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CAPTAIN BLOOD (dir: Michael Curtiz, Not Rated) - Bart says, "I have a theory that this is the movie that shifted everybody's concept of pirates from vile, nasty murderers into dashing, romantic heroes. Long before Orlando Bloom in PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, or Cary Elwes in THE PRINCESS BRIDE, or Christopher Atkins in THE PIRATE MOVIE, Errol Flynn starred as Captain Blood, an English doctor who, in a highly unlikely turn of events becomes a sympathetic sea-faring marauder. Grand adventure doesn't come any better than this, and I like it even more than the later team-up of Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, and director Michael Curtiz in THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD. But you've made a fine choice no matter what Errol Flynn adventure you pick, because there's nobody who takes a stand against villainy no matter the odds more convincingly than that guy."
THE LIVES OF A BENGAL LANCER (dir: Henry Hathaway, Not Rated) – Bart says, "Not to take anything away from GUNGA DIN, which in many people’s estimation is the greatest adventure film of all time, but LIVES OF A BENGAL LANCER is my go-to film when I’m looking for equal parts horse-play and gun-play from British soldiers in Colonial India. Luckily they made the mustachioed Gary Cooper a Canadian, presumably because nobody wanted to hear him try out a phony English accent. It's a perfect movie for anybody who likes pig-sticking, veiled dancing girls, or self-sacrificing feats of derring-do."
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (dir: James Whale, Not Rated)
DAVID COPPERFIELD (dir: George Cukor, Not Rated)
THE GOOD FAIRY (dir: William Wyler, Not Rated)
THE INFORMER (dir: John Ford, Not Rated)
MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (dir: Frank Lloyd, Not Rated)
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA (dir: Sam Wood, Not Rated)
THE 39 STEPS (dir: Alfred Hitchcock, Not Rated)
TOP HAT (dir: Mark Sandrich, Not Rated)
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