The Pirate Movie (1982)

PG   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Musical


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The crew of a large ship sail the high seas encountering other pirates from other ships. The boy from the ship ends up having to save his girlfriend who is kidnapped by a bunch of other pirates.


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  • Christopher Atkins in The Pirate Movie (1982)
  • Christopher Atkins and Kristy McNichol in The Pirate Movie (1982)
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29 February 2004 | mighty_pickman
5
| Arrgh, an Ok film
Arrgh me hearties, this is an OK movie about singing & dancing pirates.

The film keeps a fine pace when it involves the pirates, but struggles to keep an interest when there no salty old seadogs involved in the scene.

Ted Hamilton as the Pirate King, provides a performance that is reminiscent of Errol Flynn at his peak.

Most of the outdoor scenes were filmed at Werribee Mansion, a site that is one of the most commonly used in Australian TV & film.

Arrgh I give this little piccy 5/10, a good film for the youngens. Arrgh.

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