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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (25-Jun-2006)

Director: Gore Verbinski

Writers: Ted Elliott; Terry Rossio

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Swashbuckling, Disneyland, Ghost

Second entry in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise follows Jack Sparrow as he strives to recover the heart of Davy Jones to guarantee his continued freedom.

Sequel to Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003). It's a pirate's life once more for Jack Sparrow and the rest of the Black Pearl's crew in this encore to 2003's Curse of the Black Pearl, following the embattled Captain as he is reminded of the great debt he owes to Davy Jones, captain of the supernatural Flying Dutchman, and his own hellish ensemble of crewmates. Threatened with an eternity spent in Davy Jones' locker, Jack must band together with Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann if he is to recover Jones' heart and save his hide now and for eternity.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Orlando Bloom
13-Jan-1977   Lord of the Rings
Mackenzie Crook
29-Sep-1971   Gareth Keenan on The Office
Jack Davenport
1-Mar-1973   Steve Taylor on Coupling
Johnny Depp
9-Jun-1963   Captain Jack Sparrow
Naomie Harris
6-Sep-1976   Pirates of the Caribbean
Tom Hollander
25-Aug-1967   Gosford Park
Keira Knightley
26-Mar-1985   Bend It Like Beckham
Kevin McNally
27-Apr-1956   Pirates of the Caribbean
Bill Nighy
12-Dec-1949   Love Actually
Jonathan Pryce
1-Jun-1947   Sam Lowry in Brazil
Stellan Skarsgård
13-Jun-1951   Breaking the Waves


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