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    Captain Thorpe (Errol Flynn) is polite as he evacuates the Spanish ship he's just crippled, assistance from Pitt (Alan Hale), irritation from noble passenger Don Alvarez (Claude Rains) and niece (Brenda Marshall) and their English attendant (Una O'Connor), in The Sea Hawk, 1940.

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