Movie; POTC: Dead Man's Chest [2006] Movie; POTC: Dead Man's Chest [2006]

Gibbs: [while recruiting in Tortuga] And what's *your* story?
Norrington: My story? It's exactly the same as your story, just one chapter behind. I chased a man across the seven seas. The pursuit cost me my crew... my commission... and my life.
[he swigs some rum]
Gibbs: [a pause, as it dawns on him] ... Commodore?
Norrington: [suddenly angry] No, not anymore, weren't you *listening*? Movie; POTC: Dead Man's Chest [2006] Movie; POTC: Dead Man's Chest [2006] quotes

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