PG | | Adventure, Family
One of the first films to be re-released to theaters after being shown on television.
Long John Silver:
Fire that musket and I cuts his throat
Throughout the film the frizzens were often open and the flashpans exposed on the supposed flintlock pistols and muskets, but the guns fired anyway. These were obviously stage guns, but as a factual point the frizzen must be closed on the pan and there must be a poof of smoke before a flintlock gun will fire.
There are two versions of the opening credits. In one, the letters of the title appear in "italic" font, and in the other they appear in "printed" font.