|"We are an unimaginative lot when it comes to naming things."|
The title of this article is conjectural.
Not much is known about this woman's life, except that at some point in the 1710s in London, England she and an unknown man had a son named Scrum. At some point, her son learned to play the mandola, and his playing of said instrument apparently brought a tear to his mother's eye. At some point, this woman would also become a prostitute, but apparently did not like to talk about it.
Behind the scenes
- In one of the earlier versions of Jeff Nathanson's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales script Carina Smyth's conversation about horology was set after the mutiny on the Dying Gull. When Jack Sparrow mistakes Carina for a prostitute, he mentions that he knew a "horologist" named Venus who was "vertically reclined".
- The Brightest Star in the North: The Adventures of Carina Smyth (First mentioned)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Mentioned only)
Notes and references
- Estimation based on Stephen Graham's age during the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and the fact that OST takes place in 1750.
- "My character was originally from the Greenwich area of London, a true sailor who's been out to sea since he was a kid." - Stephen Graham
- Disney Second Screen: Pirates Of The Caribbean On Stranger Tides
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
- Dead Men Tell No Tales script by Jeff Nathanson, second draft, 5/6/2013