Pirates Of The Caribbean: 10 Hidden Details That you didn't Noticed

From the shape of the clouds to the small image of a mouse, the Pirates of the Caribbean movies are filled with tiny but significant details. Here we'll show you details you didn't notice.                    👉

The Significance Of Norrington's Sword the sword made for Norrington is the "same sword eventually used by Davy Jones to kill Will." Cutler Becket had possession of the sword in Dead Man's Chest, but he later returned it to Norrington.  When Davy Jones killed Norrington, he commented on the nice blade and kept it, eventually using it to stab Will through the heart. Once Will was revived and became Captain of the Flying Dutchman, it can be seen on his belt, having made it full circle back to its creator.

The Magic Of The Cursed Gold When Elizabeth Swann fell into the water after Norrington's promotion ceremony, the gold medallion she wore on a chain created a reaction to the sea. It called out to the cursed pirates, finally giving them its location.

When this happened, storm clouds began to roll in, But we noticed that instead of a storm, the clouds shaped themselves into a giant hand, reaching for the island. "It is clearly not a coincidence," they said, pointing out that the shape only got clearer as the scene continued. It looked as if the hand of Cortés himself was reaching out for his precious gold.

Barbossa's Apple Barbossa told Elizabeth that he planned to eat a whole bushel of apples when the curse was broken. He was willing to kill her and anyone else who stood in his way to make this happen. However, Jack killed Barbossa the second the gold was returned, so he never got a chance. Instead, a lone apple rolled out of his lifeless hand, uneaten.

Jack Sparrow's Syphilis The most loved character in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Jack Sparrow lived a raucous pirate lifestyle, so it's not a surprise that he would likely contract a venereal disease. One Redditor pointed out that Jack has a red sore on the side of his face that "gets progressively more noticeable in each film."

A Hidden Mickey Mouse Disney is known for hiding studio-specific details in their movies. A favorite Easter egg is the appearance of Mickey Mouse's ears, but they seemed to have taken it even farther in Pirates of the Caribbean.In At Word's End, the camera zooms in on the Mao Kun map, which is adorned with drawings of various animals. When fans zoom in, they can perfectly see the little mouse that looks exactly like some of the older depictions of Disney's mouse mascot.

Jack's Sea Legs Johnny Depp went all out with his portrayal of Jack Sparrow, giving him an iconic way of speaking and moving.Jack walked "just fine on the ship," adding that it was only on land that he was "all over the place." This shows that Jack wasn't stumbling due to his drunkenness but because he had sea legs, a great testimony to Depp's attention to detail in his portrayal.

The Dog With The Keys The pirate-themed ride at Disney's first park was built in the 1960s, several decades before the movies ever hit theaters. Wenoticed that the dog that faithfully keeps the keys for the Port Royal jail is based on the "audio-animatronic" one that does the same task on the ride. While the pirates begging for the dog to give them the key is a favorite scene in Pirates of the Caribbean to fans, many might not have realized that it was a recreation.

Delicious Long Pork In Dead Man's Chest, Will tracks Jack down to an island that is home to a tribe of cannibals. The tribe had captured Jack and his crew, and Will had to save them before they became their next meal. A man that had told Will where the Black Pearl was beached had mentioned trading on that island for some delicious long pork. "This ends up being the island of cannibals," this  "he has been trading for human flesh."

What Norrington Wants Most When Commodore Norrington first attempts to arrest Jack, he begins to go through Jack's personal effects. He observes his pistol with one shot, his sword, and of course, his compass that doesn't point north. In later films, audiences learn that the compass actually points to whatever the user wants most. So when going back to rewatch the first Pirates movie,Norrington wanted nothing more at that moment than to capture this pirate.

Barbossa's Hat In Dead Man's Chest, Jack brings the group to see Tia DalmaWhile asking for her help, Jack wandered around her small home, picking up and observing several of her various strange items. One of these curiosities was a large black hat with a feather that Seas-Cartographer-453 noticed looked very familiar. "The hat is quite similar to Barbossa's.