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The Pirates of Blood River(1962)

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  • Not Bad,Not Great

    • Jerry Standing
    • 2/27/13

    Loved it for a young Dennis Waterman as Timothy and early Oliver Reed.Kerwin's not bad at all

  • The Pirates of Blood River(1962)

    • nshepard
    • 5/31/11

    Hysterically unintentionally funny Hammer film about the trials of banished Huguenot Jonathon Standish(Kerwin Mathews) ,exhiled for loving a married woman, returns at the behest of pirate Capt. LaRoche(Christopher Lee) who believes there to be a great treasure on the Isle of Devon. Talented cast is almost completely wasted due to poor script and substandard dialogue. Watching Lee tread water in order to invade Devon is over the top hilarious. The dialogue will have you rolling on the floor.Andrew Keir, Olvier Reed, a wooden Glenn Corbett also star.Jimmy Sangster wrote this regrettable screenplay. What should have been an interesting and enjoyable film is reduced to banality and stilted choreography. Hammer films seems out of their league with this attempt at film "piracy." The pirates look like refugees from a bowling alley, and Lee with patch over eye needs an opthamologist. But that being said, the actors are interesting to watch as they try to squeeze every line to produce something out of nothing. There is little drama, unless you think that piranha exist at the whim of a screen writers imagination to purge a lustful woman of her sins. What a hoot !3 stars out of 5 for star power only.

  • Good Hammer Non Horror Film.

    • John Anelli
    • 9/29/08

    I Liked it,The setting and story were good in this film.

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