Another film from 1951 which once again appears to borrow most of the miniature effects shots from often plundered sources, you guessed it... The Black Swan (1942) and The Princess and the Pirate (1944).
Saturday, 9 July 2016
Double Crossbones 1951
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Looking on the design of the hull, I'm very sure the white painted ship is the old spanish galeon model originally build for "Captain Blood" from 1935. I suppose, these footage scene there could be a (non used) first test shot from Paramount Pictures for the battle scenes of "The Princess and the Pirate" 1944.ReplyDelete