Caribbean DVD
Caribbean 1952 on DVD

Caribbean DVD

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Part Number:MOV-031
  • NTSC:NTSC DVD: Plays in American Players
  • Region:Region 0 DVD

Caribbean

Francis Barclay is a former member of the British Admiralty, who was captured in the early 1700s. Sold into slavery by Andrew McAllister he is then forced into piracy. He enlists the aid of Dick Lindsay to help him invade MacAllister's fortified island. The latter falls in love with MacAllister's daughter, Christine. Complications arise as the man thought to be a nephew of one man may not be, and the daughter one man may be the other man's daughter. The original Pirates Of The Caribbean.

Stars John Payne, Arlene Dahl, and Cedric Hardwicke

Directed by Edward Ludwig

Written by Ellery Clark, Frank Moss & Edward Ludwig

NTSC DVD REGION 0

English Language Audio Only

Aspect Ratio: Full Screen

Color

Original Release: 1952

Runtime:   91 Minutes

5 Stars
Caribbean
I am so happy I was able to get this "Gem" to add to my Pirate Movie collection!!! I am also a fan of John Payne a highly underappreciated actor!!! While the bulk of the action takes place on a island make no mistake this is every bit a pirate movie...much like " Moon fleet" it shows a part of the Pirate business that's often overlooked & that's the fencing or laundering of stolen goods! If you have never seen this movie you are in for a treat with the additional acting talents of Sir Cedric Hardwick & Arlene Dahl as well as some other very talented actors you may recognize from Hollywood's stable of actors!!! Right out of the gate the action starts when a duck hunting settler witnesses the notorious pirate Captain Barclay burying treasure as well as one of his crew over top of the treasure! This was a old pirate trick so anyone that happens to notice the unsettled earth will find the body & figure its just a shallow grave. Our duck hunting settler is forced to give away his hidden position when a very real looking Water Moccasin gets a little to close for comfort! This is when the fun really starts as captain Barclay notices a resemblance to his enemies' nephew & devises a clever plot that will either make ( John Payne's) character Dick Lindsay either very rich or very dead depending solely on his ability to pull off one of the best scheme's I have ever seen in a Pirate movie!!!! I would love to tell you more but don't want to spoil it for anyone that's willing to take a chance to add this great movie to their pirate movie collection!!!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Tomah WI.. on 5/6/2016
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