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from Moby Dick (1956)
- "Moby Dick"
- Part 2 (2011) TV episode, Played by Ethan Hawke
- Part 1 (2011) TV episode, Played by Ethan Hawke
- Age of the Dragons (2011) Played by David Morgan
... aka "The White Dragons" - Philippines (English title) (new title)
- 2010: Moby Dick (2010) (V) Played by Adam Grimes (as Lt. Commander Starbuck)
- Capitaine Achab (2007) Played by Jacques Bonnaffé
... aka "Captain Ahab" - International (English title) (festival title)
- Capitaine Achab (2004) Played by Aymeric Descrêpes
- Animated Epics: Moby Dick (2000) (TV) Played by William Hootkins (as Starbucks)
- "Moby Dick" Played by Ted Levine
- Episode #1.2 (????) TV episode, Played by Ted Levine
- Episode #1.1 (????) TV episode, Played by Ted Levine
- Moby Dick (1978) Played by Jack Aranson
- Moby Dick (1956) Played by Leo Genn
... aka "Herman Melville's Moby Dick" - USA (complete title)
- Moby Dick Rehearsed (1955) (TV) Played by Patrick McGoohan
- Moby Dick (1954) (TV) Played by Hugh O'Brian
... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: Moby Dick (#3.34)" - USA (anthology series)
- Moby Dick (1930) Played by Tom O'Brien
Captain Ahab: So you crossed his wake again?
Capt. Boomer: Aye. Twice.
Captain Ahab: But you could not fast him?
Capt. Boomer: Why would I want him? Isn't one limb enough? My wants a profitable home. No thank you, sir. No more white whales for me. He's best left alone.
Captain Ahab: Aye, but he'll be hunted nonetheless! What's best left alone, Captain, isn't always least to fight. When did you last see him?
Capt. Boomer: Upon my soul, sir, your blood's at boiling point!
Captain Ahab: Which way was he headed?
Capt. Boomer: Good God! East, I think!
Captain Ahab: East! Mr. Starbuck, prepare to set sail! We've wasted enough to time. Good day to you, Captain!
Capt. Boomer: What the devil is wrong with him? Has he lost his senses?
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