Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest quotes

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Bloopers
Captain Jack Sparrow
Davy Jones
Elizabeth Swann
Lord Cutler Beckett
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Will Turner


Will: Why is Jack afraid of the open ocean?
Gibbs: Well, if you believe such things... there's a beast does the bidding of Davy Jones - a fearsome creature with giant tentacles that'll suction your face clean off, and drag an entire ship down to the crushing darkness. The Kraken. They say the stench of its breath is...[shudders] Imagine... the last thing you know on God's green Earth is the roar of the Kraken, and the reeking odor of a thousand rotting corpses... if you believe such things.
Will: And the key will spare him that?
Gibbs: Well, that's the very question Jack wants answered. Bad enough even to go visit...her.
Will: "Her?"


Pintel: You know you can't read!
Ragetti: It's the Bible, you get credit for trying!
Pintel:: Pretendin' to read the Bible's a lie! That's a mark against ... [points up.]

No, you want you to find this. Because the finding of this finds you incapacitorially finding and/or locating in your discovering the detecting of a way to save your dolly belle ol' what's-her-face. [pause] Savvy?

Flying Dutchman's First Mate: Down on your marrow-bones and pray!

One soul is not equal to another.

Jack: Now all that's left is to climb aboard Davy Jones's crocodile machine or whatever it's called. [to crew offscreen] What's the bloody thing called? Flying what..? Dutchman!
Jack: I shall help you find the compass if you'll do strange things to my dog. His name is Tim.
Gibbs: Let's put some distance between us and this island and head out to open sea.
Jack: Yes to the first and yes to the second but only insofar as we I'll just start that take again shall I?
Gibbs: Good idea.
Governor Swann: The charge is conspiring to set free a man convicted of... [sighs]
All: [complete silence]
Governor Swann: I can't read my own writing. Crimes, thank you very much.
Lord Cutler Beckett: The charge is conspiring to set free a man legally lawfully I'm sorry I'm slightly confused about what version we're doing. Shall I say it or does Jonathon say it?
Governor Swann: It's my line, dear.
Lord Cutler Beckett: Oh, sorry.
Governor Swann: [mouths] That's mine, bitch!
Jack: Are you certain? [loud creaking sound]..... [quietly] Sorry.
Jack: Why fight when you can negotiate? All one needs- [realizes a dreadlock is stuck in the jar of dirt] [Will cracks up laughing] Help?
Sailor: There is a female presence on board, sir. All the men have felt her- [rest of the crew crack up laughing] No, they haven't felt her...
Jack: Your recolciliatory reacaliotory relalaltrltyyua LA. There, I said it, I feel better for it.
Gibbs: Again! Again!
Lord Cutler Beckett: [having forgotten his line] [pauses, indicates Governor Swann] Kill him!
Tia Dalma: If you want to brave the weird, and haunted shores at World's End, then... [tries to move, realizes her dress is stuck on a table] I'm stuck, sorry.

Davy Jones: The chest is no longer safe. Chart a course for Isla Cruces. Get me there first, or there'll be the devil to pay!
Koleniko: First?
Davy Jones: Who sent that thieving charlatan onto my ship? Who told him of the key? [beat] Jack Sparrow.

Bootstrap Bill Turner: Will...
Will: I don't need your help!
Bootstrap' Bill Turner: [after whipping his own son at Davy Jones' bidding.] The bosun prides himself on cleaving flesh from bone, with every swing.
Will: So I'm supposed to think what you just did was an act of compassion?
Bootstrap Bill: [pained] Yes.

[about Will's plan to cut down everyone in his path] I like it. Simple, easy to remember.

You owe me your soul. Now it's time to pay up. (commercials)

Pintel: [about Jack, Norrington and Will fighting] How'd this go all screwy?
Ragetti: Well, each man wants the chest for himself, don't 'e? Mr. Norrington, I think, is trying to regain a bit of honor. Old Jack's looking to trade it, save his own skin. And Turner there, I think 'e's trying to settle some unresolved business 'twixt him and his twice-cursed pirate father. [belches.]
Pintel: Sad. That chest must be worth more 'n a pretty penny.
Ragetti: [tutting.] Terrible temptation.
Pintel: If we was any sort of decent, we'd remove temptation from their path.

James Norrington: By your leave, Mr. Turner.

Davy Jones: Jack Sparrow, our debt is settled.
Palifico: The Captain goes down with the ship.
Maccus: Turns out not even Jack Sparrow can best the Devil!

Pintel: I don't think it's "Kraken" anyways, always heard it said "kray-kin".
Ragetti: What? with a long A? Na-na-na-na-no-no no, "kroh-ken"'s how it's pronounced in the original Scandinavian, and "Kraken"'s closer to that.
Pintel: Well we ain't original Scandinavians, are we? "Kray-kin".
Ragetti: It's a mythological creature, I can calls it what I wants!

Davy Jones: They're here, and I cannot set foot on land for near of a decade!
Maccus: Then you trust us to go in your stead?
Davy Jones: I trust you to know what happens should you fail!