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Captain Horatio Hornblower
- Robert Beatty

Overview - A straightforward naval adventure, based on three novels by C.S. Forester, about the heroic, 19th-century British seafarer. The story sails with his ship, the Lydia, through battles with Spain and then France won with wit rather than might. Hornblower still finds time to romance Lady Barbara Wellesley, who roils emotional seas because she's married to his admiral.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A straightforward naval adventure, based on three novels by C.S. Forester, about the heroic, 19th-century British seafarer. The story sails with his ship, the Lydia, through battles with Spain and then France won with wit rather than might. Hornblower still finds time to romance Lady Barbara Wellesley, who roils emotional seas because she's married to his admiral.

Cast List

James Robertson Justice - Scottish Character Actor
James Robertson-Justice - Scottish Character Actor
Christopher Lee - British actor, DRACULA (1958)
Raoul Walsh - Director/Screenwriter/Actor
Gerry Mitchell - Producer
Moultrie Kelsall - Character Actor/Scottish
Gregory Peck - Oscar winning American actor, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (1962)
Eldred Gregory Peck - Oscar winning American actor, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (1962)
Terence Morgan - British Actor
Virginia Mayo - American actress, WHITE HEAT
Virginia Jones - American actress, WHITE HEAT
Richard Hearne - Actress
Robert Farnon - Composer
Jack Harris - British Editor\D. 1971
Guy Green - British Director/Director Of Photography
Denis O'Dea - Irish Actor, /D.1978, CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOWER (1951)
C.S. Forester - English Author, THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Cecil Scott Forester - English Author, THE AFRICAN QUEEN
Aeneas MacKenzie - Screenwriter\1940s-1950s
Robert Beatty - Canadian Actor
James Kenney - American Actor
Ben Roberts - American Writer
Ivan Goff - Screenwriter

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 117
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 085391108023
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: March 2007

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Movies > Action/Adventure

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Synopsis:
A straightforward naval adventure, based on three novels by C.S. Forester, about the heroic, 19th-century British sea captain. The story sails with his ship, the Lydia, through battles with Spain and then France won with wit rather than might. Hornblower still finds time to romance Lady Barbara Wellesley, who roils emotional seas because she's married to his admiral.

Notes:
Color by Technicolor. Released theatrically in New York City September, 1951.

Reviews:
"Technicolor battle scenes and Robert Farnon's score ultimately pull it through." - 03/16/3007 USA Today, p.4E

 
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