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Captain Hector Barbossa:
-In Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Barbossa is captain of the pirate ship the Black Pearl, and is the main antagonist and villain of the movie. His plan is to break the Aztec curse he and his crew are under and bring an end to Jack Sparrow, one of his arch rivals. He was originally the ship's first mate under Captain Jack Sparrow . Barbossa persuaded Jack to reveal the bearings to Isla de Muerta where the Chest of Cortez, containing 882 pieces of Aztec gold, was hidden. After Sparrow divulged the location, Barbossa and the crew mutinied and marooned Sparrow on a tiny island, with only a single-shot pistol with which to commit suicide. Barbossa was convinced for the next ten years after the mutiny that, Jack was killed by starvation. But however unknown to Barbossa Jack made a deal with rum runners to take him off the island, after three days, swearing to use the pistol's single shot to kill Barbossa, and spent the next 10 years seeking revenge.
Barbossa and the crew found the Aztec treasure and ran afoul of a curse placed upon the gold by the Aztec gods, which rendered them undead. To lift the curse, the crew had to return all 882 coins to the chest and offer their blood. They also need the blood of their former shipmate, William "Bootstrap Bill" Turner, the lone holdout against the mutiny. Infuriated Bootstrap, believing the crew deserved to remain cursed for betraying Jack, he sent one coin to his son, Will. In response and retaliation, Barbossa tied Bootstrap to a cannon and threw him overboard the Pearl. For years, Barbossa searched for the last coin that was now in possession of Elizabeth Swann, daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann. Barbossa sets sail for Port Royal after detecting a "signal" when the coin touches the sea. Unknown to him, Jack Sparrow is also in Port Royal.
Barbossa's cursed-skeleton form.
Barbossa sees that his crew brought a captive woman after she invoked Parley, who claims to be 'Elizabeth Turner'. Believing Elizabeth is Bootstrap's daughter (and thus, the means to breaking their curse), Barbossa makes off with her and the medallion. He reveals their cursed state en route to Isla de Muerta and when Elizabeth is invited to diner with Barbossa, and Elizabeth tries to run from Barbossa but is locked in the dining room for the rest of the night. Upon arriving at Isla de Muerta, Barbossa performs a ritual offering Elizabeth's blood, but the ritual fails. Elizabeth gets knocked out after admitting she is not named Turner but Will and Sparrow rescue Elizabeth, and they escape with the medallion. An unconscious Jack Sparrow is left behind and taken prisoner aboard the Pearl. Barbossa pursues the Interceptor. Catching them, Barbossa learns Will's true identity and tricks Will into believing that he'll 'release' Jack, the crew, and Elizabeth. He 'frees' Jack and Elizabeth by marooning them on the same island Jack was on ten years ago and imprisons Will and the crew. Before the final battle Barbossa is about to kill Will by spilling all his blood until, Sparrow makes another unexpected return and tries to strike a bargain with Barbossa. Barbossa is astounded that Sparrow escaped the island and threatens Jack with death after Will, until Jack makes a bargain with Barbossa to have the pirates take the HMS. Dauntless
While the pirates battle the Royal Navy, Jack duels Barbossa after having secretly swiped a cursed coin while bargaining with him. Barbossa during the duel manages to stab Jack but Jack after faking death steps into the moonlight which reveals him under the curse much to Barbossa's surprise. The duel continues until it looks like Jack and Will are ready to turn the tables. Barbossa grins in triumph at Jack, and pulls a gun, threatening to shoot Elizabeth. Jack then shoots Barbossa with the pistol he received when he was marooned after throwing his coin with some of his blood on it to Will. Barbossa sneers at Jack for wasting his only shot but Will says Jack didn't waste it and returns the last coin to the chest with his blood on it breaking the curse. As blood gushes from Barbossa's now-mortal wound, he shakes his head sadly realizing he has been deceived, and says "I feel... cold...". It is the first physical sensation he has experienced since the curse was broken. He dies with an eerily content expression on his face, his eyes crossed, and a Green Apple falling from his hands.
After the main credits, Barbossa's pet monkey can be seen stealing a gold coin from the Chest, thus restarting the curse.
Dead Man's Chest
-Barbossa is resurrected during this movie, although he does not appear until the final scene. Having met his demise in the previous installment, Barbossa is resurrected by Tia Dalma, in order to save Jack Sparrow from Davy Jones' Locker after Sparrow meets his demise against the Kraken, ending Dead Man's Chest as a cliff-hanger.
During the scene at Tia Dalma's hut, someone's lower half can be partially seen lying on a bed in a back room which may be Barbossa. Jack the Monkey perches on a boot-clad leg, alluding to Barbossa being resurrected. Jack Sparrow holding Barbossa's feathered hat is a subtle clue that the captain will return. In the movie after Tia Dalma says they'll need a captain who knows the waters of world's end, Barbossa enters and says "So tell me. What's become of my ship?" and bites into a Green Apple and laughs. Although for this short role Rush was not credited.
At World's End
-Barbossa joins forces with Will, Elizabeth and the Black Pearl crew to rescue Jack from Davy Jones' Locker.
To reach World's End, the gateway to the Locker, Barbossa needs the navigational charts belonging to Sao Feng (Chow Yun-fat), the Pirate Lord of South China Sea. During a meeting with Feng, Barbossa and Elizabeth admit that they are planning to retrieve Jack Sparrow, Feng's enemy. Feng is furious over an earlier attempt by Will to steal the charts, but after the East India Trading Company attacks his bathhouse, he is persuaded to loan them the charts and a ship, although only after making a secret deal with Will.
Barbossa and the crew sail to World's End, eventually arriving in Davy Jones' Locker. There they find Sparrow and the Black Pearl. Sparrow initially believes they are hallucinations, and he is unhappy over being rescued by those who have either attempted or succeeded in killing him. Sparrow finally agrees to go with them, although he and Barbossa continually dispute who is captain. While searching for an escape route, Sparrow and Barbossa form a tenuous alliance when Jack is told that Cutler Beckett now possesses the heart of Davy Jones and is purging piracy. But when Jack learns that whoever stabs Davy Jones' heart will become immortal, he plots his own course.
Returning to the living world, the crew sight land and stop to restock supplies. Distrusting one another, both captains go ashore with a landing party, leaving Will temporarily in command, still unaware he has a deal with Sao Feng. While ashore, they find the dead Kraken, killed by Davy Jones under Lord Beckett's order. Barbossa tells Sparrow that as two of the nine pirate lords, they must attend the Brethren Court convening at Shipwreck Cove, although Jack refuses, intent on seeking immortality. A surprisingly eloquent Barbossa urges Sparrow to look beyond his own self interests and consider the greater good, telling him piracy is being exterminated and there is little nobility or purpose in being the only pirate left in the Caribbean; he will be doomed to the same fate as the Kraken—the last of its kind.
Sao Feng arrives in his warship, the Empress, claiming the Pearl and betraying Will. Hector Barbossa negotiates a new deal with Feng and implies that Calypso, goddess of the sea, is aboard the ship, trapped in human form. Believing Elizabeth is Calypso, Feng demands she be traded to him for the Pearl. Elizabeth, furious over Will's deception, agrees to go with Feng to protect the crew. Will is thrown into the brig by Sparrow as Barbossa and Sparrow head to Shipwreck Cove after escaping Lord Beckett, who arrived at the island.
At the Brethren Court, Barbossa proposes releasing Calypso from her human form to help them fight Beckett. He argues that the first court imprisoned the goddess only because it served their own needs, but in doing so, they provided an opportunity for forces like Beckett to threaten them. He further states that mastering the ocean did not come from bargaining with supernatural beings, but by man's strength alone. Although this argument was met with some serious acknowledgement, the other lords are opposed, fearing the sea goddess' power and retaliation. Elizabeth Swann, who has succeeded Sao Feng as the Empress' captain and the Pirate Lord of Singapore, arrives at the court. A fight breaks out as the lords argue over going to war and releasing Calypso. According to the Pirata Codex, only a Pirate King can declare war, and the lords move to elect one. It had been a sort of tradition in the Court that each Lord voted only for himself, resulting in no king haven been elected for centuries; however this time Sparrow breaks the stalemate by casting his vote for Elizabeth, who orders them to fight Beckett.
As the pirates prepare for battle, the horizon fills with Lord Beckett's massive armada. Barbossa, who tricked the other pirate lords into yielding their "Pieces of Eight" rank insignias, frees Calypso (Tia Dalma) in a ritual. He pleads for her intervention, but Calypso refuses to aid those who kept her imprisoned; her fury creates a giant maelstrom, which also neutralizes the Black Pearl's speed and the Flying Dutchman's, Davy Jones' ship, firepower, thus permitting a fair fight between the two sides.
Barbossa takes the Black Pearl into battle against the Flying Dutchman. Amidst the battle, he weds Elizabeth and Will. After Elizabeth leaves to reunite with Will for their "one day" and Beckett's defeat, Barbossa again commandeers the Pearl, stranding Jack and Gibbs in Tortuga. Barbossa gives Jack the Monkey a peanut, implying the curse is over for the monkey, and the crew protest leaving Jack Sparrow behind (again), saying they want Barbossa to share the bearings to the Fountain of Youth, mirroring the original mutiny that made Barbossa the Pearl's captain. Barbossa agrees and unrolls the chart, only to discover that Jack has cut out its middle. Agitated, Barbossa doesn't seem entirely surprised to find that Jack may have escaped Tortuga.
A Running gag in the movie is when Jack and Barbossa argue over who is captain of the Black Pearl when Jack is rescued. At one point Jack and Barbossa are giving orders at the same time as each other and they keep snarling at each other "What are you doing?" and the argument ends with Barbossa losing his temper and Jack eventually taking control of the Pearl. At another point in the movie, when the crew are out of the Locker Jack suggests Barbossa to lead the shore party while he (Jack) stays with his (Jack's) ship and Barbossa scoffs "I am not leaving my ship in your command" and they are forced to let Will act as the captain.
On Stranger Tides
-In Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Barbossa, now a privateer for the King's Navy, is after the Fountain of Youth, but does not know that Jack Sparrow and the most evil pirate of the Caribbean, Blackbeard, are after it also.
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