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- "Did I ever tell you about the skeleton?"
"Yes, you have. Many times."
"Skeleton goes into a bar, orders a beer, and a mop."
"Funny as ever."
- ―Jack and Jack Sparrow
A member of Jack Sparrow's family, Jack was Edward Teague's brother and Jack Sparrow's uncle. One day he was arrested by the British authorities in Saint Martin. While he was singing Maggie Mae and playing poker with two other prisoners in his cell, his nephew was dragged by the British soldiers through the corridor and mistook him for his father, only for Jack to turn around. Recognizing each other, Sparrow and Jack had a brief conversation about Captain Salazar's vengeance on pirates, with the older pirate warning his nephew to stay on dry land as the oceans have turned to blood.
When Sparrow replied that the land wasn't safe either because he was just about to be executed, Jack admitted that he had a point and told him an old joke about the skeleton in a bar. As one prisoner in a neighboring cell laughed, Sparrow replied that the joke was funny as ever before the soldiers dragged him away for execution. Jack yelled after him that he should ask for Victor in case his executioners decide to disembowel him because Victor supposedly had the softest hands. He also told Sparrow to mention his name so the executioners wouldn't cut off his feet. Jack's further fate is unknown.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Jack was portrayed by Sir Paul McCartney in Dead Men Tell No Tales.
- According to the directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg Jack takes the role that would have been filled by Jack Sparrow's father Captain Edward Teague if Keith Richards would have been available to travel to Australia during the filming of Dead Men Tell No Tales. When Richards was found to be unavailable due scheduling conflicts, Johnny Depp called Paul McCartney to appear in the film and he accepted.
- Since this character is Edward Teague's brother, it is possible his full name is Jack Teague.
Notes and references Edit
- ↑ Estimation based on Sir Paul McCartney's age during the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, and the fact that DMTNT takes place in 1751.
- ↑ 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Directors Talk Paul McCartney Cameo
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
- ↑ Sir Paul McCartney replaced Keith Richards in Pirates at The List