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Fortunes of Captain Blood (1950)





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Though usually associated with westerns, Columbia producer Harry Joe Brown proved to be up to the challenge of producing a satisfactory swashbuckler with Fortunes of Captain Blood. Based loosely on the same Rafael Sabatini novel which served as the inspiration for the 1935 Errol Flynn vehicle Captain Blood, the film stars Louis Hayward as Irish doctor Peter Blood, who is exiled from England after treating the wounds of an enemy to the crown. Blood and several other outcasts turn to piracy, terrorizing merchant vessels of all nationalities. Dogging Captain Blood's trail is the heavy of the piece, the Marquis de Riconete (George Macready). Also appearing are Patricia Medina (Columbia's stock costume-drama heroine) as the marquis' niece, and Alfonso Bedoya (immortalized as the Mexican bandit Gold Hat in Treasure of the Sierra Madre) as a sadistic prison overseer. The battle scenes in Fortunes of Captain Blood would be cannibalized time and again over the next few years by quickie-flick producer Sam Katzman.


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