Characters by... Edit
Shouldn't Jeff Nathanson come under the Characters by list, since some of the characters were his own additions?
- As far as I know, I think not. True, I kinda took the "Characters by" part from the credits of the previous films, just assuming the same would be done for P5 credits. And while I will say "never say never" to not adding Nathanson's name on the list, I doubt they will for this film's credits because this is Nathanson's first. I hope I'm making sense...(scratches head) Bottom line, I'm 75% sure that (story-wise) Nathanson will only be credited as the writer. But again, never say never. --
CJ SFanOn Stranger Tides, Arkham City 17:50, February 22, 2015 (UTC)
In Spain, France, Italy, Brazil and Vietnam, Dead Men Tell No Tales will be released as The Revenge of Salazar, and in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, it will be released as Salazar's Revenge. SW-1313 (talk) 10:11, October 5, 2016 (UTC)
- I really hope that won't happen in my country where Pirates 4 was released as The Unknown Tides.--UskokSea Queen, Nemesis 10:20, October 5, 2016 (UTC)
Since the coat of arms on the mainsail of this ship is identical to the coat of arms used on the Spanish galleons (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) I think it's safe to say the Spanish Navy will appear.--UskokSea Queen, Nemesis 16:45, October 21, 2016 (UTC)
- Of course. Hard to prove that they're not, methinks, given the evidence. --
CJ SFanOn Stranger Tides, Arkham City 10:13, October 22, 2016 (UTC)
- As it turns out, the double-headed eagle represents the Holy Roman Empire but the shield with the lion and the castle represents the kingdoms of Castile and León (Spain). It seems that combination was first used by Charles V, who was at the same time the Holy Roman Emperor and the King of Spain as Charles I.--UskokSea Queen, Nemesis 17:46, October 22, 2016 (UTC)
Movie Timeline? Edit
I always thought the Pirates series took place in the 1760s at the very latest, but in this most recent film the guillotine is introduced as a "new invention" for execution. The guillotine wasn't invented until the late 1780s just before the French Revolution really exploded. So what is the truth?
188.8.131.52 16:42, May 27, 2017 (UTC) concerned citizen