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Saturday Night at the Movies: The Buccaneer

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starring
Yul Brynner Claire Bloom
Charles Boyer , Charlton Heston
A spectacular story of the American War of 1812 when the buccaneer Jean Lafitte , with a price on his head, refuses help to the British and joins forces with General Andrew Jackson in return for a free pardon.
Screenplay JESSE LASKY JR , BERENICE MOSK Produced bv HENRY WILCOXON
Directed by ANTHONY QUINN. Films: p 19

Contributors

Unknown: Yul Brynner
Unknown: Claire Bloom
Unknown: Charles Boyer
Unknown: Charlton Heston
Unknown: Jean Lafitte
Unknown: Andrew Jackson
Unknown: Jesse Lasky Jr
Unknown: Berenice Mosk
Unknown: Henry Wilcoxon
Directed By: Anthony Quinn.
Jean Lafitte: Yul Brynner
General Andrew Jackson: Charlton Heston
Bonnie Brown: Claire Bloom
Dominique YOU: Charles Boyer
Annette Claiborne: Inger Stevens
Ezra Peavey: Henry Hull
Governor Claiborne E: G Marshall
Mercier: Lorne Greene
Captain Rumbo: Ted de Corsia
Collector of the Port: Douglas Dumbrille
ScipiO: Sir Lancelot
MiggS: Jersy Hartleben

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Saturday Night at the Movies: The Buccaneer

BBC One London, 9 June 1979 18.20






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