Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

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Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is a 2003 film about an upstanding young blacksmith who enlists the help of an eccentric, dishonest pirate to rescue the beautiful young woman with whom he is in love, and who has been kidnapped by cursed, undead pirates.

Directed by Gore Verbinski. Written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio.
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Captain Jack Sparrow

  • If you were waiting for the opportune moment... that was it.
  • Captain. Captain Jack Sparrow.
  • Why is the rum gone? [after Elizabeth's rant] But why is the rum gone?!
  • You need to find yourself a girl, mate. Or, perhaps the reason you practice three hours a day is that you've already found one, and are otherwise incapable of wooing said strumpet. You're not a eunuch, are you?
  • [talking to Will Turner about Elizabeth] She's safe, just like I promised. She's all set to marry Norrington just like she promised and you're all set to die for her just like you promised. So we're all men of our word, really... except for Elizabeth, who is, in fact, a woman.
  • You seem somewhat familiar; have I threatened you before?
  • [Marooned on island with Elizabeth, he walks away from her. He mocks her voice.] "It must have been terrible for you to be trapped here, Jack. Must have been terrible for you!" [in his own voice] Well, it bloody is now!! [sees Norrington's ship coming] There'll be no livin' with her after this.
  • Now, as long as you're just hanging there, pay attention. The only rules that really matter are these: what a man can do, and what a man can't do. For instance, you can accept that your father was a pirate and a good man, or you can't. But pirate is in your blood, boy, so you'll have to square with that someday. Now, me for example. I can let you drown- but I can't bring this ship into Tortuga all by me onesey, savvy? So. Can you sail under the command of a pirate? Or can you not?
  • No one, he's no one... distant cousin of my aunt's nephew, twice removed... lovely singing voice though. [whispers] Eunuch.
  • I think we've all arrived at a very special place, eh? Spiritually? Ecumenically? Grammatically?
  • [To Will] Do us a favor... I know it's difficult for you... but please, stay here, and try not to do anything... stupid.
  • Elizabeth... it would never have worked between us darling. I'm sorry.
  • Me, I'm dishonest. And a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly, it's the honest ones you want to watch out for. Because you can never predict when they're going to do something incredibly…stupid.
  • Stop blowing holes in my ship!

William Turner

  • It's not true. He was a merchant sailor, a good respectable man who obeyed the law!
  • If all I have achieved here is that the hangman will earn two pairs of boots instead of one, so be it. At least my conscience will be clear.
  • I make a point of avoiding familiarity with pirates.
  • I practice three hours a day so that when I meet a pirate, I can kill it!
  • [Angry] It's not your blood they needed. It was my father's blood... my blood... the blood of a pirate.
  • My name is Will Turner! My father was Bootstrap Bill Turner! His blood runs in my veins.
  • On my word, do as I say, or I'll pull this trigger and be lost to Davy Jones' Locker!
  • That is not true. I am not obsessed with treasure!
  • Elizabeth... I should've told you every day from the moment I met you: I love you.

Elizabeth Swann

  • Young Elizabeth: I think it would be rather exciting to meet a pirate.
  • Young Elizabeth: [takes Will's pirate medallion and gasps, shocked] You're a pirate!
  • You like pain? Try wearing a corset!
  • Pirate or not, this man saved my life.
  • Parlay! I invoke the right of parlay. According to the Code of the Brethren, set down by the pirates Morgan and Bartholomew , you have to take me to your Captain.
  • I'm not entirely sure that I've had enough rum to allow that kind of talk.
  • [Acting Drunk, to Jack] And you'll be positively the most fearsome pirate in the Spanish Main!
  • You may tell the captain I am disinclined to acquiesce to his request.
  • Captain Barbossa, I am here to negotiate the cessation of hostilities against Port Royal.
  • This is Jack Sparrow's doing!
  • No... [removes Will's hat] He's a pirate.
  • [Rowing alone after the Pearl's crew refused to save Will and Jack- through gritted teeth] Bloody pirates!
  • [To Jack-angrily] One- because it is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels! Two-! That signal is over a thousand feet high. The entire royal navy is out looking for me, do you really think that there is even the slightest chance that they won't see it?

Captain Barbossa

  • Now, y'see, Jack, that's exactly the attitude that lost you the Pearl. People are easier to search when they're dead. Lock him in the brig!
  • The moonlight shows us for what we really are. We are not among the living, and so we cannot die, but neither are we dead.
  • For too long I've been parched of thirst and unable to quench it! Too long I've been starvin' to death and haven't died! I feel nothing! Not the wind on my face, nor the spray of the sea... nor the warmth of a woman's flesh...
  • Ye'd best start believin' in ghost stories, Miss Turner. Yer in one!
  • Gents... take a walk!
  • [right before his death] I feel... cold.
  • I'm disinclined to acquiesce to your request. [after a confused silence from Elizabeth] Means "no."
  • First, your return to shore was not part of our negotiations nor our agreement, so I must do nothin'. And secondly, you must be a pirate for the Pirate's Code to apply, and you're not. And thirdly, the Code is more what you'd call "guidelines" than actual rules. [smiles] Welcome aboard the Black Pearl, Miss Turner!
  • I'm curious. After killing me, what is it you're plannin' on doing next?
  • Yer off the edge of the map, mate. Here there be monsters!
  • So what now, Jack Sparrow? Are we to be two immortals locked in an epic battle till judgement and trumpets sound? Hm?

Commodore Norrington

  • I intend to see to it that any man who sails under a pirate flag or wears a pirate brand gets what he deserves: A short drop and sudden stop.
  • Had a brush with the East India Trading Company, did we, pirate?
  • Well, I trust you will always remember this as the day that Captain Jack Sparrow almost escaped. Take him away.
  • Mr. Sparrow, you will accompany these fine men to the helm and provide us with a bearing to the Isla de Muerta. You will then spend the rest of the voyage contemplating all possible meanings of the phrase "Silent as the grave." Do I make myself clear?
  • Mr. Gibbs, that will do.

Mr. Gibbs

  • It's bad luck to have a woman on board, too. Even a miniature one.
  • You should know better'n to wake a man when he's sleepin'. It's bad luck.
  • Everyone's thinkin' it, I'm just sayin' it. Pirates!
  • Curse ya for breathin', ya slack-jawed idiot!


  • Pintel: [discovering Elizabeth] 'Ello, poppet.
  • Pintel: 'Ello, chum! [Shoots butler in the head]
  • Prisoner: [after a cannon blasts only his cell open, leaving Jack trapped] My sympathies, friend. You've no manner of luck at all.
  • Lt. Gillette: [after Elizabeth asks him to tell Norrington that Barbossa's crew can't be killed] Oh, don't worry, miss, he's already been informed of that. A little mermaid flopped up on deck and told him the whole story. [laughs]
  • Ragetti: This is just like what the Greeks done at Troy! 'Cept they was in a horse...'stead o' dresses. a wooden horse.


Elizabeth: Will, how many times must I ask you to call me Elizabeth?
Will: At least once more, Miss Swann, as always.

[Elizabeth, having passed out from wearing a corset, has fallen off the fort wall and into the water by the docks.]
Jack Sparrow: [to Mullroy] Will you be saving her, then?
Mullroy: I can't swim!
[Jack looks at Murtogg, who shakes his head.]
Jack Sparrow: Pride of the King's Navy, you are. [thrusts his personal effects into their arms] Do not lose these.

Norrington: [examining Jack's possessions] No additional shot nor powder, a compass that doesn't point North…[pulls Jack's sword from its scabbard] And I half expected it to be made of wood. You are, without doubt, the worst pirate I've ever heard of.
Jack Sparrow: But you have heard of me.

Jack Sparrow: This girl... how far would you be willing to go to save her?
Will Turner: I'd die for her.
Jack Sparrow: Oh, good. No worries, then.

Lieutenant Groves: That's got to be the best pirate I've ever seen.
Norrington: [Angrily, through his teeth] So it would seem.

Pintel: We know you're 'ere, poppet!
Ragetti: Poppet...
Pintel: Come out…and we promise we won't hurt you.
Ragetti: Eh? [points to his nose, then points downward]
Pintel: We will find you, poppet. You've got somethin' of ours, and it calls to us.
[Silence, then Pintel speaks.]
Pintel: The gold calls to us.
Ragetti: Gold…
[A few seconds later, Pintel peeks inside the closet door Elizabeth is hiding behind.]
Pintel: [grinning] 'Ello, poppet.

Pintel: [talking to Will] No reason to fret, just a prick o' the finger, a few drops of blood...
Twigg: No mistakes this time! He's only half Turner. We spill it all!
Pintel: …Guess there is reason to fret.

Jack Sparrow: I know those guns! [looks out the window] …It's the Pearl.
Prisoner: The Black Pearl? I've 'eard stories. She's been preyin' on ships and settlements for near ten years. Never leaves any survivors.
Jack Sparrow: No survivors? [chuckles] Then where do the stories come from, I wonder?

Elizabeth: Captain Barbossa, I am here to negotiate the cessation of hostilities against Port Royal.
Barbossa: There be a lot of long words in there, miss. We're naught but humble pirates. What is it that you want?
Elizabeth: I want you to leave and never come back.
Barbossa: I'm disinclined to acquiesce to your request.
[Elizabeth gives him a blank look
Barbossa: Means "no."

Elizabeth: You have to take me to shore! According to the Code of the Order of the Brethren–
Barbossa: First, your return to shore was not part of our negotiations nor our agreement, so I must do nothing. And secondly, you must be a pirate for the Pirate's Code to apply, and you're not. And thirdly, the code is more what you call "guidelines" than actual rules. [smiles] Welcome aboard the Black Pearl, Miss Turner!

Barbossa: Try the wine…and an apple. One of those next.
Elizabeth: It's poisoned.
[Barbossa grins]
Barbossa: There's no sense to be killin' ye.
Elizabeth: Then release me. You have your trinket; I'm of no further value to you.
Barbossa: [takes and holds up medallion] You don't know what this is, do you?
Elizabeth: A pirate medallion?
Barbossa: This is Aztec gold. One of 882 identical pieces they delivered in a stone chest to Cortez himself. Blood money paid to stem the slaughter he wreaked upon them with his armies, but the greed of Cortez was insatiable. So the heathen gods placed upon the gold…a terrible curse. Any mortal that removes but a single piece from that stone chest shall be punished for eternity.
Elizabeth: [sarcastically] …I hardly believe in ghost stories anymore, Captain Barbossa.
Barbossa: Aye. That's exactly what I thought when we were first told the tale! Buried on an island of dead what cannot be found, 'cept for those who know where it is. Find it, we did. There be the chest. Inside be the gold. And we took 'em all! We spent 'em, and traded 'em. And frittered 'em away on drink and food and pleasurable company. The more we gave 'em away, the more we came to realize... The drink would not satisfy. Food turned to ash in our mouths. And all the pleasurable company in the world could not slake our lust. We are cursed men, Miss Turner. Compelled by greed we were, but now we are consumed by it. There is one way we can end our curse. All the scattered pieces of the Aztec gold must be restored, and the blood repaid. Thanks to ye, we have the final piece.
Elizabeth: ...And the blood to be repaid?
Barbossa: [grins] That's why there's no sense to be killin' ye... yet. Apple?

[Jack throws a bucket of water on the sleeping Gibbs.]
Mr. Gibbs: Curse ya for breathin', ya slack-jawed idiot! [coughs, regains consciousness, and recognizes Jack] Mother's love. Jack! You should know better than to wake a man when he's sleepin'. It's bad luck!
Jack Sparrow: Fortunately, I know how to counter it: The man who did the waking buys the man who was sleeping a drink; the man who was sleeping drinks it while listening to a proposition from the man who did the waking.
Mr. Gibbs: [pauses, looks confused] Aye, that'll about do it.
[Will throws more water on Mr. Gibbs.]
Mr. Gibbs: Blast, I'm already awake!
Will Turner: That was for the smell.

[woman approaches Jack]
Jack Sparrow: Scarlett!
[Scarlett slaps him and walks away.]
Jack Sparrow: Not sure I deserved that. [another woman approaches him] Giselle!
Giselle: Who was she?
Jack Sparrow: Wha-?
[Giselle slaps him.]
Jack: …I may have deserved that.

Elizabeth: So that's that story of the infamous Captain Jack Sparrow? [through her teeth] You spent three days here…lying on a beach…drinking rum?
Jack Sparrow: [pauses, then offers her rum] Welcome to the Caribbean, love.

Jack Sparrow: Anamaria.
[Anamaria slaps him.]
Will Turner: [to Jack] I suppose you didn't deserve that one either?
Jack Sparrow: No, that one I deserved.
Anamaria: You stole my boat!
Jack Sparrow: Actually–
[She slaps him again.]
Jack Sparrow: Borrowed! Borrowed, without permission- but with every intention of bringing it back!
Anamaria: But you didn't!
Jack Sparrow: You'll get another one!
Anamaria: I will.
Will Turner: [jumping in] A better one!
Jack Sparrow: [helplessly agreeing] A better one!
Will Turner: [pointing to the Interceptor] That one!
Jack Sparrow: What one? [Will nods towards it] [angrily] That one?! [thinks quickly then turns to Anamaria, calmly] Aye, that one!

Jack Sparrow: That is the child of Bootstrap Bill Turner. His only child. Savvy?
Mr. Gibbs: Is he now? 'Leverage,' says you. 'I think I feel a change in the wind,' says I. I'll find us a crew. There's bound to be some sailors on this rock crazy as you.
Jack Sparrow: One can only hope. Take what you can.
Mr. Gibbs: Give nothin' back.

Jack Sparrow: You, sailor.
Mr. Gibbs: Cotton, sir.
Jack Sparrow: Mr. Cotton. Do you have the courage and fortitude to follow orders and stay true in the face of danger and almost certain death? [Pause] Mr. Cotton! Answer, man!
Mr. Gibbs: He's a mute, sir. Poor devil had his tongue cut out, so he trained the parrot to talk for him... no one's yet figured how.
Jack Sparrow: [Hesitates for a moment] Mr. Cotton's... parrot. Same question.
Parrot: [squawk] Wind in the sails! Wind in the sails!
Mr. Gibbs: [pause] Mostly, we figure that means 'yes.'
Jack Sparrow: Of course it does. [to Will] Satisfied?
Will Turner: Well, you've proven they're mad.

Will: How can we sail to an island that can't be found, with a compass that doesn't work?!
Mr. Gibbs: Aye, the compass doesn't point north- but we're not trying to find north, are we?

Will Turner: How is it that Jack came by that compass?
Mr. Gibbs: Not a lot's known about Jack Sparrow 'fore he showed up in Tortuga with a mind to go after the treasure of the Isla de Muerta. That was before I met him, back when he was captain of the Black Pearl.
Will Turner: What!? He failed to mention that.
Mr. Gibbs: He plays things closer to the vest now, a hard-learned lesson it was. You see, three days out on the venture, the first mate tells him that everything's in equal share. That should mean the location of the treasure too, so Jack gives up the bearings. That night, there was a mutiny. They marooned Jack on an island and left him to die, but not before he'd gone mad with the heat.
Will Turner: Oh... so that's the reason for all the...[Imitates Jack's odd moves]
Mr. Gibbs: Reason's got nothing to do with it. Now Will, when a pirate's marooned, he's given a pistol with a single shot. One shot. Well, that won't do much good hunting or to be rescued. But after three weeks of a starving belly and thirst, that pistol will start to look real friendly. But Jack, he escaped the island, and he still has that single shot. Oh, but he won't use it though, save on one man. His mutinous first mate.
Will Turner: Barbossa?
Mr. Gibbs: Aye.
Will Turner: How did Jack get off the island?
Mr. Gibbs: Well, I tell ye. He waded out in the shallows and he waited there three days and three nights, 'til all manner of sea creatures 'came acclimated to his presence. And on the fourth morning, he roped himself a couple of sea turtles, lashed 'em together, and made a raft.
Will Turner: [skeptically] He roped a couple of sea turtles?
Mr. Gibbs: Aye, sea turtles!
Will Turner: ...What did he use for rope?
[Mr. Gibbs pauses, uncertain.]
[They look up and see Jack.]
Jack Sparrow: Human hair. From my back.

Will Turner: What code is Gibbs to keep to if the worst should happen?
Jack Sparrow: Pirate's Code. "Any man who falls behind is left behind."
Will Turner: No heroes amongst thieves, eh?
Jack Sparrow: You know, for having such a bleak outlook on pirates, you're well on your way to be coming one. Sprung a man from jail, commandeered a ship of the Fleet, sailed with a buccaneer crew out of Tortuga. [sees Will looking at coins shining in water] And you're completely obsessed with treasure.
Will Turner: That's not true, I'm not obsessed with treasure.
Jack Sparrow: Not all treasure's silver and gold, mate.

[Jack is still somewhat dopey from being knocked unconscious by Will; the pirates prepare to riddle him with bullets.]
Pintel: You're supposed to be dead!
Jack Sparrow: [Blinks confusedly] Am I not? [Sees that he's surrounded] Palulay! [pauses, then tries again] Pah-lah-lah-loo-loo…
[The pirates pause, confused.]
Jack Sparrow: Par-li-li, Par…snip, par…sley, puh- partner, partner, par-
Ragetti: Parley?
[Pintel glares at him.]
Jack Sparrow: Yeah! That's the one; parley! [calling out] Parley!
Pintel: [looking at Ragetti] Parley?! [looks up at Jack and aims his pistol at him] Damn to the depths with whoever invented parley!
Jack Sparrow: That would be the French.

Barbossa: You expect to leave me standin' on some beach with nothing but a name and your word it's the one I need and watch you sail away on my ship?
Jack Sparrow: No. I expect to leave you standing on some beach with absolutely no name at all, watching me sail away on my ship, and then... I'll shout the name back to you. Savvy?
Barbossa: But that still leaves us with the problem of me standin' on some beach with naught but a name and your word it's the one I need.
Jack Sparrow: Of the two of us, I am the only one who hasn't committed mutiny, therefore, my word is the one we'll be trusting. Although, I s'pose I should be thanking you because, in fact, if you hadn't betrayed me and left me to die, I would have an equal share in that curse, same as you. [bites into an apple, smiling] Funny ol' world, innit?

Jack: I'm havin' a thought here, Barbossa. What say we run up a flag of truce, I scurry over to the Interceptor, and I negotiate the return of your medallion, eh? What say you to that?
Barbossa: Now, y'see, Jack, that's exactly the attitude that lost you the Pearl. People are easier to search when they're dead. Lock him in the brig.
[Barbossa's men take Jack away, Barbossa takes his apple from him, and looks at it wistfully before angrily throwing it away]

[The monkey sprints to Barbossa and hands him the medallion, just out of Jack's reach.]
Barbossa: Why, thank you, Jack.
Jack Sparrow: [obviously confused] You're welcome.
Barbossa: Not you! We named the monkey "Jack."

[Jack wakes up on a small island and notices that something is burning. He stands up and sees Elizabeth throwing Jack's stash into a fire]
Jack Sparrow: No! Not good! STOP! Not good! What are you doing?! You've burned all the food, the shade…the rum!
Elizabeth: Yes, the rum is gone!
Jack Sparrow: Why is the rum gone?!
Elizabeth: One, because it is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels. Two, that signal is over a thousand feet high! The entire Royal Navy is out looking for me; do you really think there is even the slightest chance that they won't see it?!
Jack Sparrow: [as if Elizabeth hadn't said anything] But…why is the rum gone?
Elizabeth: [huffs and sits down on the beach] Just wait, Captain Sparrow. Give it an hour, maybe two, keep a weather eye open, and there'll be white sails on that horizon!
Jack Sparrow: [walking to the other end of the island, mocking Elizabeth] "It must have been terrible for you, Jack, must have been terrible-" Well, it bloody is now! [sees Norrington's ship offshore] There'll be no living with her after this.

Barbossa: I must admit, Jack, I thought I had you figured. But it turns out you're a hard man to predict.
Jack Sparrow: Me, I'm dishonest. And a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly. It's the honest ones you want to watch out for. Because you can never predict when they're going to do something incredibly…stupid.

[Jack shoots Barbossa]
Barbossa: [To Jack, grinning] Ten years, ya carry that pistol, and now you waste your shot.
Will: He didn't waste it. [drops bloody medallion in chest, lifting the curse]
[Barbossa opens jacket, revealing bloodstained shirt]
Barbossa: [shocked] I feel…cold. [slumps to ground and dies]

Murtogg: This dock is off-limits to civilians.
Jack: I'm terribly sorry, I didn't know. If I see one, I shall inform you immediately.
[Jack keeps walking, but Murtogg and Mullroy block him again.]
Jack: Apparently there's some sort of high-toned and fancy to-do up at the fort, eh? How could it be that two upstanding gentlemen such as yourselves did not merit an invitation?
Murtogg: Someone has to make sure this dock stays off-limits to civilians.
Jack: It's a fine goal, to be sure. But it seems to me that a…[moves over to point at a ship. Murtogg and Mullroy block him again.] a ship like that one makes this one here [points at a closer one] seem a bit superfluous, really.
Murtogg: Oh, the Dauntless is the power in these waters, true enough. But there's no ship as can match the Interceptor for speed.
Jack: I've heard of one, supposed to be very fast. Nigh uncatchable: the Black Pearl.
Mullroy: [laughing slightly] There's no real ship that can match the Interceptor.
Murtogg: [shoots Mullroy a confused look] The Black Pearl is a real ship.
Mullroy: [turns to Murtogg] No. No, it's not.
Murtogg: Yes it is; I've seen it.
Mullroy: You've seen it?
Murtogg: Yes.
Mullroy: You haven't seen it.
Murtogg: Yes, I have.
Mullroy: You've seen a ship with black sails, that's crewed by the damned and captained by a man so evil that Hell itself spat him back out?
Murtogg: ...No.
Mullroy: No.
Murtogg: But I have seen a ship with black sails.
Mullroy: Oh! And no ship that's not crewed by the damned and captained by a man so evil that Hell itself spat him back out could possibly have black sails, therefore could possibly be any other ship but the Black Pearl? Is that what you're saying?
Murtogg: [thinks, then smiles] …No.
Mullroy: Like I said, there's no real ship as can match the Interceptor
[The two turn back around and see that Jack has disappeared, then see him at ship's wheel.]
Murtogg: Hey! You, get away from there!
Mullroy: You don't have permission to be aboard there, mate.
Jack Sparrow: I'm sorry, it's just-- it's such a pretty boat... ship.
Mullroy: What's your name?
Jack Sparrow: Smith. Or Smithy if you'd like.
Mullroy: What's your purpose in Port Royal, Mr. Smith?
Murtogg: Yeah, and no lies!
Jack Sparrow: Well, then, I confess. It is my intention to commandeer one of these ships, pick up a crew in Tortuga, raid, pillage, plunder, and otherwise pilfer my weaselly black guts out.
Murtogg: I said 'no lies'!
Mullroy: I think he's telling the truth…
Murtogg: If he was telling the truth, he wouldn't have told us.
Jack Sparrow: Unless of course, he knew you wouldn't believe the truth, even if he told it to you.

Elizabeth: Commodore, do you really intend to kill my rescuer?
Norrington: [offers handshake] I believe a thanks is in order. [finds P-shaped brand scar] Had a brush with the East India Trading Company, did we?…Pirate?
Governor Swann: Hang him!
Norrington: Keep your guns on him men; Gillette, fetch some irons. [pulls sleeve up higher, revealing sparrow tattoo on Jack's arm] Well, well. Jack Sparrow, isn't it?
Sparrow: Captain Jack Sparrow.
Norrington: Well, I don't see your ship... Captain.
Sparrow: I'm in the market. As it were.
Mullroy: He said he was to commandeer one. [turns to Murtogg] I told you he was tellin' the truth!

[Jack is being handcuffed behind Elizabeth]
Elizabeth: Commodore, I really must protest.
Norrington: Carefully, Lieutenant.
Elizabeth: Pirate or not, this man saved my life.
Norrington: One good deed is not enough to save a man from a life time of wickedness.
Jack: Though it seems enough to condemn him.
Norrington: Indeed.
Jack: Finally! [throws his handcuffs around Elizabeth's neck, threatening to strangle her]
Governor: NO! NO! DON'T SHOOT!
Jack: [To Elizabeth] I knew you'd warm up to me. [Back at Norrington] Commodore Norrington, my effects please. And my hat. [The commodore hesitates.] Commodore! [whispers in Elizabeth's ear] Elizabeth—it's Elizabeth, isn't it?
Elizabeth: It's Miss Swann.
Jack: Miss Swann, if you'd be so kind. Come, come. We don't have all day.
[Jack's effects are tossed toward Elizabeth. Jack spins her around with his handcuffs still around her neck. She fits him with his effects, puts his hat on his head, etc.]
Jack: Now if you'll be very kind…
Elizabeth: [hugs Jack against her will and roughly tightens his belt]
Jack: Easy on the goods, darling.
Elizabeth: You're despicable.
Jack: Sticks and stones, love. I saved your life, you save mine. We're square. [spins her back around] Gentlemen, milady…you will always remember this as the day that you almost caught Captain…Jack…Sparrow! [releases Elizabeth and flees]

Will: [looks hurt] You cheated!
Jack: [smiles] Pirate!

[soldiers trying to break down door, as Will blocks back entrance]

Jack: Move away.
Will: No!
Jack: [nicely] Please move.
Will: NO! I cannot just step aside and let you escape.
Jack: [cocks gun] This shot is not meant for you.

[Will points sword at Jack.]
Jack: Put it away, son. It's not worth you getting beat again…
Will: You didn't beat me. You ignored the rules of engagement! In a fair fight, I'd kill you!
Jack: Then that's not much incentive for me to fight fair then, is it?

Will: This is either madness or brilliance.
Jack: It's remarkable how often those two traits coincide.


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