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PHOTOS: celebrity-pirate look-a-likes

PHOTOS: celebrity-pirate look-a-likes

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Duane “Dog” Chapman and his trusty skipper, wife Beth. Just a pirate looking for his bounty.

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He played Scarface, we think he’s earned his sea legs.

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Raise the Jolly Roger!

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He doesn’t just play a pirate on the big screen, he looks like one in real life.

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Fear “The Beard!”

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Country music pirate.

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Katy Perry’s ex keeping it 100 percent pirate.

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Twerk-queen pirate?

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