VIDEO: Captain Jack Sparrow's surprise visit to a children's hospital

 
VIDEO: Captain Jack Sparrow's surprise visit to a children's hospital
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When Johnny Depp, dressed up as Captain Jack Sparrow, the lead character from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies makes a surprise visit to a children's hospital, it simply has to become a great success for the children, and for Depp too, who seems to enjoy it tremendously.

Depp stays in character throughout the visit, and he has also brought a crew member from his pirate ship, the Black Pearl.

One girl has been told that she is in for a surprise that day, but she has no idea that she is about to meet the pirate of pirates in the flesh.

Her reactions are priceless :)

Then when Sparrow gives a young boy a gold coin, obviously dug up from a treasure chest on some deserted island in the Caribbean, his smile stops at the ears.

But, with the words of Captain Jack Sparrow:

“Not all treasure is silver and gold mate”

Watch the most feel-good video you'll see today.

And remember, “If you choose to lock your heart away, you’ll lose it for certain”.



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