Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Easter egg: On disc 2 of the 2-disc special edition, enter Mastering The Blade. Highlight Return To Bonus. Press left and down. This should highlight the keyhole. Press OK to see a short clip of the dog and its trainer.

Easter egg: On Disc 2, highlight "Jerry Bruckheimer - A producer's photo diary", press Left three times. This should highlight some of the grass. Press OK to watch a clip of the Coconut Man.

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Easter egg: On Disc 2, highlight "Creating the Kraken", press Left and Up twice. This should highlight a piece of the grass. Press OK to see how they animated the Twin Pirates.

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Easter egg: On Disc 2, highlight "Fly on the set - The Bone Cage", press Left, Down and Left. This should highlight a leaf. Press OK to watch a clip with the stand-by painter.

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Easter egg: On Disc 2, highlight "According to plan", press Left twice. This should highlight a leaf. Press OK to watch how the food was made for the entire film crew.

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Continuity mistake: When the huge water wheel rolls to the beach and falls on its side, it falls with the broken, wide, wood side of the axle facing up. However, as Will and Norrington climb out, inexplicably it's the slim side of the water wheel's axle that is now facing up. But in a following shot, it is the other way round again. (01:52:22)

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Elizabeth: There will come a moment when you have the chance to do the right thing.
Jack: I love those moments. I like to wave at them as they pass by.

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Trivia: The rings worn by Jack Sparrow are not mere props, but rings that Johnny Depp actually owns. After completing the first film and learning of the second and third installments, Depp actually bought several rings specifically for the Pirates films. Another one of the rings he wears is actually a replica of an antique ring he owns.

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Question: When Will goes looking for the key on the destroyed ship, a sailor falls in the foreground, and when Will approaches him he has no face whatsoever. Did the kraken do that? Why and how was he still alive?

Answer: Yes, the idea is that this poor soul got too close to one of the Kraken's tentacles and one of the suckers pulled his face off. Presumably he can still breathe in some fashion, something has been left that allows air access to the lungs, allowing him to still be alive, although it doesn't sound like he's long for this world, so presumably the damage is extensive.

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