2 comments on “Captain Blood

  1. We don’t hear much about Rafael Sabatini these days, but for those who like to read good swashbuckling novels as well as see the movies, Captain Blood (1922) is there in print. Perhaps Sabatini’s best-known book is Scaramouche (1921), in which a fugitive hides in a dramatic troupe during the French Revolution, and then becomes an expert with the sword. That’s entertainment!

  2. ” Something with classic action, not the kind that melts your eyeballs and all laws of physics.” EXACTLY!

    And that line about the four-year-old imitating Jack Sparrow was pretty funny.

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