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Fortunes of Captain Blood (19-May-1950)

Director: Gordon Douglas

Writers: Michael Hogan; Robert Libott; Frank Burt

From novel: Captain Blood by Rafael Sabatini

Musical Score by: Paul Sawtell

Producer: Harry Joe Brown

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alfonso Bedoya
Actor
16-Apr-1904 15-Dec-1957 Doesn't need no stinking badges
Curt Bois
Actor
5-Apr-1901 25-Dec-1991 Pickpocket in Casablanca
Dona Drake
Actor
15-Nov-1914 20-Jun-1989 Road to Morocco
Lowell Gilmore
Actor
20-Dec-1906 31-Jan-1960 King Solomon's Mines
Wilton Graff
Actor
13-Aug-1903 13-Jan-1969 Bloodlust!
Louis Hayward
Actor
19-Mar-1909 21-Feb-1985 The Man in the Iron Mask
George Macready
Actor
29-Aug-1908 2-Jul-1973 Paths of Glory
Patricia Medina
Actor
19-Jul-1920 28-Apr-2012 Botany Bay

CAST

Louis Hayward   ...   Capt. Peter Blood
with
Patricia Medina   ...   Isabelita Sotomayor
George Macready   ...   Marquis de Riconete
Alfonso Bedoya   ...   Prison Overseer
Dona Drake   ...   Pepita Rosados
Lowell Gilmore   ...   George Fairfax
Wilton Graff   ...   Capt. Alvarado
Curt Bois   ...   King Charles II
Lumsden Hare   ...   Tom Mannering
William Bevan   ...   Billy Bragg
Harry Cording   ...   Will Ward
Duke York   ...   Andrew Hardy
Sven Hugo Borg   ...   Swede
Martin Garralaga   ...   Antonio Viamonte
James Fairfax   ...   Nat Russell
Charles Irwin   ...   Smitty
Terry Kilburn   ...   Kenny Jensen
Alberto Morin   ...   Miguel Gonzales
Nick Volpe   ...   Papa Rosados

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