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Arabella Bishop (Character)
from Captain Blood (1935)

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Captain Blood -- An enslaved English doctor and his comrades in chains escape and become pirates of the Robin Hood variety.

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Arabella Blood


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  1. Odisseya Kapitana Blada (1991) Played by Valérie Jeannet

  2. "Guiding Light"
    ... aka "The Guiding Light" - USA (original title)
        - Episode dated 1 February 1982 (1982) TV episode, Played by Lisa Brown

  3. The Son of Captain Blood (1962) Played by Ann Todd (as Arabella Blood)
    ... aka "El hijo del capitán Blood" - Spain (original title)

  4. Captain Blood (1935) Played by Olivia de Havilland

  5. Captain Blood (1924) Played by Jean Paige
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  1. Captain Blood: A Swashbuckler Is Born (2005) (V) Played by Olivia de Havilland

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From Captain Blood (1935)
Dr. Peter Blood: It seems that you're continually doing me favors. Faith, I don't know why.
Arabella Bishop: Neither do I. Yes I do. It's because you're so very grateful and always thank me so prettily.
Dr. Peter Blood: Sure now, you don't blame me for resenting you and your favors.
Arabella Bishop: This is interesting. I've had men tell me they had reasons for admiring me... and some few have even laid claims to reasons for loving me. But for a man to store up reasons for resenting me... how refreshing! You must tell me a few of them.
Dr. Peter Blood: First, is reason enough: you bought me. I've had no lack of experiences in my time; but to be bought and sold was a new one. I was in no mood to thank my purchaser.
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