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|For other uses, see Pirate Captain (disambiguation)|
|Also known as||
|Ship(s) captained or crewed|
Attack on Puerto Dorado
Crew of the Wicked Wench
|Behind the scenes|
Paul Frees (voice)
- "Strike yer colors, ya bloomin' cockroachers! By thunder, we'll see ya to Davy Jones! They needs persuasion, mates...Fire at will!"
"Two shot holes, Captain! One clean through the mizzen mast!"
"Cut the ruddy wreckage away! Stand by as yer guns bear! Surrender, ya lily-livered lubbers! Another broadside and ya goes down with the tide!""
- ―Pirate Captain and a pirate crewman
- "Give it to 'em again lads...Aye, that'll show the bilge rats. Avast, ya scurvy scum! Run up yer white flag!"
"We will never surrender! Cobardes!"
"Very well, then! Give 'em a broadside! Pound 'em lads! Pound 'em!"
"We're gonna sink your stinking ship yo!"
"Take 'em below! Clear the decks, lads."
- ―Pirate Captain and Spanish soldiers
At some point in his life, the captain led an attack on the Spanish port of Puerto Dorado. Though the Spanish managed to damage the pirate ship, the Wicked Wench, the pirate crew successfully invaded the town and captured its magistrate, Carlos.
Behind the scenes
- The Pirate Captain was voiced by Paul Frees in the original Pirates of the Caribbean ride. He was featured on the ride until the 2006 revamp of the ride, in which he was replaced by Hector Barbossa.
- This character was based on the infamous, real-world pirate Edward "Blackbeard" Teach.
- One of the Pirate Captain's lines from the ride were used in At World's End in the blackout transition from World's End to Davy Jones' Locker.
- In 2006, the toy figure of the Pirate Captain was released under the name "Captain".
- In the non-canon Kingdom Keepers book series, the Pirate Captain and other figures from the ride come to life. The Captain appears only in the first book, Disney After Dark, where he identifies himself as Blackbeard.
- Pirates of the Caribbean (ride) (First appearance)
- Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark (Non-canonical appearance)