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  • The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

    Ok, does anyone know how many people they have to play Jack Sparrow? So far I've only seen the one guy who's had a split lip lately and looks like Shane West.
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    Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

    I believe there are two actors that play Jack at Disneyland?




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      Hmmm I would think that. Does anyone have pics of each of them?
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        I don't think Disney would like it if anyone leaked the names of the entertainers here to be honest.

        EDIT: My bad, I misread the post :lol:.

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          Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

          Originally posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
          I don't think Disney would like it if anyone leaked the names of the entertainers here to be honest.
          Who said anything about names. I just wanted to know how many separate actors playing the character there are. I've only come across one. He was very vey good.

          EDIT: My double bad
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            Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

            This is one of them. I have pictures of both of them, but he is hiding.



            They are really easy to tell apart in the park. One of them their beard bothers me because it is a straight line.
            I think this is the other one.
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              Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

              This is from early October 2006. I can't really tell if he looks like the 2 that Butterflylark posted. Can you tell?

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                Oooh thanx for those. Yeah I've never seen the first.
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                  Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

                  Originally posted by chinita View Post
                  This is from early October 2006. I can't really tell if he looks like the 2 that Butterflylark posted. Can you tell?

                  He looks like the first
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                    Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

                    Looks like you forgot some fill flash... here's a quick fix for you:

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                      /\ The one above is the one I see the most there. Very good portrayal. However, a group of us noticed that last weekend, the beard (except for the braids) was pure greasepaint makeup. THAT bothered me. Also, they never seem to put Jack's burn scar on the makeup. To me that is almost as much a part of the character as the eyeliner, dreds, and beard braids. Oh well. However.....

                      What was interesting is that normally this Jack is really friendly, and takes times with the crowds. Last week his handler was an elderly guy who talked to the good Captain as if he was a piece of dirt and threw a fit if he stopped to talk to anyone...they were on the way up to the gallery. Jack was completely appologic, the elderly gentleman was a complete jerk to the guests.

                      Also, there is one pirate there...tall, bald..a deep voice to die for , a bit of a hook nose and just awsome characterization. I first got to talk to him at the red carpet event. But, now, if I see Jack..great..but if "MY" pirate is there...THEN my trip is complete! LOL So anyone have any idea who he is?
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                      • #12
                        Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

                        The pirate AlohaStitch is speakinig of is Olin. IMHO he is by far the best character Disneyland has ever had. He's not an actor, he's a genius. Next would be one who used to play Huck Finn and Bert but I haven't seen him in any incarnation in over a year.

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                          Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

                          Originally posted by FrumiousBoojum View Post

                          Doesn't he look like Shane West?
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                            Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

                            Here is another Captain Jack Sparrow character.



                            So that would make three.
                            Last edited by nemopoppins; 11-13-2006, 10:40 PM.

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                              Re: The Men (Man?) Behind the dredlocks.

                              Sure he's not the first?
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