Blackbeard

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Overview

In the three-hour period television miniseries Blackbeard, Angus MacFadyen Braveheart, Jason and the Argonauts assumes the title role of the dreaded marauder who spent 1716-1718 terrorizing the Caribbean Sea. Born Sir William Teach, the mariner rechristens himself Blackbeard, and subsequently builds a legend around himself as the most merciless and loathsome pirate in world history by plundering as many ships and murdering as many seafarers as he can lay his dirty mitts on. Directed by Kevin Connor Motel Hell, ...
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Overview

In the three-hour period television miniseries Blackbeard, Angus MacFadyen Braveheart, Jason and the Argonauts assumes the title role of the dreaded marauder who spent 1716-1718 terrorizing the Caribbean Sea. Born Sir William Teach, the mariner rechristens himself Blackbeard, and subsequently builds a legend around himself as the most merciless and loathsome pirate in world history by plundering as many ships and murdering as many seafarers as he can lay his dirty mitts on. Directed by Kevin Connor Motel Hell, The Land That Time Forgot, Blackbeard co-stars big screen vets Rachel Ward, Stacy Keach, and Richard Chamberlain.
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Special Features

Widescreen ; Bonus features with the cast and crew
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • UPC: 096009441692
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Platinum Disc
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:49:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,253

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Angus MacFadyen Blackbeard
Jessica Chastain
Stacy Keach
Richard Chamberlain
Mark Umbers
Rachel Ward
Technical Credits
Kevin Connor Director
Alan Caso Cinematographer
Larry Levinson Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Blackbeard
1. Royal Navy Headquarters [5:10]
2. Pirate Spirit [6:52]
3. New Providence [5:28]
4. Governor's House [3:52]
5. Thwarting Abduction [4:48]
6. Reason to Celebrate [5:59]
7. New to Piracy [6:03]
8. Sea Lawyer [6:34]
9. Charlotte's Grief [5:58]
10. Not So Deserted Island [4:33]
11. Edward Teach [6:28]
12. Holy Fortune [6:04]
13. Cheap Entertainment [3:03]
14. Count of Four [6:09]
15. Missing Boat [7:57]
1. Assembling a Craft [4:33]
2. Treasure Map [6:49]
3. Bad Spirits [5:23]
4. Devastating News [6:10]
5. True Criminals [4:59]
6. Partnership [5:32]
7. Quarrel With Father [4:36]
8. Man Not Myth [6:51]
9. Smell of Treasure [6:07]
10. Stretch Him Out [4:52]
11. Secret of the Waterfall [4:58]
12. Offer to the Gods [5:55]
13. Blackbeard's Plan [5:54]
14. Speaking With Steel [8:28]
15. Women and Ships [3:51]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Blackbeard
   Part One
   Part Two
   Scene Selection
      Part One
      Part Two
   Bonus Features
      Raging Mad Sea Dog or Fawning Puppy: Angus Macfadyen Discusses the Other Side of Blackbeard
      Scoundrels, Scallywags, and Scurvy Knaves: The Everlasting Appeal of Pirates
      Yo-Ho-Ho and Shooting a Gun: Jessica Chastain Blows Up Coconuts
      Richard Chamberlain Says, "Ahoy!:" What It's Like to Be Charles Eden
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Do Not Mistake This Movie for the National Geographic Blackbeard!

    This is absolutely the worst pirate movie I believe I've ever seen. They got everything wrong. Pretty visuals, pretty actors, and that's all.

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