Poopdeck Pappy

The Tall Ships of Film

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I got this off Time Design I'm not sure how accurate but it's a starting point:

1916 Mutiny of the Bounty: BOUNTY

1922 Down to the Sea in Ships: CHARLES W MORGAN and WANDERER (Both Whalers)

1925 Captain Salvation: SANTA CLARA (Fully-rigged Ship)

1925 The Splendid Road: INDIANA (Fully-rigged Ship)

1926 Old Ironsides: USS CONSTITUTION Fully-rigged Tripolitian pirate vessel LLEWLLYN J. MORSE

S.N. CASTLE (Barkentine)

1927 The Blood Ship: BOHEMIA and INDIANA

1927 The Wreck of the Hesperus: BOHEMIA and INDIANA

1927 The Yankee Clipper: BOHEMIA and INDIANA

1930 The Sea Wolf: GHOST BEAR OF OAKLAND

1931 The Suicide Fleet: BOHEMIA was sunk

1931 The Viking: The wooden sealer, built Norway 1881, on which Fridtjof Nansen made his first trip in 1882

1933 In the Wake of the Bounty: BOUNTY

1934 Treasure Island: NANUK

1935 Mutiny on the Bounty: Bounty, PANDORA, LILY, NANUK, PACIFIC QUEEN, ex. STAR OF ALASKA (nowadays BALCLUTHA) Ships used in the 1935 MGM Mutiny on the Bounty

1937 Souls at Sea: Steel bark KAIULANI was used as both a white-hulled packet ship with yards on the mizzen, and a black-hulled bark

1937 Slave Ship: LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1937 Souls at Sea: VIGILANT, WILLIAM BROWN, STAR OF FINLAND, LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1937 Wallaby Jim of the Islands: LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1939 Rulers of the Sea: FALCON, SIRIUS, METHA NELSON, GOLDEN STATE

1937 South of Pago-Pago: LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1940 The Sea Hawk: Two full-scale ships constructed especially for this film

1942 Reep The Wild Wind: JUBILEE

1942 Saboteur: burned-out SS NORMANDIE

1942 The Black Swan: The BLACK SWAN, The REVENGE (film ships)

1949 Down to the Sea in Ships:Seemannslos

1950 Treasure Island: HISPANIOLA, Sultan, RYELANDS (three-masted schooner)

1951 Alba de América: SANTA MARIA IV

195? Christopher Columbus: (British production) SANTA MARIA IV

195? The last voyage of Sinbad: (US movie) SANTA MARIA IV

1951 Anne of the Indies

1951 Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.: HMS Lydia, MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine), Lydia (Film Ship)

1952 Blackbeard the Pirate

1952 The Crimson Pirate: Lydia (Film Ship)

1952 Fair Wind to Java: CARIBEE (Tops'l Schooner)

1952 The Crimson Pirate: MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine)

1952 The Master of Ballantrae: MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine)

1952 The World in His Arms

1953 The Master of Ballantrae

1953 Der Freibeuter: Lydia (Film Ship)

1954 Moby Dick: PEQUOD (ESSEX), RACHEL RYELANDS (three-masted schooner)

1956 Moby Dick: PEQUOD (Essex), SULTAN

1956 The Buccaneers (TV Series): SULTAN

1957 Yangtse Incident: AMETHYST (sister MAGPIE was used for some scenes)

1958 John Paul Jones: ANGOLINA H, MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine)

1958 Twilight of the Gods: ALBATROSS

1958 Windjammer (TV): CHRISTIAN RADICH

1962 Mutiny on the Bounty: Bounty BOUNTY BOUNTY II

1961 The Count of Monte Cristo: Lydia (Film Ship)

1963 La Fayette: Lydia (Film Ship)

1963 Donavan's Reef: SULTAN

1964 The Long Ships

1965 Hawaii: Whaling supply vessel Romance (Brigantine), CARTHAGINIAN II

1965 High Wind in Jamaica: CLORINDA, CRUZ DEL SUR, CARIBEE

1966 Hawaii: WANDIA ex. CARTHAGINIAN (Bark), GRETHE

1966 The Sand Pebbles : San Pablo, SS LANE VICTORY (engine was used)

1969 Quemada: ROMANCE (Brigantine)

1970 The Hawaiians: THETIS, CATHAGIAN (Whaler) Baltic Trader posed as both the Thetis and the whaler Cathagian

1974 The Godfather II: MOSHULU (Four-masted Bark), PIONEER (Schooner)

1975 Farewell My Lovely: SS CATALINA

1975-77 Poldark : MARQUES

1976 Swashbuckler: Golden Hind

1977 Roots: LORD LIGONIER

1977 The Fight Against Slavery: MARQUES

1977 The Voyage of Charles Darwin (BBC TV-Series): BEAGLE, MARQUES

1979 Dracula:MARQUES

1980 The Blue Lagoon: EYE OF THE WIND

1981 Time Bandits: TIME BANDIT

1982 The Scarlet Pimpernel: PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1983 Nate and Hayes

1983 Savage Islands: EYE OF THE WIND

1983 Yellowbeard: BOUNTY II

1984 Once upon a time in America: ACTIVE

1984 The Bounty: BOUNTY, BOUNTY III

1984 The Master of Ballantrae: MARQUES

1985 Revolution: KASKELOT

1985 The last Place on Earth (TV): TERRA NOVA, KASKELOT

1985 Treasure Island: HISPANIOLA, EARL OF PEMBROKE

1986 Pirates: (Roman Polanski) NEPTUNE, Spanish Galleon especially built for this movie

1986 Tai-Pan: EYE OF THE WIND

1989 Amazing Grace: ROMANCE (Brigantine)

1990 Shipwrecked: Gestrandet

1990 Treasure Island TV: HMS Bounty appears in this film as the Hispaniola.

1991 Hook (Steven Spielberg)

1991 Shogun: ERASMUS, GOLDEN HINDE

1992 Christopher Columbus: The Discovery

1993 The Three Musketeers: KASKELOT

1995 Cutthroat Island: MORNING ROSE, EARL OF PEMBROKE,KASKELOT

1996 Moll Flanders: EARL OF PEMBROKE, PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1996 Return to Treasure Island: KASKELOT

1996 White Squall: ALBATROSS,EYE OF THE WIND (re-rigged), EARL OF PEMBROKE

1997 A Respectable Trade (TV): EARL OF PEMBROKE, KASKELOT

1997 Amistad (Seven Spielberg):AMISTAD, CALIFORNIAN, PILGRIM

1997 Amy Foster - Swept from the Sea: KASKELOT

1998 Frenchman´s Creek: La MOUETTE, EARL OF PEMBROKE, PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1998 Lost at Sea: The Search for Longitude (TV): EYE OF THE WIND

1998 Moby Dick (TV Movie): PEQUOD, BOUNTY II

1999 David Copperfiled (TV), KASKELOT

1999 Shaka Zulu - The Citadel: PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1999 Wives & Daughters: EARL OF PEMBROKE

2000 The Quest for Captain Kidd Adventure Galley: LADY WASHINGTON

2000 Longitude (TV): EARL OF PEMBROKE, KASKELOT

2001 Lady of the Sea: ROMANCE (Brigantine)

2001 CDN/I Sea Wolf - The Pirate´s Curse: SEEWOLF

2002 Shackleton (TV): ENDURANCE, KASKELOT

2002 Random Passage: EARL OF PEMBROKE

2002 The Count of Monte Cristo: EARL OF PEMBROKE

2003 Master and Commander - The Far Side of the World: HMS SURPRISE (ex HMS Rose)

2003 Pirates of the Carribean: Black Pearl, Lady Washington

2004 Troy: Troja Greek Triremes

2004 Windstärke 8 (TV): BREMEN, FRIDTJOF NANSEN

2005 Blackbeard

2005 The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant

2005 The New World: HALF MOON

2005 To the Ends of the Earth (TV, BBC Drama) war ship - a 74-gun third rate ship of the line

2006 Pirates of the Carribean II: BLACK PEARL, FLYING DUTCHMAN, HMS BOUNTY

2006 Blackbeard: Terror at Sea: La CONCORDE, HMS BOUNTY?

2007 Pirates of the Carribean III - At World´s End: FLYING DUTCHMAN, ENDEAVOUR, EMPRESS Junk, Sloop PROVIDENCE, HMS BOUNTY, ST. PETER, UNICORN

2007 Elizabeth - The Golden Age: Great computer animated battle of England against the Spanish Armada 1588

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HMS Surprise (ex HMS Rose) Master and Commander (2003) was still named Rose at the time of the filming and at least shortly there after when I saw her in San Diego. They renamed her to take advantage of her movie affiliation.

Another one for your list is Treasure Island (1990) a made for TV movie which is perhaps, and IMHO, the best screen adaptation of Treasure Island ever made. HMS Bounty appears in this film as the Hispaniola.

Tried to find which ships took part in the 1937 Captains Courageous with Spenser Tracy, but haven't found a resource yet.

Great list though, very interesting. :lol:

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For the film *Swashbuckler* they used the ship *Golden Hind* (Re named the Blarney Cock for the film)

And the Ship in the 1956 TV Series The Buccaneers was indeed the ship from Treasure Island and Mobey Dick and was called the *Sultan*

Here's a bonus...

In *Donavan’s Reef*, the masted schooner that brought Amelia Dedem to the Islands was Director John Ford’s personal ship, the 106 foot beauty, the Araner.

I was lucky enough (when I was too young and stupid to appreciate it) to have a sail on her before she was sold in 1971.

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Too funny, Bess. You answered my question before I had a chance to ask it! :(

Chain Shot and I just watched Donovan's Reef last night, and I was wondering which ship that was. Chain Shot got it right then, because he guessed it was owned by Ford.

Don't feel too bad about not appreciating the ship. Chain Shot got a chance to go on John Wayne's boat when it was moored at Newport, CA. And yes, John Wayne would have been on board. He turned the offer down. Regrets that decision to this day.

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Too funny, Bess. You answered my question before I had a chance to ask it! B)

Chain Shot and I just watched Donovan's Reef last night, and I was wondering which ship that was. Chain Shot got it right then, because he guessed it was owned by Ford.

Don't feel too bad about not appreciating the ship. Chain Shot got a chance to go on John Wayne's boat when it was moored at Newport, CA. And yes, John Wayne would have been on board. He turned the offer down. Regrets that decision to this day.

Oh I don't feel too bad about it.. I was too busy being sea sick. :(

And The Wild Goose was an amazing ship. A converted Mine Sweeper.

Bad Chain Shot!! Bad!! Bad!! :D

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I got this off Time Design I'm not sure how accurate but it's a starting point:

1916 Mutiny of the Bounty: BOUNTY

1922 Down to the Sea in Ships: CHARLES W MORGAN and WANDERER (Both Whalers)

1925 Captain Salvation: SANTA CLARA (Fully-rigged Ship)

1925 The Splendid Road: INDIANA (Fully-rigged Ship)

1926 Old Ironsides: USS CONSTITUTION Fully-rigged Tripolitian pirate vessel LLEWLLYN J. MORSE

S.N. CASTLE (Barkentine)

1927 The Blood Ship: BOHEMIA and INDIANA

1927 The Wreck of the Hesperus: BOHEMIA and INDIANA

1927 The Yankee Clipper: BOHEMIA and INDIANA

1930 The Sea Wolf: GHOST BEAR OF OAKLAND

1931 The Suicide Fleet: BOHEMIA was sunk

1931 The Viking: The wooden sealer, built Norway 1881, on which Fridtjof Nansen made his first trip in 1882

1933 In the Wake of the Bounty: BOUNTY

1934 Treasure Island: NANUK

1935 Mutiny on the Bounty: Bounty, PANDORA, LILY, NANUK, PACIFIC QUEEN, ex. STAR OF ALASKA (nowadays BALCLUTHA) Ships used in the 1935 MGM Mutiny on the Bounty

1937 Souls at Sea: Steel bark KAIULANI was used as both a white-hulled packet ship with yards on the mizzen, and a black-hulled bark

1937 Slave Ship: LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1937 Souls at Sea: VIGILANT, WILLIAM BROWN, STAR OF FINLAND, LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1937 Wallaby Jim of the Islands: LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1939 Rulers of the Sea: FALCON, SIRIUS, METHA NELSON, GOLDEN STATE

1937 South of Pago-Pago: LOTTIE CARSON (Bark)

1940 The Sea Hawk: Two full-scale ships constructed especially for this film

1942 Reep The Wild Wind: JUBILEE

1942 Saboteur: burned-out SS NORMANDIE

1942 The Black Swan: The BLACK SWAN, The REVENGE (film ships)

1949 Down to the Sea in Ships:Seemannslos

1950 Treasure Island: HISPANIOLA RYELANDS (three-masted schooner)

1951 Alba de América: SANTA MARIA IV

195? Christopher Columbus: (British production) SANTA MARIA IV

195? The last voyage of Sinbad: (US movie) SANTA MARIA IV

1951 Anne of the Indies

1951 Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.: HMS Lydia, MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine), Lydia (Film Ship)

1952 Blackbeard the Pirate

1952 The Crimson Pirate: Lydia (Film Ship)

1952 Fair Wind to Java: CARIBEE (Tops'l Schooner)

1952 The Crimson Pirate: MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine)

1952 The Master of Ballantrae: MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine)

1952 The World in His Arms

1953 The Master of Ballantrae

1953 Der Freibeuter: Lydia (Film Ship)

1954 Moby Dick: PEQUOD (ESSEX), RACHEL RYELANDS (three-masted schooner)

1956 Moby Dick: PEQUOD (Essex), GOLDSEEKER was converted into the whaler PEQUOD

2006 The Buccaneers (TV Series)

1957 Yangtse Incident: AMETHYST (sister MAGPIE was used for some scenes)

1958 John Paul Jones: ANGOLINA H, MARCEL B. SURDO (Ital. Brigantine)

1958 Twilight of the Gods: ALBATROSS

1958 Windjammer (TV): CHRISTIAN RADICH

1962 Mutiny on the Bounty: Bounty BOUNTY BOUNTY II

1961 The Count of Monte Cristo: Lydia (Film Ship)

1963 La Fayette: Lydia (Film Ship)

1964 The Long Ships

1965 Hawaii: Whaling supply vessel Romance (Brigantine), CARTHAGINIAN II

1965 High Wind in Jamaica: CLORINDA, CRUZ DEL SUR, CARIBEE

1966 Hawaii: WANDIA ex. CARTHAGINIAN (Bark), GRETHE

1966 The Sand Pebbles : SS LANE VICTORY

1969 Quemada: ROMANCE (Brigantine)

1970 The Hawaiians: THETIS, CATHAGIAN (Whaler) Baltic Trader posed as both the Thetis and the whaler Cathagian

1974 The Godfather II: MOSHULU (Four-masted Bark), PIONEER (Schooner)

1975 Farewell My Lovely: SS CATALINA

1975-77 Poldark : MARQUES

1976 Swashbuckler

1977 Roots: LORD LIGONIER

1977 The Fight Against Slavery: MARQUES

1977 The Voyage of Charles Darwin (BBC TV-Series): BEAGLE, MARQUES

1979 Dracula:MARQUES

1980 The Blue Lagoon: EYE OF THE WIND

1981 Time Bandits: TIME BANDIT

1982 The Scarlet Pimpernel: PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1983 Nate and Hayes

1983 Savage Islands: EYE OF THE WIND

1983 Yellowbeard: BOUNTY II

1984 Once upon a time in America: ACTIVE

1984 The Bounty: BOUNTY, BOUNTY III

1984 The Master of Ballantrae: MARQUES

1985 Revolution: KASKELOT

1985 The last Place on Earth (TV): TERRA NOVA, KASKELOT

1985 Treasure Island: HISPANIOLA, EARL OF PEMBROKE

1986 Pirates: (Roman Polanski) NEPTUNE, Spanish Galleon especially built for this movie

1986 Tai-Pan: EYE OF THE WIND

1989 Amazing Grace: ROMANCE (Brigantine)

1990 Shipwrecked: Gestrandet

1991 Hook (Steven Spielberg)

1991 Shogun: ERASMUS, GOLDEN HINDE

1992 Christopher Columbus: The Discovery

1993 The Three Musketeers: KASKELOT

1995 Cutthroat Island: MORNING ROSE, EARL OF PEMBROKE,KASKELOT

1996 Moll Flanders: EARL OF PEMBROKE, PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1996 Return to Treasure Island: KASKELOT

1996 White Squall: ALBATROSS,EYE OF THE WIND (re-rigged), EARL OF PEMBROKE

1997 A Respectable Trade (TV): EARL OF PEMBROKE, KASKELOT

1997 Amistad (Seven Spielberg):AMISTAD, CALIFORNIAN, PILGRIM

1997 Amy Foster - Swept from the Sea: KASKELOT

1998 Frenchman´s Creek: La MOUETTE, EARL OF PEMBROKE, PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1998 Lost at Sea: The Search for Longitude (TV): EYE OF THE WIND

1998 Moby Dick (TV Movie): PEQUOD, BOUNTY II

1999 David Copperfiled (TV), KASKELOT

1999 Shaka Zulu - The Citadel: PHOENIX OF DELL QUAY

1999 Wives & Daughters: EARL OF PEMBROKE

2000 The Quest for Captain Kidd Adventure Galley: LADY WASHINGTON

2000 Longitude (TV): EARL OF PEMBROKE, KASKELOT

2001 Lady of the Sea: ROMANCE (Brigantine)

2001 CDN/I Sea Wolf - The Pirate´s Curse: SEEWOLF

2002 Shackleton (TV): ENDURANCE, KASKELOT

2002 Random Passage: EARL OF PEMBROKE

2002 The Count of Monte Cristo: EARL OF PEMBROKE

2003 Master and Commander - The Far Side of the World: HMS SURPRISE

2003 Pirates of the Carribean: Black Pearl, Lady Washington

2004 Troy: Troja Greek Triremes

2004 Windstärke 8 (TV): BREMEN, FRIDTJOF NANSEN

2005 Blackbeard

2005 The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant

2005 The New World: HALF MOON

2005 To the Ends of the Earth (TV, BBC Drama) war ship - a 74-gun third rate ship of the line

2006 Pirates of the Carribean II: BLACK PEARL, FLYING DUTCHMAN, HMS BOUNTY

2006 Blackbeard: Terror at Sea: La CONCORDE, HMS BOUNTY?

2007 Pirates of the Carribean III - At World´s End: FLYING DUTCHMAN, ENDEAVOUR, EMPRESS Junk, Sloop PROVIDENCE, HMS BOUNTY, ST. PETER, UNICORN

2007 Elizabeth - The Golden Age: Great computer animated battle of England against the Spanish Armada 1588

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the 1966 film "Sand Pebbles" was not filmed on the Lane Victory, but was a ship the San Pablo built just for the movie. At that time the largest functioning prop ever built according to the producers. The movie was filmed in Taiwan and the ship was sold to a civilian contracter repairing bridges during the Vietnam war. The ship was there at the fall of the South Vietnam govt. and it's whereabouts unknown today. The Lane victory has the steam engine used for the scenes in the movie on display, along with a wealth of other artifacts. the seam engine was never actually on board the San Pablo.

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Too funny, Bess. You answered my question before I had a chance to ask it! :wacko:

Chain Shot and I just watched Donovan's Reef last night, and I was wondering which ship that was. Chain Shot got it right then, because he guessed it was owned by Ford.

Don't feel too bad about not appreciating the ship. Chain Shot got a chance to go on John Wayne's boat when it was moored at Newport, CA. And yes, John Wayne would have been on board. He turned the offer down. Regrets that decision to this day.

Oh I don't feel too bad about it.. I was too busy being sea sick. :lol:

And The Wild Goose was an amazing ship. A converted Mine Sweeper.

Bad Chain Shot!! Bad!! Bad!! :lol:

Now, Bess, I'm not THAT bad. I was, and still am a very big John Wayne fan. But, I was driving cross-country at that time as a truck driver, and when I was in town, he was just recovering from his valve transplant. I didn't want to disturb him. Just trying to be a nice guy. So that is why I missed out. And yeah, I still regret it to this day! :lol:

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he was just recovering from his valve transplant. I didn't want to disturb him.

What a nice guy.... :wacko:

I probably would have done the same.... WOW... John Wayne......but hey... he needed some rest.... I'll meet him some other time..... :lol:

On one hand you did good/were considerate.... on the other... you missed that chance....

But ain't that the way a lot of things happen...

At least you have a good story.....

And just because it keeps running through my brain....

"Shawn Wang.... that's a terrible name for a cowboy..."

Shanghai Noon

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And the Ship in the 1956 TV Series The Buccaneers was indeed the ship from Treasure Island and Mobey Dick and was called the *Sultan*

Here's a bonus...

In *Donavan’s Reef*, the masted schooner that brought Amelia Dedem to the Islands was Director John Ford’s personal ship, the 106 foot beauty, the Araner.

Thanks for the corrections; Bess which Treasure Island and which Mobey Dick was the Sultan in, and what year was Donavan's Reef?

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And just because it keeps running through my brain....

"Shawn Wang.... that's a terrible name for a cowboy..."

Shanghai Noon

Oh, I don't know. It's better than Marion (John Wayne's real first name). :rolleyes:

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Thanks for the corrections; Bess which Treasure Island and which Mobey Dick was the Sultan in, and what year was Donavan's Reef?

The ship was used in the 1950 Disney version of Treasure Island, it then became the *Sultana* for the BBC TV Show the Buccaners and was then made over for the John Huston film of Mobey Dick in 1956.

Donavan's Reef was shot in 1963

You owe me Ice Cream. :rolleyes:

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Now, Bess, I'm not THAT bad. I was, and still am a very big John Wayne fan. But, I was driving cross-country at that time as a truck driver, and when I was in town, he was just recovering from his valve transplant. I didn't want to disturb him. Just trying to be a nice guy. So that is why I missed out. And yeah, I still regret it to this day! :rolleyes:

(chuckle) See? Pirates with a heart never prosper!

I know it's his reputation... but that man WAS the biggest man I ever saw. He had the hands of a B-Ball player! :rolleyes:

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You owe me Ice Cream. :huh:

I'm always up for Ice Cream or Bread Pudding :unsure:

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A bit baffled about the Roman Polanski's Pirates one... Neptune was the name of the vessel in the movie, aye?

The real vessel still exists and is moor (oh, good God, now I can't remember)... her name is Genova, though. Heck ye can do a Google and she pops up.

~Lady B

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Avast me 'arties

I seek the identity and a photograph of the Arab dhow used in three films about Sinbad in the 1950s and 70s:

The 7th voyage of Sinbad 1958

The Golden Voyage of Sinbad 1974

Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger 1977

Can anyone help?

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2003 Master and Commander - The Far Side of the World: HMS SURPRISE (ex HMS Rose) is showing 8:00 pm this Saturday May 1st 2010 somewhere, but I didn't catch which channel, it was advertised on AMC but I checked the schedule for AMC and it was not there, I checked History Channel, NGC, and a bunch of others I thought of, and can't find it listed online. Can anyone confirm when this is going to be shown and particularly on what channel?

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Ok, I will answer my own question. I finally found it, it is AMC, Saturday May 1, 2010 8:00 pm

""8:00 pmMaster and Commander: The Far Side of the World

A British captain (Russell Crowe) chases a French ship in 1805.""

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Thought I'd add that the Lady Washington also made an appearance in Star Trek: Generations, 1994.

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John Wayne's full name is Francis Marion Wayne, and he was named for the "Swamp-Fox" Francis Marion of Rev-War fame. The Patriot was loosely based on the Swamp-Fox's activities during the American revolution. I had a beer in his old bar in the Chandler AZ. area back in 1981.

What about Fair Wind in Jamaica? Anthony Quinn and (In Like Flint)james Coburn? Late but pyrates just the same.

Bo

Edited by Capt. Bo of the WTF co.

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