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Rafael Sabatini (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched Creator/ErrolFlynn to stardom.

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Rafael Sabatini (1875 - (29 April 1875 13 February 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched Creator/ErrolFlynn to stardom.


Rafael Sabatini (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched Creator/ErrolFlynn to stardom.

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Rafael Sabatini (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched Creator/ErrolFlynn to stardom.


Rafael Sabatini (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn to stardom.

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Rafael Sabatini (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn Creator/ErrolFlynn to stardom.



* ''Literature/TheSeaHawk'' (1915) -- Provided the title, but little else, for ErrolFlynn's 1940 ''Film/TheSeaHawk''

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* ''Literature/TheSeaHawk'' (1915) -- Provided the title, but little else, for ErrolFlynn's Creator/ErrolFlynn's 1940 ''Film/TheSeaHawk''


* NotInThisForYourRevolution: This is a recurring theme in Sabatini's novels: a non-idealistic character is pointedly not supporting a less competent idealistic character on his/her quest. Then the forces the idealist opposes hurts the non-idealist or those he cares for. This is a Bad Move.

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* NotInThisForYourRevolution: This is a recurring theme in Sabatini's novels: a novels. A non-idealistic character is pointedly not supporting ''not'' joining a less competent cause supported by other, idealistic character on his/her quest. characters. Then the forces enemy of the idealist opposes idealists hurts the non-idealist non-idealist, or those he cares for. This is a Bad Move.


* ''The Black Swan'' (1932) -- Adapted into a 1942 Tyrone Power film of the same name; [[NamesTheSame not to be confused with]] Darren Aronofsky's [[Film/BlackSwan similarly titled]] 2010 film.

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* ''The Black Swan'' (1932) -- Adapted into a 1942 Tyrone Power film of the same name; [[NamesTheSame not Not to be confused with]] with Darren Aronofsky's [[Film/BlackSwan similarly titled]] 2010 film.


'''Rafael Sabatini''' (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn to stardom.

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'''Rafael Sabatini''' Rafael Sabatini (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn to stardom.


'''Rafael Sabatini''' (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn to stardom.

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'''Rafael Sabatini''' (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn to stardom.



* ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'' (1922)

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* ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'' ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey'' (1922)



* ''Literature/CaptainBloodHisOdyssey''



* HangingJudge: Judge Jeffreys in ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey''.



* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: King James II in ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey''.



* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: In ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', the title character Peter Blood is known as Don Pedro Sangre and Le Sang when dealing with the Spanish and French respectively.
* WoodenShipsAndIronMen: ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey''


* ''The Sea Hawk'' (1915) -- Provided the title, but little else, for ErrolFlynn's 1940 ''Film/TheSeaHawk''

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* ''The Sea Hawk'' ''Literature/TheSeaHawk'' (1915) -- Provided the title, but little else, for ErrolFlynn's 1940 ''Film/TheSeaHawk''




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* ''Literature/TheSeaHawk''



* WoodenShipsAndIronMen: ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', ''The Sea Hawk''

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* WoodenShipsAndIronMen: ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', ''The Sea Hawk''Odyssey''

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'''Rafael Sabatini''' (1875 - 1950) was an Italian-born English writer of historical adventure stories. The two best-known are ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' and ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', both of which have been filmed multiple times. The 1935 film version of ''Film/CaptainBlood'' launched ErrolFlynn to stardom.
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[[folder:Rafael Sabatini's works include:]]
* ''The Lovers of Yvonne'' ([-AKA-] ''The Suitors of Yvonne'') (1902)
* ''The Tavern Knight'' (1904)
* ''Bardelys the Magnificent'' (1906)
* ''The Trampling of the Lilies'' (1906)
* ''Love-At-Arms'' (1907)
* ''The Shame of Motley'' (1908)
* ''St. Martin's Summer'' (1909)
* ''Mistress Wilding'' ([-AKA-] ''Anthony Wilding'') (1910)
* ''The Lion's Skin'' (1911)
* ''The Strolling Saint'' (1913; revised 1925)
* ''The Gates of Doom'' (1914)
* ''The Sea Hawk'' (1915) -- Provided the title, but little else, for ErrolFlynn's 1940 ''Film/TheSeaHawk''
* ''The Snare'' (1917)
* ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}'' (1921)
* ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'' (1922)
* ''Fortune's Fool'' (1923)
* ''The Carolinian'' (1924)
* ''Bellarion the Fortunate'' (1926)
* ''The Hounds of God'' (1928)
* ''The Romantic Prince'' (1929)
* ''The King's Minion'' ([-AKA-] ''The Minion'') (1930)
* ''Scaramouche the Kingmaker'' (1931)
* ''The Black Swan'' (1932) -- Adapted into a 1942 Tyrone Power film of the same name; [[NamesTheSame not to be confused with]] Darren Aronofsky's [[Film/BlackSwan similarly titled]] 2010 film.
* ''The Stalking Horse'' (1933)
* ''Venetian Masque'' (1934)
* ''Chivalry'' (1935)
* ''The Lost King'' (1937)
* ''The Sword of Islam'' (1939)
* ''The Marquis of Carabas'' ([-AKA-] ''Master-At-Arms'') (1940)
* ''Columbus'' (1941)
* ''King In Prussia'' ([-AKA-] ''The Birth of Mischief'' (1944)
* ''The Gamester'' (1949)
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!!Works by Sabatini with their own trope pages include:

* ''Literature/{{Scaramouche}}''

!!Sabatini's other works include the following tropes:

* HangingJudge: Judge Jeffreys in ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey''.
* TheHighwayman: Sabatini wrote many stories about highwaymen, including several concerning the fortunes of a charming rogue who called himself "Captain Evans".
* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Too numerous to list.
* HistoricalFiction: Most of what he wrote.
* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: King James II in ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey''.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: This is a recurring theme in Sabatini's novels: a non-idealistic character is pointedly not supporting a less competent idealistic character on his/her quest. Then the forces the idealist opposes hurts the non-idealist or those he cares for. This is a Bad Move.
* ScoobyDooHoax: "The Plague of Ghosts"
* {{Swashbuckler}}: Most of what he wrote.
* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: In ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', the title character Peter Blood is known as Don Pedro Sangre and Le Sang when dealing with the Spanish and French respectively.
* WoodenShipsAndIronMen: ''Captain Blood: His Odyssey'', ''The Sea Hawk''
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