Flying Dutchman (Pirates of The Caribbean)

Flying Dutchman (Pirates Of The Caribbean)

The Flying Dutchman, or simply referred to as the Dutchman, is a powerful ship of the Caribbean seas in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean. The ship made its first appearance in Dead Man's Chest under the command of the fictional captain, Davy Jones. The story and attributes of the ship were inspired by the actual Flying Dutchman of nautical lore. During filming, Johnny Depp referred to it as "the Davy Jones Crocodile Machine" after forgetting its actual name.

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... See also List of characters in Pirates of the Caribbean#Flying Dutchman crew Similarly, because Jones abandoned his soul-ferrying duty, he and the crew bear a curse that gradually mutates them into anthropomorphic amalgamations of sea creatures ... In the Dead Man's Chest DVD commentary, writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio mention that the crew actually become less and less human until they are literally absorbed into the Flying Dutchman (Davy Jones knows this, but fails to inform new recruits) ...

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