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Caribbean (1952)

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Francis Barclay, a former member of the British Admiralty, who was captured in the early 1700s, and sold into slavery, by Andrew McAllister, and forced into piracy, enlists the aid of Dick ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Dick Lindsay / Robert MacAllister
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Christine Barclay McAllister
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Captain Francis Barclay (as Sir Cedrick Hardwicke)
Francis L. Sullivan ...
Andrew MacAllister
Willard Parker ...
Shively, MacAllister's Overseer
Dennis Hoey ...
Burford, Barclay's Lieutenant
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Quashy
William Pullen ...
Robert MacAllister, Andrew MacAllister's nephew
Walter Reed ...
Evans, MacAllister's Foreman
Ramsay Hill ...
Townsend
John Hart ...
Stuart
Zora Donahoo ...
Elizabeth, Head Maid
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Esau, MacAllister Guard
Ezeret Anderson ...
Cudjo
Kermit Pruitt ...
Quarino
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Francis Barclay, a former member of the British Admiralty, who was captured in the early 1700s, and sold into slavery, by Andrew McAllister, and forced into piracy, enlists the aid of Dick Lindsay, to help him invade MacAllister's fortified island. The latter falls in love with MacAllister's daughter,Christine. Complications arise as the man thought to be a nephew of one man may not be, and the daughter one one man may be the other man's daughter. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Not exactly a pirate movie
10 September 2002 | by (Chantilly, VA) – See all my reviews

This movie also leaves a lot of loose ends. It's hard to believe that Arlene Dahl would fall so quickly for John Payne. Also, Payne's former life is quickly forgotten. This movie must have been made for kids because it was preposterous to this adult. Payne is a serviceable actor but he doesn't have the charisma for this kind of role. He is rather solemn-faced and this role demands a little more levity. Forget this and look for an Errol Flynn movie instead.


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