4 edition of Francisco Gerardo, or, The pirate"s lieutenant found in the catalog.
Francisco Gerardo, or, The pirate"s lieutenant
|Other titles||Francisco Gerardo.|
|Statement||by Miss Helen P. Mills.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
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In them all was still, each man had a cutlass by his side, and a loaded musket in his hand.Captain Jack Sparrow is the protagonist of the series, portrayed by Johnny Depp. First introduced in the film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (), he later appears in the sequels Dead Man's Chest (), At World's End (), On Stranger Tides (), and Dead Men Tell No Tales ().
Depp based his characterization on The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and. The new pirates went to Grand Cayman Island, where they met a pirate force under the command of George Lowther on board the ship Happy r was in need of men and offered to let Low and his men join.
They did happily, and Low was made lieutenant. Within a couple of weeks, the Happy Delivery had taken a big prize: the ton ship Greyhound, which they burned.