100+ Davy Jones Quotes From Pirates Of The Caribbean

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Davy Jones was the extraordinary leader of the Seven Seas as the denounced commander of the Flying Dutchman. A fearsome and savage skipper, striking dread into the most intrepid of mariners, Jones turned into the stuff of different fantasies and legends of Pirate Lore, especially identifying with the Dutchman and Davy Jones’ Locker.

Davy Jones was known for his cruel ways, demonstrating no more consideration for his very own team than his adversaries. Pleased, barbarous, and scornful, Jones was an animal of vindictiveness. Maybe a skeptic because of Calypso’s apparent disloyalty, the main thing he appeared to appreciate was to guarantee the lives of people around him were as hopeless and dreary as his own one.

He consistently abused his own team also, accepting that all people ought to endure existence in the wake of death with much agony; this is sponsored up by his declaration of “Life is remorseless. For what reason should life following death be any unique”? Jones was not unsuspecting and along these lines when someone had an obligation to him or played out a mission for him, he used to stamp them with a mysterious sign or kept a decent confidence installment, which enabled Jones to guarantee that this individual will do what he mentioned from him.

In spite of the fact that Jones requested great confidence from others, he was deceptive and inconsistent and felt no commitment to return in kind. However, when it came to issues of affection, Jones was fairly thoughtful, uncovering a milder side, covered up under long stretches of blame, outrage, and sharpness.

Indeed, even after she deceived him, Jones still cherished Calypso, and her name was the final word he at any point articulated before his demise. In spite of the fact that he was irritated about her selling out he additionally said that his heart would consistently have a place with her.

In spite of having expressed that adoration was a “horrendous bond” Jones seemed to have cried a tear when Jack Sparrow revealed to him that Will Turner was infatuated and due to be hitched. Nonetheless, after finding this affection, Jones didn’t waver to wound Will in the heart within the sight of Elizabeth Swann, who had recently hitched Will, notwithstanding understanding their affections for one another since he had felt those emotions himself.

Jones’ physical idiosyncrasies were particular. He had a solid Scottish intonation which was complemented by different vocal and facial tics, and had an unctuous and deriding snicker. He would normally expand vowel sounds and was known to discharge water through his mouth when despondently or anger

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“Oh, did he now? I’m sorely tempted to accept that offer!”

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“Heh heh heh … Welcome to the crew, lad!”

Davy Jones famous quotes “You are neither dead nor dying. What is your purpose here?”

Davy Jones popular quotes “Life is cruel. Why should the afterlife be any different?”

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“Break off pursuit, run her light and dowse canvas!”

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“One soul is not equal to another.”

“I keep the boy… a good faith payment. That leaves you only ninety-nine more to go!”

“But I wonder, Sparrow… Can you live with this? Can you condemn an innocent man, a friend… to a lifetime of servitude, in your name, while you roam free?”

“One hundred souls… three days.”

“How do you know of the key?”

“Bootstrap Bill, you are a liar and will spend an eternity on this ship! Master Turner, feel free to go ashore … the very next time we make port! [laughs]”

“Let no joyful voice be heard! Let no man look up at the sky with hope! And let this day be cursed by we who ready to wake … the Kraken!!!!”

“[sending Bootstrap Bill to the brig.] You need time alone with your thoughts. Brig!”

“Let them taste the triple guns.”

“Damn you, Jack … SPARROOOOOW!!!”

“There are no survivors!”

“The chest is no longer safe. Chart a course to Isla Cruces! Get me there first or there’ll be the Devil to pay!”

“Who sent that thieving charlatan on to my ship? Who told him of the key? Jack Sparrow…”

“I am the sea.”

“Do you fear death? Do you fear that dark abyss? All your deeds lay bare, [snorts] all your sins punished. I can offer you… an escape.”

“[to Jack] You have a debt to pay. You’ve been captain of the Black Pearl for thirteen years. That was our agreement!”

“Then you were a poor captain, but a captain nonetheless. [Mockingly] Have you not introduced yourself all these years as Captain Jack Sparrow!? [Laughs]”

“I offer you a choice: Join my crew, and postpone the judgement. A hundred years before the mast… Will ye serve?”

“I accept, mate. The stakes?”

“Will you now? And what would prompt such an act of charity?”

“Enough! Send his beloved Pearl back to the depths!”

“You owe me your soul. Now it’s time to pay up. (commercials)”

“Do you fear… death? Do you fear that dark abyss? All your deeds laid bare, all your sins punished?”

“Life is cruel. Why should the afterlife be any different?”

“You are neither dead nor dying. What is your purpose here?”

“What is your purpose here?”

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“[laughs] Did he, now? I’m sorely tempted to accept that offer.”

“Damn you, Jack Sparrow…”

“You have a debt to pay. You’ve been captain of the Black Pearl for thirteen years. That was our agreement.”

“Then you were a poor captain, but a captain nonetheless! Have you not introduced yourself all these years as “Captain Jack Sparrow”?”

“I wonder, Sparrow, can you live with this? Can you condemn an innocent man, a friend, to a lifetime of servitude in your name while you roam free?”

“[Davy Jones is stepping down the stairs and as he does, barnacles and mussels hanging on the steps retract] I accept, mate”

“Let no joyful voice be heard! Let no man look up at the sky with hope! And let this day be cursed by we who ready to wake… the Kraken!”

“[after watching the Kraken devour Jack] Jack Sparrow… Our debt is settled.”

“Will you, now? And what would prompt such an act of charity?”

“How do you know of the key?”

“I *am* the sea.”

“They’re here. And I cannot set foot on land for near of a decade.”

“I’ll trust you to know what awaits you should you fail!”

“One soul is not equal to another.”

“Let them taste the triple guns.”

“Life is cruel! Why should the afterlife be any different?”

“Yew have a debt to pay. Ye’ve been Captain of the Black Pearl fer thirteen years. That was our agreement.”

“Then ye were a poor captain, but a captain nonetheless! Have ye not introduced yerself all these years as Captain Jack Sparrow? [his crew laughs]”

“One soul is not equal to another.”

“Price?”

“One hundred souls, three days.”

“I keep the boy. A good-faith payment. That leaves ye only ninety-nine more to go [laughs]”

“I keep the boy, ninety-nine souls! But I wonder, Sparrow, can ye live with that? Can yew condemn an innocent man, a friend, to a lifetime of servitude in yer name- while ye roam free?”

“[removes Jack’s Black Spot] Three days.”

“Dead men tell no tales…”
“Ah, but they do tell tales. So says I, Davy Jones.”
“Dead men tell no tales…”
“If ye be brave or fool enough to face a pirates curse, proceed.”
“Dead men tell no tales…”
“Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Aye, tales there be a plenty in this cursed place…”

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“When next you sail, we’ll meet again…Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! So it seems dead men do tell tales, don’t they? Ha! Ha! Ha! We will meet again, when next you sail…so says I, Davy Jones. You may not survive to pass this way again…Ha! Ha! Ha! When next you sail, you’ll sail with Davy Jones…and none shall escape. Ha! Ha! The sea awaits your return, and so does Davy Jones. Ha! Ha! When next you sail, Davy Jones awaits. Ha! Ha!”

“Think you can outwit me, do ya, ye blasted interlopers. Summon…the Kraken!”

“Now, let’s see how you fare against the Flying Dutchman and her vile captain, Davy Jones!”

“I’ll see you to Davy Jones…Jones. Fire! [cannon fires at Jack] Apparently, I should’ve been more specific. Consider that a warning!”

“Right, mates. Now it’s our turn! Let’s show ol’ Captain Calamari what we’re made of, eh? Savvy? Port side cannon…Fire!”

“I’ll see you to Davy Jones…Jones. Fire! [cannon fires at Jack] Apparently, I should’ve been more specific. Consider that a warning!”
“Fire at will!”
“Will?! Where are you, young William. Show yourself!”

“Boy, best give me yer watch or suffer the consequences at my hands. The hands of the captain of the Flying Dutchman. The hands of Davy Jones!”

Spoken about Davy JonesEdit
“Question my authority again, mate, and you’ll be having this discussion with Davy Jones.”

“Do not toy with me, Sparrow. Hand over the watch.”
“Pardon me, Mister Jones…mind if I call you Davy? Thank you kindly. What in the Seven Seas could you possibly want this piece of pawnshop trash for?”
“Trash? The only trash I see here are two little boys lost at sea and a pathetic excuse for a seaworthy vessel!”

The Price of FreedomEdit
Spoken by Davy JonesEdit
“I am here.”

“We will summon Davy Jones. But to do so, we must reconvene aboard Troubadour. He cannot set foot on dry land, save for once every ten years.”

“Davy Jones…is real?”
“He is. He sails on some kind of ghost ship. The Flying Dutchman.”

“But Davy Jones…that is not a Dutch name.”

“I thought Davy Jones was a man. Not some kind of…creature. The legends don’t mention the way he looks.”

“We thank you for your assistance, Captain Jones. Borya has broken the Code, and yet he dared to dock his ship in the cove. We will send him to join you, and soon.”
“Good.”

“Another Code-breaker? In Shipwreck Cove?”
“Aye. That one sent me the one you call Tommy, two nights ago.”
“What is his name, Captain Jones?”
“He is not present. If he were, I could tell you his name. I know only the ship he sails, when he sends me dead. A fine brigantine.”

“You are not of the Brethren Court! Who are you, audacious boy, to summon me thus?”
“I’m Captain Jack Sparrow…sir.”
“Ahhhhhh…I remember you now. Teague’s whelp.”

“You are young to be a captain, boy.”
“Thank you, Captain Jones. I’m really quite good at it, I assure you. And I’d like to remain a captain.”

“What is it you want? And what have you to trade for it?”
“Well, I have my immortal soul. At least, I’m pretty sure I didn’t misplace it somewhere along the way.”

“Go on, Sparrow. What is it you want?”
“Well, that will take a little while to enumerate, but I’ve got it all worked out. Do you mind if I sit down? I’ve had rather a rough day, all things considered…”

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s ChestEdit
Spoken by Davy JonesEdit
“Do you fear death? Do you fear that dark abyss? All your deeds laid bare. All your sins punished. I can offer you…an escape.”

“Life is cruel. Why should the afterlife be any different? I offer you a choice. Join my crew…and postpone the judgment. One hundred years before the mast. Will ye serve?”

“Then you were a poor captain, but a captain nontheless. Have you not introduced yourself, all these years, as Captain Jack Sparrow? Ha, ha, ha!”

“Let no joyful voice be heard! Let no man look up to the sky with hope! And let this day be cursed by we who ready to wake…the Kraken!”

“Your son was fortunate enough to find a ship, but yet not so fortunate enough to find land! Ha ha!”

“Who sent that thieving charlatan on to my ship? Who told him of the key? …Jack Sparrow.”

“Damn you, Jack Sparrow!”

Spoken about Davy JonesEdit
“Ye know of Davy Jones? A man of the sea. A great sailor. Until he ran afoul of that which vexes all men…”

“He couldn’t literally put his heart in a chest…could he?”
“It was not worth feeling what small, fleeting joy life brings…And so, him carve out him heart, lock it away in a chest, and hide the chest from the world.”

“Whoever possesses that chest, possesses the leverage to command Jones to do whatever it is he or she wants…”

“But I wonder, Sparrow. Can you live with this? Can you condemn an innocent man, a friend, to a lifetime of servitude in your name while you roam free?”
“…Yep, I’m good with it. Should we seal it in blood—I mean, er, ink?
Three days.”

“The boy’s not here. He must have been claimed by the sea.”
“I am the sea.”

“They’re here, and I cannot set foot on land again for near of a decade.”
“You’ll trust us to act in your stead?”
“I’ll trust you to know what awaits you should you fail!””

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s EndEdit
Spoken by Davy JonesEdit
“James Norrington, do you fear death?” [Norrington thrusts his sword into Jones’ shoulder and dies] “I take that as a ‘no.’ [He removes the sword, and inspects it] Nice sword. Hmm.”

“Did you forget? I’m a heartless wretch!”

“Ah. Love. A dreadful bond. And yet, so easily severed.”

“You will not forestall my judgement!”

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“Calypso…”

Spoken about Davy JonesEdit
“There’s an evil on these seas that even de most staunch and bloodt’irsty pirates ‘ave come to fear.”

“Jones is a loose cannon, sir.”

“They should be in de care of Davy Jones. That was the duty him was charged wid, by the goddess, Calypso. To ferry those who die at sea to de other side. And every ten years, him could come ashore…to be with she who love him…truly. But the man has become a monster.”
“So he wasn’t always…tentacle-y?”
“No. Him was a man, once.”

“Many things you were, Davy Jones, but never cruel. You have corrupted your purpose and so yourself and you did hide away what should always have been mine!”

“We need prisoners to interrogate, which tends to work best when they’re alive.”
“The Dutchman sails as its captain commands!”
“And its captain is to sail as commanded!”

“Come to join my crew again, Master Turner?”
“Not yours. His.””

“Ten years I devoted to the duty you charged me. Ten years I looked after those who died at sea. And finally, when we could be together again…you weren’t there! Why weren’t you there?”
“It’s my nature. Would you love me if I was anything but what I am?”
“I do not love you.”

“Lookee here, boys. A lost bird. A lost bird that never learned to fly.”
“To my great regret. But…never too late to learn, eh?””

“The chest! Hand it over.”
“I can set you free, mate.”
“My freedom was forfeit long ago!””

“You can do nothing without the key!”
“I already have a key.”
“No you don’t.”
“Oh, that key.””

“Ah. Love. A dreadful bond. And yet, so easily severed. Tell me, William Turner. Do you fear death?”
“Do you? Heady tonic, holding life and death in the palm of one’s hand.”
“You’re a cruel man, Jack Sparrow.”
“Cruel is a matter of perspective.”
“Is it?”

“For ten long years now, I have done my duty as captain and ferried the souls of men to the ‘other side’ in the holds of the Dutchman. And this charge I gladly accepted from my beloved Calypso. For my devotion the goddess promised a day, a single day we would be together. But I have been betrayed! I waited just as she instructed. I waited there on the beach, from sunrise to sunset; but I waited in vain! She misused me! Treated me as a subject… not her lover. Her betrayal made my heart a bitter companion, but the sea has embraced me and given me the knowledge of her Seven Seas I so desperately desired. You see, there is a book, The Journal of the Ancient Seas; it and you, its guardian, the foul and fearsome Kraken, are mine to command. The book holds many secrets and between its barnacled covers it has revealed to me my course to vengeance. As much as she bound me to the seas, I swear, the unfeeling Calypso will be bound and captured to wander the land powerless in human form! The course I must sail points me to hunt down the objects of power that lay scattered across the seas and make the loyalty of the Pirate Lords fast to me. With you my pet, I will force them all to do as I wish!”

“The Dutchman’s set sail to the South in search of the Pirate Lord of the Atlantic. She will be the first of the ones I use to help bind Calypso. I dare not trust the accord of a pirate, so I shall make my own accord: In exchange for the pirate’s help, she can keep her miserable life.”

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s ChestEdit
“You have a debt to pay. You owe Davy Jones your soul. That was the agreement. Time’s up. You’re a marked man, Jack Sparrow.”

“As has been the case before, I am oddly compelled to listen to you.”

“I only bet on what’s dearest to a man’s heart. Else there is no way to tell if he’s bluffing. What a man is willing to risk or not to risk, that’s a measure of his soul.”

“Jack Sparrow’s reprieve is ended. Your son was fortunate enough to find a ship and yet, not so fortunate as to find land.” [laughs]
“Oh, please. Will shouldn’t be punished on the account of Jack Sparrow. It’s Jack you want.”
“What makes you believe it’s your son that’s being punished here?”
“…No…No!”

“Bosun, summon the Kraken!”

“I do believe I could fight you with no weapons at all!”

“You forget, I truly am heartless! Tell me, do you fear death?”

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s EndEdit
“We need prisoners to interrogate, which tends to work best when they’re alive.”
“I am exterminating pirates as directed by the Company!”

“Are you prepared for what’s next?”

“Are you prepared to take up my burden, then? If you slay the heart, then yours must take its place—and you must take mine. The Dutchman must always have a captain.”

“Stay back! I will kill you.”
“Are you prepared for what comes after? When I carved that traitorous vessel from my body, I cast upon it a terrible geis. If you stab my heart, yours must take its place. The crew are not bound to me. They are bound to the Dutchman. And the Dutchman must have a captain. Will ye serve?”

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