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Pirates of the Caribbean Bedroom Decor and Bedding

Updated on October 12, 2014

Create a Fun Bedroom Theme with Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean is a great theme for any fan (young or grown) of the Disney movie! Whether you or your child prefers The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, At World's End, On Stranger Tides...or the whole series, you can find lots of bedroom decor and bedding here to feed your Pirates of the Caribbean hunger. You can choose to decorate an entire "Pirates" room or just add a few touches with pictures, posters, calendars, pillows, collectibles, and more.

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The newest Pirates of the Caribbean movie, "On Stranger Tides" seems an interesting title for a in fact based on prior literature.

The Disney movie is said to be partly based on a book, written In 1988, also called On Stranger Tides. It's author, Tim Powers, wrote the fantasy book that won a Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel and was also nominated for The World Fantasy award.

The plot of the book details the journey of John "Jack Shandy" Chandagnac, who travels to the new world after the death of his puppeteer father to confront his uncle, who apparently has made off with the family inheritance. During the voyage, he gets to know a woman named Beth Hurwood and her father, an Oxford professor. Before they arrive, their ship is waylaid by pirates and, with the help of the professor and his assistant, the captain is killed and Chandagnac is forced to join the pirate crew. The reader discovers a sinister plot being concocted by the professor involving his dead wife, his living daughter and Blackbeard. Chandagnac, now known as "Jack Shandy", must put a stop to these plans and save Beth Hurwood.

Amazon's excerpt from the book says this:

Puppeteer John Chandagnac, bound for Jamaica to recover stolen money from his uncle, becomes Jack Shandy after pirates attack his ship and force him to join their crew. Shandy's struggle to accept his new life grounds the story for readers, even as Blackbeard and vodun magicians whisk everyone away to dreamlike lands where the Fountain of Youth itself awaits. The chaotic sea battles sing, though at times key events happen so quickly that they get lost in the shuffle as Jack tries to comprehend where he's going and what's at stake.

Sounds like an interesting in fact, I plan on checking out myself. Note: the book comes in varying illustrated covers...same book, just different cover art.


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Top 3 Captain Jack Sparrow Quotes

1. "Captain...I wish to report a mutiny. I can name fingers and point names".

2. "Did everyone see that? Because I will NOT be doing it again".

3. "You know that feeling you get when you're standing in a high place and you have a sudden urge to jump? I don't have it.."

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      David Gardner 5 years ago from San Francisco Bay Area, California

      Aargh! I enjoy all of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies... the adventure and the spookiness (and yes, the humor) are all a kick! Congrats on a Squidoo masterpiece!