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Pirates of the Carribean: At World's End - Did They Have Braces Back Then?
I watched this movie last night when it premiered. It was pretty good except for this one minor part. Near the beginning of the movie where they are gathering up all of the people who are suspected of piracy or helping pirates to hang, there is a scene with a little boy. Watch his mouth when he is singing the song. I could swear that he had braces when they did the close up of his mouth near the end of the song!! My boyfriend saw it as well.
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Skye writes:
Those weren't braces, his teeth were just nasty, just like everyone else's.
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iluvmovies999 writes:
My sister and I noticed that too! We watched the movie twice, and I am pretty sure it was braces. I think they just made his teeth look really dirty to kind of cover them up a bit, but I did notice it.
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haywire writes:
Actually they arn't braces there the caps that goo over your teeth, you know how jack has the gold one's, the boy's are just dirty As for the last part it isn't the same boy, the first one is a cabin boy and the second (I think) will and elizabeths son, they just look the same i doubt a movie with that much money is going to use the same boy for two parts.
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Geth writes:
This has been incorrectly regarded as a slip-up. The young boy didn't have braces; they had special caps on his teeth, similar to what Johnny Depp had on his, to make it look as if his teeth were extremely dirty.
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gudgrl87 writes:
I agree with the person who posted this slip up... Granted, the braces did look worn down & didn't have the bands that braces have nowadays, so maybe it was a "medieval" version of braces? And also, if you watch this all the way through the credits at the very end, the same little boy appears standing next to Elizabeth "10 years later"...
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