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The King's Pirate

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The King's Pirate
Directed byDon Weis
Written byPaul Wayne
Æneas MacKenzie 
Joseph Hoffman
Produced byRobert Arthur
StarringDoug McClure
Jill St. John
CinematographyClifford Stine
Edited byRussell F. Schoengarth
Music byRalph Ferraro
Universal Pictures
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
  • August 1967 (1967-08)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryUnited States

The King's Pirate is a 1967 American pirate film directed by Don Weis and starring Doug McClure, Jill St. John and Guy Stockwell.[1] It is a remake of the 1952 film Against All Flags.[2]

Plot summary

A British naval officer volunteers for a dangerous mission to infiltrate the base of pirates who threaten shipping off Madagascar.



Paul Wayne rewrote the script for Against All Flags adding some new characters, notably Zucco (played by Kurt Kaznar). Doug McClure was making The Virginian at the time but was written out of the show to allow him to make the movie. Filming started late October 1966.[3][4]

Female lead Jill St John was under contract to Universal at the time. It was her sixth picture that year after Fame is the Name of the Game, How I Spent My Summer Vacation, The Liquidator, Eight on a Lam, and Banning. She took fencing lessons for the role.[5] Filming ended in December.[6]

See also


  1. ^
  2. ^ KING'S PIRATE Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 36, Iss. 420, (Jan 1, 1969): 83.
  3. ^ MOVIE CAL SHEET: Schallert Joins 'Tombstone' Martin, Betty. Los Angeles Times 15 Oct 1966: 19.
  4. ^ MOVIE CALL SHEET: Betty Field in 'Band of Gold' Martin, Betty. Los Angeles Times 10 Nov 1966: D22.
  5. ^ Jill's Ready for Better Roles NORMA LEE BROWNING. Chicago Tribune 1 Nov 1966: b1.
  6. ^ MOVIE CALL SHEET: Gangster Role for Lester Los Angeles Times 8 Dec 1966: D29.

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