Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Timeline Explained (2023)

By Allison Gemmill

Here's a complete breakdown of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie timeline, from The Curse of the Black Pearl to Dead Men Tell No Tales.

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ThePirates of the Caribbeanmovie timeline isn't complicated, but it is quite extensive. Beginning withPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearlin 2003, Disney managed to not only successfully adapt one of its oldest and most beloved theme park rides into a movie, but they had created a franchise out of it that would enliven summers at the movies for years to come.

ThePirates of the Caribbean franchise not only revived Johnny Depp's career by giving him a new character - rakish pirate Jack Sparrow - to channel, but it helped truly launch the careers of actors Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley. Admittedly, Bloom had made his official big-screen debut in Peter Jackson'sLord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ringand stayed with thefranchisethrough 2003, but Pirates of the Caribbeanarguably helped turn Bloom into a bonafide box office star. Meanwhile, Knightley had minor movie roles in the past and would appear in a key role in the ensemble rom-comLove Actuallythe same year asThe Curse of the Black Pearl, but again, Pirates of the Caribbeanis the franchise that launched Knightley into the stratosphere.

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It's easy to see how films devoted to the various adventures of pirates and their foes would prove fertile narrative ground upon which to build a franchise. With every Pirates of the Caribbeanfilm, the fictional pirating world it established grew and grew, introducing new villains and heroes, andproviding connections to the original films. Now, with five Pirates of the Caribbeanmovies under its belt,the Pirates of the Caribbeanfranchise has not only delivered tons of story to chew on, but there's so much that it warrants compiling a complete timeline to see just how all of the events line up. It may feel like each Pirates of the Caribbeanfilm covers a lot of ground, but it may be a surprise to see just howclose together many of the events from different films are.

The Curse of the Black Pearl Timeline

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The Pirates of the Caribbeanfranchise begins with the raucous pirate romp that isPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Introducing audiences to the core cast who would appear in future films- Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Geoffrey Rush, and Jack Davenport- while bringing to life the Disney theme park ride upon which it's based, the story follows wily pirate Jack Sparrow as he teams with the good-hearted blacksmith Will Turner to save the apple of Will's eye, Elizabeth Swann, who has been kidnapped by an old foe of Jack's.

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  • 1720:Will Turner is picked up by Weatherby Swann after the ship Will was sailing on with his mother is destroyed byThe Black Pearl. Will managed to steal a piece ofThe Black Pearl's gold, which Elizabeth takes and keeps for herself.
  • On the same day in 1728:Jack Sparrow arrives in Port Royal. James Norrington is promoted to Commodore. Jack's arrival sets of alarm bells and he hides from Port Royal soldiers in Will Turner's blacksmith quarters. Jack is eventually arrested and thrown into jail. That night, Hector Barbossa and the undead crew ofThe Black Pearl attack Port Royal in search of the missing gold they frittered away. They kidnap Elizabeth Swann, who has the necessary piece of gold. Will demands Jack help him save Elizabeth since has knowledge of Barbossa andThe Black Pearl.
  • The next day:Will and Jack successfully commandeertheEarl King and pursueThe Black Pearl. They ambush Barbossa and theBlack Pearl crew at Isla de Muerta just before Barbossa can reverse the curse. Will successfully lifts the curse, allowing Jack to kill Barbossa and Norrington and his men (who were pursuing Will and Jack) to arrest theBlack Pearlcrew.

Dead Man's Chest Timeline

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chestis the second film in the Pirates of the Caribbeanfranchise and the film that begins to really tease out just how in-depth and widespread the pirating world is whileweaving real-life pirate lore, like the story of Davy Jones, into its plot. Depp, Boom, Knightley, Davenport, Rush, and manyof the Pirates of the Caribbeansupporting cast return for the high-seas adventure, which sees Will and Elizabeth's marriage interrupted by the machinations of East India Trading Company's Lord Cutler Beckett. Will and Elizabeth are split up, with Elizabeth joining forces with Jack and Will unwittingly getting caught up with Davy Jones.

  • 1729:Will and Elizabeth's marriage is prevented from going through after they are promptly arrested by Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company.
  • Will is recruited by Beckett to find Jack's compass so Beckett may use it to lead him to the heart of Davy Jones, which will give him enough control to eradicate pirates for good and allow the East India Trading Company to establish dominance across the world. Will is later pressganged intoThe Flying Dutchman's crew where he meets Davy Jones.
  • Elizabeth escapes prison and joins forces with Jack and the rest ofThe Black Pearl's crew, imploring Jack to help her find Will. The crew also visit Tia Dalma (later revealed to be Davy Jones' one true love, Calypso), who tells them about the curse of Davy Jones, who is bound to captainThe Flying Dutchman for all eternity.
  • Elizabeth and Jack use his compass to point them in the direction of the Dead Man's chest containing Davy Jones' heart. This reunites them with Will but forces them to fight Davy Jones.
  • Norrington, who was brought aboardThe Black Pearl in Tortuga when Elizabeth joined up with Jack, manages to steal Davy Jones' heart and return it to Beckett, putting Davy at Beckett's mercy.
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At World's End Timeline

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The original Pirates of the Caribbeantrilogy comes to an end withPirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. In the final film, Jack, Will, Elizabeth, Barbossa, and the rest of the pirating world must join forces and fight Beckett, who sees to end the maritime rule of pirates and make the East India Trading Company the true power of the seven seas. Fates are decided, lives are lost, and yet somehow, Jack manages to make it out alive and ready to take on another adventure (more on that below).

  • 2 Months AfterDead Man's Chest Events: The East India Company calls a state of emergency and begins executing anyone accused of piracy or associating with pirates.
  • At the same time, Elizabeth and Will are brought aboard the Black Pearl, now under Barbossa's command, and the crew makes its way to sail to World's End and straight through to Davy Jones' Locker. This is all in an effort to retrieve Jack.
  • After getting Jack, the crew sails for Fort Charles, where Barbossa has called for the Fourth Brethren Court to convene. Elizabeth is elected Pirate King, allowing her to lead all international pirate crews into battle against Lord Cutler Beckett and the East India Trading Company.
  • As the two opposing sides meet in the middle of the ocean, Calypso is released from her human form, causing a maelstrom. During the maritime battle between the East India Trading Company and the pirates, Will and Elizabeth are married by Barbossa, Will kills Davy Jones and replaces him as captain ofThe Flying Dutchman, and Beckett is killed aboard his ship,Endeavour.
  • After the battle, Barbossaresumescommand ofThe Black Pearl and Jack steals the navigational charts and sets a course forthe Fountain of Youth.
  • August 1739: Elizabeth and Henry wait for Will to return to shore for one day, believing his duty toThe Flying Dutchmanhas been served and he can stay with them permanently. Will tells them that won't happen and returns to his ship and his crew.

On Stranger Tides Timeline

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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides was the first film to break away from the original story set down by the trilogy, allowing for new faces to brought in while further expanding the fictional pirating world established in the previous films. Depp and Rush were the only returning cast members with Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane, Sam Claflin, and Agnes Berges-Frisbey joining the crew.On Stranger Tidesfollows Jack and Barbossa as they come together to find the Fountain of Youthin an attempt to trade their discovery forThe Black Pearl, which has been captured by the notorious pirate Blackbeard.

  • 1746:Blackbeard's ship,The Queen Anne's Revenge, attacksThe Black Pearl, miniaturizing it and putting it into a bottle.
  • 1750: Jack is forced to boardThe Queen Anne's Revenge with Angelica and lead Blackbeard to the Fountain of Youth. At the same time, Hector Barbossa is leading a crew under King George II to the Fountain of Youth as well.
  • Also 1750:The Fountain of Youth is destroyed by The Spaniard's crew, who were commissioned to find the Fountain of Youth by King Ferdinand of Spain.
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Dead Men Tell No Tales Timeline

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The last of the Pirates of the Caribbeanfilms (for now) was 2017'sPirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Depp reprised his role as Jack Sparrow and Rush returned as Barbossa for the fifth film, joining newcomers Javier Bardem, Kaya Scodelairo, and Brenton Thwaites. The film was all about Jack getting recruited by Barbossa's daughter, Carina, in the quest to locate Poseidon's Trident. Will and Elizabeth's son, Henry, joins their crew and the trio set off to find the one weapon they know will defeat Armando Salazar, the notorious pirate hunter Jack killed years ago and who seeks vengeance against his killer.

  • 1730: Henry Turner is born one year after the events ofAt World's End.
  • 1732: Carina Smyth, daughter of Hector Barbossa, is born.
  • 1741: Thieves attempt to steal the Diary of Galileo Galilei, which includes the map to finding Trident's Poseidon, from Carina.
  • 1742: A 12-year-old Henry attempts to drown himself in order to see his father, Will. Henry is brought aboardThe Flying Dutchman and tells Will about the power ofPoseidon's Trident and how it could break his curse. Will refuses and sends Henry home.
  • 1746: Carina leaves the orphanage Hector placed her in as a baby and finds work as a maid.
  • 1749: Carina sneaks into university disguised as a man so she can take courses on astronomy. She is discovered and ousted.
  • 1750: Carina leaves England and heads for St. Martin. She intends to use the Diary of Galileo Galilei to locate the Map No One Can Read and Poseidon's Trident.
  • 1751: Armando Salazar, the ghostly pirate hunter, and his crew escape the Devil's Triangle. Salazar goes after Jack, the man responsible for his death. Jack is forced to team with Carina and Henryto findPoseidon'sTrident, the key to defeating Salazar.

All in all, the five movies in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise span about 31 years, from the time Will Turner is discovered by Elizabeth Swann in The Curse of the Black Pearl to when they reunite, along with their son, in Dead Men Tell No Tales. But it's possible that the series may not be done yet, as Pirates of the Caribbean 6 was teased at the end of the last installment. Whether that sequel happens or not remains to be seen.

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What is the timeline in Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

A specific date for the placement of the first three films has not been given, though the film's scriptwriters, while making the first film, placed them in a "floating thirty-year environment" set in the 18th century, sometime around the 1720s to 1750s.

Are all Pirates of the Caribbean movies connected? ›

Watching The Pirates of the Caribbean in chronological order is easy if you stick to the main films, but there is a short film that technically acts as a prequel to the entire franchise.

How much time passes between dead man's chest and at world's end? ›

1733 through to 1734 - Dead Man's Chest and At World's End occur. There is a year and a few months between Curse and World's End.

What year does Pirates of the Caribbean 5 take place? ›

However, On Stranger Tides was said to be set in the year 1750 and the official comic book adaptation of Dead Men Tell No Tales shows the film's events are set in 1751.

Why is Captain Jack Sparrow immortal? ›

Right before the film's climactic battle with the pirates at Isla de Muerta, Sparrow swipes a cursed coin from the treasure chest, making himself immortal and capable of dueling Barbossa.

How old is Jack Sparrow in the last movie? ›

Dead Men Tell No Tales takes place only 1 year after On Stranger Tides, so Jack would be, likewise, 51 years old the most recent time we saw him. Who played the character of Captain Jack Sparrow?

Why did Will start growing barnacles? ›

It's possible that, like Davy Jones before him, Will has gone astray due to losing the love of his wife, Elizabeth Swann. Turning to “the dark side” would likely curse Will Turner as it did Davy Jones, causing the barnacles to grow all over his face.

Why is Will Turner cursed in Pirates 5? ›

Pintel revealed that Bootstrap was tied to a cannon and thrown overboard after it was learned he sent a gold medallion to Will so the crew would remain under an ancient Aztec curse as punishment for betraying Sparrow. To break the curse, the last medallion and Turner's blood must be returned to the Aztec chest.

Why was Will Turner floating in the ocean? ›

At the beginning of the movie when young Will Turner is found floating in the sea, it is quickly discovered that his ship had been destroyed and was burning up on the surface of the water.

Is Jack Sparrow's dad in at world's end? ›

The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is no stranger to rock 'n roll cameos — after all, Keith Richards played Jack Sparrow's father in At World's End and On Stranger Tides — but Dead Men Tell No Tales marks the first appearance by a Beatle.

Where was Jack Sparrow in at world's end? ›

Synopsis. Just when he's needed most, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), that witty and wily charmer of a pirate, is trapped on a sea of sand in Davy Jones' Locker.

Why are they fighting in Pirates of the Caribbean 3? ›

To increase his and the East India Trading Company's power in the Caribbean, Lord Cutler Beckett executes anyone, including women and children, suspected of or remotely associated with piracy. Beckett, who now possesses Davy Jones's heart, orders Jones to destroy all pirate ships.

Does Jack Sparrow have a child? ›

As reported by Patreon, insider Daniel Richtman revealed that Disney wants to bring in the picture, Jack Sparrow's long lost son. They are doing this to compensate Johnny Depp not being a part Pirates of The Caribbean. He said, “Disney will introduce Jack's lost Son to have another Sparrow in the franchise.”

Who is playing Jack Sparrow in the new Pirates of the Caribbean 6? ›

Johnny Depp Jack Sparrow return in Pirates of the Caribbean 6 hopes soar after latest news.

Who is Captain Jack Sparrow's dad? ›

Edward Teague was an infamous Pirate of the Caribbean and father of Jack Sparrow. A legendary pirate in his own right, Teague occasionally re-appeared in the life of his son Jack who followed in his buccaneering footsteps.

Why can't Barbossa eat apples? ›

Barbossa had a notable appreciation for green apples. When they fell under the Aztec Curse, Barbossa and his crew suffered a living death, feeling and tasting nothing: "... drink would not satisfy; food turned to ash in our mouths." The pirate captain himself was tormented by flavorless apples.

Why does Jack Sparrow's hand turn black? ›

The Black Spot took the appearance of a bubonic plague-like lesion growing on the palm of a victim's hand. It was presumed that any member of Davy Jones' crew could mark a target with the Black Spot, as Bootstrap Bill Turner was sent to mark Jack Sparrow.

Why was the Black Pearl cursed? ›

Captain Barbossa

Played by Geoffrey Rush. He is the captain of the Black Pearl, which Jack Sparrow commandeers after Barbossa's crew mutinies against him; he has been cursed for stealing Aztec gold and seeks more treasure to lift his curse.

Who did Jack Sparrow marry? ›

Jack proposed to Giselle by giving her a ring with red gemstone, and upon realizing that the man was serious about his proposal, she immediately dressed up for their wedding.

Why did Elizabeth leave Jack to the Kraken? ›

Elizabeth left Jack with the Pearl since it was already heavily damaged and the other crew members needed a chance to escape. The Kraken is after Jack - as long as Jack is with the crew of the Black Pearl, they're all in danger. She knew Jack wouldn't have the courage to sacrifice himself so she did it for him.

Why doesn't Captain Jack Sparrow age? ›

Depp's age isn't a barrier to a Jack Sparrow return. Even if Pirates 6 is set during Jack's youth, reverse-aging CGI is so advanced that Depp could seamlessly fill Sparrow's shoes at any point in the character's timeline until the actor himself retires.

What did Calypso do to Davy Jones? ›

The enraged goddess Calypso gathered the waters of the ocean around herself in a giant whirlpool - a massive maelstrom - and a battle raged at the center of it. And it was in that very battle that Davy Jones' heart was pierced and he died, finally free for all eternity.

How do barnacles have babies? ›

Most barnacles are hermaphrodites, meaning they have both male and female sex organs. But to create baby barnacles, they must be fertilized by a neighbor. A retractable tube containing sperm can reach outside the shell as far as several inches to fertilize a nearby barnacle.

Why did Davy Jones turn into a squid? ›

But the pain of Calypso's betrayal caused him was too much to live with, so Davy Jones carved out his own heart and locked it away in the Dead Man's Chest. Abandoning his duty, Davy Jones turned into a hideous humanoid sea monster, with an octopus face, a tentacles beard, a claw of crab as a hand and a giant crab leg.

Why does Bootstrap Bill forget? ›

Near the end of the War Against Piracy, Bootstrap Bill lapsed into total dementia. After the final titanic battle of the war, Will Turner became the new captain of the Flying Dutchman, where Bootstrap remained willfully, but only for a short time, as he eventually left the crew through undisclosed reasons.

Who is the new captain of the Flying Dutchman? ›

Because Will Turner became the new captain, he would now serve aboard the Flying Dutchman for all eternity, bound to ferry the souls of drowned seamen into the afterlife, as Jones had before him.

Why is Bootstrap Bill on the Flying Dutchman? ›

Bill confided in his son about the Dead Man's Chest and what it holds (Davy Jones' heart). He helped Will the best he could to retrieve the key. But, his eagerness to protect his son forced him into a game of Liar's Dice that cost Bill an eternity of service aboard the Dutchman.

What happens to Will Turner after he dies? ›

Jones mortally wounds Will. Jack, who now possesses Jones' heart guides Will's hand to stab the heart and kill Jones. Bootstrap carves out his son's heart and places it in the Dead Man's Chest.

Why can't Elizabeth go on the Flying Dutchman? ›

Why couldn't Elizabeth just join Will's crew on the Dutchman? Because she's not dead. Yet. But the sailors who joined Davy Jones' crew were not dead at the time of joining.

What debt did Jack Sparrow owe Davy Jones? ›

Jack Sparrows debt of 100 souls to Davy Jones is because he freed 100 slaves. Freeing the slaves cost him his ship in getting the ship back he must repay the cost of the hundred slaves with 100 souls. But how does all this cast Sparrow differently?

Who is Captain Jack Sparrow's child? ›

Angelica tells Jack that she needs those years of the victim for Blackbeard, revealing that she truly was his daughter, stating she lied by telling the truth, which impressed Sparrow.

Why does Calypso turn into crabs? ›

In the days of myth and legend, the beautiful Calypso ruled the seas, and all sailors both loved and feared her, even though she too had mortal blood. As a heathen goddess, Calypso was able to take many forms, but she chose the form of a crab, since the crab was attributed as her symbol.

What happens to Jack Sparrow's mom? ›

Not much of this woman's life is known, only that she gave birth to her son Jack on a ship during a typhoon. After her death, her head was cut off and shrunk. This grisly effigy was in the possession of her husband, Teague, who passed it on to his son, Jack Sparrow, shortly after the Fourth Brethren Court.

Why are Barbossa's eyes yellow? ›

Behind the scenes

When asked about some of the characters' health, screenwriter Terry Rossio said the likeliest cause of the yellow eyes is jaundice, a close cousin to scurvy; or, in the case of Hector Barbossa and Chevalle, both ladies men, hepetitis.

Why does Tia Dalma have black teeth? ›

The teeth were prosthetic teeth that you just clip in and out. Oh, and I also had to fill my mouth with vegetable dye before each take.

Why does Jack Sparrow have a red mark on his chin? ›

In the Pirates of the Caribbean series (2003), Jack Sparrow has a red spot on this jaw. This red spot is a joke between Depp and the makeup department. The red spot is actually supposed to be syphilis, and it gets progressively more noticeable in each film.

Who killed Governor Swann? ›

Died. 1729, killed by Ian Mercer after the Destruction of the pirate fleet.

Will Jack Sparrow be removed from Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

Johnny Depp will not be returning as Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, despite a recent report that the actor was being offered a $301 million deal to do just that. Depp's spokesperson, however, debunked the rumor, telling NBC News, “This is made up.”

How is Jack alive in Pirates of the Caribbean 3? ›

Jack Sparrow himself was resurrected after escaping Davy Jones' Locker.

Is Jack Sparrow's dad or brother? ›

Edward Teague was an infamous pirate captain in the Caribbean and father of Jack Sparrow. A legendary pirate in his own right, Teague occasionally reappeared in the life of his son Jack, who followed in his buccaneering footsteps.

Who was the first mate to Jack Sparrow? ›

Hector Barbossa was Jack Sparrow's first mate aboard the Black Pearl.

Is Angelica Jack Sparrow's daughter? ›

Angelica. Angelica, portrayed by Penélope Cruz in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, is the daughter of Blackbeard and a former love interest of Jack Sparrow.

Did Disney ever apologize to Johnny Depp? ›

In a wholly unexpected turn of events, Disney has publicly apologized to Johnny Depp for the company's role in the strained relationship between the talented actor and Walt Disney Pictures and has extended an offer to him to reprise his legendary role as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

Will Johnny Depp act again as Jack Sparrow? ›

Depp might reprise his role in the film's upcoming sequel. Jerry Bruckheimer, the producer of the successful swashbuckling film franchise, has suggested that Johnny Depp might return to his role as Captain Jack Sparrow in the sixth instalment of the Pirates series.

Will Disney bring Johnny Depp back? ›

Despite Depp's win over Heard, both Warner Bros. Discovery and The Walt Disney Company, the owners of the star's two biggest franchises, Fantastic Beasts and Pirates of the Caribbean, have not brought Depp back into the fold.

Who was Jack Sparrow's second mate? ›

Beckett, sir, First Mate Jack Sparrow and Second Mate Robert Greene to see you, sir. They are crew aboard Fair Wind, which has just docked." A second mate or second officer was a licensed member of the deck department of a merchant ship.

Was Jack Sparrow named after his son? ›

A fun little tidbit regarding Captain Jack is that the character was originally named after another actor who screenwriter Stuart Beattie wanted for the role: Hugh Jackman. “I initially wrote that character with Hugh Jackman in mind,” he once told Fox News. “Hence the name Captain JACK Sparrow.”

Who gave Black Pearl to Jack Sparrow? ›

Through unknown circumstances, the Wench became a merchant vessel for the East India Trading Company, where she was given to Jack Sparrow by Cutler Beckett.

How old is Elizabeth Swann in the first movie? ›

Following the film's prologue, Elizabeth Swann is about 19 years old in The Curse of the Black Pearl, 20 years old in Dead Man's Chest, around 22 years old in At World's End, and roughly 43 years old in Dead Men Tell No Tales.

How old is Henry Turner in Pirates of the Caribbean 5? ›

Thirteen years after the battle of Calypso's maelstrom, a twelve-year-old Henry Turner boards the Flying Dutchman and informs his father, Will, that the curse which binds Will to the Dutchman and only permits him to step on land once a decade can be broken by the Trident of Poseidon.

Is Jack Sparrow based on a real person? ›

John Ward was the inspiration for the character of Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. Ward's nickname was 'Sparrow' and he was known for his flamboyant style – much like the Hollywood icon.

How much time passed between at worlds end and On Stranger Tides? ›

On Stranger Tides takes place 15 years after At World's End.

Did Jack Sparrow have a child? ›

As reported by Patreon, insider Daniel Richtman revealed that Disney wants to bring in the picture, Jack Sparrow's long lost son. They are doing this to compensate Johnny Depp not being a part Pirates of The Caribbean. He said, “Disney will introduce Jack's lost Son to have another Sparrow in the franchise.”

Why was the Kraken after Jack? ›

Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow: The eccentric pirate captain of the Black Pearl. He is hunted by the Kraken because of his unpaid debt to Davy Jones. He is also searching for the Dead Man's Chest to free himself from Jones' servitude.

Who was the youngest pirate ever? ›

John King (c. 1706/09 – April 26, 1717) was an 18th-century pirate. He joined the crew of Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy while still a juvenile, and is the youngest known pirate on record.

Who was the oldest pirate? ›

The oldest active pirate during the Golden Age of piracy was Captain William Kidd (born c. 1645, d. 23 May 1701), who plied his trade until the age of 54; owing to the many occupational hazards, the majority of pirates only lived into their mid-30s.

What religion is Jack Sparrow in real story? ›

The pirate Jack Sparrow was a real person, born in a Christian household who later on converted to Islām and changed his name to Yūsuf Reis! Besides the name Jack, he was also called Jack Ward and known as "Jack Birdy".

Was the Black Pearl a real ship? ›

The Black Pearl (formerly known as the Wicked Wench) is a fictional ship in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. In the screenplay, the ship is easily recognized by her distinctive black hull and sails.

Who is Captain Barbossa based on? ›

Captain Barbossa

A fictional pirate featuring prominently in all four of the Pirates of the Caribbean films, Barbossa was reportedly inspired by Hayreddin Barbarossa, an Ottoman naval captain operating in the 1500s.

Who is the kid at the beginning of pirates 3? ›

Brendyn Bell was born on 12 May 1994 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA. He is an actor, known for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), Prelude (2007) and Family Guy (1999).


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