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The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow (PHOTO TOUR + VIDEO)

Do you have what it takes to be a member of Captain Jack Sparrow’s crew?

Find out at The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow, a first of its kind sensory experience channeled into a walk-through attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios that allows aspiring pirates to re-discover the story of Captain Jack like never before.

State-of-the-art technology brings the swashbuckling world of the eccentric captain – played by Johnny Depp – and all the action and adventure that is part and purloined parcel of the Pirates of the Caribbean film series to life, from an eerie treasure cove to a disembodied talking skull the size of Epcot’s Spaceship Earth – voiced by the talented James Arnold Taylor  of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Doc McStuffins acclaim among other Disney and Lucasfilm projects – to an epic ship-to-ship battle.

And yes, there are creepy mermaids.

Take a look for yourself, matey.

  • Do you have what it takes? 1 of 5
    The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow

    Photo credit: Disney Parks & Resorts

  • There be pirates here… 2 of 5
    LEGEND CAPTAIN JACK EXT

    Photo credit: Pilar Clark

  • The disembodied skull talks. Listen to it, and consider yourself warned, matey. 3 of 5
    LEGEND CAPTAIN JACK 4

    Photo credit: Pilar Clark

  • Purloined loot. A lot of it. 4 of 5
    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow
     Photo credit: Disney Parks Blog
  • So real you could kiss him. Don’t though. 5 of 5
    LEGEND CAPTAIN JACK 6

    Photo credit: Pilar Clark

 

Are you in? Take the Pirate Oath with Captain Jack himself:

 

And because you can never have enough Deppage, a behind-the-scenes videos from Walt Disney Imagineering:

 

Photo credits: Quite a few. Please see individual slides.

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