in that pirates are the good...er...not-so-bad guys in this world.

Also it features Blackbeard as a pirate and Barbossa as a British privateer.

An unfortunate of one of the Pirate Lords learned this the hard way.

The position itself is chosen by vote (and being pirates, all of them ), and was voted by Sparrow and self, breaking the tie and becoming the Pirate King in the third movie.

The Pirate Lords were, to a man, skint broke.

When the Black Pearl attacks Port Royal, the pirates in the neighboring cell are freed by a cannonball knocking down the wall, but Jack is still stuck in his cell.

Several times through all three films, characters make note of how difficult it's become to make a living as a pirate, with no sign of the change slowing down.


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A Pirate Looks at Fifty by by Jimmy Buffett: Summary …

Real pirates were (and still are) murderers, rapists, thieves, and sadists who wanted to take their life of crime to the lawlessness of the sea where they were harder to pursue.