turner to Jack Sparrow[src]

Once back on the water, Will reveals he requires Jack's compass, though Jack brushes him off, instead ordering Gibbs to head upriver. He then proceeds to explain, using Will's naivety concerning Davy Jones, that the key Jack is looking for will enable Will to rescue Elizabeth. Elizabeth herself has departed Port Royal onboard the Edinburgh Trader, and begins to arouse the crew's superstitions when they come to believe her dress belongs to the spirit of a vengeful woman. By now, the Pearl's crew has taken to the longboats and heads up the Pantano River into Cypress Forest, for a meeting with the voodoo priestess, Tia Dalma. There, Dalma senses a "touch of destiny" about Will, and tells the tale of Davy Jones to her audience. She reveals that Jones, once in love, tried to spare himself the heartbreak of losing his love by cutting out his own heart, and locking it away in a chest. She also informs Jack that Jones keeps the key about his person at all times, and offers him a jar of dirt, explaining that, as Jones is unable to set foot on land for another decade, Jack should keep land about him for protection. Dalma then divines the location of the Flying Dutchman, for which the Pearl sets sail.

Bargain with Jones

Jack barging with Jones

Jack bargains with Davy Jones.

"One soul is not equal to another!"
"Aha, so we've established my proposal as sound in principle. Now we're just haggling over price."
Davy Jones and Jack Sparrow[src]

Will Turner volunteers to head over to what he believes is the Dutchman and negotiate for Jack's soul. However, he is unaware that the wrecked ship he boards is not Jones' ship, which bursts out of the water in front of him as Will explores the vessel. He is surrounded by Jones' crewmen, who have served for so long on the Dutchman that various sea creatures have been assimilated into their bodies. Will is knocked out and lined up with the survivors of the wreck. Davy Jones reveals himself, proposing a deal with any who would rather serve aboard his ship than face their final judgement in death. One man refuses, and is killed, while others are forced to agree. Jones realizes Will is neither dead nor dying, and demands to know his purpose. Will reveals that Jack Sparrow sent him to settle his debt, and Jones uses his supernatural power to bring himself, along with his crew, aboard the Black Pearl to confront Sparrow himself. Jack tries to tell Jones that he (Jack) was only Captain for 2 years until Barbossa's mutiny, but Jones refuses to accept that and reminds him he has introduced himself as Captain Jack Sparrow for all these years. Jack negotiates with Davy Jones, and is given three days to find one hundred souls to serve Jones—the first being Will himself, still aboard the Dutchman. Jones removes the Black Spot, and Jack immediately heads for Tortuga to harvest the souls.


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James Norrington joining the crew of the Black Pearl.

"How are we going?"
"Including those four, that gives us...four.
Jack Sparrow and Joshamee Gibbs[src]

Elizabeth is also on her way to Tortuga, after again using the Edinburgh crew's superstitions against them. She makes them believe the spirit is asking them to go to Tortuga, and writes the name in oil on the ship's deck, setting it on fire to get their attention. As a pirate band played in the cantina, Gibbs recruited sailors to sail aboard the Pearl—and ultimately to be handed over to Jones—though manages only to recruit four. The fifth reveals himself as now-former commodore, James Norrington, having been disgraced after piloting his ship into a hurricane while pursuing Jack and the Black Pearl. He starts a bar brawl after attempting to shoot Jack, which is joined by Elizabeth as Jack and his crew sneak out. Elizabeth knocks Norrington unconscious before he can do any more damage, and he is thrown into the pigsty. Mercer watches these proceedings, and later offers Norrington a deal on behalf of Lord Beckett.

Night on the Dutchman

Will steals the key

Will stealing the Key to the Dead Man's Chest.

"I want this."
"How do you know of the key?"
"That's not part of the game, is it?
William Turner and Davy Jones[src]

Meanwhile, aboard the Flying Dutchman, Bootstrap Bill is reunited with his long-lost son after Jimmy Legs orders "Mr. Turner" to secure the mast tackle. Both Turners attempt the procedure, and when Bill encounters his son, lets go of the line, causing Will to drop a hoisted cannon into the deck. For his apparent mistake, Jimmy Legs prepares to whip Will, but Bootstrap intervenes, intent on taking his son's punishment. Davy Jones appears questioning this kindness as Boostrap reveals to the crew and Will that he is the boy's father. Cruelly, Jones forces Bootstrap to whip his own son, though Bootstrap insists it was an act of compassion compared to the severe lashing Jimmy Legs would have inflicted.


The Kraken destroys the Edinburgh Trader.

Back in Port Royal, Beckett meets with a manacled Governor Swann and informs him that Elizabeth has been sighted by Mercer in the company of Sparrow and "other fugitives from justice". He convinces an extremely reluctant Swann to relinquish his authority to him, in order to assure Elizabeth's safety.

On the Flying Dutchman, Will meets his father, and they both play Davy Jones at Liar's Dice in an attempt to win the key. They lose, but Will later steals it and rows to a ship (the Edinburgh Trader). Davy Jones realizes this means that Jack is after his heart. He catches the Edinburgh Trader and summons the Kraken which destroys the ship and kills all aboard (except for Will, who escapes), while Davy Jones sets sail for the island the heart is buried on.

Isla Cruces

Jack with the heart

Jack opens the chest.

"The chest is no longer safe. Chart a course to Isla Cruces!"
Davy Jones to Koleniko[src]

Both crews arrive at the island at much the same time, although Davy Jones sends his sailors to retrieve the chest as he cannot set foot on land for another decade. Jack, Norrington and Elizabeth use the compass to find the chest. Will appears and is reunited with Elizabeth. They embrace and Will kisses her before digging up a chest. However, a three way sword-fight erupts between Jack, Will and Norrington, who all want the heart for their respective purposes: Jack wants to use the heart to blackmail Jones into negating his debt, Will wants to stab the heart and kill Jones to release his father (which Jack won't allow as there will be nobody to call off the Kraken), and Norrington wants to take the heart to Beckett and regain favor in the British Navy. As they are occupied, Davy Jones's crew arrives and attack Ragetti and Pintel who have taken the chest while Jack, Will, and Norrington fight each other.

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The Black Pearl flees from the Flying Dutchman.

Elizabeth chases both Ragetti and Pintel, eventually fleeing and fighting with them as Davy Jones' crew catches up with the chest they were carrying. They manage to fight them as Jack manages to get away from Will and Norrington. He opens the dropped chest, taking Davy Jones' heart and closing it again. He puts it in the jar of dirt he brought with him when he runs and makes it back to the longboat. Eventually, while Jack is distracted, Norrington sees both the chest and the jar of dirt in the longboat. He makes a "brave" gesture of taking the chest and running with it to draw Davy Jones' crew away from the others to help them make their escape not telling them that he has already taken the heart from the jar. Jack, still thinking that he has the heart, agrees and the others flee. Norrington is cornered by Davy Jones' crew, but plays the coward and drops the chest to run away while they laugh.

The Kraken

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The Kraken attack the Black Pearl.

"Get away from the rail!"
"What is it?"
"The Kraken!
William Turner and Elizabeth Swann[src]

Escaping the island, the Pearl outruns the Flying Dutchman, causing Jones to summon the Kraken after them. Jack remains unconcerned until the jar drops and shatters, revealing that the heart is gone. With no defense against the Kraken, Jack abandons the ship aboard one of the lifeboats, for which Elizabeth labels him a coward. As the crew prepares to battle Kraken, Jack looks compass before deciding whether or not to go back and help. Will and the rest of the crew have managed to put together a trap to help defend the ship and it is during that final battle against the Kraken that Elizabeth runs into the returning Jack. He fires a shot into the trap of gunpowder that wounds the Kraken and drives it into temporary retreat. Knowing they cannot hold against the Kraken any longer, Jack gives the painful order to abandon ship.

The Captain goes down with his ship

"Jack Sparrow...our debt is settled."
Davy Jones[src]
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Jack Sparrow goes down with the Pearl

However, Elizabeth realizes the Kraken is specifically after Jack. She kisses him passionately, and as she does, Will (who is climbing down the ship to the wooden "lifeboat") witnesses the kiss but says nothing, although he is clearly hurt. Elizabeth uses the opportunity to chain Jack to the mast as the rest of the crew escape from the ship. Jack has seemingly decided to show his good side by returning to help at the risk of his own life, while Elizabeth for once throws her own sense of honor and decency to the wind, both by kissing Jack, and by chaining him to the mast to save herself. She tells everybody in the lifeboat they escape in that Jack has "elected" to remain aboard and go down with his ship and they sail away from the Black Pearl. Jack manages to slip out of his shackles just as the Kraken appears on all sides of the ship, trapping him. Jack grabs a sword and the last we see of him he is smiling and saying, "Hello, beastie," and attacking the Kraken as the monster destroys the Black Pearl and drags her underwater to her grave. Davy Jones sees this and proclaims Jack's debt fulfilled. However, he then realizes that something is not right and asks to see the "chest". After realizing his heart has been stolen and believing Jack had it when the Kraken killed him, he looks up into the sky and shouts, "Damn you, Jack Sparrow!"

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Cutler Beckett being given the Heart of Davy Jones.

The Heart and a new Captain

"If you intend to claim these, then you must have something to trade; do you have the compass?"
"Better...the heart of Davy Jones.
Cutler Beckett and James Norrington[src]

Norrington is found by ships from the East India Trading Company and is taken to Port Royal. There, he reappears and reports to Beckett with the Letters of Marque. To Beckett's surprise, Norrington does not deliver Sparrow's magical compass as Beckett hoped, but another, more powerful item, the heart of Davy Jones.

"All right. But if you go and brave the weird and haunted shores at World's End, then you'll need a captain who knows those waters."
Tia Dalma to the survivors of the Kraken attack[src]
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Hector Barbossa introduced.

The Pearl's survivors revisit Tia Dalma where they drink a toast to Jack, during which time Will is still distrustful of Elizabeth following the kiss he witnessed. Will tries to comfort her, mistaking her guilt for sadness, by promising that if anything could be done to save Jack that he would do it. Tia interrupts Will before he can finish and questions how far he or the rest of the crew would truly be willing to go to save Captain Jack, Will, Elizabeth, and the crew unanimously agree to travel to the World's End to save him. A now cheerful Tia explains that they will need a captain who knows those waters. Just as she finishes these words, footsteps are heard coming down the stairs.


The Prison Dog as chief of the Pelegostos.

Everyone gathers around to see, to their surprise, that it is none other than the formerly dead Captain Hector Barbossa who exclaims, "So tell me, what's become of my ship?" before biting into a green apple and laughing, finally free of the curse that had plagued him once before.


Back at Pelegosto, the Pelegostos tribe is worshiping their new chief: the Prison Dog.











For more promotional images and videos, check out the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest/Gallery.

Behind the Scenes


The film's score was composed by Hans Zimmer, and built on established cues while introducing several new ones.


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Dead Man's Chest teaser poster.

Worldwide release

The film was released on July 6, 2006 in the United Kingdom and Australia, and on July 7, 2006 in the United States of America. In the US it was rated PG-13 for "Intense Sequences Of Adventure Violence, Including Frightening Images", and was rated 12A in the UK, as it "Contains moderate horror and action-adventure violence".

Home release

The film was released on DVD in the United States on December 5, 2006, with a European release later in the same month. A "Collector's Edition" with extra features was also released. The features of the DVD are as follows:

Disc 1:

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
  • Bonus Features

Disc 2:

  • Charting the Return
  • According to Plan
  • Captain Jack: From Head to Toe
  • Mastering the Blade
    • Orlando Bloom
    • Keira Knightley
    • Jack Davenport
  • Meet Davy Jones
  • Creating the Kraken
  • Dead Men Tell New Tales
  • Fly on the Set: The Bone Cage
  • Jerry Bruckheimer: A Producer's Photo Diary
  • Pirates on Main Street
  • Easter Eggs

Broadcasting Rights

On February 14, 2008, USA Network bought the rights to broadcast the movies on television. [1]


  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest takes place a year after The Curse of the Black Pearl.[1]
  • When asked if Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest was exactly the movie they wrote, outside of things they would change or aspects that exceed what they wrote, screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio said it was 90 percent of what they wanted.[2]
  • Principal photography for both Dead Man's Chest and (then-untitled) At World's End began on February 27[3] or 28, 2005.[4] It began with studio and location work in Burbank, L.A., and although the first few sets were relatively modest—the rum locker of the Black Pearl and the interior of the Port Royal jailhouse—production designer Rick Heinrichs' large-scale masterworks were yet to be seen.
  • Returning to the Bahamas in the second week of January 2006, the filming of Dead Man's Chest wrapped with the conclusion of Kraken attack sequences and, ironically, shooting Captain Jack's introduction at the start of the film as one of the last scenes to be shot. And although director Gore Verbinski and company remained until the end of February working on the then-untitled "Pirates III" sequences, Dead Man's Chest was a wrap, almost exactly one year to the day filming had began in Burbank.[5][4]
    • According to Ted Elliott, production wrapped on February 7, 2006,[6] with the last shot made was the raven pecking on Jack Sparrow's coffin.[7] This was after two weeks of filming night scenes, from sunset to sunrise.[8]
  • The subtitle "Dead Man's Chest" is clever, in relation to the film's plot, in that it alludes to more than one meaning. The more obvious one refers to the actual buried treasure chest, belonging to Davy Jones who is literally a 'dead' man, or guardian of the purgatory-like 'Locker' for dying sailors. Yet the subtle meaning in fact alludes to Jones' heart: the object that the entire plot revolved around, and who allowed its possessor to in effect control the Seven Seas, did in fact come from within the dead man's physical 'chest' cavity in his body. It was also due to Jones' broken heart (from his soured relationship with Calypso, later revealed in At World's End) that the the entire backstory of his character was created, creating the foundation for the movie's story.
  • According to some rumors, the first proposed title for the second movie was Pirates of the Caribbean: Treasures of the Lost Abyss and the supposed story revolved around Jack Sparrow's search for the treasure hidden on the Abyss, the first pirate ship in the Caribbean. Pirates screenwriter Terry Rossio said that the rumor was not true but that both he and Ted Elliott liked it so much that they considered to adopt it, and even add some references to the Abyss to honor the fanbase, but nothing materialized.[9]
    • Ironically, one of Davy Jones' first lines is "Do you fear that dark abyss?"
  • One of the ideas for the plots of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End was a stop in the Disneyland-inspired Port of New Orleans but it was rejected.[10]
  • Although uncredited, the song "Dead Man's Chest" (alternatively known as "Yo Ho Ho! (And a Bottle of Rum)" according to Swashbuckler (disambiguation)) was sung by Joshamee Gibbs at the beginning of the film. This may have served as a fourth-wall joke, given the film's subtitle.
  • The scene where Elizabeth kisses Jack and then handcuffs him to the mast may have been inspired by the film Hannibal, in which Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter kiss, and Starling handcuffs Lecter's wrist to hers while he is distracted.
  • When the crew was filming the scene where Jack and Elizabeth kiss, they did not add that part to Orlando Bloom's script because they wanted his reaction to be real.
  • According to Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio's DVD commentary, whether it was in the second or third movie, the appearance of a resurrected Barbossa was how it was going to end. Barbossa's appearance was kept secret from even the cast, as they were told that an old character from the previous film would appear instead of him. It was said that this was done to help with the speechless appearance of the cast, as even his lines weren't told. Tia Dalma's last line was also never told to the cast, instead kept secret, to confuse the cast.
  • It was the first Disney film to gross $1 billion worldwide and was the studio's highest-grossing film until it was surpassed by Toy Story 3 in 2010.
  • Three famous paintings were used as the basis for the Dead Man's Chest poster; "Capture of Kent by Surcouf" by Ambroise Louis Garneray, "De Windstoot" by Willem van de Velde the Younger, and "De Hollanders steken Engelse schepen in brand tijdens de tocht naar Chatham, 20 juni 1667" by Jan van Leyden.
  • The DVD cover of Dead Man's Chest is currently the only cover to have the least amount of characters featured on it: Johnny Depp (as Jack Sparrow), Orlando Bloom (as Will Turner), and Keira Knightley (as Elizabeth Swann). The other movies all have at least four characters included on the DVD cover.
  • According to Terry Rossio, Dead Man's Chest is personally the best produced film he and Ted Elliot have written, citing the degree of difficulty for the film to be insane, as it followed the success of The Curse of the Black Pearl, reverse-engineered a trilogy and recaptured the magic of the original film.[9]
  • Gore Verbinski stated in an interview with Collider that Dead Man's Chest is the film "he is most proud of" from the original Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy.[11]
  • In the ending credits for Dead Man's Chest, the music and songs were credited as followed.

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Notes and references

  1. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest takes place a year after The Curse of the Black Pearl as evidenced by Jack Sparrow's line about being captain of the Black Pearl for only "two years" before Barbossa's mutiny, which was ten years before CotBP. Davy Jones confirms their deal occurred thirteen years prior to DMC, leaving another year to account for the time between films.
  2. Close-Up: Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio on 'Dead Man's Chest'
  3. Wordplay Forums: First day of shooting: Feb 27, 2005 @, posted by Ted Elliott (February 15, 2006)
  4. 4.0 4.1 POTC2 Presskit
  5. POTC3 Presskit
  6. Wordplay Forums: Finally!, posted by Ted Elliott (February 9, 2006)
  7. Wordplay Forums: A raven pecking on a ... oh, that would be a spoiler : ) @, posted by Ted Elliott (February 9, 2006)
  8. Wordplay Forums: Two weeks straight, sunset to sunrise @, posted by Ted Elliott (February 15, 2006)]
  9. 9.0 9.1 2020 Interview with Terry Rossio
  10. Disney Insider Yearbook 2005 - Year in Review, p. 102
  11. Exclusive: Gore Verbinski Reflects on His ‘Pirates’ Trilogy and the Intense Production of the Sequels: “It Was Survival Mode” at Collider