Captain Horatio Hornblower1951
Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951)
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as Capt. Horatio Hornblower, R.N
as Lady Barbara Wellesley
as Lt. William Bush
as Seaman Quist
as Adm. Leighton
as Lt. Gerard
as Midshipman Longley
as Lt. Crystal
as Mr. Harrison
as Capt. Etenza
as Lord Hood
as Adm. Macartney
as Mrs. McPhee
as El Supremo
Critic Reviews for Captain Horatio Hornblower
It is unlikely that even the most intense of Hornblower admirers will find anything to complain of in Peck's portrait of the lion-hearted captain, or of Miss Mayo's impersonation of the fiery, lovely Lady Barbara.
Captain Horatio Hornblower showed the 64 year-old director Raoul Walsh still able to conjure up a rousing good action picture, even in color and with a largish budget.
Audience Reviews for Captain Horatio Hornblower
Decent filming of one of the C. S. Forster novels with a bit more romance than would normally be found in the books in the person of Virginia Mayo. High production values and solid acting make this very entertaining although the BBC series starring Ioan Gruffudd as Hornblower is still the very best version of the books.
The movie takes sea-faring as serious as in a Disney theme park. While you drown in Technicolour (which is not always a bad thing) you struggle hard to find a story except for the pregenerated loveinterest between Peck and Mayo. Gregory Peck is, as usual, flawless and brilliant in his portrayal of a rather wooden man with a good heart, but the rest of the movie dims before his shine and becomes blurry and uninteresting. Not one of the good sea movies, out of the hundreds that Hollywood produced.
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