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So, how do you do a Hansel hunt? You stake out the lederhosen stores? Dust for gingerbread? Look for breadcrumbs?

Nick Branson to Henry Mills

"Breadcrumbs" is the sixteenth episode of Season Seven of ABC's Once Upon a Time. It was written by Jane Espenson & Jerome Schwartz, and directed by Ron Underwood. It is the one hundred and forty-ninth episode of the series overall, and premiered on April 6, 2018.

Synopsis

Henry grapples with an important decision when a job prospect in New York threatens to take him away from Jacinda and Lucy, but a revelation in the case of the Candy Killer could make it even harder to leave Hyperion Heights. Meanwhile, Margot confides in Tilly, and in a flashback, Hook helps Henry find a way to prove himself to Ella.[2]

Recap

Cast[2]

Starring

Guest Starring

Co-Starring

Uncredited


Trivia

Title

Production Notes

Event Chronology

Episode Connections

  • Henry and Cinderella first became a couple in "Pretty in Blue".
  • Henry says that his mother and grandfather both slayed a dragon with the sword he is carrying, referring to how Emma and Prince Charming both battled Maleficent in "A Land Without Magic". Additionally, Charming slayed his first dragon during "The Shepherd".
  • Henry says to Wish Hook that he came to the New Enchanted Forest to find my story, a journey which began in "Hyperion Heights".
  • Henry says that his grandparents had a magic ring that helped them find each other. The origin of Snow White and Prince Charming's engagement ring was first shown in "Snow Falls" and expanded upon in "The Shepherd". Charming used the ring in "A Land Without Magic" to find Snow.
  • Henry is gaining success with his podcast, which he started in "A Taste of the Heights".
  • Nick mentions how a "client" of his got away last night, a reference to when he, as the Candy Killer, attacked Ivy in "Sisterhood".
  • Weaver makes a reference to how Ivy "left town for good", which took place in "Sisterhood".
  • Rogers mentions that Tilly is "eating everything in his fridge", referring to how he offered her a place to stay in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Rogers mentions Tilly's love for marmalade, which was first established in "Beauty".
  • Kelly mentions that if Roni can't find the magical ingredients she (Roni) is looking for, Henry will stay poisoned and they will never break the curse. Henry's heart was poisoned in "The Eighth Witch". In the same episode, the Dark Curse was cast.
  • Lucy began lying in order to keep Jacinda and Henry apart starting from "A Taste of the Heights".
  • Margot returned to Hyperion Heights in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Kelly regained her memories of being Zelena in "The Eighth Witch".
  • Henry received the piece of glass slipper from Lucy in "The Garden of Forking Paths".
  • Henry and Weaver talk about how Weaver gave Henry a black eye the last time they met, an event which took place in "A Pirate's Life".
  • Weaver apologizes to Henry by stating he has made "significant changes" to this life since their last encounter, a reference to him regaining his memories in "Beauty".
  • When Henry and Hook are about to enter the tavern, Henry wonders if this is where he is supposed to find his adventure. Henry previously expressed his desire to have an adventure on his own in "Hyperion Heights".
  • The flute music playing at the Fish & Bird tavern that Henry and Hook visit is the same music that was playing in the tavern Anton visited in "Tiny", the tavern where Hook and his crew celebrated in "The Jolly Roger", the tavern where young Cora was working in "Bleeding Through", the tavern where Emma met past Hook in "Snow Drifts", Robin Hood's tavern in "Heart of Gold" and the Wish Realm tavern where Wish Hook met Captain Ahab in "Knightfall". It could also be heard in the tent camp that Snow White visited in "Heartless".
  • Hook mentions he previously gave the Jolly Roger to Smee, which happened in "Eloise Gardener".
  • Rogers shows Tilly the Rollin' Bayou and mentions how she already has "a taste for the stuff", referring to how Tilly bought beignets from the food truck in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Sabine hired Drew to work at Rollin' Bayou, which started in "A Taste of the Heights".
  • Margot recalls her mother leaving her messages about big changes in her life that she wanted to discuss with her. This happened in "Secret Garden".
  • Kelly left behind her life and fiancé in San Francisco during "The Eighth Witch".
  • Hook mentions how the other Hook never let Henry down. Some episodes that illustrated the ups and downs of this relationship were in "Operation Mongoose Part 1", "Dark Waters", and A Pirate's Life".
  • Henry discovers that the Candy Killer wrote "Remember Gretel" in his (Henry's) storybook novel. Gretel was killed in "Sisterhood".
  • Margot and Tilly talk about how Margot saved Tilly's life the other day, referring to how Margot saved Tilly from being run over by a car in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Tilly expressed fear of being unseen by others in "The Girl in the Tower".
  • Jacinda mentions how Lucy "practically threw him (Henry) out the door", which took place in "A Taste of the Heights".
  • Henry finds out that Nick is Candy Killer in this episode, but his secret identity was first made known in "Sisterhood".
  • The Candy Killer's penchant for gifting his victims heart-shaped chocolate boxes before he killing them was first known about in "Knightfall".

Disney

Lost

Fairytales and Folklore

Popular Culture

  • This episode features Black Beard, the infamous English pirate who is the figure most often associated with the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean, and has been featured heavily in works of fiction across a range of genres. It also featured the name Davy Jones, which refers to the phrase Davy Jones's Locker, a popular nautical reference.
  • Sabine says to Jacinda, "My spidey-sense says you are having some boy troubles?"; a reference to the extraordinary ability to sense imminent danger attributed to the Marvel comic-book superhero Spider-Man.

Props Notes


The young people amused themselves on the lawn,
and played at ball; they wandered among the flowers,
and each of the young girls broke off a flower, and fas-
tened it in a young gentleman’s buttonhole. But the
young Scotch lady looked round, for a long time, in
an undecided way. None of the flowers seemed to suit
her taste. Then her eye glanced across the paling—out-
side stood the great thistle bush, with the reddish-blue,
sturdy flowers; she saw them, she smiled, and asked the
son of the house to pluck one for her.1
She placed the thistle-flower in the buttonhole of
the young man, and he felt himself highly honored.
Each of the other young gentlemen would willingly have
given his own2 of the Scottish maiden. And if the
son of the house felt himself honored, what were the
feelings of the Thistle bush? It seemed to him as if dew
and sunshine were streaming through him.
“I am something more than I knew of,” said the
Thistle to itsself. [obscured]e is something going on here.3 I
suppose my right place is really inside the palings, and
not outside. One is often strangely placed in this world;
but now I have at least managed to get one the balls4


Notes:
1 The following section has been removed: "“It is the flower of Scotland,” she said. “It blooms in the scutcheon of my country. Give me yonder flower.” And he brought the fairest blossom, and pricked his fingers as completely as if it had grown on the sharpest rose bush."
2 The complete sentence reads "Each of the other young gentlemen would willingly have given his own beautiful flower to have worn this one, presented by the fair hand of the Scottish maiden." It was shortened for the show.
3 "[obscured]e is something going on here." is not in the original version.
4 This has been changed from "…now I have at least managed to get one of my people…" to "now I have at least managed to get one of the balls"


The right page contains an excerpt from "The Loveliest Rose in the World".

Excerpt one (from "Breadcrumbs")
There lived once a great queen, in whose garden
were found at all seasons the most splendid flowers, and
from every land in the world. She specially loved roses,
and therefore she possessed the most beautiful varieties
of this flower, from the wild hedge-rose, with its apple—
scented leaves, to the splendid Provence rose. They
grew near the shelter of the walls, wound themselves
round columns and window-frames, crept along passages
and over the ceilings of the halls. They were of every
fragrance and color.
But care and sorrow dwelt within these halls; the
queen lay upon a sick bed, and the doctors declared that
she must die. “There is still one thing that could save her,” said one of the wisest among them. “Bring her
the loveliest rose in the world; one which exhibits the
purest and brightest love, and if it is brought to her before
her eyes close, she will not die.”
Then from all parts came those who brought roses
that bloomed in every garden, but they were not the
right sort. The flower must be one from the garden of
love; but which of the roses there showed forth the
highest and purest love? The poets sang of this rose


that he seated himself on a stone, and wept. And while
he was thus sitting, the king of the ants whose life he
had once saved, came with five thousand ants, and before
 long the little creatures had got all the pearls together, and laid them in a heap.
The second task, however, was to fetch out of the
lake the key of the king's daughter's bed-chamber.
When simpleton came to the lake, the ducks which he
had saved, swam up to him, dived down, and brought
the key out of the water.
But the third task was the most difficult, from
amongst the three sleeping daughters of the king was the
youngest and dearest to be sought out. They, however,
resembled each other exactly, and were only to be distin-
guished by their having eaten different sweetmeats
before they fell asleep, the eldest a bit of sugar, the
second a little syrup, and the youngest a spoonful of
honey. Then the queen of the bees, whom simpleton had
protected from the fire, came and tasted the lips of all
three, and at last she remained sitting on the mouth
which had eaten honey, and thus the king's son recog-
nized the right princess. Then the enchantment was at
an end, everything was delivered from sleep, and those
who had been turned to stone received once more their
natural forms.
Simpleton married the youngest and sweetest prin-
cess, and after her father's death became king, and his


  • As Henry continues to flip through the book in a different scene, the first page he is looking at (seen upside-down) contains an excerpt from the Grimm fairytale "The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage".[18] Another page contains another excerpt from the fairytale, this time seen the right way up.[19] The English translation is taken from an online eBook by Project Gutenberg from 2008, itself based on translations by the nineteenth century author Edgar Taylor, and Marian Edwardes. Note that the last two lines are not from the fairytale, but "The Queen Bee"; these are highlighted in yellow, while text set in fuchsia is obscured or illegible:


He picked up the wood, and flew sadly home, and
told the mouse all he had seen and heard. They were
both very unhappy, but agreed to make the best of
things and to remain with one another.
So now the bird set the table, and the mouse looked
after the food and, wishing to prepare it in the same
way as the sausage, by rolling in and out among the
vegetables to salt and butter them, she jumped into the
pot; but she stopped short long before she reached the
bottom, having already parted not only with her skin
and hair, but also with life.
Presently the bird came in and wanted to serve up
the dinner, but he could nowhere see the cook. In his
alarm and flurry, he threw the wood here and there
about the floor, called and searched, but no cook was to
be found. Then some of the wood that had been care-

lessly thrown down, caught fire and began to blaze. The
bird hastened to fetch some water, but his pail fell into
the well, and he after it, and as he was unable to recov-
er himself, he was drowned.
And the dwarf married the youngest and the best
of the princesses, and was king after her father’s death


  • When Henry looks through the book with Rogers and Weaver, the first page contains an excerpt from the Grimm fairytale "Mother Holle",[20] A micro-excerpt from the story can be glimpsed on another page,[19] while a micro-excerpt from the ending can be glimpsed on the top half of a different page.[21] This translation is also taken from the Project Gutenberg eBook; off-screen text is set in fuchsia:


Excerpt one

She walked over the meadow, and presently she came
upon a baker’s oven full of bread, and the loaves cried
out to her, ‘Take us out, take us out, or alas! we shall
be burnt to a cinder; we were baked through long ago.’
So she took the bread-shovel and drew them all out.
She went on a little farther, till she came to a tree
full of apples. ‘Shake me, shake me, I pray,’ cried the
tree; ‘my apples, one and all, are ripe.’ So she shook
the tree, and the apples came falling down upon her like
rain; but she continued shaking until there was not a
single apple left upon it. Then she carefully gathered the
apples together in a heap and walked on again.

Excerpt two

"Presently she came to the apple-tree. ’Shake me, shake me,
I pray; my apples, one and all, are ripe,’ it
cried. But she only answered, ’A nice thing to ask me
to do, one of the apples might fall on my head,’ and
passed on. At last she came to Mother Holle’s house, and
as she had heard all about the large teeth from her sister,

she was not afraid of them, and engaged herself with-
out delay to the old woman. The first day she was very
obedient and industrious, and exerted herself to please
Mother Holle, for she thought of the gold she should get
in return. The next day, however, she began to dawdle
over her work, and the third day she was more idle

Excerpt three:

"Mother Holle led her, as she had led her sister, to the broad
gateway; but as she was passing through, instead of the
shower of gold, a great bucketful of pitch came pouring
over her. ’That is in return for your services,’ said the
old woman, and she shut the gate. So the lazy girl had
to go home covered with pitch, and the cock on the


  • Note that on the last line of excerpt one, the words"in the morning the" can be glimpsed; they are not part of the fairytale.
    • The third page Henry looks at as he continues to flip through the book at the station, contains an excerpt from the Grimm fairytale "The Old Woman in the Wood".[21] This story is also copied from The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales by Pantheon Books,[22] but it cannot be read in Google Books' digitized edition.


girl. Then said the little dove, "I will guide you to a
small house; enter it, and inside it, an old woman will
be sitting by the fire and will say, 'good-day.' But on
your life give her no answer, let her do what she will,
but pass by her on the right side. Further on, there is a
door, which open, and you will enter into a room where
a quantity of rings of all kinds are lying, amongst which
are some magnificent ones with shining stones. Leave
them, however, where they are, and seek out a plain
one, which must likewise be amongst them, and bring
it here to me as quickly as you can."

The girl went to the little house, and came to
the door. There sat an old woman
who stared when she saw her, and said, "Good-day
my child." The girl gave her no answer, and opened the
door. "Whither away?" cried the old woman, (…)


  • The bottom half of a page contains a micro-excerpt from the opening of the Brothers Grimm's version of "Little Red Riding Hood".[21] Also from the Project Gutenberg eBook (or a similar translation); off-screen text is set in fuchsia:


"Once upon a time there was a dear little
girl who was loved by everyone who looked at her, but
most of all by her grandmother, and there was nothing
that she would not have given to the child. ‘ Once she
gave her a little cap of red velvet, which suited her so
well that she would never wear anything else; so she
was always called ’Little Red-Cap.’"


  • The Candy Killer's notes in Henry's novel include (the notes are listed screenshot by screenshot):
716TheCrimeScene.png (the left page) and 716BookPages.png:
Starting in the upper left hand corner and going clock-wise:
  • "Were you able to notice the change in his thinking here"
  • "Remember her"
  • "[illegible word]: Powers"
  • "This was a blur"
  • "You wouldn't tell him about this"
  • "How long after you left 10 mins"
  • "Running or walking"
  • "Delusional"
  • "All sort of ideas"
  • "How for."
  • "Unclear" (referring to "broke off a flower" from "The Thistle's Experiences")
  • "No right or wrong"
  • "Counting *stars 1 – 279"
  • "[obscured] is the best place"
  • "Persistence"
  • "He who [obscured] is u[obscured] but [obscured]"
  • "Still crazy" (commenting on "she saw them; she smiled" from "The Thistle's Experiences")
  • "Shift from [illegible word] mode [illegible word] the [illegible word]"
  • "Didn't happen"
  • "The silent killer"; "Random people"
  • "This can't be reborn
  • "He was the KING OF THE WORLD"
  • "Centaur-y[obscured] are awoken try and be normal"
  • "up=down→run↑"
  • "Escape the pain – can't outrun it"
  • "No one is perfect"
  • "Schitzophrenic [sic] anger"
  • "Believe in others but not me"
  • "Realize"
  • "This was not healthy or vicious"
  • "This was all they had known"
  • "[obscured]ands are crazy!!!"
  • "Odd whit[obscured] mag[obscured] This is [obscured] a to[obscured] sta[obscured]"
  • "We are all the same"
  • "Paranoia and ideas of grandiosity"
  • "Does this run in his family?"
  • "Vivid memories – He attempted to drink cooking oil out of a bottle"


Note that the right page of 716TheCrimeScene.png is difficult to read. The notes that can be read include:
  • "They were not seen anymore after this point
  • "He was tired of the [illegible word] "
  • "She was concerned about his safety. He's acting bizarre"
  • "What was said here?"
  • "Recent change was worrisome
  • "They were worried need help"
  • "What could this mean"
  • "Need to get to the bottom of it"
  • "The queen hated roses"


716BookPages2.png (the page glimpsed in the middle the other two) and 716BookPages3.png
Starting in the upper left hand corner and going clock-wise:
  • " [Obscured word] all"
  • "Conditions – where could this happen"
  • "Garly Park Century Grand Expeditions"
  • "Taken"
  • "An [sic] 4, too men boats?" (a comment on "with five thousand ants; and it was not long" from "The Loveliest Rose in the World")
  • "Base of operations"
  • "[obscured] beginning of the operation highju[obscured] and many conspirat[obscured] that go with it and jalions (???) part"
  • "28 expeditions"
  • "There is a limit to what one can take"
  • "Center of gravity"
  • "Stop"
  • "Last seen at noon Tues 08/84"
  • "Caught" (commenting on the part where a dwaf chooses the best and the youngest of the three daughters in the story)
  • "Why doesn't he make some friends"
  • "Crazy mind"
  • "Speculations vs interation [sic] vs task force 68"
  • "Contentious but very dubious"
  • "It's difficult but not impossible"
  • "If you wait the iaf [obscured]n saift [obscured] be [obscured]one"
  • "What ships [obscured]ldred [obscured]"
  • "Hide"
  • "What were the actual missions?" (commenting on the part where all those who had turned onto stone awoke)
  • "Temperature [obscured]"
  • "[obscured] an effort to try [obscured] suanon (???) & this [obscured]stery – for one of [obscured]y different [obscured]psons'"
  • "Bismur (???) [obscured] regard of [obscured]"
  • "Who dishonored this INSATABLE PLACE?" (commenting on how the queen of the bees had been "saved by the little dwarf from the fire")
  • "Earth spins"
  • "This was already brought to our attention in ch. 7. [obscured]ne vs. space [obscured] circumvent"
  • "Intervals"
  • "Check the map go the distance"
  • "Floating hub"
  • "Travelers are not the most trustworthy citizens due to their lack of fixed address" (referring to the second tablet in the story)
  • "This is a real event that took place more than 30 years ago in the west" (referring to a section of the story)
  • "air-base to where condo[image ends] comparable to amplifying stores of knowledge"


716BookPages4.png
Starting in the upper left hand corner and going clock-wise:
  • "Follow me"
  • " [image begins]an't [image begins]bee?"
  • "He didn't feel like it had anything to do with [illegible word] pain"
  • "Cross the teas"
  • "She's gone"
  • "Love pain"
  • " [image begins] nothing – she left with nothing but is all alone and doesn't have reason or a place to go"
  • "So home"
  • "Money"
  • "No"
  • "[image begins] what"
  • "Suspicious"
  • "Roses = [image ends]"
  • "She wasn't a drinker and read a book"
  • "Didn't she cheat her brother? Not a friend! "
  • "see?"
  • "[image begins] encouraged his father to join him as it was a package overly confidant deal"
  • "Six sets of windows framed the house – the type of home people with money strive for"
  • "vong"
  • "Don't think about this much"
  • "You can't "
  • "Roses = poison"
  • "The flowers in the garden"
  • "False!"
  • "Nothing"
  • "Get rid of her"
  • "Betrayal"
  • "She assured them he was the REAL DEAL"
  • "Where do the money go?"
  • "Didn't this They [sic] found him arrogant? Cocky and only made decisions"
  • "[image begins]uping the sai [image begins]d not trusting [image begins]y of them"
  • "You have until end if the year to decide stan or [image ends]"
  • "She wasn't a drinker and read a book between the [image ends]"
  • "There are people who have money and think of nothing [image ends] amongst [image ends]"
  • "[image ends]ho spent every [image ends]aking money [image ends] ine his [image ends] and [image ends]"
  • "[image begins] hates her"
  • "She usually leaves everything at the [illegible/image ends]"
  • "This doesn't feel right. Something is off We need [illegible/image ends]"
  • "Love [image ends]"
  • "Normally not what [image ends]dras with [image ends]"
  • "His real name "
  • "Who listens to me!"
  • "[image ends] do free"
  • "Beware of pretty flowers they could poison"
  • Hidden do they see"
  • "He called his family for help but yet has time to hide the evidence"
  • "Do you [image ends]"
  • "Never found"
  • "For a husband who's wife was missing he no [image ends]ay calm"


716ThisOneChapter.png and 716TheyreStudyingTheBook.png
First page
  • "Didn't [image begins]ppen"
  • "People at the house ease. They can be truste[image ends]"
  • "Time has since passed many has gone in the era"
  • "This can't be true because she's in chapter 12!"
  • "1940s – 1950s witches were summoning the dead 19 times"
  • "How many dead"
Second page
  • "duke"
  • "physi[image ends]"
  • "The mood changes"
  • "[image begins]dfe – who declares death?"
  • "They were all very skeptical of the experience"
  • "She leaves school? Gets a job in the small town. "
  • "The mother had the same scars"
  • "T[image ends]all"
  • "Beware of pretty flowers as they could be poison"
  • "There was a small man-conformist congregation"
  • "Please help – don't you hear?"
  • "We can't trust any of these people. They are up to something"
  • "[illegible/ image ends] Boy[illegible]"


716TheyCorrectedIt.png
  • "[image begins] walk [image begins]ame back"
  • "[image begins]ime"
  • "[image begins] I told [image begins]as I'm possible [image begins] they listen [image begins]"
  • " [image begins] They can all me [image begins]ime but ignore me"
  • " [image begins]hole story"
  • "Beware of pretty things"
  • "The president made a speech about this story. Does no one but me remember it?"
  • "She had her hair done"
  • "Time time time"
  • "Never before seen"
  • " [image ends] time"
  • "No knowled ge [sic] "
  • "They [image ends] thought [image ends] back on"
  • "What happened?"
  • "No one listens"
  • "They after day they have been reunited – missing"
  • "They found a body in the field and it has decomposed"
  • "Didn't happen" (referring to some scratched out words from "The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage")


716HanselAndGretelStory.png
  • "[image begins] had to do [image begins]t all for [image begins]her"
  • "[image begins] t ever [image begins] this way"
  • "Family"
  • "Incubus"
  • "A poison rose"
  • "2009"
  • "Justice is coming – they know about it all"
  • "No one saw this coming"
  • "[image begins] he gafects (?) [image begins] tre deadly"
  • "Do you know thos [image ends] poisons and the [image ends]s original will [image ends]ns was wrong!"
  • "[image begins] one "
  • "[image begins] ridk[image ends]"
  • "Sorry for any more confusion"
  • "There were 81 writings of him around town in this case…."
  • "Who is the vagrant"
  • "Was he gone?"
  • "What color was her hair?"
  • "People will do [image ends]ing for love [image ends]wil"
  • "What does this mean?"
  • "300 k or more"


716NoHappilyEverAfter.png:
  • "No happily ever after!" (also mentioned by Henry)


716RememberGretel.png:
  • "Remember Gretel" (also mentioned by Henry)


716TheDeepestBurns.png :
  • "Ovens make the deepest burns"


716PainScarsBurns.png:
  • "Pain scars burns"
  • According to concept art for the episode,[23] and a prop photograph from an online auction,[24] Wish Hook's treasure map to Davy Jones' Locker (only briefly seen in the actual episode) lists the following Wish Realm locations: Peddler's Pass, Whiskey Jack Coast, Dark Sea, Desolate Reach, Scorched Mountains, Amarinth Bay, Pirate's Cove, Shipwreck Straight, Flatt Island, Fieldmont Island, Eburnean Forest ("eburnean" means "made of, or relating to ivory"), The Forks, Siren's Point, Freed-Man's Peak, Deserted Inlet, Deadman's Point, The Four Sisters, Neptune's Reach, The Ragged Coast, Terra Ingonita (seemingly a misprint of terra incognita, a term used in cartography for regions that have not been mapped or documented) and of course, Davy Jones's treasure chest.
  • According to Jacinda's phone, Henry's apartment is located on 23 King Street.[14] King Street also appears on a photograph of Anastasia in "Sisterhood",[25] while 23 King Street also appears on Rogers' list of locations acquired by Belfrey Developments, in "One Little Tear".[26]
  • Nick has a peppermint candy keychain.[27]

Set Dressing

Costume Notes

Filming Locations

International Titles


Videos

References

  1. Porter, Rick (April 9, 2018). ‘Agents of SHIELD’ adjusts up: Friday final ratings. TV by the Numbers. “Once Upon a Time (ABC) (...) 2.15”
  2. 2.0 2.1 LISTINGS: ONCE UPON A TIME. The Futon Critic. “Air Date: Friday, April 06, 2018. Time Slot: 8:00 PM-9:01 PM EST on ABC. Episode Title: (#716) "Breadcrumbs".”
  3. FacebookIcon.png Patrick H.T. Doyle (Patrick H.T. Doyle). May 24, 2018.  "That time I got to play a drunken one-eyed pirate joining Blackbeard's crew (Once Upon a Time: Season 7, Episode 16)."
    Note his exact scene is viewable in the comment section
  4. File:716Title.png
  5. TwitterLogo.svg @AdamHorowitzLA (Adam Horowitz) on Twitter (January 10, 2018). "Here's another #OnceUponATime #titlespoiler -- hope to see ya March 2nd!" (screenshot)
  6. File:716JollyRoger.png
  7. File:222JollyRoger.png
  8. File:301JollyRoger.png
  9. File:716JollyRoger3.png
  10. File:515ShesTheFlagship.png
  11. File:716LightningStrike.png
  12. File:301Ocean.png
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  14. 14.0 14.1 File:716HenryPhone.png
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    File:716BookPages8.png (original screenshot)
  19. 19.0 19.1 File:716TheyCorrectedIt.png
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  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 File:716HanselAndGretelStory.png
  22. The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales. Books' Cool. Archived from the original on December 13, 2020. “Copyright 1944 by Pantheon Books Inc. (...) The text of this edition is based on the translation by Margaret Hunt. It has been thoroughly revised, corrected and completed by James Stern.”

    The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales. Books' Cool. Archived from the original on December 13, 2020. “The Old Woman in the Wood (...) girl. Then said the little dove: “I will guide you to a small house; enter it, and inside it, an old woman will be sitting by the fire and will say: ‘Good-day.’ But on your life give her no answer, let her do what she will, but pass by her on the right side; further on, there is a door, which open, and you will enter into a room where a quantity of rings of all kinds are lying, amongst which are some magnificent ones with shining stones; leave them, however, where they are, and seek out a plain one, which must likewise be amongst them, and bring it here to me as quickly as you can.” The girl went to the little house, and came to the door. There sat an old woman who stared when she saw her, and said: “Good day, my child.” The girl gave her no answer, and opened the door. “Whither away,” cried the old woman, (...)”
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  24. “Captain Hook” copy of Davey Jones' treasure map from Once Upon a Time Season 7, Episode 16.. iCollector. Retrieved on January 3, 2019. (Photograph)
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  30. File:102CalledYouHere.png
  31. File:102Desk.png
  32. File:706HoldingBox.png
  33. ONCE UPON A TIME Treasure Coins. Propabilia (March 2020). “These plastic coins were reused in all seven seasons of the show. Some examples of their use include S02E06 'Tallahassee', and S06E05 'Street Rats'.”
    ONCE UPON A TIME ABC TV Series Treasure Coins Props. eBay (March 2020). Archived from the original on March 27, 2020.
    Once Upon a Time - Gemstone Treasure Prop (4741). iCollector (March 2020). Archived from the original on March 27, 2020.
    Once Upon a Time - Gemstone Treasure Prop (4733). iCollector (March 2020). Archived from the original on March 22, 2020.
    ONCE UPON A TIME TV Gemstone Prop (4756) BEAUTIFUL LARGE W/ COA ALADDIN CAVE OF. eBay (March 2020). Archived from the original on March 27, 2020.
  34. Coins:
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    Blue gemstone:
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    File:605DiamondTest.png
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    Red gemstone:
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    File:605BTS12.jpg
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    Purple gemstone:
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  36. File:117InThisHouse.png
  37. File:716YouStayedInTown.png
  38. NWT ZARA Oversized Check Coat 8284/749 Size XS. Poshmark. Retrieved on April 21, 2018.
  39. InstagramIcon.png mattisse (Mattisse Wyyler Hubert). January 27, 2018.  "No school like goldschool." (archive copy)
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 TwitterLogo.svg @deanmachine16 (GreenMachine 👽) on Twitter (January 17, 2018). "Once Upon a Time was shooting today and will be again tomorrow, Wednesday the 17th on Columbia & also on Carnarvon." (screenshot) (filming notice)
  41. Gittins, Susan (January 17, 2018). FINAL SEASON: Do ONCE UPON A TIME’s Alice (Rose Reynolds) & Robin (Tiera Skovbye) Both Have Cursed Identities?. Hollywood North Buzz.

    TwitterLogo.svg @kfcworker (Tara Costanzo) on Twitter (January 16, 2018). "On set of Once Upon A Time filming in New Westminster BC Mekia Cox (Tiana) and Dania Ramirez (Cinderella)" (screenshot)
  42. TwitterLogo.svg @WhatsFilming (What's Filming) on Twitter (January 15, 20128). "#OnceUponATime will be returning to New Westminster to film on Tuesday and Wednesday this week." (screenshot)
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