In a village of Huguenot refugees, Jonathon Standing is exiled by his father to a nearby penal colony for his improper relationship with a married woman. This penal colony is then invaded by pirates who force Jonathan to lead them back to his village, convinced that it contains a great treasure. Written by
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
Ransacking a lost tropic island... for a fabulous idol of gold!
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When one of the pirates stomps with his foot at the bottom of the pit they're digging the sound it makes is clearly that of hollow wood.Yet he says that they have reached the bottom and there is nothing but rock(1:03:17). See more
If I kill, it is to achieve a purpose, not for the sake of killing.
[prologue] At the end of the seventeenth century, men, women and children voyaged far from their mother country, seeking some haven from persecution. They were known as the Huguenots. They found their haven and called it the Isle of Devon, and gave thanks to God for their deliverance.
But in the years to come, the just laws of the colony began to yield to greed and tyranny. Happiness became an echo of the past. Freedom - just a memory. See more