Captain Blood

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Captain Blood (DVD, 1935) Pre-owned

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Errol Flynn shot to stardom as Peter Blood, a 17th century physician turned pirate after escaping unjust political imprisonment. It was a role the handsome, sea-loving Tasmanian was born to play, and he shaped it into Hollywood’s archetypal image of the adventurous hero. That he also become a romantic idol and a vision of gallantry in love is due in large part to his ideally cast co-star – radiant Olivia de Havilland in the first of their eight films together. Directed with panache by Michael Curtiz, scored with flair by Erich Wolfgang Korngold and featuring Basil Rathbone and Lionel Atwill as villains to remember, Captain Blood will skipper you on the high seas of unparalleled enjoyment. Special Features – Leonard Maltin Hosts Warner Night at the Movies 1935 with – Newsreel, Comedy Short All American Drawback, Cartoon Billboard Frolics, New Feature Captain Blood – A Swashbuckler is Born.

DVD

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4

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1

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PG

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Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Lionel Atwill, Ross Alexander, Robert Barrat, Donald Meek, Hobart Cavanaugh, Henry Stephenson, Guy Kibbee, Forrester Harvey, Jessie Ralph, Holmes Herbert, Frank McGylnn Sr., David Torrence, J. Carrol Naish, David Cavendish, E. E. Clive, Pedro de Cordoba, Vernon Steele, George Hassell, Harry Cording, Georges Renavent, Frank Puglia, Chris-Pin Martin, Mary Forbes, Halliwell Hobbes, Murray Kinnell, Leonard Mudie, Colin Kenny, Ivan F. Simpson, Yola d’Avril, Reginald Barlow, Alphonse Martell, Artie Ortego, Tom Steele, Kansas Moehring, Jim Thorpe, Stymie Beard, Paul Panzer, Tom Wilson, Humphrey Bogart, Matthew Beard, Buddy Roosevelt, Tina Menard, Louis Mercier.

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Michael Cortiz

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114 minutes

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English, Italian

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19/04/2005

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