Governor Swann: So...this is the path you've chosen, is it? After all, he is a blacksmith.
Elizabeth Swann: No; he's a pirate.
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|Title||Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl|
|Original entry||Aboard the Pearl, in the close-up of Elizabeth hiding the dinner knife in the napkin, the base of the decorative embossed silver knife handle (area of bolster, where the blade meets the handle) is flat all the way around. However, oddly enough, when she stabs Barbossa moments later, in the close-up of the knife protruding from Barbossa's chest there are two wide ridges circling the base - obviously a different knife.|