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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End footage online

POTC-WorldsEnd_Poster.jpgLiterally seconds of footage of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End is online. Blink and you'll miss it, but there's a few shots and a nice one liner from Jack Sparrow.

The footage comes from the Disney Channel where kids are taught to annunciate clearly while shouting at the TV.

I am looking forward to this, despite the poor showing of the second film (Filmstalker review)

You can see the footage in the rest of the article. I suspect there might be some rewinding to catch it though...

Thanks to I Watch Stuff for finding the video.



eeep... title of the post? Dead Mans chest?

This is just like me with the 'German Shepard' thing

Cheers Culturalite, I was typing too fast this morning and far too sleepy.

What German Shephard thing? Did you call Good Shephard German Shephard? Oh that's cool! ;)

That's exactly what I did....

I think us film bloggers need to find a different time to write, early in the morning isn't working for us.

Isnt there a film called The Good German too? ;)

As for this one I am just waiting to tick off the box to say, yep I've seen it.

The Good German Shephard? That's a great title.

Well I write when I'm not sleeping...or working for a living...I'm actually working on the idea of typing in my sleep!


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