That, at least, is what the new Caribbean Pirates movies would tell you. However, if you'd listened closely enough, Disney has been trying to get the message across for years and years. Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most popular film franchises ever, but it was at first a theme park attraction.
Until Jack Sparrow ran from the frightening Armando Salazar's likes, Captain Barbossa fired "cannonballs" over the heads of all those who sailed by, the "Pooped Pirate" drunkenly waved a map of treasure, and a tiny dog, just out of prisoner's reach, held the key to their escape from the fire in his teets.
While the ride itself is enjoyed by all those who take a seat in the boat, the past behind the attraction and the rumors surrounding the seas have long been known to keep park attendants and staff alike attentive. With Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Say No Tales scheduled for a release on May 26, 2017, Costume SuperCenter has agreed to look at some of the more fascinating stories about the Caribbean adventures that can be enjoyed in Anaheim and Orlando, among others. From a list of facts and misconceptions, through the attraction, to your very own treasure map, this infographic has everything you need to know about the roots of a pirate life.
infographic by: www.costumesupercenter.com