In 18th-century England, the Royal Crown sends Royal Navy Captain Collier and his crew to investigate reports of illegal smuggling and bootlegging in a coastal town where locals believe in Marsh Phantoms.
Peter Graham Scott
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
According to Sir Christopher Lee, the pond fording at Black Park was a horrible experience. The water was polluted and the bottom consisted of three or four feet of mud, sludge, broken trees and branches, stench, and general filth that the stuntmen refused to do it. Michael Ripper nearly drowned, Oliver Reed contracted an eye and ear infection, and Lee claims he couldn't walk upstairs for nearly six months because of the after-effects. See more »
Piranha fish do not behave as depicted (instantly approaching and quickly devouring any large creatures which enter water near them). That is a myth. See more »
[to the elders]
I am not guilty. The cause of Maggie's death... was fear. Fear of her brutal husband. Yes, fear is your weapon, and it's a dangerous weapon because one day it will recoil on your heads.
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Opening credits 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 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 »
one of the most pathetic movies i have ever seen.even christopher lee cannot bring any excitement to this pitiful drivel.how this turgid nonsense can be described as an action adventure defies belief.a total waste of time.
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