Released in the USA on July 29 of 1976, "Swashbuckler" (also known as "Scharlachrote Pirat, Der", "Scarlet Buccaneer", "Buccaneer") is an Adventure film directed by James Goldstone , starring Robert Shaw, James Earl Jones, Peter Boyle, Geneviève Bujold, Beau Bridges and Geoffrey Holder.
The Grandest Pirate Movie Ever Made
Who is the director of "Swashbuckler":
Swashbuckler was directed by James Goldstone, an American director.
Before making Swashbuckler, James Goldstone had directed The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight, released in 1971, Red Sky at Morning (1971), Brother John (1971), Winning (1969), Jigsaw (1968), and A Man Called Gannon (1968). Since, he directed Rollercoaster, released in 1977.
When was "Swashbuckler" released:
Swashbuckler was initally released in the United States on Thursday, July 29, 1976.. This was forty-three (43) years ago.
It has been released on Wednesday, March 02, 1977 in France.
What is the casting of "Swashbuckler":
At the casting of Swashbuckler we find Robert Shaw, previously seen in Robin and Marian (1976) and Diamonds (1975); James Earl Jones (The River Niger (1976), Claudine (1974)); Peter Boyle (Taxi Driver (1976), Young Frankenstein (1974)) [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "Swashbuckler":
It is a story that takes place in Jamaica in 1718 about a band of buccaneer pirates, led by Captain ?Red? Ned Lynch, pitted against a greedy overlord, evil Lord Durant. Durant has ruthlessly imprisoned his Lord High Justice and mercilessly evicted his wife and daughter Jane Barnet who eventually attempts a rescue with Lynch's help.
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