Daily Dialogue — April 17, 2012

April 17th, 2012 by

Will Turner: [during the final battle] Will you marry me?
Elizabeth Swann: I don’t think now’s the best time!
Will Turner: Now may be the only time! I love you. I’ve made my choice. What’s yours?
Elizabeth Swann: Barbossa!
[Will shocked because of her ‘choice’]
Elizabeth Swann: [to Barbossa] Marry us!
[Will is relieved]
Barbossa: I’m a little busy at the moment!
Will Turner: Barbossa, Now!
Barbossa: Fine then. Dearly Beloved, we be gathered here today…
[is set upon by a fish-person, who he kicks in the face]
Barbossa: … to nail yer gizzard to the mast, yer poxy cur!
Will Turner: Elizabeth Swann, do you take me to be your husband?
Elizabeth Swann: I do.
Will Turner: Great!
[more fighting]
Elizabeth Swann: Will Turner, do you take me to be your wife, in sickness and in health, with health being less likely?
Will Turner: I do.
[more fighting]
Barbossa: As Captain, I now pronounce you…
[interrupted by fighting]
Barbossa: You may kiss…
[more fighting]
Barbossa: …You may kiss…
[more fighting]
Barbossa: …JUST KISS!

— Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), Elizabeth Swann (Kiera Knightley), Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2006), screenplay by Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio, characters by Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio and Stuart Beattie and Jay Wolpert

The Daily Dialogue theme for the week is marriage proposals, suggested by Teddy Pasternak. Today’s suggestion by Mike Boles.

Trivia: Filming started without a finished script.

Dialogue On Dialogue: I’m sure somebody bought a drink for whoever had the inspiration, “Hey, let’s have them get married during the middle of a swashbuckling battle!”

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