Back in 2003, Walt Disney went against the general perception that the Pirate Genre was a thing of the past. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, released in 2003, shattered this perception by not only becoming a critical and commercial success but also generated a huge cult following.
The performance of this movie sparked off the sequels for the movie. The Dead Man’s Chest and At World’s End have taken the Pirates series to a new level.
The fans cannot get enough of the series and especially of ‘Captain’ Jack Sparrow who will return in another Pirates series movie called “On Stranger Tides”.
Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most requested Movie Theme by our readers and now the wait is over. Enjoy!
Get a feel of The Pirates Of The Caribbean on your desktop with 35+ POTC Wallpapers, Custom Desktop Icons and select POTC music for a complete ‘Pirates’ experience on your Desktop.
Pirates Of The Caribbean Theme Screenshots:
These are a few of the 35+ wallpapers you would get with this theme. Download the entire theme to get all the wallpapers.
Custom Icons and Sounds For POTC Theme:
Custom icons make any theme unique. For this theme we have selected a specific “Pirated” set of icons that will replace the same old boring icons you see with the default theme.
We have also included some inspiring music from the Pirates of the Caribbean movie to add the Pirates touch to the theme. I am sure you would like it.
Download Windows 7 POTC Theme:
We have a dedicated download page for this theme. You can also explore various other Windows 7 Themes on our themes download page.
Fun Facts & Trivia About Pirates Of The Caribbean:
- The movie is inspired by, and takes its theme from, the popular Walt Disney theme park ride of the same name.
- The figurehead (a sculpted ornament on the bow of ancient vessels) of the ship carrying Elizabeth and Governor Swann at the beginning of The Black Pearl is actually the coat of arms of the United Kingdom and it is the figurehead of an actual ship of the line, the HMS Victory.
- The island Isla de Muerta is Spanish for “island of dead”. Tortuga is also Spanish, meaning “turtle”.
- The title was originally just “Pirates of the Caribbean” but the name was changed in the hope that it would do well at the box office and a sequel could be made.
- The Black Pearl was the first ever movie premiere at Disneyland.