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Dead Men Tell No Tales
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That's got to be the best pirate I've ever seen."" "So it would seem. ―Theodore Groves and James Norrington was an officer of the British Royal Navy and the East India Trading Company. Bewigged and resplendent in his uniforms, Groves acted under the Union Jack, owing his allegiance to King George II and Country. Groves had shown true loyalty to his crew members, no matter what disaster occurred.
With the forces stationed at
Port Royal, Groves served as an Royal Navy officer under the command of Commodore James Norrington. He was later promoted as lieutenant and served aboard the HMS , the flagship to Endeavour Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company. Groves accompanied Beckett's armada in their war to wipe out piracy from the world. During the battle with the pirates, Groves gave the order to abandon ship when Beckett couldn't give the order to fire at the and the Flying Dutchman . Several years later, Groves would had been promoted to Black Pearl lieutenant commander and participated in the quest for the Fountain of Youth. Groves sailed aboard the HMS , the pride of the King's fleet, with a Providence British crew under the command of Captain Hector Barbossa, a former pirate and privateer in King George's court.
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3/ 24/ 16 – Reshoots for Dead Men Tell No Tales begin in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
3/ 24/ 16 – Paul McCartney joins the cast of Dead Men Tell No Tales.
1/ 20/ 16 – Disney moved Dead Men Tell No Tales to May 26, 2017, taking the place of Star Wars Episode VIII, which was delayed to December 2017.
7/ 21/ 15 – Director Joachim Rønning announced via Instagram that filming for Dead Men Tell No Tales has wrapped.
2/ 17/ 15 – Disney announced that production for has commenced on location in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Australia.
11/ 6/ 14 – The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow's final day of operation before closing.
07/ 23/ 14 – Walt Disney Studios announces July 7, 2017 as the new release date for Pirates of the Caribbean 5.
03/ 18/ 14 – Bob Iger unveiled creative details about Treasure Cove and a new Pirates attraction designed for the Shanghai Disney Resort.
09/ 6/ 13 – A.C. Crispin, the author of , died.
The Price of Freedom 08/ 22/ 13 – Directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg revealed that the fifth film would be titled .
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 05/ 31/ 13 – debuts at the A Pirate's Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas Magic Kingdom Park.
05/ 29/ 13 – Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg were reported to direct Pirates of the Caribbean 5.
03/ 28/ 13 – Richard Griffiths, who portrayed King George II in , passed away at the age of 65.
On Stranger Tides 01/ 14/ 13 – Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures announced a release date for Pirates of the Caribbean 5: July 10, 2015.
01/ 11/ 13 – Jeff Nathanson had been hired to write .
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You have a debt to pay. You owe Davy Jones your soul. That was the agreement. Time's up. You're a marked man, Jack Sparrow." ―Davy Jones