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7th Sep '17 2:51:44 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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** Charles Darwin. Terribly mild mannered, is charmingly smitten with the Queen, and writes in his journal as though he were a confused teenage boy.
7th Sep '17 2:46:45 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* AllTheOtherReindeer: The Pirate Captain is looked on with contempt by the other pirates, and is such a failure that the price on his head is "12 doubloons and a free pen".
21st Aug '17 5:42:44 AM Snicka
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* SelfPlagiarism: Or maybe MythologyGag or ShoutOut--but the climactic scene of this film bears a surprising resemblance to Aardman's previous effort, ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun''. In both, someone is trying to get away via an ungainly flying device (the bird machine in the first one vs. a blimp in this film). In both, someone else is trying to catch them via climbing up a long string or rope (Christmas tree lights in the first, a rope in the second). In both, the person trying to fly away attempts to cut the string/rope as the other person climbs. The main difference is that in this film, it's the hero (the Pirate Captain) trying to climb up and the villain (Queen Victoria) trying to get away, whereas in ''Chicken Run'' the situation was reversed.

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* SelfPlagiarism: Or maybe MythologyGag or ShoutOut--but the climactic scene of this film bears a surprising resemblance to Aardman's previous effort, ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun''. In both, someone is trying to get away via an ungainly flying device (the bird machine in the first one vs. a blimp in this film). In both, someone else is trying to catch them via climbing up a long string or rope (Christmas tree lights in the first, a rope in the second). In both, the person trying to fly away attempts to cut the string/rope as the other person climbs. Not to mention that both scenes feature a female villain whose motivation is to eat a bird character. The main difference is that in this film, it's the hero (the Pirate Captain) trying to climb up and the villain (Queen Victoria) trying to get away, whereas in ''Chicken Run'' the situation was reversed.
21st Aug '17 5:40:28 AM Snicka
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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: Guess who.

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: Guess who.There is a good reason why the movie is renamed ''The Pirates! Band of Misfits'' in the USA.
21st Mar '17 5:12:32 AM 900019
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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten, as well as Admiral Collingwood at the beginning of the movie.

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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten, as well as Admiral Collingwood at in the beginning of the movie.
11th Mar '17 8:02:26 PM 900019
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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten, as well as Admiral Collingwood at the beginning og the movie.

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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten, as well as Admiral Collingwood at the beginning og of the movie.
11th Mar '17 8:01:16 PM 900019
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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick, Creator/JaneAusten as well as Admiral Collingwood.

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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick, Creator/JaneAusten Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten, as well as Admiral Collingwood.Collingwood at the beginning og the movie.
11th Mar '17 7:54:57 PM 900019
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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten.

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** With assorted other cameo appearances by real-life people, such as Joseph Merrick and Creator/JaneAusten.Merrick, Creator/JaneAusten as well as Admiral Collingwood.
28th Dec '16 9:20:53 AM nombretomado
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** [[FreezeFrameBonus Apparently, people in 1837 are aware of who]] BrianBlessed is.

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** [[FreezeFrameBonus Apparently, people in 1837 are aware of who]] BrianBlessed Creator/BrianBlessed is.



** It's got BrianBlessed in the cast! Hugh Grant also turns in a deliciously hammy performance as The Pirate Captain. And he sure likes his ham.
** On the Pirate of the Year entry form, the highest class of [[NoIndoorVoice shouting]] is "BrianBlessed"

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** It's got BrianBlessed Creator/BrianBlessed in the cast! Hugh Grant also turns in a deliciously hammy performance as The Pirate Captain. And he sure likes his ham.
** On the Pirate of the Year entry form, the highest class of [[NoIndoorVoice shouting]] is "BrianBlessed""Creator/BrianBlessed"
28th Dec '16 9:20:01 AM nombretomado
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* CelebrityParadox: One joke involves a mention of BrianBlessed, who voices The Pirate King.

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* CelebrityParadox: One joke involves a mention of BrianBlessed, Creator/BrianBlessed, who voices The Pirate King.



** The Pirate Captain and Victoria, when her BerserkButton is pressed. Also, {{BRIAN BLESSED}} as the Pirate King.
** BrianBlessed himself says the Pirate King is the most "larger than life" character in the whole story. Boy, was he right.
-->'''The Pirate King''': VILLAINOUS TREACHERY! TREACHEROUS VILLAINY!

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** The Pirate Captain and Victoria, when her BerserkButton is pressed. Also, {{BRIAN BLESSED}}
** Creator/BrianBlessed
as the Pirate King.
** BrianBlessed
King. Blessed himself says the Pirate King is the most "larger than life" character in the whole story. Boy, was he right.
-->'''The --->'''The Pirate King''': VILLAINOUS TREACHERY! TREACHEROUS VILLAINY!
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