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Guybrush Threepwood

In the Monkey Island game series, Guybrush Ulysses Threepwood considers himself a mighty pirate, though others often bungle his name and mistake him for a floors inspector. Among his quirks are a dislike of heavy syrup and an irrational fear of porcelain.

Dread Pirate Roberts

In The Princess Bride, Dread Pirate Roberts (Cary Elwes) is a pirate with a mythical reputation who is feared across the seven seas for his swordfighting skills. It’s revealed that Dread Pirate Roberts is actually a succession of individuals who pass on the name, with farm boy Westley as the latest.

Captain Hook

Captain Hook

If he’s not chasing the Lost Boys and Tinker Bell or plotting ways to capture Peter Pan, you can find Captain Hook hiding from his crocodile nemesis. Hook sure did wear some fancy pirate gear before being swallowed by that croc.

Jack Sparrow

Jack Sparrow

Jack Sparrow is an eccentric scoundrel, who’s always looking for ways to regain his status as Captain on The Black Pearl. His tongue is as quick as his sword and he can often negotiate his way out of any situation as well as he can fight his way out it.

Sloth

Sloth

In the Goonies, Sloth is one of the Fratelli brothers. Because of his deformities, he’s kept chained up by the rest of his criminal family. Fortunately, he’s freed and won over by Chunk with a Baby Ruth bar. Hey yoooou guysssss.

Monkey D. Luffy

Monkey D. Luffy

In One Piece, Monkey D. Luffy is captain of the Straw Hat Pirates and one of its top fighters. Despite his troublemaking ways, he comes from an esteemed lineage, as his father is Revolutionary Army commander Monkey D. Dragon and his father’s father is famed Marine Monkey D. Garp.