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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Caribbean (1952) DVD-R

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Starring John Payne, Arlene Dahl, Cedric Hardwicke, Francis L. Sullivan,

Willard Parker

Directed by Edward Ludwig



Print: color

Runtime: 97 min.

Genre: adventure

Print Quality: B



In 1728, while hunting ducks, Dick Lindsay comes across a pirate named

Francis Barclay burying a treasure-chest. Barclay and his lieutenant,

Burford, take Lindsay prisoner aboard their ship, the Black Panther.

Barclay decides to use Lindsay to infiltrate the fortified island of his bitter

enemy, Andrew MacAllister. (Twenty-one years ago MacAllister abducted

Barclay's wife and daughter and sold Barclay into slavery.) Barclay has a

scar burned into Lindsay's face so that he'll resemble MacAllister's

nephew. Barclay then arranges for Lindsay to be washed up on

MacAllister's island. MacAllister, who hasn't seen his nephew for 20 years,

accepts Lindsay's false identity. However, while Lindsay is supposed to

pave the way for Barclay's invasion of the island, he becomes sidetracked

by a rebellion among MacAllister's slaves and by his growing attraction to

MacAllister's beautiful daughter, Christine.

 

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Starring John Payne, Arlene Dahl, Cedric Hardwicke, Francis L. Sullivan,
Willard Parker
Directed by Edward Ludwig

Print: color
Runtime: 97 min.
Genre: adventure
Print Quality: B

In 1728, while hunting ducks, Dick Lindsay comes across a pirate named
Francis Barclay burying a treasure-chest. Barclay and his lieutenant,
Burford, take Lindsay prisoner aboard their ship, the Black Panther.
Barclay decides to use Lindsay to infiltrate the fortified island of his bitter
enemy, Andrew MacAllister. (Twenty-one years ago MacAllister abducted
Barclay's wife and daughter and sold Barclay into slavery.) Barclay has a
scar burned into Lindsay's face so that he'll resemble MacAllister's
nephew. Barclay then arranges for Lindsay to be washed up on
MacAllister's island. MacAllister, who hasn't seen his nephew for 20 years,
accepts Lindsay's false identity. However, while Lindsay is supposed to
pave the way for Barclay's invasion of the island, he becomes sidetracked
by a rebellion among MacAllister's slaves and by his growing attraction to
MacAllister's beautiful daughter, Christine.
 

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