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Captain Celluloid vs. the Film Pirates (1966)

| Sci-Fi, Action, Comedy
Captain Celluloid battles the evil Master Duper and his criminal gang, the League of Film Pirates, who plan to hijack copies of classic films, copy them and sell them to desperate film collectors all over the world.

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Robert Miller ...
Larry Steele / Captain Celluloid (as Robert Clayton)
Doris Burnell ...
Dale Stirling
Alan G. Barbour ...
Duncan Gregory
Barney Noto ...
Paul Michael
John Cullen ...
Martin Brand
Jean Barbour ...
Satanya
Al Kilgore ...
Vance
Grant Willis ...
Tom the Truckman
William K. Everson ...
D.W. Hart
George Labes
John Kirk
Bill Barr
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Captain Celluloid battles the evil Master Duper and his criminal gang, the League of Film Pirates, who plan to hijack copies of classic films, copy them and sell them to desperate film collectors all over the world.

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Chapter 1: The Master Duper Strikes (22 minutes at silent speed) Chapter 2: Nitrate Fury (18 minutes at silent speed) Chapter 3: Satan's Coffin (13 minutes at silent speed) Chapter 4: Unmasked (13 minutes at silent speed) See more »

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References The Sorrows of Satan (1926) See more »

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A better serial tribute YOU could not make!
7 October 2003 | by (Culpeper, VA) – See all my reviews

This fun little low budget film was made by classic film buffs for classic serial buffs. Back when most classic film festivals were being held by a handful of friends in private home basements and garages. there was talk of an evil Master Duper. Film buffs did not have videotape and the TV late show did not play every film ever made, they had to go looking elsewhere. Thank goodness (a.k.a. Captain Celluloid) Blackhawk, Castle and Film Classics made 8mm and 16mm available for home use. Today, thanks to cable TV, video, DVD, IMDB and (God love them for keeping the search for forgotten films going) classic film festivals more and more titles are being saved from oblivion everyday! SUPPORT FILM PRESERVATION!!!!!!!


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