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Pirates of the Caribbean (The Curse of the Black Pearl) - Age-Defying Girl
In the very beginning of the movie, there is a little girl on the ship who is Elizabeth when she was young. Later in the movie, after the pirates invaded Port Royal and Will is looking at the ocean,there is a little girl sweeping the porch at the left side of the screen. If you look closely, you will notice that it is the same little girl as in the beginning of the movie. It is eight years later and Elizabeth has been taken aboard the Black Pearl, so even if Elizabeth magically stayed the same age, she couldn't have been at the port because she was on the Black Pearl.
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AmberDot0 writes:
How is this a slip-up? They used the same actress but they didn't use her for the same part. If she was supposed to be Elizabeth eight years later it would be wrong if she didn't age but she's not, we have the adult Elizabeth. The most the film makers could be accused of is not using a little makeup on the younger actress so we wouldn't notice her re-use in the film as much.
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Kim writes:
I think this is a case of a small part actress being an extra elsewhere in a film.
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Alyssa writes:
How is that a slip-up? They just used her again someplace else in the film as an extra because she had a small part.
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me writes:
No offense. But I think this so called "slip-up" deserves a big "DUH!" As people have said, it's not unusual for an actor to be playing two different characters. And since it's not a major second part plus in the background, only really harsh critics, and people who have too much time on their hands, would notice it.
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Gary Lynch writes:
Of course this is a slip-up! Using extras over again is not unusual, but this little girl played, albeit briefly, one of the major characters.
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