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Bully Hayes (Character)
from Nate and Hayes (1983)

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Nate and Hayes -- A swashbuckling adventure which takes place in the mid-1800's on the South Pacific islands where bloody raids and battles were once the rule of the day.

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Alternate Names:
Capt. Bully Hayes / Captain Bully Hayes


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  1. "Worzel Gummidge Down Under"
        - Dreams of Avarish (1989) TV episode, Played by Ian Watkin
  2. Nate and Hayes (1983) Played by Tommy Lee Jones (as Captain Bully Hayes)
    ... aka "Savage Islands" - UK, USA (working title)

  3. "The Onedin Line"
        - Catch as Can (1971) TV episode, Played by Michael Brennan

  4. His Majesty O'Keefe (1954) Played by Charles Horvath (as Capt. Bully Hayes)

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From Nate and Hayes (1983)
Captain Bully Hayes: [to an interviewer, while waiting to be hanged] Are you putting down in that book that I'm a pirate? Good! Because I am! Oh, I never flew the skull and crossbones. That's for your fictioneers. But I have sought pleasure and profit all my life at sea without regard for any man's law. That's not to say I didn't have my morals and standards! Sure, I had morals and standards. I never killed anyone who didn't have it coming. I never cheated an honest man. I never pillaged and I never raped.
Writer: Well, in a manner of speaking, I suppose one could say that, yes.
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