History YMMV / CaptainBlood

22nd Sep '16 2:21:52 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* InferredHolocaust: The film ends with Captain Blood appointed the new governor of the English colony on Jamaica, based out Port Royal, by the new king, William III. The revolution that brought William to the throne took place in 1688. Port Royal was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Royal#Earthquake_of_1692_and_its_aftermath completely destroyed by an earthquake]] in 1692.
22nd Sep '16 2:13:32 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* AwesomeMusic: The score by Creator/ErichWolfgangKorngold.
25th Jul '16 10:23:04 PM SMARTALIENQT
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---> "It is time fully to disclose the fact that the survival of the story of Captain Blood's exploits is due entirely to the industry of Jeremy Pitt, the Somersetshire shipmaster. In addition to his ability as a navigator, this amiable young man appears to have wielded an indefatigable pen, and to have been inspired to indulge its fluency by the affection he very obviously bore to Peter Blood."

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---> --> "It is time fully to disclose the fact that the survival of the story of Captain Blood's exploits is due entirely to the industry of Jeremy Pitt, the Somersetshire shipmaster. In addition to his ability as a navigator, this amiable young man appears to have wielded an indefatigable pen, and to have been inspired to indulge its fluency by the affection he very obviously bore to Peter Blood."
25th Jul '16 10:22:45 PM SMARTALIENQT
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* HoYay: The sheer amount of homoeroticism from the whipping scene alone could launch a thousand Peter/Jeremy shippers.

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* HoYay: The sheer amount of homoeroticism from the whipping scene movie alone could launch is homoerotic. The book, on the other hand...
---> "It is time fully to disclose the fact that the survival of the story of Captain Blood's exploits is due entirely to the industry of Jeremy Pitt, the Somersetshire shipmaster. In addition to his ability as
a thousand Peter/Jeremy shippers.navigator, this amiable young man appears to have wielded an indefatigable pen, and to have been inspired to indulge its fluency by the affection he very obviously bore to Peter Blood."
25th Jul '16 9:25:45 PM SMARTALIENQT
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* HoYay: The sheer amount of homoeroticism from the whipping scene alone could launch a thousand Peter/Jeremy shippers.
9th Aug '15 6:44:04 PM safed_sher
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* FoeYay: Levasseur, are you proposing marriage or a criminal partnership there? Every scene they share is basically dripping with homoeroticism. The swordfight makes you wonder whether they couldn't have solved their differences in a more... sensual manner.
20th Feb '12 9:28:32 AM Catbert
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* AcceptableNationalityTargets: The [[UsefulNotes/{{Spain}} Spanish]], particularly in Sabatini's original novel. This may well be because Sabatini was a naturalized British subject, and the British have long kept alive the "black legend" of Spain as an imperialistic Roman Catholic juggernaut sweeping over Europe and threatening England, as in the episode of the Spanish Armada.
** Which is hilarious as Sabatini is less than charitable towards English Protestants in his other works (most notably ''The Tavern Knight'').
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