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Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is a 2003 American fantasy swashbuckler film directed by Gore Verbinski and the first film in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. Produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer, the film is based on Walt Disney s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disney theme parks. The story follows pirate Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) and blacksmith Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) as they rescue the kidnapped Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) from the cursed crew of the Black Pearl, captained by Hector Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), who become undead skeletons in moonlight.

Jay Wolpert developed a script in 2001, and Stuart Beattie rewrote it in early 2002. Around that time, producer Jerry Bruckheimer became involved in the project; he had Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio work on the script, adding the plot device of a supernatural curse to the story to bring it in line with the original theme park ride. Filming took place from October 2002 to March 2003 in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and on sets constructed around Los Angeles, California.

The first film released under the Walt Disney Pictures banner to be rated PG-13 by the MPAA, The Curse of the Black Pearl had its world premiere at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, on June 28, 2003. Defying low pre-release expectations, the film was a huge box-office success, grossed $654.3 million worldwide; making it the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2003. It received generally positive reviews from critics, with Depp s performance receiving universal acclaim. The film has been widely cited as the film that launched Depp as a box-office leading man after many years as a cult movie star. Depp won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role, in addition to Best Actor nominations at the Academy Awards, BAFTAs, and Golden Globes. The Curse of the Black Pearl was also nominated for four other Academy Awards and BAFTAs. The film became the first in a franchise, with two back-to-back sequels, Dead Man s Chest and At World s End, released in 2006 and 2007. Two more sequels, On Stranger Tides and Dead Men Tell No Tales, were released in 2011 and 2017, respectively.


In 1720, while sailing to Port Royal, Jamaica, aboard HMS Dauntless, Governor Weatherby Swann, his daughter Elizabeth and crew encounter a shipwreck and recover a boy, Will Turner. Elizabeth discovers a golden pirate medallion around his neck and takes it. Eight years later, Captain James Norrington is promoted to commodore and proposes to Elizabeth. Her corset makes her faint and fall into the sea, causing the medallion to emit a pulse. Captain Jack Sparrow, having just arrived in Port Royal to commandeer a ship, rescues Elizabeth. Norrington identifies Jack as a pirate, and a chase ensues. Jack encounters Will, now a blacksmith. They duel, and Jack is imprisoned. That night, the Black Pearl attacks Port Royal, searching for the medallion. The crew of the Pearl captures Elizabeth, taking her to meet Captain Barbossa. Elizabeth claims her last name is Turner to conceal her identity as the governor s daughter. Barbossa explains that the medallion is one of 882 gold pieces that his crew took from a treasure of Hernán Cortés on Isla de Muerta as a payment to stop the massacre against the Aztecs but Cortes, being too greedy, rejected it, and the Aztec gods put a curse on the treasure. This cursed Barbossa and his crew, turning them into immortals who appear skeletal in moonlight. Barbossa and his crew have returned all but one of the pieces, with Elizabeth s medallion being the final piece. Barbossa takes her prisoner, believing she is the daughter of William Bootstrap Bill Turner, Will s father and a previous crewmate of the Pearl, whose blood is needed to lift the curse.

Will frees Jack to rescue Elizabeth, whom Will loves. Jack, the previous captain of the Black Pearl before Barbossa staged a mutiny, makes a deal with Will to reclaim his ship. The two commandeer HMS Interceptor, a small sloop-of-war, and head for Tortuga. There, Jack enlists Gibbs to help them assemble a crew. Chasing the Pearl to the Isla de Muerta, Will and Jack witness Barbossa sacrificing Elizabeth s blood and returning the final gold piece. The curse is not lifted. Will rescues Elizabeth and brings her to the Interceptor, while Jack is captured by Barbossa and locked in the brig of the Pearl. The Pearl pursues the Interceptor, destroying the ship and taking Jack s crew hostage. Will makes a deal with Barbossa to release Elizabeth in exchange for his blood, but Barbossa exploits a loophole in the agreement, marooning Jack and Elizabeth on an island. Elizabeth makes a smoke signal, and Norrington brings the Dauntless to rescue Elizabeth and arrest Jack. Elizabeth asks Norrington to pursue the Pearl and save Will, persuading him by accepting Norrington s marriage proposal.

That night, the Dauntless arrives at Isla de Muerta. Jack tells Norrington he will lure the pirates out to be ambushed by the crew of the Dauntless, but instead persuades Barbossa s crew to attack the Dauntless before they lift the curse and lose their immortality. Elizabeth escapes the Dauntless and frees Jack s crew from the brig of the Pearl. They refuse to rescue Jack and Will, so Elizabeth sets out on her own while Jack s crew depart aboard the Pearl. Jack again switches sides, freeing Will and dueling Barbossa, while Elizabeth and Will fight off Barbossa s crewmen. When Barbossa stabs Jack, it is revealed that Jack took a piece of gold from the chest and is likewise cursed and unable to die. Jack shoots Barbossa, and Will returns both coins to the chest with his and Jack s blood on them. The curse is lifted; Barbossa dies from Jack s gunshot, and the rest of Barbossa s crew, no longer immortal, are arrested.

At Port Royal, Jack is to be hanged for piracy. Elizabeth diverts Norrington s attention while Will attempts a rescue, but Jack and Will are surrounded. Elizabeth intercedes and declares her love for Will. Governor Swann pardons Will and gives his blessing for Elizabeth to marry him. Jack dives into the sea and escapes aboard the nearby Pearl, reclaiming the ship and his new crew. Norrington permits Jack and the Pearl one day s head start before initiating pursuit.


  • Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow: An eccentric and trickster pirate characterized by his slightly drunken swagger, slurred speech and awkwardly flailing hand gestures. He has gained a reputation with made-up stories of how he escaped from the deserted island he was put on. He is determined to regain the Black Pearl, which he captained ten years before. The role was originally written especially for Hugh Jackman, thus the name Jack Sparrow ; however, he was not well known outside of his native Australia, so Disney cast the more famous Depp as Jack. Depp found the script quirky: rather than trying to find treasure, the crew of the Black Pearl were trying to return it in order to lift their curse; also, the traditional mutiny had already taken place. Initially Sparrow was, according to Bruckheimer, a young Burt Lancaster, just the cocky pirate. At the first read-through, Depp surprised the rest of the cast and crew by portraying the character in an off-kilter manner. After researching 18th-century pirates, Depp compared them to modern rock stars and decided to base his performance on Keith Richards. Although Verbinski and Bruckheimer had confidence in Depp, partly because it would be Bloom who was playing the traditional Errol Flynn type, Disney executives were confused, asking Depp whether the character was drunk or gay, and Michael Eisner at one point proclaimed, He s ruining the film! Even Bruckheimer was slightly uncomfortable with Depp s decision to actually cap his teeth with gold. Depp later recalled, I said, Look, these are the choices I made. You know my work. So either trust me or give me the boot. And luckily, they didn t.
  • Geoffrey Rush as Captain Barbossa: The captain of the Black Pearl, he was Captain Jack Sparrow s first mate before he led a mutiny ten years before. He and his crew stole cursed Aztec gold, for which they are cursed to walk the earth forever. Barbossa was conceptualized as a villain, as a dark trickster and evil counterpart to Jack Sparrow, Johnny Depp created the name Hector Barbossa on set though the name was never revealed onscreen. Verbinski approached Rush for the role of Barbossa, as he knew he would not play it with attempts at complexity, but with a simple villainy that would suit the story s tone. Contrarily, Rush felt that he was playing the unsung hero of the film, who only dreamed about lifting the curse and living as a rich rogue with his prized pirate bride and developed an intricate backstory for the character to play him more convincingly. Originally, Rush was only second choice for the role behind Robert De Niro, who turned it down as he expected the film to flop like previous pirate films did.
  • Orlando Bloom as Will Turner: A blacksmith s apprentice working in Port Royal, he is in love with Elizabeth Swann. Will struggles with the fact his father, Bootstrap Bill, was a pirate, unable to reconcile that he was a good man too. Tobey Maguire, Jude Law, Ewan McGregor, Ben Peyton, Christian Bale and Heath Ledger were considered for the role. Tom Hiddleston auditioned for the role. Bloom read the script after Geoffrey Rush, whom he was working with on Ned Kelly, suggested it to him.
  • Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Swann: The daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann, Elizabeth has been fascinated with pirates since childhood. During the Black Pearl s attack on Port Royal, she gives her name as Turner and is mistaken for Bootstrap Bill s child. She also is in love with Will Turner. Knightley came as a surprise to Verbinski; he had not seen her performance in Bend It Like Beckham and was impressed by her audition.
  • Jack Davenport as Norrington: An officer in the Royal Navy who is in love with Elizabeth and has a deep-seated dislike for pirates. The character was only named Norrington in the film, whereas his first name James was only revealed in a deleted scene. He first served as Lieutenant aboard HMS Dauntless in the beginning, then was a Captain promoted to Commodore for the remainder of the film.
  • Kevin R. McNally as Joshamee Gibbs: Jack Sparrow s loyal first mate. The name Joshamee Gibbs only appeared in the credits, while only his last name was named onscreen. He was once a sailor for the Royal Navy, serving under Lieutenant Norrington aboard HMS Dauntless, and is the one who tells Will about the mutiny against Jack Sparrow as well as the pirate s marooning and legendary escape.
  • Zoe Saldana as Anamaria: A female pirate who signs up to join Will Turner and Mr. Gibbs for a chance to confront Jack Sparrow for stealing her ship. He promises her the Interceptor in an attempt to assuage her. Screenwriter Terry Rossio confirmed that the name was chosen simply because AnaMaria is the middle name of his daughter.
  • Jonathan Pryce as Governor Weatherby Swann: father of Elizabeth Swann and Governor of Port Royal, Jamaica. Tom Wilkinson was negotiated with to play the part, but the role went to Pryce, whom Depp idolized.
  • Treva Etienne as Koehler: A member of Barbossa s cursed crew aboard the Black Pearl. Among other roles in the film, he is one of the pirates who visits Jack Sparrow in his prison cell and is later killed by Commodore Norrington.
  • David Bailie as Cotton: A member of Jack s crew. He is introduced as a sailor who is mute because he had his tongue cut out and now has a parrot to talk for him.
  • Lee Arenberg as Pintel: A member of Barbossa s cursed crew aboard the Black Pearl. Along with Ragetti, Pintel provides the majority of the comic relief for the pirate side of the story. He says Hello poppet to Elizabeth, a line used in later films, as well as has an issue whenever someone says parley .
  • Mackenzie Crook as Ragetti: A member of Barbossa s cursed crew aboard the Black Pearl. Along with Pintel, Ragetti provides the majority of the comic relief for the pirate side of the story. He has a wooden eye that never seems to stay in place.
  • Trevor Goddard as Grapple: A member of Barbossa s cursed crew aboard the Black Pearl. This was Goddard s last on-screen appearance before his death.
  • Isaac C. Singleton, Jr. as Bo sun: A member of Barbossa s cursed crew aboard the Black Pearl.
  • Brye Cooper as Mallott, a member of Barbossa s cursed crew aboard the Black Pearl.

Supporting characters appearing in the film include Martin Klebba as Marty, a dwarf pirate; Damian O Hare as Lt. Gillette; Greg Ellis as Officer; as well as Giles New and Angus Barnett as Murtogg and Mullroy. Although characters like Marty only had a single line of dialogue in the film, each of these characters reprise their roles in the Pirates sequels, respectively.



During the early 1990s, screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio began to think of a supernatural spin on the pirate genre. Walt Disney Pictures had Jay Wolpert write a script based on the ride in 2001, which was based on a story created by the executives Brigham Taylor, Michael Haynes, and Josh Harmon. This story featured Will Turner as a prison guard who releases Sparrow to rescue Elizabeth, who is being held for ransom money by Captain Blackheart.

Disney was unsure whether to release the film in theaters or direct-to-video. The studio was interested in Matthew McConaughey as Sparrow because of his resemblance to Burt Lancaster, who had inspired that script s interpretation of the character. If they chose to release it direct-to-video, Christopher Walken or Cary Elwes would have been their first choices.

Stuart Beattie was brought in to rewrite the script in March 2002, because of his knowledge of piracy. When Dick Cook managed to convince producer Jerry Bruckheimer to join the project, he rejected the script because it was a straight pirate movie. Later in March 2002, he brought Elliott and Rossio, who suggested making a supernatural curse—as described in the opening narration of the ride—the film s plot.

In May 2002, Gore Verbinski signed on to direct Pirates of the Caribbean. He was attracted to the idea of using modern technology to resurrect a genre that had disappeared after the Golden Age of Hollywood and recalled his childhood memories of the ride, feeling the film was an opportunity to pay tribute to the scary and funny tone of it.

Jim Carrey was considered for the part of Jack Sparrow. However, the production schedule for The Curse of the Black Pearl conflicted with Bruce Almighty. Others considered for the role include Michael Keaton and Christopher Walken. Although Cook had been a strong proponent of adapting Disney s rides into films, the box-office failure of The Country Bears (2002) made Michael Eisner attempt to shut down production of Pirates of the Caribbean. However, Verbinski told his concept artists to keep working on the picture, and when Eisner came to visit, the executive was astonished by what had been created.

As recalled in the book DisneyWar, Eisner asked Why does it have to cost so much? Bruckheimer replied, Your competition is spending $150 million, referring to franchises like The Lord of the Rings and The Matrix. Eisner concurred, but with the stigma attached to theme-park adaptations, Eisner requested Verbinski and Bruckheimer remove some of the more overt references to the ride in the script, such as a scene where Sparrow and Turner enter the cave via a waterfall.

Influence of the Monkey Island series of games

Ted Elliott was allegedly writing a George Lucas-produced animated film adaptation of The Curse of Monkey Island, which was cancelled before its official announcement, three years prior to the release of The Curse of the Black Pearl. This film was allegedly in production at Industrial Light and Magic before being cancelled.

Ron Gilbert, the creator of the Monkey Island series, has jokingly expressed a bitterness towards Pirates of the Caribbean, specifically the second film, for its similarities to his game. Gilbert has also stated that On Stranger Tides, a novel by Tim Powers which was adapted into the fourth film, was the principal source of inspiration for his video games.

Filming and design

Verbinski did not want an entirely romanticized feel to the film: he wanted a sense of historical fantasy. Most of the actors wore prosthetics and contact lenses. Depp had contacts that acted as sunglasses, while Rush and Lee Arenberg wore dulled contacts that gave a sinister feel to the characters. Mackenzie Crook wore two contacts to represent his character s wooden eye: a soft version, and a harder version for when it protrudes. In addition, their rotten teeth and scurvy skin were dyed on, although Depp did have gold teeth added, which he forgot to remove after filming. Depp also used a genuine pistol which was made in 1760 in London, which the crew bought from a dealer in Connecticut. A number of swords were built for the production by blacksmith Tony Swatton. The crew spent five months creating the cavern in which Barbossa and the Black Pearl crew attempt to reverse their curse, filling it with five feet of water, 882 Aztec coins, and some gold paint on the styrofoam rocks for more impressions of treasure. The crew also built the fortress at Port Royal in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, and Governor Swann s palace was built at Manhattan Beach. A fire broke out in September 2002, causing $525,000 worth of damage, though no one was injured.

The filmmakers chose St. Vincent as their primary shooting location, as it contained the quietest beach they could find, and built three piers and a backlot for Port Royal and Tortuga. Of most importance to the film were the three ships: Black Pearl, Dauntless, and Interceptor. For budget reasons, the ships were built on docks, with only six days spent in the open sea for the battle between Black Pearl and Interceptor. Dauntless and Black Pearl were built on barges, with computer-generated imagery finishing the structures. Black Pearl was also built on the Spruce Goose stage, in order to control fog and lighting. Interceptor was a re-dressed Lady Washington, a full-scale replica sailing ship from Aberdeen, Washington, fully repainted before going on a 40-day voyage beginning December 2, 2002, arriving on location on January 12, 2003. A miniature was also built for the storm sequence.

Principal photography began on October 9, 2002, and wrapped by March 7, 2003. The quick shoot was only marred by two accidents: as Jack Sparrow steals Interceptor, three of the ropes attaching it to Dauntless did not break at first, and when they did snap, debris hit Depp s knee, though he was not injured, and the way the incident played out on film made it look like Sparrow merely ducks. A more humorous accident was when the boat Sparrow was supposed to arrive in at Port Royal sank. In October, the crew was shooting scenes at Rancho Palos Verdes, by December they were shooting at Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and in January they were at the cavern set at Los Angeles. The script often changed with Elliott and Rossio on set, with additions such as Gibbs (Kevin McNally) telling Will how Sparrow allegedly escaped from an island—strapping two turtles together with rope made of his back hair—and Pryce was written into the climactic battle to keep some empathy for the audience.

Because of the quick schedule of the shoot, Industrial Light & Magic immediately began visual effects work. While the skeletal forms of the pirates revealed by moonlight take up relatively little screentime, the crew knew their computer-generated forms had to convince in terms of replicating performances and characteristics of the actors, or else the transition would not work. Each scene featuring them was shot twice: a reference plate with the actors, and then without them to add in the skeletons, an aesthetic complicated by Verbinski s decision to shoot the battles with handheld cameras. The actors also had to perform their scenes again on the motion capture stage. With the shoot only wrapping up four months before release, Verbinski spent 18-hour days on the edit, while at the same time spending time on 600 effects shots, 250 of which were merely removing modern sailboats from shots.


The film score was composed by Klaus Badelt, while Hans Zimmer served as music producer. Seven other composers, including Geoff Zanelli, who later went on to compose the score for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Ramin Djawadi, are credited for additional music . Verbinski oversaw the score with Badelt and Zimmer, who headed 15 composers to finish it quickly. Alan Silvestri, who had collaborated with Verbinski on Mouse Hunt and The Mexican, was set to compose the score, but Bruckheimer decided to go with Zimmer s team instead, who were frequent collaborators of his productions. Silvestri left the production before recording any material.

Marketing and release

The first teaser trailer was attached to The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers while the theatrical trailer debuted in front of Anger Management.


Pirates of the Caribbean was the first film released under the Walt Disney Pictures banner to be rated PG-13 by the MPAA; one executive noted that she found the film too intense for her five-year-old child. Nonetheless, the studio was confident enough to add The Curse of the Black Pearl subtitle to the film in case sequels were made, and to attract older children. Verbinski disliked the new title because it is the Aztec gold rather than the ship that is cursed, so he requested the title to be unreadable on the poster.

Home media

The DVD and VHS editions of the film were released December 1, 2003, in the UK and December 2, 2003, in the US, with 11 million copies sold in the first week, a record for live action video. It earned $235 million from DVDs as of January 2004. This THX certified DVD release featured two discs, featuring three commentary tracks (Johnny Depp & Gore Verbinski; Jerry Bruckheimer, Keira Knightley & Jack Davenport; and the screenwriter team), various deleted scenes and documentaries, and a 1968 Disneyland episode about the theme park ride. A special three-disc edition was released on November 2, 2004, in the U.S. and April 25, 2005, in the UK.

A PSP release of the film followed on April 19, 2005. The high-definition Blu-ray Disc version of the film was released on May 22, 2007. This movie was also among the first to be sold at the iTunes music store. The Curse of the Black Pearl had its UK television premiere on Christmas Eve 2007 on BBC One at 20:30 and was watched by an estimated 7 million viewers.

On 2 January 2022, The Curse of the Black Pearl was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray. However, the film s remaster was criticized by various online reviewers for being upscaled from 2K resolution, excessive application of digital noise reduction and various other shortcomings. A review by Martin Liebman of Blu-ray.com compared the release unfavorably to the previous 2007 Blu-ray release, stating: The picture s grain has been reduced to a meshy, artificial appearance, looking frozen and flat and certainly less than genuine and flattering. Edge enhancement is in evidence. Textures have been scrubbed down and sharpened back up. Details appear waxy and lacking complexity This is just a real clunker of a UHD image and one of the least impressive the format has seen.


Box office

Before its release, many journalists expected Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl to be a flop. The pirate genre had not been successful for years, with Cutthroat Island (1995) being a notable flop. The film was also based on a theme park ride, and Depp, known mostly for starring in cult films at the time, had little track record as a box-office leading man.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl opened at #1, grossing $46,630,690 in its opening weekend and $70,625,971 since its Wednesday launch. It eventually made its way to $654,264,015 worldwide ($305,413,918 domestically and $348,850,097 overseas), becoming the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2003. Box Office Mojo estimates that the film sold over 50.64 million tickets in the US.

Internationally it dominated for seven consecutive weekends at the box office, tying the record of Men in Black II at the time. Only three movies after that broke the record; its sequel, Dead Man s Chest, (with nine consecutive #1 weekends and ten in total), Avatar (with 11 consecutive #1 weekends) and The Smurfs (with eight consecutive #1 weekends). As of February 2021, it is the 141st-highest-grossing film of all time.

Critical response

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl has an approval rating of 80% based on 220 reviews, and an average rating of 7.11/10. The site s critical consensus reads, It may leave you exhausted like the theme park ride that inspired it; however, you ll have a good time when it s over. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating to reviews, the film received an average score of 63 out of 100, based on reviews from 40 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A on an A+ to F scale.

Alan Morrison of Empire felt it was the best blockbuster of the summer, acclaiming all the comic performances despite his disappointment with the swashbuckling sequences.

The performance of Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow was particularly praised by critics and audiences alike. Review site PopMatters applauds Depp s performance by saying Ingenious and mesmerizing, Johnny Depp embodies the film s essential fantasy, that a pirate s life is exciting and unfettered. James Berardinelli of ReelViews also applauds Depp s performance by saying Pirates of the Caribbean belongs to Johnny Depp…Take away Depp, and you re left with a derivative and dull motion picture.

Roger Ebert acclaimed the performances of Depp and Rush, and particularly that It can be said that performance is original in its every atom. There has never been a pirate, or for that matter a human being, like this in any other movie… his behavior shows a lifetime of rehearsal. However, he felt the film went on for too long, a criticism shared by Kenneth Turan s negative review, feeling it spends far too much time on its huge supporting cast of pirates (nowhere near as entertaining as everyone assumes) and on bloated adventure set pieces, despite having also enjoyed Depp s performance. Mark Kermode described the film as a triumph of turgid theme-park hackery over the art of cinema .


For his performance as Captain Jack Sparrow, Johnny Depp won several awards, including Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role at the 10th Screen Actors Guild Awards, Best Male Performance at the 2004 MTV Movie Awards, and Best Actor at the 9th Empire Awards. Depp was also nominated for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy at the 61st Golden Globe Awards, Best Actor in a Leading Role at the 57th British Academy Film Awards, and Best Actor at the 76th Academy Awards, in which The Curse of the Black Pearl also received nominations for Best Makeup, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Visual Effects. Awards won by Curse of the Black Pearl include Best Make-up/Hair at the 57th British Academy Film Awards, Saturn Award for Best Costumes, Golden Reel Award for Sound Editing, two VES Awards for Visual Effects, and the People s Choice Award for Favorite Motion Picture.

  • AFI s 100 Years…100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) – Nominated
  • AFI s 10 Top 10 – Fantasy – Nominated


The film spun off four sequels, with the latest sequel released in 2017. The first two were back-to-back sequels in 2006 and 2007, Dead Man s Chest and At World s End, respectively. The third sequel, On Stranger Tides, was released in 2011. The fourth sequel, Dead Men Tell No Tales, was slated to begin production in October 2014 for a summer 2016 release, but was eventually delayed to May 2017. It was directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg. A sixth film is currently in development.

Year 2003
ReleaseDate 2003-07-09
RuntimeMins 143
RuntimeStr 2h 23min
Plot Blacksmith Will Turner teams up with eccentric pirate “Captain” Jack Sparrow to save his love, the governor’s daughter, from Jack’s former pirate allies, who are now undead.
Awards Top rated movie #236 , Nominated for 5 Oscars, 38 wins & 104 nominations total
Directors Gore Verbinski
Writers Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Stuart Beattie
Stars Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer,Paul Deason,Bruce Hendricks,Chad Oman,Pat Sandston,Mike Stenson
Music by Klaus Badelt
Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski
Film Editing by Stephen E. Rivkin,Arthur Schmidt,Craig Wood
Casting By Jennifer Alessi,Ronna Kress
Production Design by Brian Morris
Art Direction by Derek R. Hill,Michael Powels,James E. Tocci,Donald B. Woodruff
Set Decoration by Larry Dias,Cristian Bertocco
Costume Design by Penny Rose
Makeup Department Martin Astles,Jane Aull,Jacqueline Bhavnani,Marc Boyle,Kevin Brennan,Ron Brown,Shutchai Tym Buacharern,Barney Burman,Greg Cannom,Hazel Catmull,Catherine Childers,Sheila Cyphers-Leake,Natasha Davies,David DeLeon,Leslie Devlin,Ken Diaz,John Donahue,Claire Doyle,David Dupuis,Cheryl Eckert,Kris Evans,Selena Evans-Miller,Romy Fleming,Mary Jo Fortin,Nathan Franson,Shana Fruman,Kelcey Fry,Charmaine Fuller,Toni G,Chris Gallaher,Rick Glassman,Kenneth E. Grassi,Claudia Hardy,Joel Harlow,Pilar Harlow,Zoe Hay,Camille Henderson,Ann-Maree Hurley,Tim Jarvis,Sharon Kelly-Russo,John Kim,Mary Kim,Bob Kretschmer,Marese Langan,Cammy R. Langer,Felicia Linsky,Sarah Love,Lucia Mace,Sharon McVey,Brian Meck,Verena Mercenier,Anthony Miner,Geneva Nash Morgan,Gilbert A. Mosko,Ve Neill,Christopher Allen Nelson,Douglas Noe,Josée Normand,Michael O Brien,James Parr,Nina Paskowitz,Cristina Patterson,Scott Patton,Michele Payne,Yvette Perez,Michael Peterson,Art Pimentel,Joe Podnar,Paula Price,Nikita Rae,Katherine Rees,William Ritter,Sandi Rowden,Deborah Rutherford,Don Rutherford,Martin Samuel,Maria Sandoval,Verina Schafer,Susan Carol Schwary,Brian Sipe,Colette Slattery,Steven R. Soussanna,Thomas E. Surprenant,Nancy Tong,Mario Torres,Rita Troy,Todd Tucker,Brian Van Dorn,Keith VanderLaan,Jay Wejebe,Isabel While,Julia Wilson,Art Anthony,Gabriel De Cunto,Mary Howd,Tonie Keyton,Mark Nieman
Production Management Paul Deason,Tami Goldman,Thomas Hayslip,Bruce Hendricks,Douglas C. Merrifield,Miguel Ángel Poveda
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Steven F. Beaupre,Gary Romolo Fiorelli,Susan J. Hellmann,Bruce Hendricks,Peter Kohn,Lisa Mantoux,Darin Rivetti,Frederic Roth,Paul Schneider,Shea Vargé,Andrew Ward,Alexander Witt
Art Department G. Roger Abell,Lisa Alkofer,Fred Apolito,Craig B. Ayers Sr.,P. Scott Bailey,Julie Beattie Iiams,Richard Berentsen,Mark Bialuski,Robert A. Blackburn,Damon Bowden,Max E. Brehme,Ron Brown,James Ward Byrkit,Tony Chavez,Dan Colegrove,Hugh Conlon,Michael A. Contreraz,Michael Crowe,Gene Darnell,Oscar Delgadillo,Darrin Denlinger,Carl Denooyer,Yann Denoual,Mariano Fernandez,Gustavo R. Ferreyra,John Foster,Monica Frommholz,Kenneth Garrett,Philip Ginolfi,Darek Gogol,Hector M. Gonzalez,L. David Gordon,Will Grant,Chris Grantz,Shannon Hart,Maureen Higgins,Grey Hill,William Hiney,Mark Hitchler,Gregory S. Hooper,Steve Howard,Ryan Jacoby,Alan James,Adam Kealy,John Kelso,Charles Kern,Teri Anne Kopp,John Hammer Maxwell,Richard N. McGuire,Jerry Miscevich,Kristie Moore,Simon Murton,Carla S. Nemec,Aaron Newton,Richard Rocky Nichols,Aimee O Shea,Neil O Sullivan,William H. Phen Jr.,Ricky Riggs,Bert Rodriguez,Tim Scheu,Mared Scutti,David Shauger,Chris Shorty Short,Doug Sieck,Domenic Silvestri,Mick Simpson,William Ladd Skinner,Charles Stewart,Bill Taliaferro,Miles Teves,Michael Thurman,Robert Van Dyke,Teresa Visinare,Mark Weber,Thomas Noe Welch,Darrell L. Wight,Robert H. Winn,Chris Woodworth,Frank Zito,Bryan Buckler,Alan Day,Michael Denering,Jane Fitts,David Forline,Martin J. Gibbons, Cowboy James Hollan,Kon Iliov,Leslie Lawson,Carl Robarge,Fred Seibly,Trey Shaffer,Craig Zumbroegel
Sound Department Ulrika Akander,Mike Anderson,David A. Arnold,James Ashwill,Jeffrey Biggers,Christopher Boyes,David E. Campbell,Colin Cooper,John T. Cucci,Gloria D Alessandro,Colette D. Dahanne,Christine Danelski,Valerie Davidson,André Dias,Teri E. Dorman,Ken Fischer,Erik Flockoi,Nick Foley,Marva Fucci,Jessica Gallavan,Peter Gleaves,Matthew Harrison,David Holmes,Larry Hopkins,Steve Kohler,Matthew Lambourn,Lisa J. Levine,James Likowski,Melissa Lytle,Victoria Martin,Jo Mion,Magic A. Moreno,Tim Nielsen,Dan O Connell,Lee Orloff,David Parker,Thomas A. Payne,Brian Peterson,Keith Rogers,Victoria Rose Sampson,Larry Scharf,Solange S. Schwalbe,Gregg Silk,Karen Spangenberg,Greg Steele,Ted Swanscott,F. Scott Taylor,Addison Teague,George Watters II,Dave Whitehead,Nick Wollage,Keenan Wyatt,Aren Downie,Stephen W. Potter
Special Effects by Robert M. Bell,Donald T. Black,Dan Cangemi,Eugene Crum,Michael Deak,Mike Deken,Michael Del Rossa,Justin Ditter,Brandon Ellison,Ken Estes,Donald Frazee,Terry D. Frazee,Don Hastings,Eric Hellie,Jay M. Hirsch,R.J. Hohman,Grady Holder,Rod M. Janusch,Jim Jolly,Jeffrey Knott,Scott Lingard,Kristen Lobstein,Dave T. MacDonald,Ian C. McArthur,Gary Monak,Rick Monak,Daniel P. Murphy,James Nagle,Michael O Brien,Paul Obest,Joe Pancake,Edward V. Pannozzo,Carlo Perez,Samuel E. Price,Ron Rosegard,Paul Francis Russell,Kai Shelton,Keith Suzuki,Mitch Toles,Michael van Deusen,Brian Van Dorn,Paul Vigil,DungVan Vu,Ray L. Wilkerson,Bryan Wohlers,Jason Ybarra,Mark Warren
Visual Effects by Lauren Abrams,Mark Anderson,Will Anielewicz,Chris Armstrong,Carl Assmus,Al Bailey,Charles Bailey,Peter Bailey,Louise Baker,Michael Balog,Leigh Barbier,Christopher Batty,Travis Baumann,Dugan Beach,Linda Bel,Don Bies,R. Christopher Biggs,Minky Billups,Duncan Blackman,Stella Bogh,Scott Bonnenfant,Kim Boyle,Jason Brackett,Timothy Brakensiek,Marty Brenneis,Jill Brooks,Jason Brown,Dhyana Brummel,David C. Bryant,Mark Buck,David Bullock,Cathy Burrow,Michaela Calanchini,Scott Camera-Smith,Geoff Campbell,Sue Campbell,Tami Carter,Randy Cartwright,John Cassella,Grace Cheney,Minhee Choe,Eric D. Christensen,Marc Chu,Paul Churchill,Eduardo Cisneros,Michael Clemens,Robbie Clot,Grady Cofer,Brian Connor,Michael Conte,Caitlin Content,Catherine Craig,Gregory Creaser,Lee Croft,Sean C. Cunningham,Sean Curran,Gail Currey,Bruce Dahl,Scott David,Scott David,Heather Davis Baker,Vince De Quattro,Lou Dellarosa,Karin Derlich,David Deuber,Amit Dhawal,Giovanni Donovan,Andrew Doucette,John Duncan,Nika Dunne,Yanick Dusseault,Travis Dutch,Russell Earl,Evan Edelist,Matt Edwards,Robert Edwards,Christian M. Elsensohn,Leigh Ann Fan,Tom Fejes,David Fogg,Jon Foreman,Christian Foucher,Aidan Fraser,Jammie Friday,Alex Frisch,David Fuhrer,Joe Fulmer,David Gainey,Jason Gandhi,Joe Gareri,Gonzalo Garramuno,Dawn Gates,Richard Gentner,Charles Gibson,Gary Gill,Derek Gillingham,Greg Gilmore,Susan Goldsmith,Ludmila Golynski,Maria Goodale,Monique Gougeon,Jeff Grebe,Cam Griffin,Doug Griffin,Michael Grivett,Neal Halter,Stephanie Hamilton,Giles Hancock,John Hansen,Jonathan Harb,Barbara Hartmann,Kimberly Headstrom,Geoff Heron,Neil Herzinger,Hal T. Hickel,Kela Hicks,Shawn Hillier,Bryan Hirota,David Hirschfield,Sherry Hitch,Dennis Hoffman,Pablo Holcer,Simon Holden,Chris Holmes,Jae Cheol Hong,Ian House,Jen Howard,Heather Hoyland,Peggy Hrastar,Winnie Hsieh,Robyn Hudson,Jill E. Hughes,Polly Ing,Rusty Ippolito,Sarahjane Javelo,Brad Jerrell,Mike Jobe,Keith Johnson,Darren Jones,Rimas Juchnevicius,Brad Kalinoski,Moon-Jung Kang,Paul Kavanagh,Patrick Kavanaugh,Patrick Keenan,Shawn Kelly,Jeffrey Kember,Stephen Kennedy,Greg Killmaster,Amber Kirsch,Paul Kirwan,Drew Klausner,Noah Klocek,John Knoll,Marta Knudsen,Audra Koklys,Todd Krish,Tim Landry,Jean-Claude Langer,Jessica Laszlo,Jennifer Law-Stump,Jennifer Hall Lee,Kerry Lee,Rich Lee,Seung-Hun Lee,Gregory D. Liegey,Victoria Livingstone,Wayne Lo,Michael Logan,Luke Longin,Mark Alan Loso,Anthony Lucero,Jonathan Lyons,Bob Lyss,Margaux Mackay,Sean MacKenzie,Toshiyuki Maeda,Ralph Maiers,Greg Maloney,Robert Marinic,Gray Marshall,Marcel Martinez,Kevin May,Jake Maymudes,Aaron McBride,Vicky McCann,Gary McClendon,Mark Crash McCreery,W. Regan McGee,Rich McKay,John McLeod,Scott McNamara,Diana Miao,Carl Miller,Richard Miller,Tarco Mirza,Craig Mohagen,Terry Molatore,Jack Mongovan,Sébastien Moreau,Raul Moreno,Jim Morris,Dani Morrow,Wendy Morton,Michelle Motta,Robert Mrozowski,Michael Muir,Dave Murphy,Martin Murphy,Patrick T. Myers,Giovanni Nakpil,Marc Nanjo,Timothy Naylor,Patrick Neary,Paula Nederman,Ben Nichols,Brett Northcutt,Brian O Connell,Michael Olague,Marc Ostroff,Marlo Pabon,Bryan Park,Patrick Phillips,Jakub Pistecky,Nicolas Popravka,Bob Powell,Mark Powers,Ben Procter,Chris Putnam,S. Quinn,Arkell Rasiah,Chuck Ray,Gayle Reznik,Magali Rigaudias,Dylan Robinson,Elsa Rodriguez,Saba Rofchaei,Dennis Rogers,Mitchell Romanauski,César Romero,Alan Rosenfeld,Kim Ross,Jason Rosson,James Rowell,Robert Rowles,Chris Ryan,Gregory Salter,Juan-Luis Sanchez,Gunther Schatz,John Scheer,Durant Schoon,Laurel Lyn Schulman,Walter Schulz,Victor Schutz,Trish Schutz-Krause,P. Kevin Scott,Nancy Servin,Wesley Sewell,Linda Siegel,John Sigurdson,Philip Sisk,Kenneth Smith,Kim Smith,Jason H. Snell,Brian Sorbo,David Sosalla,Jana Spotts,Adam Stark,Mary Stuart,Russ Sueyoshi,Jeff Sutherland,Pat Sweeney,Michael Symmes,Tristan Tang,Masahiko Tani,Stephanie Taubert,Bridget M. Taylor,Chad Taylor,Noah Taylor,Renita Taylor,Paul Theren,James D. Tittle,James Tooley,Marjolaine Tremblay,Alan Trombla,Alex Tropiec Jr.,Patrick Tubach,Todd Vaziri,Pascale Ville,Eric Voegels,Lauren Vogt,Tim Waddy,Danny Wagner,Melanie Walas,Steve Walton,Harold Weed,Erin West,Jessica Dara Westbrook,Bob Wiatr,Ronnie E. Williams Jr.,Ivy Williams,Scott Wirtz,Andy Wong,Sylvia Wong,Jeff Wozniak,Yuichiro Yamashita,Melva Young,PeiPei Alena Yuan,Susumu Yukuhiro,Dean Yurke,Bill Zahn,Wei Zheng,Tom Zils,Rita E. Zimmerman,Daniel Zizmor,Paal Anand,Christian T. Andrews,Andy Barrios,Joel Behrens,Jayni Borgaro,Michael Carter,Mark Casey,Vanessa Cheung,Amy Christensen,Michael Cordova,Michael Curtis,Valerie Delahaye,Andrew Eksner,Donald Fly,Chris Flynn,Warren Fu,Kenneth Gimpelson,Lloyd Hess,Randy Jonsson,Ryan Kautzman,Lu Kondor,Luis Labrador,Maryjane Layani,Neil Lim Sang,Stuart Lowder,Tory Mercer,Joseph Metten,Cedric Nicolas-Troyan,Terron Pratt,George Sakellariou,Mike Sanders,Robin Scher,Sophie Shellenberger,Christopher Stack,Jeff Sturgill,Blake Sweeney,Kyle Yamamoto,Ryan Yoshimoto
Stunts Laura Albert,Joey Anaya,Tony Angelotti,Christopher Critter Antonucci,Noby Arden,Bob Arnold,Brian Avery,Matt Baker,Daniel W. Barringer,Richard L. Blackwell,Brad Bovee,Joey Box,Hal Burton,Keith Campbell,Mark Chadwick,Alex Chansky,Arnold Chon,Doug Coleman,Eugene Collier,Tim Connolly,Brycen Counts,Clay Cullen,Phil Culotta,Mark De Alessandro,Vince Deadrick Sr.,John Dixon,J. Mark Donaldson,Jayson Dumenigo,Thomas DuPont,Kofi Elam,Paul Eliopoulos,Bob Elmore,Dana Dru Evenson,Dane Farwell,George Fisher,Sebastian Foxx,Gary Fry,Dale Gibson,Tanner Gill,Allan Graf,Dean Grimes,Randy Hall,Jim Hardy,Rosine Ace Hatem,John Hay,Nick Hermz,Larry Holt,Norman Howell,Lisa Hoyle,Mark Ivie,Gainer Johnson,Oliver Keller,Wayne King,Theo Kypri,Christopher Leps,Kurt D. Lott,Eddie Matthews,Derek Mears,Tom Morga,Caryn Mower,Sonja Munsterman,Marty Murray,Eric Norris,Hugh Aodh O Brien,Casey O Neill,Vladimir Orlov,Brad Orrison,Michael Owen,Denney Pierce,Samuel Reynolds,John Robotham,Jason Rodriguez,J.P. Romano,Thomas Rosales Jr.,Gilbert Rosales,John Ross,George Marshall Ruge,Jason Russo,Marc Schaffer,Liane Schmidt,Bryan Souders,Petra Sprecher,Taso N. Stavrakis,Gary Ray Stearns,Jim Stephan,Andrea Stockert,Ronn Surels,Trampas Thompson,R.L. Tolbert,Russell Towery,Mark Aaron Wagner,Tom Waite,Chuck Waters,Patrick Watson,Jack West,Webster Whinery,Brian J. Williams,Jeff Wolfe,Brian Avery,Sala Baker,Daniel W. Barringer,Richard L. Blackwell,Jackson Bolt,Ricou Browning Jr.,Jay Caputo,Brycen Counts,John Dixon,J. Mark Donaldson,Randy Fitzgerald,Dean Grimes,Mehgan Heaney-Grier,Lisa Hoyle,Sonia Izzolena,Kris A. Jeffrey,Seth Adam Jones,Oliver Keller,Martin Klebba,Anthony Kramme,Alex Krimm,Charlotte Kyle,Kurt D. Lott,Derek Mears,Johnny Michaels,Hugh Aodh O Brien,Samuel Reynolds,Singh Ryan,Marc Schaffer,Brian Stone,Scott Tivald,Russell Towery,Jack West,Webster Whinery,Brian J. Williams,Jeff Wolfe,James York
Camera and Electrical Department Michael Allegro,Eric Amundsen,Mitchell Amundsen,Carlos Baker,Andy Bertelson,Kevin Blauvelt,Marek Bojsza,Richard Brooks Burton,Alejandro J. Castillo,Nelson A. Castillo,Ray D. Chase,Steve Colgrove,Mark Colicci,Mark Connelly,David Deever,Ralph Del Castillo,Daniel Dorowsky,Thomas Edwards,Greg Etheredge,Ken Fisher,Bryan Fletchall,Chris Garcia,Christopher J. Garcia,John Gazdik,Alan Gitlin,David Goldsmith,David González,Jarek Gorczycki,Scott Graves,Matt Guiza,Anthony D. Guzman,Chris Haarhoff,Jeffrey M. Hall,Charles Hart,Paul Hazard,Erik Hecomovich,Mason Hersey,Sean Higgins,Mitchell K. Hiniker,Kurt Iswarienko,David Janssen,Jason Jensen,Richard Jones,Stuart Kirschner,John Koth,Rick Lamb,Thomas Lappin,Ken Longballa,Trevor Loomis,David Luckenbach,Victor Major,Peter Manno,Brandon Margulies,Elliott Marks,Bill Marti,Brian McPherson,Roger Meilink,Victor Mendoza,Mark Meyers,John D. Miller,Anthony Mollicone,Eric Mutz,Tony Nagy,David B. Nowell,Andrew Osborne,Michael E. Pacheco,Ryan Pacheco,J. Michael Popovich,Glen Purdy,Martin Reder,Kenny Rivenbark,Eugene Rivera,Chis Rountree,Michael J. Salamone,Eric Sandlin,Stephen Saunders,Martin Schaer,Tony Schultz,Josh Seifert,Gihan Sandy Seneviratne,Robert Settlemire,Andrew Sykes,Jorge Sánchez,Rafael E. Sánchez,Brian Wheat Villegas,Aaron Atom Vyvial,Chris Wagganer,Alexander Witt,Steve Wolfe,Thomas Wostak,Aaron G. York,Peter Zuccarini,John Bratlien,Brian Dzyak,Tom Fendley,Erin Franklyn,Jason Kay,Patrick Loungway
Animation Department Marjolaine Tremblay
Casting Department Jennifer Alessi,Sande Alessi,Ed Arenas,Solomon Artistes,Kristan Berona,Robin De Lano,Kate Dowd,Barbara Harris,Kait Pickering
Costume and Wardrobe Department Rochelle Best,Linda Booher-Ciarimboli,Toby Bronson,Dana Casey,Jay Cheng,Lee Clayton,Ken Crouch,Liz Dann,Carolyn Dessert,David Dietch,Steve Gell,Eddie Gomez,Scott R. Hankins,Mathew Hooey,Stacy Horn,April Hunter-Krueger,Jane Law,Lorenzo Mancianti,Marina Marit,Fran Murphy,Lesley Neufeld,John Norster,Benjamin Palmer,Adam Roach,Deanna M. Saul,Alexa M. Stone,Chandra Telfer,Gildardo Tobon,Mark Walcott,Ros Ward,Darrell Warner,Lizz Wolf,Philippa Wood,Dawn A. DeWitt,Joan Joseff,Joanna Weaving,Tricia Yoo
Editorial Department Tim Belcher,Jada Budrick,Christopher S. Capp,Tony Dustin,Tim Gatena,Dana E. Glauberman,Lara B. Grant,Alex Hernandez,Steve Hodge,Chris Holt,Bob Kaiser,Christopher Kutcka,Kindra Marra,Simon Morgan,Stephen Nakamura,Missy Papageorge,Dylan Quirt,Adam Sample,John Scheer,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Mike Sowa,Jay Steinberg,Dana Suman,Mike Chiado,Valance Eisleben,Mathieu Reid
Location Management Brooke Brunson,Kristin Dehnert,Alex Gladstone,Tom Hogan,Eric Persons,Larry Ring,Dana Taschner
Music Department Nico Abondolo,Mark Adams,Jon Ailetcher,Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli,Slamm Andrews,Bob Badami,Rick Baptist,Jacqueline Barron,Steve Becknell,Wayne Bergeron,Emily Bernstein,Tom Boyd,Christopher Brooks,Heather Cairncross,David Combes,Kevin Connolly,Andrew Cook,Douglas Davis,Sandy DeCrescent,Ramin Djawadi,Jim Dooley,Michael Dore,Bruce Dukov,Craig Eastman,Robert Elhai,Sarah Eyden,Michael Farrow,Elizabeth Finch,Geoff Foster,Bruce Fowler,Walt Fowler,Vanessa Freebairn-Smith,Nick Glennie-Smith,Gary Grant,Fred Greene,Andrew Hansen,John Hayhurst,Vahe Hayrikyan,Bart Hendrickson,Steve Holtman,Ian Honeyman,Alex Iles,Nick Ingman,Steve Jablonsky,Patricia Johnson,Tommy Johnson,Alan Kaplan,Kenneth Karman,Dan Kelley,Emma Kershaw,Armen Ksajikian,Mitchell Leib,Jon Lewis,Bill Liston,London Symphony Orchestra,Charlie Loper,David Low,Warren Luening,Malcolm Luker,Frank Marocco,Darrin McCann,Ladd McIntosh,James McKee Smith,Malcolm McNab,Alan Meyerson,Todd Miller,Yvonne S. Moriarty,Kristy Morrell,Trevor Morris,Melissa Muik,Richard Nash,Blake Neely,Everton Nelson,Brian O Connor,Jenny O Grady,Daniel Pinder,Conrad Pope,Michael Ramos,Bill Reichenbach,John Reynolds,Michele Richards,Cassandra Richburg,Steven Roberts,Bob Sanders,Lee Scott,David Shamban,Stan Sharp,Andrew Shulman,Gregg Silk,Alan Silvestri,Kurt Snyder,Jeanette Surga,Jacqueline Tager,Phillip A. Teele,James Thatcher,Sebastian Toettcher,John Van Houten,Tom Vedvik,Lawrence Wallington,Brad Warnaar,Dave Wells,Rick Wentworth,Mel Wesson,Mark Wherry,Booker White,Rob Williams,Nick Wollage,Phillip Yao,Geoff Zanelli,Monica Zierhut,Hans Zimmer,Wolfram de Marco,William Edward Duran,Claire Greenway,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Frank Macchia,Trevor Morris,Tom Raney,Emil Richards,James Walker,John Wilson
Script and Continuity Department Samantha C. Kirkeby,Sharron Reynolds,Rebecca Edelson
Transportation Department John Blausey,Robert aaron Brown,Steve De Leon,Scott Fair,Sandra Powell,Dave Robling,Lowell D. Smith,Tom Sweeney,Kyle Whisner
Additional Crew Courtney J. Andersen,Bob Anderson,Heather Anderson,Lea Anderson,Louise Baker,Christopher Batty,Joe Beckwith,Anna Belaro-Rodriguez,Barbara Berkery,Michael Betz,Bryan Biermann,Justin Blampied,Fabio Boccanera,Jason Bogard,Rich Bokides,John Bonnin,Dale Bourne,Ursula Brauner,Juan Bronson,Maxine Brooks,Andrea Bruce,Anne Cabral,Dan Camins,John K. Campbell,Jimmy Canavan,Sarah Clifford,Leslie Coogan,Dax A. Cuesta,Tracey Cuesta,Mark Davies,Ted M. Davila,Robert Dawson,Christi Dembrowski,Kelly DeTample,Kathy Donno,Stan Eutsey,Brendan Finnigan,Kevin Fitzpatrick,George Garritano,Robert George,Michael Goldberg,Zoila Gomez,Ro Gorski,Peter Greenwood,Michal Gregus,Lindsay Greitzer,Gabriela Gutentag,Charles Hambleton,Mark Harden,Stephanie L. Harmatz,Joby Harris,Marc W. Havener,Deon Hayman,Zack Heath,Rick Hicks,Buck Holland,April Hunter-Krueger,Jason Inman,Mark Ivie,Mark Jacyszyn,Emmett James,JoAnn Fregalette Jansen,Alec Kamp,Ryan Kavner,Jim Kiley,Karen Kittleson,Kristin Kruger,Ernst W. Laurel,Rich Lee,Barrett J. Leigh,Jim Lipman,Ralph Lister,Matt Lombardo,Harvey Lowry,Harry Lu,Daniel F. Malone,Kenneth Manzoni,Rick Marcena,Robert Mazaraki,Matthew McClure,Brian McGinn,Justin Medeiros,Dusan Medic,Y.J. Meira,Jon Miller,Tony Miller,Jerimiah Morey,Michael D. Morris,Dan Morrow,Brian Mussetter,Ed Nyerick,Matthew H. O Connor,David O Dell,Patti O Leary,Telly Onu,Edward V. Pannozzo,David Paris,Anil Patadé,Morten Petersen,Wynn Petersen,Jess Place,S. Quinn,Lee Rasé,Allyson Rech,Margaret Richey,Beth Rosler,Bruce A. Ross,Ahmed Saker,Howard Samuelsohn,Bill Sarine,Steffen Schlachtenhaufen,Fred Selden,John Semedik,Cody Smith,Phil Smith,Sabrina Somma,Ryan Speckman,Justin Sperandeo,Nick Spetsiotis,Brion Spore,Emily Stillman,Julian Stone,Tony Swatton,Tom Sweeney,Travis Tarr,Miles Teves,Mic Thompson,Martin Tillman,Scott Tivald,Joel Tokarsky,Leonard Toney,Mac Torluccio,Shea Vargé,Mary Viola,Judith Walder,Ed Walton,Troy Waters,Debi West,Will White,Jay Williams,Robert Milo Williams,Lisa Womble,Jason Wozny,Steve Wroe,Ted Yonenaka,PeiPei Alena Yuan,Clouseau,Guy Cozza,Allen Gerbino,Kris A. Jeffrey,James Mitchell-Clyde,Victor Schutz
Thanks John Frazier,Gary Gero,Harry Humphries,Nick Teta
Genres Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Companies Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Countries USA
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 8.1
ImDbRatingVotes 1115289
MetacriticRating 63
Keywords pirate,curse,undead,captain jack sparrow character,joshamee gibbs character