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<center><b><u>Don’t Miss The Boat On The Amazing Special Edition 3-Disc Gift Set!</u>

Disney’s
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN:
THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL
3-DISC DVD GIFT SET

<u>Includes A Treasure Trove of Eight Never-Before-Seen Bonus Features</u>
<i>Available November 2 For A Limited Time!</i></b>
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BURBANK, Calif., October 7, 2004 – Walt Disney Home Entertainment presents the <b>Special Edition 3-Disc DVD
Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl GIFT SET</b>, available for a limited time on
November 2. This Special Edition features the original 2-Disc Collector’s Edition DVDs and a new, third DVD
entitled “The Lost Disc.” S.R.P.: $29.99. This Special Edition features eight never-before-seen bonus features:

<b>“Becoming Captain Jack”</b>: The film’s star Johnny Depp divulges revelations about fulfilling his boyhood dream
of playing a pirate and his unique “take” on Jack Sparrow.

<b>“Becoming Barbossa”</b>: Dive deeper into how actor Geoffrey Rush fleshed out his villainous character.

<b>“Thar She Blows!”</b>: The film’s ship Interceptor is featured, from building it to blowing it up.

<b>“The Monkey’s Name Is Jack”</b>: Meet Levi and Tara, the two tiny masters of mayhem who play the infamous
primate pirate, and get Johnny Depp’s and Geoffrey Rush’s recollections on working with them.

<b>“Pirates Around The World”</b>: A fun comparison of dubbed versions from across the seven seas.

<b>More “Fly On The Set” Featurettes</b>: Join the filmmakers as they create additional key sequences from the movie.

<b>“Spirit of the Ride”</b>: Johnny Depp, director Gore Verbinski and more of the filmmakers reflect on their earliest
memories of the attraction and how it inspired the film.

<b>“Sneak Attack Animatic”</b>: Before executing the movie’s sneak attack sequence, the filmmakers created animation
based on how they visualized the scene – and here is the animatic for this exciting scene.


From producer Jerry Bruckheimer, the thrilling action-adventure <b>PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE
CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL</b> stars Johnny Depp (“<i>Edward Scissorhands</i>,” “<i>Chocolat</i>”), Geoffrey Rush
(Oscar® winner, Best Actor, “<i>Shine</i>” 1991), Orlando Bloom (“<i>Lord of the Rings</i>” trilogy, “<i>Troy</i>”), Keira Knightley
(“<i>King Arthur</i>”) and Jonathan Pryce (“<i>What A Girl Wants</i>”).

Screen story by Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio and Stuart Beattie and Jay Wolpert. Screenplay by Ted Elliott & Terry
Rossio. Directed by Gore Verbinski.

<b><u><i>STREET DATE: November 2, 2004</b></u></i>
<u>3-Disc Special Edition Gift Set</u>:
<u>Suggested Retail Price</u>: 3-Disc DVD: $29.99.
<u>Feature Rated</u>: “PG-13” For Action/Adventure Violence.
All Bonus features, including “The Lost Disc,” not rated.

<u>The Lost Disc</u>:
<u>DVD Aspect Ratio</u>: 1.33:1, formatted 4x3
<u>Sound</u>: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound

<u>Original 2-Disc Collector’s Edition</u>:
<u>DVD Aspect Ratio</u>: 2.35:1, enhanced for 16x9 screens
<u>Sound</u>: Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
<u>French language soundtrack</u>: Available
<u>French language subtitles</u>: Available

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The Original 2-Disc Disney DVD Collector’s Edition, part of the 3-Disc Gift Set of <b>PIRATES OF THE
CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL</b>, features nineteen deleted scenes, audio commentary
with Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley and the filmmakers, behind the scenes and on the set features, cast and crew
video diaries, and much more.

<center><b><u>PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL</b>
DISC ONE</u>:</center>

• <b><u>FEATURE PRESENTATION</b></u>

• <b><u>AUDIO COMMENTARIES</b></u>
�� Director Gore Verbinski and Star Johnny Depp
�� Stars Keira Knightley and Jack Davenport;
�� Producer Jerry Bruckheimer
�� Screenwriters Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio and Stuart Beattie and Jay Wolpert

<u><center>DISC TWO</u>:</center>

• <u><b>AN EPIC AT SEA: THE MAKING OF “PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE
BLACK PEARL”</u></b>
�� Ahoy matey! Go behind the scenes of this blockbuster epic and have an in-depth look at:

�� The Actors
�� Locations
�� Production Design
�� The Ships
�� Costumes and Make-Up
�� Stunts and Swords
�� Visual Effects
�� The Premiere


• <u><b>DELETED SCENES</u></b>

�� Meet Will Turner
<i>(Full Version)</i>

�� Carriage Ride
<i>(Governor Swann and Elizabeth)</i>

�� A Change In The Wind
<i>(Extended Weather Montage)</i>

�� Only One Shot
<i>(Will Helps Jack Escape From Jail)</i>

�� Peep Show
<i>(Pintel and Ragetti’s Eye)</i>

�� All Is Well
<i>(More From The Ride, Jack And Will In Tortuga)</i>

�� Make It Last
<i>(More From The Ride, Tortuga Tavern)</i>

�� A Bit Of A Stick
<i>(Will Is Wound Too Tight; Tortuga Tavern)</i>

�� It’s Begun
<i>(Jack And Will At The Point)</i>

�� The French
<i>(Improvisation With Jack And The Pirates)</i>

�� Not All That Big
<i>(A Walk Around The Island)</i>

�� No Truth At All
<i>(Elizabeth Teaches Jack The Song)</i>

�� Accepting The Proposal
<i>(Elizabeth And The Commodore: A Conditional Request)</i>

�� Peas In A Pod
<i>(Elizabeth and Jack In The Graveyard Of Ships)</i>

�� Take A Walk
<i>(Pirates Submerge)</i>

�� Let Them Eat Cake
<i>(Mallot and Grapple Extended Scene)</i>

�� The Immortal Captain Jack
<i>(Jack Removes His Own Curse; This Scene Was Deleted Before Any Skeletal Effects Had Begun)</i>

�� Good Luck
<i>(More With Mortogg and Mullroy)</i>

�� Happy Endings
<i>(Commodore Norrington Addresses Elizabeth)</i>

• <b><u>FLY ON THE SET</b></u>

�� You are on the set with the filmmakers and actors as they shoot the scene. Watch the rehearsals,
see how the action is staged, watch multiple takes through the viewfinder with the director. From
the scenes:

�� Town Attack
�� Tortuga
�� Blacksmith Shop
�� The Cave
�� Jack’s Hanging

• <b><u>DIARIES</b></u>
<u>Three different, personal diaries from behind-the-scenes of the film</u>:

�� <u>Producer Jerry Bruckheimer</u>
Jerry Bruckheimer shares his personal, on-the-set photos with you. Bruckheimer narrates and
comments on the photos and the movie.

�� <u>Diary of a Pirate</u>
Lee Arenberg (The pirate ‘Pintel” in the movie) presents and narrates his own unique video
journal of his experiences on the film. Go behind the scenes with Lee and meet his fellow
actors as they mug for the camera and tour the island of St. Vincent. Watch as special make-up
turns Lee into a pirate, and join in the fun as the ‘parrot-cam’ and the ‘Johnny Depp-cam’
captures the cast and crew at work and play.

�� <u>Diary of a Ship</u>
Come aboard the Lady Washington, the real-life ship that became the ‘H.M.S. Interceptor’ in
the movie. Travel with the captain and crew as they bring the ship into the Caribbean and re-fit
her for her role in ‘Pirates.’

• <b><u>“MOONLIGHT SERENADE” SCENE PROGRESSION</b></u>
�� See how a shot from the film goes from concept to completion. In the “Moonlight Serenade”
scene, flesh-and-blood pirates turn into walking, talking skeletons – and you see how the amazing
technical effects crew made it happen.

• <b><u>IMAGE GALLERY</b></u>
�� <u>Inspiration</u>
Discover historical reference artwork for the film, including classic pirate-themed paintings by
renowned artist N.C. Wyeth

�� <u>Concept Art</u>
Outstanding pre-production art, for reference, done before filming

�� <u>Storyboards</u>
From the scenes:
�� Blacksmith Shop
�� Black Pearl vs. Interceptor
�� Captain Jack Sparrow

�� <u>Costumes</u>
Sketches and photos of the film’s fabulous period costumes

�� <u>Production</u>
Photo stills from the film

�� <u>Publicity</u>

• <b><u>BLOOPER REEL</u></b>
�� Watch as the actors miss marks and flub lines in this funny featurette

• <u><b>BELOW DECK: AN INTERACTIVE HISTORY OF PIRATES</u></b>
�� Find out about the real pirates of history; who they were and what their lives were really like.

• <u><b>PIRATES IN THE PARKS</u></b>
�� Tune in to “<i>Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color</i>” TV show. Join Walt as he walks you
through the original sketches and dioramas from the Disneyland attraction “Pirates of the
Caribbean.” This nostalgic footage is from the episode ‘<i>Disneyland From The Caribbean To The
World of Tomorrow</i>’ originally aired January 21, 1968.

<center><b><u>DVD ROM ENHANCED COMPUTER FEATURES</b></u>:</center>

The DVD-ROM features for <b>PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL</b> add
hours of additional viewing pleasure for the audience and are a breakthrough in the creative use of DVD-ROM
capabilities.

The DVD-ROM Enhanced Computer Features are:

• <b><u>MOONLIGHT BECOMES YE</b></u>
�� A breakthrough first! Import your photo, or a friend’s photo, and apply the “Moonlight” special
effects. Watch as the curse takes hold, and your photo image is transformed – you take on the
features of Captain Barbossa’s undying crew, aye!! Yer a grisly Pirate of the Caribbean!

• <b><u>DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES</b></u>
�� A breakthrough first! This featurette shows the making of Disneyland’s hugely popular “Pirates of
the Caribbean” attraction and puts the content from the Image Gallery and Virtual Reality Viewer
in context with the movie.

• <b><u>PIRATES ATTRACTION IMAGE GALLERY</b></u>
�� See the concept art from the actual Disneyland “Pirates of the Caribbean” attraction, which was
the creative impetus for the film.

• <b><u>DISNEYLAND PIRATES VIRTUAL REALITY VIEWER</b></u>
�� A breakthrough first! Take the artwork another step into reality when you click on the virtual
reality view. Use your mouse to navigate through the exquisite 360-degree panoramas.

• <b><u>STORYBOARD VIEWER</b></u>
�� This amazing feature displays a side-by-side comparison of storyboard art timed to the finished
film. Watch the entire film in sync with every one of the film’s storyboards.

• <b><u>SCRIPT SCANNER</b></u>
�� This outstanding feature contrasts the director’s camera with the screenwriter’s pen. The script
scrolls side-by-side in real-time with the movie – see the written word and how it translates into
film, on the same screen.

In <b>PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL</b>, for the roguish yet charming
Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) the crystalline waters of the Caribbean present a vast playground where
adventure and mystery abound. But Jack’s idyllic life capsizes after his nemesis, the wily Captain Barbossa
(Geoffrey Rush) steals his ship, the Black Pearl, and later attacks the town of Port Royal, while kidnapping the
Governor’s (Jonathan Pryce) beautiful daughter, Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley).

Elizabeth’s childhood friend, Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), joins forces with Jack to commandeer the fastest ship
in the British fleet, the HMS Interceptor, in a gallant attempt to rescue her and recapture the Black Pearl. The duo
and their crew are pursued by Elizabeth’s betrothed, the debonair, ambitious Commodore Norrington (Jack
Davenport, “<i>The Talented Mr. Ripley</i>”) aboard the HMS Dauntless.

Unbeknownst to Will, there is a curse that has doomed Barbossa and his crew to live forever as the undead – when
exposed to moonlight, they are transformed into living skeletons. The curse they carry can be broken only if a
once-plundered treasure is restored. Stunning visual effects bring these formidable foes to life as our valiant heroes
clash mightily with Barbossa and his invincible pirates of the Caribbean.

Walt Disney Home Entertainment is distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc., a recognized
industry leader. Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc. is the marketing, sales and distribution company
for Walt Disney, Touchstone, Hollywood Pictures, Miramax, Dimension and Buena Vista videocassettes
and DVDs.

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The bonus disc doesn't sound quite as slapped together as I thought it'd be, but it's still not enough for a re-purchase. Besides, isn't one of those features (the animatic) an easter egg on the current DVD?

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glad to see a feature on the DL attraction added.


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And even with a re-release and lots of disc space they manage to "forget" the trailers.


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The review of the <i>Pirates of the Caribbean</i> Gift Set has just been posted:
http://www.ultimatedisney.com/pirates3disc.html


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damn This will be my 3rd copy of pirates!

- I have the original 2 disc with slipcover
- The Lenticular cover 2 disc set
and now.......
- The 3 disc set

............... :roll:


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I'm still somewhat confused on the packaging, do you have close-up shots of the entire set that you might be able to post Luke?

It's basically the original POTC keepcase only replaced by a new slipcover which also somehow houses a metal tray with the bonus disc? How would that work?

Is the "lost disc" packaged totally seperately from the original two and is there anyways to put all the discs together in the same case or will the extra disc only fit in it's tray?

Overall, would you say it looks better than the original 2-disc POTC w/ slipcover or is their really no difference?

Finally, if one already owned the original 2-discer, would there be anyway to put the slipcover / lenticular cover over this new set?


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STASHONE wrote:
I'm still somewhat confused on the packaging, do you have close-up shots of the entire set that you might be able to post Luke?

It's basically the original POTC keepcase only replaced by a new slipcover which also somehow houses a metal tray with the bonus disc? How would that work?

Is the "lost disc" packaged totally seperately from the original two and is there anyways to put all the discs together in the same case or will the extra disc only fit in it's tray?

Overall, would you say it looks better than the original 2-disc POTC w/ slipcover or is their really no difference?

Finally, if one already owned the original 2-discer, would there be anyway to put the slipcover / lenticular cover over this new set?


They're packaged to each other's side, as in this picture:

Image

The dark red strip around the bottom is light cardboard, and doesn't really hold them together unless they're both sealed.

The Lost Disc is packaged separately, and it looks like it's just a disc in a metal hub, but it folds back into a thin paper sleeve. (You're left with a thick piece of cardboard and a hard plastic sleeve that are just asking to be thrown away.) That's how I'm keeping mine, and I've put it right next to the 2-disc keepcase (with slipcover). It looks like a thin book, next to it.

So really, the gift set isn't so much packaged together, but sealed together like any Disney 2-pack would be (see the Freaky Fridays).

Hope that answers the questions.


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Ah, Thanks Luke.

I sort of figured it out just before you posted after looking over the pictures again..


So you have your regular 2-disc keepcase, same as before sans slipcover and than you have this new disc packaged totally seperately in a tin tray as thought it were a seperate release, than binded together with some sort of cardboard strip like the Gremlins movies...

I wonder why Disney couldn't bother to just include an extra floating disc tray in the keepcase to make this one complete 3-disc set and toss a new updated slipcover over the packaging?

Oh well, I guess I can buy the right keepcase and do that on my own...


Last question now - where does the paper sleeve for the lost disc come from? Is it just packed away under the tin or on the back somehow for you to slip on at home after opening it all up? This is the only part I'm having trouble visualizing...


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STASHONE wrote:
Last question now - where does the paper sleeve for the lost disc come from? Is it just packed away under the tin or on the back somehow for you to slip on at home after opening it all up? This is the only part I'm having trouble visualizing...


The tin is actually just like a metal tray, which itself is the inner right side of the book-like case when you unfold it. The glossy inner left side of the package is the back the way its originally folded. And the outer covers are the non-glossy type as if they were the inside.

It'd be easier to show with pictures, I'm sure, but unfortunately I don't have easy access to a digital camera. The two pictures in the review were a hassle themselves, and I'm sorry they and the write-up didn't fully clarify.

One last try. The gold-colored metal that you see in this picture: Image

that is really the inside of the paper case, as if it's been folded inside-out. When you fold it the right way, it's used to the other, so it will need to go in between places to get it to look comfortable in the normal position.

So much writing on the packaging...I hope that helps a little.


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haha I got it!



I can sleep now, thanks.


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Thanx for the press release, Luke!

You think they'd sell JUST the thrid disc? I wouldn't like to Double Dip just for the 3rd disc. Also, I remember finding the Animatic Easter Egg, too, but I'm not sure if it is for the same scene as the one advertised in the PR.

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Luke wrote:
So really, the gift set isn't so much packaged together, but sealed together like any Disney 2-pack would be (see the Freaky Fridays).
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Ah, that's good, so I can do what I mentioned in another thread: Buy it, return the sealed 2-disc somewhere else, and use that store credit for a DVD I don't have yet (maybe I'll buy it in November, wait around until December, and get Mary Poppins...)

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Ah, that's good, so I can do what I mentioned in another thread: Buy it, return the sealed 2-disc somewhere else, and use that store credit for a DVD I don't have yet (maybe I'll buy it in November, wait around until December, and get Mary Poppins...)


Don't think that will work. There's a sticker that says "Not for Individual Sale" or something like that which is placed over the UPC of the 2-disc set. I can't remember if it was individually sealed apart from the bonus disc. I think maybe not. Your best bet if you're looking to unload an extra copy would probably be either to give/trade it to someone you know, or sell it on eBay.


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Luke wrote:
Escapay wrote:
Ah, that's good, so I can do what I mentioned in another thread: Buy it, return the sealed 2-disc somewhere else, and use that store credit for a DVD I don't have yet (maybe I'll buy it in November, wait around until December, and get Mary Poppins...)


Don't think that will work. There's a sticker that says "Not for Individual Sale" or something like that which is placed over the UPC of the 2-disc set. I can't remember if it was individually sealed apart from the bonus disc. I think maybe not. Your best bet if you're looking to unload an extra copy would probably be either to give/trade it to someone you know, or sell it on eBay.



That's where a blow drier comes in handy! :lol:


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That's where a blow drier comes in handy! :lol:


Oh, the sticker will come off. But that would mean that the case is not sealed.


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Luke wrote:
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That's where a blow drier comes in handy! :lol:


Oh, the sticker will come off. But that would mean that the case is not sealed.


wal mart will exchange it open. and give you a close copy. you can to another wal mart and return it! I should have my own thread

Way to rip off Wal Mart :lol:


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