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The Princess and the Pirate

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Package Description: "Good Housekeeping magazine is proud to present THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE. Swashbuckling fun for the whole family! Cheated from his rightful place on the throne by the evil Rajah, Sandokan is forced to turn to piracy to feed himself and his loyal men. But when he learns of a secret passage into Rajah's forbidding fortress, brave Sandokan sets sail to regain his kingdom. During a fierce but losing fight, Sandokan is washed overboard. He awakens in a palace, under the care of the ruler's ...
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Package Description: "Good Housekeeping magazine is proud to present THE PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE. Swashbuckling fun for the whole family! Cheated from his rightful place on the throne by the evil Rajah, Sandokan is forced to turn to piracy to feed himself and his loyal men. But when he learns of a secret passage into Rajah's forbidding fortress, brave Sandokan sets sail to regain his kingdom. During a fierce but losing fight, Sandokan is washed overboard. He awakens in a palace, under the care of the ruler's niece Mariana. The dashing pirate and beautiful princess fall in love, but Sandokan is driven from the castle when his piracy is revealed. Now the determined Sandokan must use all of his remarkable courage and skill if he is to take back his throne and win the fair Mariana for his queen. But unexpected dangers pop up at every turn... This rousing action/adventure tale is perfect for fans of Robin Hood and Treasure Island, as well as every child--or--adult--who longs to strap on a cutlass and rescue a damsel in distress. "
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Craig Butler
The Technicolor is glorious in The Princess and the Pirate, and the sets and costumes are quite lovely and lavish -- so who cares if the screenplay isn't any great shakes? Besides, this is a Bob Hope vehicle, so there's nothing really needed except a script that lets the star do his thing, right? If that's your thinking, Pirate will be right up your alley, and deservedly so. Hope is highlighted at every twist and turn, supplied with a ready string of one-liners and comebacks that may not always be gems but which Hope bats so well that they score much more often than they really deserve to. And though it's entirely his show, the star comic is aided by a delightful supporting cast. As his love interest, Virginia Mayo proves that she was made for sumptuous color photography. Walter Brennan is wildly amusing as an over-the-top pirate chum, and Victor McLaglen chews scenery in the most engaging fashion as the villainous pirate that sets things in motion. David Butler's direction is smooth and efficient, if not necessarily distinctive. But then there's that screenplay, which in addition to being slapdash and unconvincing, stops too often to allow the swashbuckling elements to come into play: it's not that kind of picture, and instead of just dropping them in and quickly moving on, a bit too much time is spent on them. Still, Pirate is an amusing way to pass the time.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/25/1997
  • UPC: 082551721825
  • Original Release: 1944
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  • Source: Simitar Ent.
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:15:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bob Hope Sylvester Crosby/"Sylvester the Great"
Virginia Mayo Princess Margaret/"Margaret Warbrook"
Walter Brennan Featherhead
Walter Slezak Gov. La Roche
Victor McLaglen The Hook
Hugo Haas Cafe Owner
Marc Lawrence Pedro
Maude Eburne "Boar's Head Inn" Landlady
Adia Kuznetzoff Don Jose
Brandon Hurst Mr. Pelly
Tom Kennedy Alonzo
Stanley Andrews Captain of The Mary Ann
Robert Warwick The King
Betty Alexander Goldwyn Girl
Ted Billings
Betty Caldwell
Alma Carroll
Vic Christy
Bobby Hale Citizen
Dutch Hendrian Heckler
William Hunter
Art Miles
Lillian Molieri
Frank Moran
Kay Morley
Constantine Romanoff
Sammy Stein Black Jack Thug
Ruth Valmy Handmaiden
Stewart Garner
Al Bridge Pirate
Jack Carr Bartender
Ralph Dunn Murderous Pirate
James Flavin Naval Officer
Francis Ford Drunken Pirate
Rondo Hatton Gorilla Man
Weldon Heyburn Palace Guard
Colin Kenny First Mate Mary Ann
Mike Mazurki Pirate
Edward Peil Sr. Palace Guard
Dick Rich Pirate
Bert Roach Drunken Pirate's Companion
Edwin Stanley Captain of the King's Ship
Ray Teal Guard
Tom Tyler Lieutenant
Crane Whitley Soldier
Ernie S. Adams Citizen
Richard Alexander Holdup Man
Al Hill Pirate
Technical Credits
David Butler Director
R.O. Binger Special Effects
Allen Boretz Screenwriter
Howard Bristol Set Decoration/Design
Ernst Fegte Art Director
Everett Freeman Screenwriter
Samuel Goldwyn Producer
Don Hartman Producer, Screenwriter
Curtis Kenyon Screenwriter
Dan Mandell Editor
Victor Milner Cinematographer
David Rose Score Composer
Melville Shavelson Screenwriter
Clarence Slifer Special Effects
William Snyder Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Listings
1. Dangerous Times
2. Pirates to the Rescue
3. La Guam Hospitality
4. Mission Mariana
5. Great Confrontations
6. Happy Times
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