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Yep, but still a good Pirate flick. Harold Robbins' The Pirate Released: No pirates anywhere in this movie except for the title, but it's still a great flick. An Israeli man, raised by a wealthy and powerful Arab, is put in charge of his country's vast oil fortunes. He comes into conflict with a fanatical terrorist group - all headed by his daughter. The young and lovely Anita dreams of escaping the monotony of her island home and sailing to bustling Havana.
But when her abusive father promises her to the greasy local merchant, Anita does everything in her power to make her dreams of escape a reality. High Wind in Jamaica, A Released: The parents of children living in Jamaica, afraid that the kids are growing up uncivilized, decide to send them to England.
But during the voyage, the childrens' ship is boarded by pirates and in the confusion the children wind up trapped on the pirate ship. The children view it as a lark, and one of them, a girl named Emily, develops an unusual bond with Chavez, the pirate captain.
The superstitious pirates can't wait to unload the kids at the first port, but a tragedy prevents it, and Emily's relationship with Chavez takes a fateful twist. Ralph Rackstraw, a poor seaman, is in love with Josephine, the Captain's daughter, but she is too high above him in the social scale for him to even consider asking her to marry him. Sir Joseph Porter, who is fully aware of his own importance, is an arrogant snob who feels that Josephine is far beneath him on the social scale.
However, contemptuous though he feels about this factor, he will overlook the fact that she is just a humble Captain's daughter and that he would therefore be marrying beneath his rank. The Captain is all for his daughter marrying such an illustrious person as Sir Joseph Porter, but Josephine detests the idea.
Furthermore, she is in love with poor Ralph Rackstraw. Adventure, Fantasy PK's Rating: It is rare that I am as disappointed with a movie as I was with this one - Hook fails on about 40 distinctly unique levels, not the least of which is that Peter Pan apparently grew up to be a jerk of a lawyer. The basic story is that the original Peter Pan Williams has grown up to be a cut-throat merger and acquisitions lawyer, and is married to Wendy's granddaughter.
With the help of her and the Lost Boys, he must remember how to be Peter Pan again in order to save his children by battling with Captain Hook once again. Jon Hall is right in his element in the Columbia low-budgeter Hurricane Island. The villains, who lurk at every plot turn, are thwarted in a climactic hurricane, chiefly comprised of stock footage from earlier films practically a trademark of producer Sam Katzman.
Ice Pirates, The Released: I hate to admit this, but this is one of the greatest B-movies ever. This movie has everything: It has recenbtly come out on DVD, but I haven't seen that version yet - I hope they include some behind the scenesproduction stuff. In Search of History: Pirates of the Barbary Coast Released: In the years after the American Revolution, as the fledgling nation struggled to establish itself, one of the greatest threats to its power and prestige came from the unlikeliest of places.
Sailing from the Barbary Coast of North Africa, pirates preyed on ships of all nations, but their toll on America was devastating. This documentary journeys back to the final years of the 18th century to chronicle the events that led to the creation of the U. Navy and established the United States' reputation as a nation willing to fight for its interests. Period accounts and maritime historians paint a portrait of the feared raiders who often held seamen captive.
Discover how President Jefferson disagreed with the Federalists in Congress, believing America should meet the pirates' ransom demands, while Congress urged a fight. Navy was re-established with the appropriation of six ships. They fought their way to glory along the Barbary coast, allowing U.
This is one of the most exciting tales in the history of the high seas, the birth of the American Navy and the demise of the ed Pirates of the Barbary coast. Adventure, Suspense PK's Rating: The Island is an action-packed high-seas adventure that features a riveting performance from Michael Caine, who stars as Blair Maynard, an inquisitive British reporter who sets out to investigate a series of mysterious ocean disappearances in the Caribbean, where more than boats have apparently vanished during the course of three years.
While flying over the questionable area with his young son in tow, Maynard's airplane crashes into the briny deep. The two are subsequently stranded on an isolated island, uncharted by the modern world. In time they are captured by a group of scraggly, belligerent pirates who have inhabited the remote island for hundreds of years. After enduring horrible tortures, Caine and his young boy attempt to destroy the anachronistic buccaneers and escape their island purgatory.
Jim and the Pirates Released: In this children's story based on some of the stories from that strip, a pre-teen boy receives counseling from his dead father's ghost on how to cope with new developments in his life -- from his mother's getting a new boyfriend, to the fine art of chopping onions. The boy learns a pretty good trick from his father's shade which enables him to use his imagination to turn a boring birthday party into an ocean adventure among pirates.
Massacre at Cutter's Cove Released: Horror, Suspense PK's Rating: Despite its aesthetic qualities it manages to be at least ten times worse than the recent remake of The Fog, which I honestly didn't think was possible. Avoid this at all costs.
A group of friends decide to have a little fun on a deserted beach one night. When one of them finds an old pirate chest buried in the sand at the beach, they unwittingly release a demonic pirate, Jolly Roger, who proceeds to massacre the friends at the beach. When the police arrive, Alex and Jessie, the only survivors, are taken into custody and fingered as the killers. Knowing the pirate did it, they escape and set out to find him while the police try to investigate the rash of murders in the town, as Jolly Roger continues on a crusade to seek his revenge.
Pirates From Below Released: Manning his new experimental submarine, Dr. Quest embarks upon an underwater expedition. Back on the surface, Jonny Quest and Race are kidnapped by pirate chieftain Svedri and his not-so-merry crew. The two good guys are held for ransom, with the high-tech submarine as the "payoff. Brian Fleming volunteers to be flogged for a contrived offense and then discharged from the British Navy.
Now he can infiltrate the pirate stronghold of Diego Suarez using his whip-scarred back as proof of his disgrace. While gathering inside information about this stronghold's fortifications, he falls in love with Jessica Stephens who's also courted by the pirate captain, John Avery.
At the same time he must fend off the advances of a love-struck Moghul princess who's recently been taken captive. Events reach a climax in a shipboard battle when Fleming's true motivations are revealed.
Last of the Buccaneers Released: Swashbuckler about the adventures of pirate Jean Lafitte after he helped save New Orleans from a British invasion during the War of Light at the Edge of the World, The Released: A band of ruthless pirates capture a lighthouse in Argentina, intending to use it to lure ships to run aground for easy pillaging. In the year , Pirates are attacking the town of Venice almost weekly, and the army of mercenaries does not defend it properly.
So Manrico Gordon Scott decides to pick up the black mask of the "Lion of San Marco" and attack the pirates when they don't expect it, only with the help of a few dedicated citizens.
Things become complicated when Manrico falls in love with the beautiful pirate lady Rossana Gianna Maria Canale - now both are suspected to have become traitors Long John Silver a. After the Treasure Island adventure, Long John Silver turns up on a British Caribbean island, where he hears that rival pirate Mendoza has taken the ship carrying the governor's daughter Naturally, there's more to his rescue plan than meets the eye; he hopes to get a new ship and go back for more treasure Lost City of Pirates Released: Take to the high seas with the most famous pirates of all time, and discover the truth behind the legends of men like Blackbeard.
While the possibility of wealth and fame was real, so was the chance that they would be struck down by the guns and sabers of those they attacked, or done in by disease, malnutrition and the capricious seas. This documentary is a riveting look at a long-ago era that continues to fuel our imaginations.
Meet the legendary figures that roamed the high seas, and learn their stories from leading authors and historians. Go beneath the waves to see the remains of the pirate city once feared as "the wickedest place on earth," and learn the true story of the notorious pirates of Jamaica's Port Royal. The Lost Continent Released: A steamer carrying smuggled explosives and a disparate load of passengers finds itself trapped somewhere in the Sargasso Sea, where it encounters crab monsters, choking seaweed, and a mad society descended from shipwreck survivors from Spanish voyages of discovery who believe the inquisition is still underway.
The overly buxom woman that appears mid-way through the film was Dana Gillespie, a little-known recording artist from the late 60's. If you can find the British version, see it instead as it has more minutes than the G-rated American cut. Danny Quinn lives with one great dream One night Danny meets the ghost of Picaroon, who has come to warn him about a mysterious foe and to help him find the gold. Danny sets off on his great quest, taking along a ragtag crew.
They sail off pursued by treasure hunter Doc Biehler. Eventually, Danny must battle Doc for possession of the map leading to a knock-down battle in the quest for the Lost Treasure of Sawtooth Island. Love Pirate, The Released: Serial, 5 Reels PK's Rating: Prosecutor Hugh Waring Clyde Fillmore is trying to bust up the joint, and during his efforts he meets Ruth Revere Kathryn McGuire , a naive violinist who is being given a chance to perform at the cafe. However, the only reason she is there at all is because Carnan has designs on her.
He invites the girl to his home while trying to ruin Waring by claiming he's the one who owns the cafe. Waring is saved when Ruby confesses the identity of the real owner.
He goes to Ruth's rescue just in time to see Carnan being shot to death. It turns out that the murderer is Cyrus Revere, Ruth's father Spottiswoode Aitken , who confesses to the killing on his deathbed.
Although Kathryn McGuire certainly appeared in quite a few poor films, she was immortalized in two classics -- she was Buster Keaton's co-star in two of his best silent features, Sherlock, Jr. Exploitation specialist Barry Mahon wrote and directed this dated nudie romp shot in North Miami Beach.
Cult filmmaker Brad F. Grinter Flesh Feast stars as Captain Fu, a pirate whose crew is made up of beautiful, frequently nude women.
Grinter, who made the killer-turkey epic Blood Freak, gives a performance which can only be described as "unusual," but at least his notorious onscreen coughing-jags are not in evidence here.
Madeline and the Pirates Released: Famed little French redhead Madeline is off for another adventure, this time on an island inhabited by pirates. Join Madeline and her schoolmates as they learn that looks can be deceiving, as these pirates are not quite what they seem to be. Recommended for ages five to eight. Jack Carlisle is a disillusioned year old boy. His mother is always away at work since his father left.
He decides to run away, as his mom won't miss him. As he is ready to leave, his nanny, convinces him to read this 'magic book'.
The book is about a pirate adventure on Magic Island. As Jack reads the book, he is sucked into the world and goes on numerous adventures with Prince Morgan, while fleeing the evil Blackbeard the Pirate. He is even saved by Lily, a beautiful mermaid, whom he falls in love with. Comedy, Short PK's Rating: Master and Commander Released: Director Peter Weir's high-seas adventure Master and Commander: Along with his loyal crew, Aubrey engages in a grand game of cat-and-mouse with a renegade French frigate from Napoleon's army.
Adapted from the series of novels by Patrick O'Brian, the film is presented on this special double-disc DVD along with a plethora of bonus features. The widescreen transfer is complemented by English soundtracks in DTS 5. Along with the feature presentation, the discs offer viewers several looks into the film's production. There is a one-hour making-of documentary, three behind-the-scenes featurettes, an interactive sound-recording demo, and an HBO First Look special.
Rounding out the package are six deleted scenes, four multi-angle battle scenes, and a page collectible booklet. Stripped down single-disc full-screen and widescreen versions were also released. Master of Ballantrae is probably not the best Flynn of the 50's, but the script, score and color cinematography are fantastic. The main asset, of course, is Flynn who really shows up in this one. He proves, probably for the last time, why he was such a big star.
Also, its a good buddy picture with a funny Irish actor playing the Alan Hale role. There are some fabulous locations and a couple of solid villians to round things out. Another asset is the use of real sailing ships. There are very few process shots or back projection garbage in this one. If you're a Flynn fan and you've missed this one check it out. It's a terrific, action packed swashbuckler. Master of Ballantrae, The Released: Set in 18th century Scotland, the story concerned a pair of brothers, James and Henry, who became separated when Henry enlisted in the service of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Upon being misinformed that Henry was killed, the covetous James set himself up as Master of Ballantrae hall. The series' six minute episodes were devoted to Henry's efforts to reclaim his birthright and settle accounts with his usurping sibling.
It was not unusual in the s for a British TV miniseries to resurface in America in the form of a re-edited feature-length "movie. Originally telecast in the United States as a three-hour TV film on January 31, , the production subsequently aired on Scottish television as a six-part miniseries, 25 minutes per episode.
The basic story remained the same: In 18th century Scotland, a toss of the coin determined that Henry would enlist in the service of Bonnie Prince Charlie, while James would stay behind as temporary master of Ballantrae Hall.
Reported killed in battle, Henry spent the next several years trying to reclaim his birthright from his covetous brother. The "series" version of The Master of Ballantrae was broadcast in Fleeing from some other children who want to beat him, Olivier meets the ghost of a Pirate who every hundred years tries to find a parchment.
Olivier agrees to help him. But in doing so he is captured by a bunch of pirates. The other children of the village discover a door thru time and space in an old haunted house and decide to rescue Olivier from Captain Monbars' pirates. A year had passed since the last aventure of Olivier and his friends. The day before his birthday, the door through space and time re-opened.
This time, Olivier and his friends would have to face El Diablo, who became captain since the last time, and his mens, lost in the middle on the jungle and being hunt down by the spanish army. Somewhere in the 18th century Great Britain, noble but penniless young boy John Mohune is sent by his dying mother to Moonfleet, to put himself under the protection of a certain Jeremy Fox.
The boy discovers that Fox is both a former lover of his mother and the leader of a gang of buccaneers. A strange friendship grows as their adventures go on. Morgan the Pirate Released: As Captain Morgan Reeves is a slave to be sold off at an auction in a Panama market, but the daughter of the governor Valerie LaGrange is smitten with him after witnessing a flogging and makes him her personal valet. Reeves mistakenly embraces her in a barn and is sent packing to a Spanish war galleon by the governor as a result - presumably never to be heard from again.
After leading a slave revolt on a ship, Reeves takes over and forms his own pirate band with him becoming the captain. On a raid Reeves discovers the governor's daughter has been captured on another pirate raid and he is smitten with her and "wins" her in a battle with another pirate captain. As the story goes Reeves and his band sink Spanish ships, have endless fights with other pirates and Reeves becomes more and more powerful as the "scourge of the seven seas" After being set free by Reeves Capt Morgan she realizes she truly loves him and longs to see him again.
After a failed attempt to capture the city of Panama in a raid, it appears Morgan has drowned Morgan is alive and then in another back entrance raid he and his pirate band capture the city and reunites with Lagrange.
Reeves showed some true acting ability in this film, and it is considered by his fans as his very best movie. Muppet Treasure Island Released: Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of a young orphan who becomes involved with pirate Long John Silver is given the Muppet treatment in this vibrant children's musical.
As in The Muppet Christmas Carol, the film stays loyal to the original storyline but casts the well-known puppets in many of the supporting roles.
The familiar adventure plot is enlivened by the Muppets' good-natured, winking sense of humor, and a number of anarchic musical numbers are reminiscent of the original Muppet Show. Long-time followers of the Muppets may find the film less fresh than Jim Henson's original creations, but the combination of old-fashioned storytelling, intriguing design, and clever humor will undoubtedly amuse younger audiences. Quickie film producer Sam Katzman gathered together a few leftover costumes, sets and props from past Columbia "A" pictures, and the result was The Mutineers.
The evidence indicates that the culprits are members of a vicious counterfeiting ring. Shaw's situation becomes precarious when it develops that practically every passenger aboard his ship is in cahoots with his gang. Future "Superman" George Reeves turns in an effectively villainous characterization, while Adele Jergens goes through her usual paces as a "bad" girl who may not be as bad as she seems.
Bligh's villainy knows no bounds: Christian despises Bligh and is sailing on the Bounty under protest. During the journey back to England, Bligh's cruelties become more than Christian can bear; and after the captain indirectly causes the death of the ship's doctor, the crew stages a mutiny, with Christian in charge. Bligh and a handful of officers loyal to him are set adrift in an open boat.
Through sheer force of will, he guides the tiny vessel on a day, mile journey to the Dutch East Indies without losing a man. Historians differ on whether Captain Bligh was truly such a monster or Christian such a paragon of virtue some believe that the mutiny was largely inspired by Christian's lust for the Tahitian girls. This fourth film dramatization of the mutiny aboard the H.
This time, the infamous Captain Bligh Anthony Hopkins is as strict a disciplinarian as ever. He is, however, no monster; faced with his crew's increasing laxity after an idyllic visit to Tahiti the search for breadfruit takes second place to limitless sex with the island girls , Bligh is forced to resort to flogging and other such means to keep his men in line. Christian Mel Gibson , formerly Bligh's friend, is of little use to the captain, having fallen in love with a native girl himself.
Christian becomes the leader of the mutiny virtually in spite of himself; and when the mutineers try to seek refuge on Tahiti, they find that the local chief wants no part of them, which is why they settle for the nearly uninhabitable Pitcairn. Mystery of Pirate's Cove Released: Nancy Drew, teenage crime-solver, found mysteries to unravel in all of her adventures on her Sunday-evening series, which was based on a children's novel series of the same name.
In "Mystery of Pirate's Cove," Nancy investigates a suspicious glow from an abandoned lighthouse, and finds she's not the only one exploring the island.
After wiping out half a village of native South Pacific tribesmen, Captain Bully Hayes Tommy Lee Jones is eventually captured, put in prison, and the rest of this swashbuckling action film is told in a series of flashbacks as he remembers the recent past. The lead-in scene may be off-putting, but its larger context is soon revealed. Hayes had just left a young couple, Nate Michael O'Keefe and Sophie Jennie Seagrove on an island so they could set up housekeeping and follow in the missionary footsteps of an uncle, when the villain Ben Pease Max Phipps shows up, kidnaps Sophie and leaves her husband for dead.
Pease runs into a German naval officer who feels it would be advantageous to join up with him -- so when Captain Hayes saves Nate and, the two go looking for Sophie, their enemies are formidable villains indeed. Laced with humor and acting in the grand pirate-movie tradition, Nate and Hayes has enough adventure and style to stay entertaining for its minute running time.
MacDonald plays an 18th-century French princess who escapes an arranged marriage by posing as a "cake girl," a mail-order bride sent to the New World to marry a colonist. En route, MacDonald and the other brides are captured by pirates, but are rescued by mercenary Eddy and his roistering companions. To avoid marrying some lowly farmer or frontiersman, simon-pure MacDonald intimates that she is a woman with a "history," which makes her attractive to the glitterati of old New Orleans.
Only Eddy sees through MacDonald's feigned "naughtiness," and in the end claims her for his own. The most memorable of the Herbert songs retained for the film version of Naughty Marietta was "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life", which remained one of Jeanette MacDonald's signature tunes ever afterward.
Victor Herbert's endearing operetta arrives on DVD in this performance that originally aired live on television on January 15, Produced and directed by Max Liebman and featuring actors Patrice Munsel and Alfred Drake in the lead roles, this production of Naughty Marietta features conductor Charles Sanford presiding over Herbert's original composition. Sons of the Sea Released: Long derided by film historians as a talented but visually unimaginative director, James Cruze made up for any and all past artistic sins with his rousing Old Ironsides.
Per its title, this reel silent film is set at the time of Stephen Decatur's defeat of the Barbary pirates in Tripoli. Decatur himself played by comic actor Johnny Walker is a secondary character herein: The acting honors go to those inveterate scene-stealers Wallace Beery and George Bancroft, cast respectively as Bos'n and Gunner.
The film accommodates everything from outsized sea battles to a daring rescue from the clutches of the lustful pirates. A life-sized replica of "Old Ironsides" aka the "Constitution" was built for the film; it remained a useful piece of bric-a-brac for many a subsequent Paramount seafaring epic. When originally released, the film utilized a wide-screen technique during many of the battle sequences.
The videocassette version of Old Ironsides is of course unable to convey this, but it does have the bonus of a rousing musical score by Gaylord Carter. This print, incidentally, is crystal clear, enabling sharp-eyed viewers to spot Boris Karloff in a bit as a menacing Saracen.
Blood is the Red Gold of this film's title. When a sailor arrives on an island dictatorship and is a little too flashy with his money, he is soon robbed of it. He finds himself among the down-and-outers, who sell blood for enough money to survive on. Unable to avoid trouble, the sailor is quickly rounded up and sentenced to work in a salt mine, but he later makes an attempt to escape. Betrothed to a man she does not love, Peg sets sail to the West Indies, only to fall into the clutches of pirates.
Successfully fending off the advances of the lustful pirate chieftain, Peg ends up marooned on a desert island. Assumed to be dead, our heroine "spooks" the superstitious buccaneers for several reels then wins their hearts by teaching them how to read and write. And so it goes until Peg's seafaring sweetheart finally catches up to her. The film suffered from an indecisive point of view: Apparently, the producers set out to make a "straight" swashbuckler, but ended up with a comedy instead.
Adventure, Children's PK's Rating: When Paramount bought the rights to the delightful James M. Barrie story, every actress in Hollywood wanted the role of Peter Pan, made famous on the stage by Maude Adams. Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, and even Gloria Swanson thought they were perfect for the role, but Barrie's own choice was Betty Bronson, a virtual unknown. The story is familiar to nearly everyone.
Finally, the children return home to Mrs. Darling, who is overjoyed to have them back. She adopts the Lost Boys and offers to take Peter in too, but he refuses to grow up and flies away after promising to visit Wendy every year. An interesting side note -- although she had no involvement in casting Brian as Wendy, Ralston had discovered her a couple of years earlier while judging a beauty contest. Animated, Disney PK's Rating: A pet project of Walt Disney's since , this animated version of James M.
Barrie's Peter Pan reached full fruition in The straightforward story concerns the Darling family, specifically the children: Wendy, Michael and John. Wendy enjoys telling her younger siblings stories about the mythical Peter Pan, the little boy who never grew up.
One night, much to everyone's surprise, Peter flies into the Darling nursery, in search of his shadow, which Wendy had previously captured. Sprinkling the kids with magic pixie dust, Peter flies off to Never-Never Land "First star to the left and straight on till morning" , with Wendy, Michael and John following behind. Once in Peter's domain, the children are terrorized by Captain Hook, who intends to capture Peter and do away with him.
After rescuing Indian princess Tiger Lily from Captain Hook, Peter must save the children, not to mention his own "Lost Boys," from the diabolical pirate captain. In addition, he must contend with the jealousy of tiny sprite Tinker Bell, who doesn't like Wendy one little bit. Breaking with several traditions, Peter had been played by a girl in all previous incarnations, Tinker Bell had always been depicted by a shaft of light, etc Barrie's Peter Pan on Broadway in The telecast was so popular that it was repeated, again live, the following year.
Blessedly, Mary Martin returned to commit Peter Pan to videotape in ; this version was first telecast on December 8 of that year. Cyril Ritchard shamelessly hams it up as the wicked Captain Hook, and also doubles as the more benign Mr.
Martin's daughter Heller Halliday also appears in the minor role of Liza the maid, while the whole wonderful package is narrated by Lynn Fontanne. Repeated several times into the s, this full-color version of Peter Pan was put into mothballs for several years, then retelecast complete with the old NBC Peacock logo in For this return engagement, the play was edited to accommodate extra commercials; happily, the complete version of the Peter Pan is now available on videocassette.
Cathy Rigby stars as Peter Pan in this Broadway production of the beloved children's classic. In stifling Edwardian London, Wendy Darling mesmerizes her brothers every night with bedtime tales of swordplay, swashbuckling and the fearsome Captain Hook. But the children become the heroes of an even greater story, when Peter Pan flies into their nursery one night and leads them over moonlit rooftops through a galaxy of stars and to the lush jungles of Neverland.
Wendy and her brothers join Peter and the Lost Boys in an exhilarating life--free of grown-up rules--while also facing the inevitable showdown with Hook and his bloodthirsty pirates.
Peter Pan and the Pirates: Peter Pan is pitted against the supernatural as The Rake, Hook's Brother's ghost ship, returns to Neverland after his treasure is found in a cave. Peter and Hook must fight to save themselves and Neverland from the evil power of the Ghost of Hook's murdered brother.
A pirate based adult film set on the high seas. Although the story is admittedly on the light side, the movie itself is full of some fantastic imagery. Lavish shipboard and island locations, a real story with decent characters that will remind you of some of the early 's pirate serials. Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl Released: Adventure, Action PK's Rating: Gore Verbinski took on Pirates of the Carribean: But he can't do it alone, so he enlists the help of swashbuckling ship captain Jack Sparrow Johnny Depp.
Together the two chase after The Black Pearl, but they soon discover that the captain and crew aren't your average pirates. Cursed to remain between the living and the dead, Barbossa and his men look like skeletons when basked in the moonlight.
When it is revealed that the only thing that can break the curse is Elizabeth's blood, Jack and Will are faced with a race against time and a battle against the undead to save the Governor's daughter. Dead Man's Chest Released: Captain Jack Sparrow Johnny Depp returns to the screen for another round of supernatural adventures on the high seas in this spirited sequel to the Disney hit, which re-teams original director Gore Verbinski with original screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio.
As Will Orlando Bloom and Elizabeth Keira Knightley prepare to exchange vows at the alter, their wedding plans hit rough waters with the arrival of sea-bound scallywag Jack Sparrow. It seems that Sparrow owes a substantial blood debt to half-octapus sea captain Davy Jones Bill Nighy , and that the only way for the flamboyant sea rover to elude the wrath of his otherworldy pursuer is to seek the aid of mysterious and powerful Voodoo priestess Tia Dalma Naomie Harris , whose ability to resurrect the dead and gaze into the future may provide just the advantage needed to avoid a waterlogged fate in the locker of his legendary nemesis.
At World's End Released: Beckett, now with control of Jones' heart, forms a dark alliance with him in order to rule the seas and wipe out the last of the Pirates. Curcio Pirate and the Slave Girl, The a. Vengeance du sarrasin, La Released: A Spanish nobleman Serato runs afoul of the cruel and bloodthirsty Saracen pirate Drakut Barker after being provoked into swordplay. The Spaniard is allowed to become a prisoner rather then being put to death, because he is an artist.
As a captive he is one among many, the others being a bevy of beautiful young women who are to be sold as slaves at the pirate's stronghold. How the longsuffering captive frees the girls, wins the love of the pirate's dangerous mistress, and faces him in a final duel to the death makes an exciting adventure film. The unusual casting of Barker as the vicious, brutal pirate along with Serato as the valiant, noble hero is a switch in roles that adds a filip to what otherwise would have been a standard entry in the pirate genre.
In this avant-garde drama, five main protagonists talk incessantly and occasionally scream at each other, while making it clear that verbal fights are going to lead to mayhem since they carry knives and guns to back up their angry outbursts.
At the core of this emotional whirlpool are Carol Maruschka Detmers and Alma Jane Birkin whose relationship is under stress because of the others, especially Carol's husband Andrew Birkin. By the time the dust settles along with old scores, the audience may feel too alienated to care.
Laure Marsac received a Cesar award for Most Promising Young Actress for her unnamed, secondary role as a young girl in this film.
Musical, Dance PK's Rating: Behrmann's The Pirate on Broadway, there were no musical numbers whatsoever. But with Gene Kelly and Judy Garland in the leading roles of the filmization of The Pirate, the MGM production staff would have been drawn and quartered had they not managed to pump it full of song after song.
The story is merely serviceable: Kelly realizes that the surest way to win Garland's heart is to impersonate the romantic buccaneer, and this is what he does--nearly getting himself hanged in the process. Cole Porter's marvelous score yielded only one bona-fide hit: Highlights include the magnificently staged "Mack the Black," a heady combination of Broadway glitz and Caligariesque nightmare.
While The Pirate was not a huge moneymaker on its first release, it has since been embraced by the cultists, who apparently can never get enough of Judy Garland. Short, Silent PK's Rating: Sadly, this film is presumed lost by the American Film Institute, and it is unlikely that a copy still exists today. Unknown, 10 Episodes Rated: Serial, 10 Episodes PK's Rating: In her second of four action serials, former Kalem star Marguerite Courtot played Gabrielle Hall, a plucky young girl who, after a chance meeting with Ivanhoe Tuttle George B.
Seitz, who also directed , gets involved with the search of a hidden treasure. The brash Ivanhoe, as it turns out, had been conned by a couple of crooks out to get their hands on what he considered a worthless treasure map.
The attractive Miss Courtot went on to make three serials with Seitz, an economic filmmaker in the best sense of the word, who went on to helm most of MGM's Hardy Family films. In The Pirate Haunts Released: Scenes from an expedition headed by Dr. Pirate Movie, The Released: Half a star Synopsis: I realize that I am going out on a limb with this statement, but in my humble opinion, this may actually be the worst Pirate film ever created An introverted girl who yearns for popularity Kristy McNichol attends a pirate festival in her seaside community, featuring a swordplay demo led by a curly haired hunk Christopher Atkins.
After selecting Mabel McNichol to participate in the act, the instructor invites her aboard his boat for a real ride on the high seas -- at which point a gaggle of her catty acquaintances latches on for the trip.
Sent to get hamburgers for the outing, Mabel is "accidentally" left behind when one of her "friends" pulls the anchor prematurely. Determined not only to fit in, but to track down her dream guy, Mabel steers a tiny sailboat into stormy waters in pursuit, and gets shipwrecked.
Thus begins a fantasy in which the unconscious Mabel imagines herself in a real pirate adventure, complete with her dashing pirate hero, a legion of his crusty shipmates, and dozens of unwed sisters who must rise to the altar before she can.
The tendency of this evidence goes in two directions: First, Thales seems to engage in activities that would be consistent with any other Milesian engaged in business. The story about him going to Egypt, although later assimilated to fabulous stories about Greeks learning the mysteries of the Egyptians who don't seem to have had any such mysteries, and would not have been teaching them to Greeks anyway , is perfectly conformable to what many Greeks actually were doing in Egypt, i.
Indeed, the Greeks had another basic export besides olive oil and wine, and that was warriors. Since the Greek cities fought among themselves all the time, the occasional peace left many of them seeking to continue the wars by other means. Indeed, the kings relied so heavily on Greek mercenaries, and there were so many Greek traders swarming over Egypt, that considerable tensions arose. The Egyptians basically didn't like foreigners, and the Greeks, although awed by Egypt, also found the Egyptians more than a little strange and ridiculous.
Their references to things Egyptian were sometimes mocking: As a colony, Naucratis was a little unusual, existing under the sovereignty of Egypt, and also because several Greek cities joined in the founding. As it happened, Miletus was one of the founders of Naucratis. The degree of involvement with Miletus in Egypt thus makes it more than probable that Thales, engaged in the ordinary business of his fellow citizens, would have found himself there, probably more than once.
This is then consistent with the story of Thales discovering how to measure the height of the pyramids [ note ] -- and also with the story of Thales learning navigational techniques from the Phoenicians. Since the Phoenicians were secretive about their affairs, especially to rivals, this reinforces the report, mentioned already, that Thales was of Phoenician derivation. The second insight into Thales's activities comes from the account of his work for King Alyattes of Lydia.
A dreamer who goes around falling into wells does not sound like someone to hire for military engineering projects; but that is the account from Herodotus that we have of Thales, who is supposed to have actually diverted a river around behind the Lydian army so that it could avoid too deep a ford.
The war between the Medes and the Lydians, during which Thales accompanied the Lydian king, also provides us with the one solid date that we have for Thales's life. That is because the climactic battle between the Medes and Lydians, at which Thales would have been present, was stopped by a total eclipse of the sun. The date of the eclipse can now be calculated precisely: The path of the eclipse can even be inspected using computer software on home computers.
The eclipse, indeed, was later said to have been predicted by Thales. That is clearly impossible. To predict an eclipse, one must know what an eclipse is -- the moon getting in the way of the sun -- and no Greek knew that for some time to come; and one must have records of eclipses for some centuries to understand the relationship of the moon's orbit to the ecliptic the apparent path of the sun in the sky -- the Greeks had no such records perhaps until the Pythagoreans.
Although Thales could not have predicted the eclipse, it could have been predicted at the time -- by the Babylonians. Consequently, if the story about Thales was not made up out of whole cloth, the only explanation is that he heard , perhaps on his travels, that there was going to be an eclipse. The Babylonian priests were in the habit of publicly announcing astronomical events, as the priests in Jerusalem also announced things like the beginning of the month and occurrence of Passover; but, in the absence of newspapers, radio, wire services, CNN, etc.
If Thales heard of the prediction, and then reported it back home, it may not have been remembered that he merely reported, rather than originated, the story. The overall impression of Thales then is more of a man of affairs, sometimes very serious affairs e.
But if that was the case, why would the story about Thales and the olive presses have been told in the first place?
Because, indeed, such disdain for money would be characteristic of later Greek philosophy. Where Socrates was simply unconcerned with the ordinary commercial life of Athens, while he flourished right in the middle of it, philosophers like Plato and Aristotle had become actively hostile to it and removed their own activities to closed schools outside the walls of Athens.
Only one great school of philosophy, Stoicism , remained in the marketplace, taking its name from the characteristic open-faced building, often called a "porch," a , stoa , that was to be found there, and in one of which Zeno of Citium established himself. Plato distrusted commerce, detested democracy, and also came to believe that teaching philosophy to just anyone was dangerous.
A tradition of ethical argument arose that questioned whether engaging in trade was even moral, since merchants did not produce their commodities and so did not contribute to their intrinsic value. Some philosophers, indeed, perceived that the value of products also depended on their location , so that trade was useful in moving things to where they were needed or wanted; but then someone like Plato was also distrustful of that service, since a lot of superfluous trade goods could engender "unnecessary desires" and distract people from their duties and more sober pursuits.
But as late as the 5th century, St. Augustine was still advising that trade was not a profession that could be practiced without moral harm. Comparing Athens and Sparta, a philosopher like Plato was unmistakably a Spartan sympathizer. Yet even he realized there was a problem: Plato realized that philosophy had no place there, and he was concerned lest the rulers in his ideal Republic exhibit those characteristics. So Plato never tried to sell his thought at Sparta. He did entertain a hope, however, that if a tyrant could be "converted" to philosophy, then his ideas would be implemented.
During one trip there, however, in , Plato so infuriated Dionysius, evidently, that he was sold into slavery and had to be redeemed by his friends and family. Naturally, he gave up on tyrants after that experience. So, although Plato had no love for the democracy at Athens, he "voted with his feet," as they say, in its favor. The attitudes in Greek philosophy towards Athens and Sparta, as well as sympathies and actions comparable to those of Plato, can also be seen in the Twentieth Century.
Henry Kissinger , President Nixon's foreign policy adviser and later Secretary of State, is supposed to have remarked once, privately, that the United States was liable to lose the Cold War to the Soviet Union in the same way and for the same reasons that Athens lost the Peloponnesian War to Sparta. While America, presumably, was enervated by the political squabbling characteristic of democracy and by the crass materialism of capitalistic consumerism, the Soviet Union was lean, disciplined i.
Spartan , morally upright no pornography or gay rights demonstrations there , unified, and remorselessly purposful [ note ]. At the same time, it was not uncommon in the United States for leftist academics and intellectuals to harbor much admiration for the Soviet Union, or later for Communist China, Cuba, Vietnam, or Nicaragua, despite widespread knowledge of the police state apparatus of those regimes, of the mass murders, slave labor camps, torture, brainwashing, false confessions, etc.
Nevertheless, like Plato, most sympathizers voted with their feet to stay in the United States [ note ]. Despite the Fall of Communism, much disdain for commercial democracy remains. As Greek philosophy never came to appreciate the social, political, and economic context in which it originated, grew, and thrived, many modern intellectuals continue to despise the very kind of society in which they are uniquely to be found -- uniquely in great measure because the kind of society they evidently want would actually not allow them to express their own opinions, or to subsidize such expression so lavishly, either at state expense e.
So, although the Soviet Union is gone, like Sparta, and its vast experiment in common ownership and economic planning failed utterly, as well as being drenched in the blood of its victims, one would hardly know this listening to contemporary leftists and Marxists.
The planning of a command economy still sounds like the wave of the future to them. Ironically, Marx himself may provide the best key to this phenomenon: Intellectuals may like the idea of command and control for a society and for an economy because they see themselves in control.
Not surprisingly, Plato thinks that the problem of politics is that the wrong people are in charge , and the rulers in his ideal Republic are people like him. Intellectuals have a "class interest" which means a self-interest -- for people who otherwise say they detest "self-interest" in promoting this idea.
They see their own lofty achievements as entitling them to the rule of others -- a self-interest now described by the theory of rent-seeking. In this way, the crypto-socialist economist John Kenneth Galbraith fulminated against advertising as producing, just as Plato would have said, "unnecessary desires. This kind of arrogance will soon probably produce the prohibition of tobacco, as it disastrously produced Prohibition of alcohol in the 20's.
But one of the clearest lessons of the Twentieth Century is that this self-serving fantasy of rule by Academia is the most bitter folly: Absolute power, once unleashed, slips from the hands of timid professors and is seized by ruthless monsters like Lenin, Hitler, Stalin, Castro, etc.
The intellectuals get silenced, killed, or, almost worse, become fawning mouthpieces for tyranny. Too many intellectuals were already mouthpieces for tyranny, even when they didn't need to be, as when the New York Times reporter, Walter Duranty, received a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on Stalinist Russia, even while he was helping to suppress the truth about Stalin's terror famine in the Ukraine -- the starving to death of millions of peasants perhaps 5 million just because they had been too successful on their private farms.
Success made them class enemies, "Kulaks. Indeed, it is a distressing and sobering new truth of history, little suspected before our time, that a vast educated class may, by its very nature, be hostile to freedom, democracy, and the creation of wealth for everyone -- though China was similarly ill served by the scholar Mandarins.
The truth is not enough. As Thomas Jefferson said, "All know the influence of interest on the mind of man, and how unconsciously his judgment is warped by that influence. It should be no surprise to then see the educated promoting ignorance and the free promoting tyranny , all in the hope that power will fall to them.
They will, indeed, derive no benefit should their ambitions be realized, but by then it will be too late for benefit to anyone else. Moravcsik, Dumbarton Oaks Texts, , , p. You are not Romans, but Lombards! The Greeks have been known by many names, depending on who was referring to them and when.
The Romans, however, ended up with their own words. The names in English clearly derive from Latin, but it is not clear where the Latin words have come from. While Smyth says that this "is borrowed from Latin," it is not clear why Aristotle would know about a Latin word or have any reason to borrow it.
Smyth says these were "the first Hellenes of whom the Romans had knowledge. There is no telling how the Romans really latched onto this name.
South or east of Greece, we find names that derive from , Ionia , where Greek philosophy began. In Egyptian, we find. The Egyptians normally didn't write vowels, but we have Demotic writings of this name with the group, which looks like it is used for the long vowel "i," especially when this often at the end of words, making adjectives, just as Arabic does with.
This is confirmed when we get a version later in Coptic , , Weinin , which fits the consonsants and that vowel [ note ]. And, far off in India, in Sanskrit "Greek" was Yavana ,. Yavanapura , , the "City of the Greeks," seems to have been the name for Alexandria , Egypt. Curiously, would later be used even for Muslims, after they invaded India in Ionic is one of the basic dialects of Greek, and the name is also associated with one of the canonical styles of architecture, the Ionic Order , which is more delicate than the Doric but still less elaborate than the Corinthian.
The consonant "h" had simply been lost in Ionic, as it is in Modern Greek. On the map we see the ten original cities of Ionia, plus Smyrna, an Aeolic city that later joined them. The names of early Greek philosophers can be associated with several of these cities. The Mediaeval Greeks were thus, to themselves and to others, Romans. Historians may mention this, but -- except for Anthony Kaldellis -- they never follow the usage and appear not to take it seriously -- Julius Caesar, now that's a Roman , not people like Justinian who codified Roman Law or Nicephorus Phocas see epigraph.
The Empire was itself Romania , in Latin, or , in Greek, names used since at least the 4th century but generally not mentioned by historians, not even Byzantinists except Kaldellis.
Once there were German Emperors, beginning with Charlemagne , in the West, legitimized by the Pope , they began to think of themselves as "Romans" as in the Sanctum Imperium Romanum , the "Holy Roman Empire" and to dismiss the Emperors in Constantinople as "Greeks" or even insultingly as Graeculi , "Greeklings" or "Little Greeks" singular Graeculus. When they felt like being more diplomatic, however, they might use a name transcribed from back into Latin, as Romaei singular Romaeus or Romei singular Romeus.
The Emperor of the Romans could not really object to being called the Imperator Romaeorum. Yes, Romeo, as in Romeo and Juliet. Had Romeo been to Rome? Or had his name already become detached from this usage? Because of the play, "Romeo" now usually means a kind of lover. Wallis Budge gives us two hieroglypic and two Coptic writings of "Greek. Faulker , and Bill Petty , do not have a word for "Greek," probably because it is from Late Egyptian.
The phonetic value of the "eye" glyph, , is with some kind of semi-vowel no one is quite sure what the value of the phoneme is and an "r.
The first hieroglyphic writing ends with determinatives for "foreign" and "land. The Coptic writings both clarify and obscure matters. The first one, , is clear enough. The "ou" digraph, as with Greek or the French "ou" in the same position , is read as a "w.
Our last clue here is that the double "n" in the hieroglyphic writing does indeed mean a double "n," separated by the vowel "i. We have two extra vowels here. What is going on? If they meaning anything, it must mean that we have more than one vowel, with a separation by a glottal stop, glide, or something.
And the "eei" may have a diphthong value that originally had in Greek but then lost. The third "e," in turn, may suggest the role of the glottal stop in the second hieroglyphic writing. I am tempted to suggest a new, combined hieroglyphic writing, as ; but, really, the matter must remain obscure.
Note 2 Although widely distributed around the Mediterranean basin, Mediterranean climates are actually rather rare in the world. The most extensive area is the south coast of Australia. None of these places ended up with the other geographical and cultural attributes that put Greece and the Mediterranean in such historically important roles. Return to text The Origin of Philosophy: Be your own boss.
Don't get stuck behind a desk. We don't know how good Greek traders would have looked olive oil in the hair is not fashionable at the moment , but everything else certainly fits, and success did follow. Beldar Conehead takes Sinbad's advice.
He is self-employed as a driving instructor, where he is not behind a desk, and he only takes cash. It is not clear whether this is a legitimate, licensed business which pays taxes. Beldar's attempt at aquiring a stolden identity earlier in the movie has fallen through, and we see no attempt to duplicate its advantages.
Lichtheim argues rather awkwardly that the text is intended as a "satire" because the "scribal profession" never would have harbored "a contempt for manual labor so profound as to be unrelieved by humor. However, one does not have to have either contempt or respect to recognize that manual labor in an ancient society, with nothing in the way of modern medicine and when the average life-span was only about 35 years, was hard, merciless, and ravaging.
A text that begins "I have seen many beatings" must be expected to be offering a sober caution, if indeed there were "many beatings," which, as it happens, is undeniable. Why there is any particular dignity in getting beaten by tax collectors, or why a scribal writer would want to satirize it, is more than a little mysterious. No, the concern for the dignity of labor here is modern and editorial, if not Marxist, and the intention of the author of the text is clearly the very serious recommendation of scribal life, attended with reading, writing, and authority, over the hard labor and social subordination of other professions.
Note 5 The origin of the word "Phoenician" is a matter of interest. Krahmalkov, Brill, Leiden, , p. Latin Poeni for Cathaginians and the adjective Punicus look like they come directly from the Phoenician words. Phoinix , , in Greek is the noun, "Phoenician. The word could be seen as having a Greek adjectival ending, -ik- , and we might think the way to analyze it is as coming from an adjective Phoin-ik-os. But this will not do. Phoinix is a Third Declension noun, and we must analyze it as Phoinik-s , in the nominative, as it is Phoinik-os in the genitive.
A Greek adjective of Phoinix is actually Phoinikikos , , where the adjectival ending -ik-os goes onto the root Phoinik-. And we already see po-ni-ke in Mycenaean Greek. We thus must account for the extra consonant in the root. Phoinix may actually be a borrowing from Egyptian. The Fn portion of the root, of course, looks like it would correspond to the word in Phoenician, which may leave us wondering: If the Egyptian word was originally borrowed from Phoenician, where did the Egyptians get the third consonant?
As it happens, Phoenician phonology originally had a consonant kh , which was subsequently lost [Krahmalkov, p. It is possible that an earlier stage of the Phoenician language had that consonant in its root -- three consonsant roots are the norm in Semitic Languages -- which is where the Egyptians got it. It is also possible, of course, that the Greeks got to the Phoenicians early enough that they also got their third consonant directly from the Phoenician word; but since the consonant is not attested in written Phoenician, and the Egyptians were dealing with the Phoenicians two thousand years before the Greeks were when Phoenician was not written , they would have been in a better position to pick up long lost consonants.
While is puzzling for the extra consonant in the root, it is also used to mean "purple, purple-red, crimson," i. However, I don't understand the morphology of this alteration either. An infixed "i" may be part of some regular word formation, but I am unfamiliar with it. There are problems either way.
The geographic backbone of Phoenicia, Mount Lebanon, had the same name then as now: Lebanon Lbnn -- rendered by the Egyptians as Rmnn ,. This also became a Greek word for Egyptian papyrus , otherwise , probably traded by Byblos, and so, more commonly as biblos , a word for "book," or biblion ,.
Indeed, no papyrus grew in Phoenicia, so the Greeks, at least initially, certainly knew about the material as it was provided by Phoenician traders. Later, the Greeks went to Egypt and could buy their own papyrus, but the words of Phoenician original persisted. Note 7 The initial slope of the pyramid was not really too steep, at 54 o 27'44", even though the pyramid was finished at 43 o 22'. The angle of the Great Pyramid of Khufu would soon be 51 o 50'40"; and the pyramid of Khafre would have an angle of 53 o 10'.
Instead the Bent Pyramid suffered from problems with the developing technology: It was this combination of a lack of good mortar, carelessly laid blocks, and, most importantly, the unstable desert surface, that caused the structural problems. This was solved by flattening off the slope, resulting in the famous "bent" shape of the pyramid. In season 5, she reunited with Sydney and they begin dating. Portia Lin was shown as being sexual with men until episode 3x01, in which she hallucinates about another woman, a dead colleague, and kisses her.
In episode 3x10, it is revealed that Portia who used to be named Rebecca was in love with Dr. Irena Shaw and in a romantic relationship with her. Portia used the image of Irena to create the Android. He's seen making references to liking both male and female characters in the first and only season of the show, as shown in an episode where he tells a male performance evaluation board member that he could possibly be "the one", and another when he's talking to Dorian and John about talking to women in the dance club.
Once Upon a Time. In season one she was in love with Peter, who dies tragically. In season five episode " Ruby Slippers ", she reveals to Mulan that what she should have been searching for, instead of her pack, was someone like Dorothy Gale. Her True Love kiss awakens Dorothy from a sleeping spell and after this they become lovers. Blood and Sand Spartacus: Gods of the Arena Spartacus: After her husband is killed, she takes over the role of the town's mayor, wears her late husband's clothes, and becomes involved in a same-sex relationship with Callie Dunne.
She initiates a steamy encounter with a woman and her boyfriend at a bar, but mostly with the other woman. She has also been romantically involved with Cal, who fathered her daughter Kira. Was involved in a polyamorous relationship with Rudolph Valentino and Natacha Rambova.
Through the decades she has had many other lovers both male and female including Donovan, Tristan Duffy, Ramona Royale and her husband James Patrick March.
Mark is shown as being attracted to females and has sex with Bo Dennis , then as his friendship with Vex grows their relationship becomes romantic. Forms a relationship with Denny Blood in prison, but presumed bisexual.
Legend of the Seeker. She enters into a same-sex affair with her. Sally fell in love with two musicians, a man and a woman, and later had a threesome with them. Has dated a number of male characters, and one female character. Her actress, Lauren Collins, believes that Paige doesn't label herself, though she is often referred to in the media and by fans as bisexual.
Had affairs with Nadia Petrova, Sage and who knows who else. At a dance, Karolina hesitatingly kisses Nico and pulls back, but Nico reciprocated. In a later episode, Nico initiates their second kiss. That night, she and Karolina are seen together, spooning as they sleep. Eva never explicitly states her sexuality, but she was in relationships with men and she kisses several times Vilde Lien Hellerud.
The creator of the show confirmed she was bisexual. Once had a relationship with a woman which was briefly rekindled in the show's fourth season , she is married to Jack Hodgins , with whom she has a son. Her Mirror universe counterpart, Intendant Kira, is bisexual and shown surrounded by a mixed-gender harem.
She's eventually depicted being in a romantic relationship with her universe's Ezri Tigan. Was in a relationship with Danny Pink. Has a romance with Jane Austen who she refers to as a "phenomenal kisser". Queer as Folk US. Lindsay is in a partner relationship with Melanie Marcus, but had an affair with a man, Sam Auerbach, in season 4. She and Melanie break up because of it, but reconcile in season 5. Web television Sarah was married to a man, and was briefly engaged to a woman.
She describes herself as bisexual throughout the third season. Was in a long-term relationship with Santana , which culminated in a marriage, but have romantic relationships with Artie Abrams and Sam Evans through the series.
Ex-girlfriend of one of Jean Holloway's male patients, she becomes sexually involved with her. She and her husband Rudolph Valentino were both involved in a polyamorous relationship with the young Elizabeth Johnson. After Amy and her best friend Karma pretend to be in a lesbian relationship Amy realises she does in fact love Karma and begins to question her sexuality. Throughout the series she dates both men and women before entering a relationship with her childhood friend Sabrina.
In episode "Sympathy for the Goddess" season 2, ep 17 , Charlotte is delighted when a female searches her body from knees to shoulders. As Detective Chloe Decker conducts a full pat-down on Charlotte, she smiles and says "Oh, you're being incredibly thorough. Was involved in a decade long relationship with the Countess but later left her for a rapper named Prophet Moses. Was in a relationship with Tim at the beginning of the series but has relationships with women the rest of the series.
In "Michael's Gambit", the final episode of season 1, she describes Tahani Al-Jamil as "a hot, rich fraud with legs for days", then adds "Side note, I might legit be into Tahani. He mentions having had both boyfriends and girlfriends in the eleventh season's twentieth episode Don't Call Me Shurley. Eric was in a heterosexual marriage and had secret Gay relationships with Jimmy Sullivan and another man called Nicholas the latter is seen only in a photograph. Petra has been in relationships with both men and woman including Rafael Solano but is now dating a woman.
Mentions in passing that she had a second wife during the series 9 Christmas special. Although she has always dated men, she had a sexual relationship with her friend Tina Harrod.
Was romantically involved with Emily Fields. Engaged to a man at the beginning of series 1, but forms a relationship with prisoner Nikki Wade. He's in a relationship at the beginning with Michelle And he cheats on her with other women , but in an episode he shows sexual curiosity for his friend Maxxie Oliver. Fear the Walking Dead.
Confirmed bisexual by the actor. Robert starts having an affair with Aaron Dingle whilst engaged to Chrissie White. Their affair is exposed as Robert is outed, his marriage to Chrissie ends as him and Aaron enter into a relationship. Robert later confirms his bisexuality to Aaron expressing he had kept it hidden since being a teenager when his father had beat him for it.
Susan had an abusive boyfriend when the series began. Anna was the first LGBT character to be introduced onto the show. After she is done with him she shares a male one night stand with Bo , then initiates a friends with benefits relationship with her in Season 5. Had a brief relationship with Zoe Tate but is generally represented as a 'man's woman' or 'femme fatale' and has had many more relationships with men and been married more than once.
He has had relationships with men The most important with Navid although she had an affair with a girl named Gia. Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.
He has a purely sexual relationship with reporter Serina Belinda. Although later it is discovered that he has a masculine sexual exclave. Toni kissed Jughead, but later said she preferred girls. Hinted in earlier series', and confirmed in Series 9 in episodes 'Gregory's Beard' and 'Threeism', where Jeremy starts an affair with his current girlfriend Megan's boyfriend Joe, and discusses his sexuality openly with roommate Mark Corrigan. Dutch had romantic feelings for Nikki Taylor and Vasiliy Fet, as well as engaging in sex with both.
When asked, she described her sexuality as "I specialise in passionate, destructive relationships". BDSM submissive with a favorite dominatrix in Season 2, he has a sexual fantasy involving Mark in Season 5 and the two of them become a couple. Nyssa was in a same-sex relationship in the past. Villanelle is a psychopathic assassin.
Jake is currently married to a woman, Amy Santiago, but has been attracted to several men and has asked them out. Elise has had sex with men based on an emotionally detached physical necessity. She had never experienced instinctual attraction for anyone until she met Eryka Klein, and falls in love with her the first time Elise has felt this way about someone. Tyrell's sexuality has never been explicitly stated, but he often uses sex in order to reach his goals and seems pretty comfortable kissing and performing sex acts with both women and men.
He has a wife with whom he is implied to be sexually active in the first season of the show, and confesses his love for the main character of the show, Elliot Alderson, who is a man, in the second season.
It has been confirmed by the show creator Sam Esmail that he does indeed love Elliot. He married a woman but after their separation is dating "White Josh", even singing a song declaring himself Bisexual. Jackson was in a relationship with girlfriend Lydia Martin from seasons 1 to 3 before moving to London. Jackson returned to season 6 with his boyfriend Ethan.
Has a child with her boyfriend but forms a relationship with fellow prisoner Pat Kerrigan and intends to stay with her even after release. Most notable "bisexual" person, probably only, in contemporary Polish pop culture. Aaron is the series' first gay male character. The Ambiguously Gay Duo. Creator Robert Smigel confirmed that one of the characters is gay and the other straight but never specified which one of them.
The War At Home. Wesley and Lionel Huggins have a relationship in season two of the show. Has several relationships with men, including a relatively long-term on-and-off relationship with Kurt Hummel that ends with them getting married. Sean Saves the World. Extravagant and affectionate roommate of the protagonist. Although he started as Justin Suarez's rival, he ended up becoming his boyfriend. A male character written and frequently performed by actress-comedian Tracey Ullman.
The character was originally created for a comedy special and was later adapted for the HBO comedy series, Tracey Takes On Trevor works as a flight attendant; he fathers a child with a female co-worker season 1, episode "Family".
Publicly married to Margaery Tyrell but actually in a secret relationship with her brother Loras Tyrell. Margaery is aware of their relationship and is supportive. At the end of The Real Ghostbusters season 5 episode 9 it is confirmed that he is in a relationship with Demian. He is in a marriage of convenience with Alice, a lesbian who works as a Playboy Bunny.
The Closer Major Crimes. Young murder witness who lives with police captain Sharon Raydor. In the season two finalie, Rusty comes out as gay to Sharon and fears rejection. However, Sharon accepts him completely and makes it clear to him.
He later comes out to the Major Crimes squad near the beginning of season 3 to a complete lack of surprise and becomes open afterwards, trying and failing to date a coworker. In season 4, while trying to identify murder victim Mariana Wallace, Rusty meets her brother Gustavo "Gus" Wallace who becomes romantically interested in him. After initially resisting Gus' advances due to distance and his fears of Gus no longer liking him if they date, Rusty enters into a relationship with Gus.
Despite this, Rusty is shown to be uncomfortable with being gay, shying away from holding Gus' hand in public which causes them some problems. In "Off the Wagon", Rusty tells Gus he loves him for the first time and intends to spend his life with Gus, something that Gus reciprocates. Bradley Cooper Adam Scott. Wet Hot American Summer: Stuart and Freddie Thornhill have been together for almost 50 years.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He had an important relationship with Grant during the series. Hinted heavily that he was gay during season Character finally came out in season 7 to his best friend, Sue Heck.
After coming out as gay, Tony said that Brad was his boyfriend. Carl is a gay vampire. He shares a flat with his human boyfriend Dan until he accidentally kills him during sleep. The police is looking for him so Carl escapes to Brazil. Welcome to Night Vale. Al Corley Jack Coleman. Self-identifies as homosexual, but has relationships with both men and women. He is among the earliest Gay main characters included in an American television series. A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Talks about his love for Edward Nygma. Implied on several episodes. The Kids in the Hall. Most commonly appears as a commentator delivering monologues directly to the camera about gay culture; but he also appears in some multi-character sketches.
Character later revived in on The Colbert Report as a correspondent to the Winter Olympics. Corcoran, 'Corky' for short, is Roper's right-hand man. Openly displays feelings for Ghostfacers team leader Ed which is noted by Ed's best friend Harry who thinks its bad for the team. When Corbett's ghost is trapped in a loop of his own death, Ed is able to snap him out of it by telling Corbett he loves him though it is unclear whether Ed was telling the truth.
This is significant as it was earlier stated that the type of ghost Corbett was could only be reached on a rare occasion by someone they had a close emotional connection to in life. Although he had a false relationship with Ellie Nash, he ended up in a relationship with Dylan Michalchuk. Queer as Folk UK. At the end of The Real Ghostbusters season 5 episode 9 it is confirmed that he is in a relationship with Barnes. Introduced in November as a bellhop in the Salem Inn, he flirted with Paul Narita on several occasions.
He then played an important part in the developing gay love triangle involving Will Horton, Paul Narita and Sonny Kiriakis. With the change in head writers and the new writing regime axing the historic gay storyline, Derrick suddenly disappeared after mid-August, Steven Carrington's former boyfriend from New York City. He's romantically involved with Danny and later Jackson Whtitemore. Mit Herz und Handschellen. Despite his initial hostility, he ends up being Fernando's boyfriend.
Closeted Anglican curate in s England. Loves Daniel Marlowe, but he breaks Leonard's heart. TV's first regular gay character, he was a heroic lawyer who had several long running boyfriends and was in the groundbreaking Australian show for its entire five-year run from - In the second season it is revealed that he had a romantic and sexual relationship with Thomas Hamilton.
Show runners Robert Levine and Jon Steinberg continuously refer to Flint as 'gay' rather than 'bisexual'. Develops romantic feelings for his male best friend Connor Stevens early in the show. In season 2, after mixed signals and Connor coming out as gay himself, the two begin dating. For you " after his refusal to label himself nearly leads to a breakup and a conversation with his friend Cole, who is trans, about the power of labels.
In "Lucky", Jude goes as far as admitting to being in love with Connor who loves him back. Starts off the show a closeted year-old in a relationship with his married, much-older boss, Kash Karib. Later he starts a physical relationship with Mickey Milkovich, which develops through the series. Season 4 ends with both of them out of the closet.
He also had a short relationship with Lloyd, who was old enough to be his grandfather and Trevor. Web television Had a secret gay relationship with Jason Figueroa. Show creator Max Landis stated that before the series was cancelled he had planned a romance between Dirk and Lieutenant Assistent.
Violin player, had a short-lived relationship with main character Justin Taylor. At the end of the first season, Cyrus realizes that he's in love with his friend Jonah and comes out of the closet with his friends. Max's ex-boyfriend; they start dating again after they run into each other on Valentine's Day. An Inhuman who was revealed to previously have had a boyfriend. He arrives at the end of season 1 to make up a fake marriage arrangement with Nasreen Paracha to conceal their sexualities.
After having an affair with his law-partner Sol for 20 years they finally come out to their wives and children to get married to each other. Chandler Massey Guy Wilson. Psychiatrist who works with the Special Victims Unit; his sexuality is briefly mentioned. The first and main gay character of Glee. Finally he marries Blaine. He is in a secret love affair with Mr. Noblet, the history teacher. Help Me Help You. Samuel Josiah "Sammy Jo" Jones. Had an affair with year-old Ian Gallagher at the show's beginning.
Despite bullying Kurt, he kisses him, revealing his sexual orientation. Then he has a short romance with Blaine. In a long term relationship with Taako. Elias is married to Marigold but during his youth it was revealed that Elias was having an affair with Leslie, a man.
Held secretive feelings for his childhood friend Jace Wayland, who was initially oblivious, and straight. Later, Alec develops romantic feelings for and is attracted to Magnus Bane , which helped him come to terms with his sexuality. In a relationship with Magnus and recently confessed he loved him romantically, feelings which Magnus reciprocated.
Brian's boyfriend in Series 3. Is openly gay and was in a relationship with Ethan. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He had relationships with women in the first couple of seasons, but later he's noticeably attracted to men and has feelings for his best friend Dennis. In Season 12's episode "Hero or Hate Crime?
The Tracey Ullman Show. William, along with his partner, David Dan Castellaneta raise their teenage daughter Francessca Tracey Ullman together. Despite being profiled as the new love interest of Joey Potter, he ended up accepting his sexuality and starting a relationship with Doug Whitter. Has a relationship with Ian Gallagher, which begins as a "friends with benefits" relationship but develops into more.
Starts show in the closet, but later comes out because of the threat of losing Ian. A somewhat effeminate boy, he had an affair with a teacher but then he ended up being Miles Hollinsworth III's boyfriend. He was also dated during an episode with Vijay Maraj.
Despite her romance with Erin Silver, she ended up realizing her sexuality after a one-night stand with Ethan. The Sarah Silverman Program. The first love of long-time gay character Sonny Kiriakis one half of Days's gay "super-couple" Will and Sonny, the first married gay couple on a US daytime soap and a successful professional baseball player, Paul came to Salem in November, He was immediately loved by fans and became part of a frontburner storyline that included his coming out, discovering that he is the son of John Black Days of Our Lives an iconic long-term character and a love triangle between him, Sonny and Will Horton, which also involved the newly introduced fourth gay character on the show, Derrick.
Unfortunately, since head writers Christopher Whitesell and Gary Tomlin were replaced by Josh Griffith and Dena Higley, with their material starting to air in mid-August, Paul has appeared only a handful of times, and the frontburner storyline involving him, Sonny, Will and Derrick was axed by the new regime, which involved the killing of the gay legacy character Will, which led to a huge backlash from fans right before the show's 50th anniversary.
Jellineck, the art teacher. Has two serious relationships in the series, then marries Ben and adopts a teenager. Come Fly With Me. Colin is married to Simon Osborne. Simon is the husband of Colin Osborne. Was married to a woman, later it was revealed he is gay.
Despite his appearance as a joker and a soccer player, in the last episode he is caught kissing with a boy in the school showers. Though not explicitly gay in the book, Tony tells Clay he's gay on the eighth episode of season one.
Lady in the Dark. Web television Reveals to Piper Chapman he is proudly gay, and will not accept her flirty advances. Is open about his sexuality and is potentially in a relationship with Drew, a trans man. A famous actor in the closet, Hernando's secret boyfriend.
Samuels was in a relationship with Harrison Wilton, and had a one-night stand with Kai Anderson. After coming out as gay, Tony said that Ryan was his ex-boyfriend. Best friend of Rusty Beck in early season 4. During a conversation with psychologist Doctor Joe, its suggested that TJ is interested in Rusty romantically. Rusty confirms TJ is gay, but he is deeply closeted, having not told anyone besides Rusty or gone on a date with another guy.
In "Hostage to Fortune", after Rusty neglected their friendship too much due to his obsession with identifying Alice Herrera, TJ ended their friendship after thinking Rusty was asking him out for coffee instead of just asking for his help.
Philip is an openly gay teen who moves from NYC to a conservative small town to live with his foster parents. He also witnesses a triple homicide when making out his love interest, Lukas. Comes out as gay during the series. Before coming out, he kissed his best friend Jude Adams Foster, in the youngest same sex kiss in TV history. He also flirts with Jude a lot and sends him a lot of mixed signals before Jude confronts him, leading to their kiss. Following his coming out to his father, he is shown to be out to everyone, openly acknowledging his relationship with Jude in the season 3 premier "Wreckage" when confronted by a classmate and unhesitatingly declaring himself gay at an LGBTQ prom when asked for his sexuality.
In "Lucky" he instantly tells Jude he loves him too when Jude tells Connor he loves him. Always had a great sense of fashion, denied his sexuality at the beginning of the show, but later pseudo comes out by stepping onto the dance floor at a wedding with his boyfriend. Jimmy was the gay lover of Eric Slater Eric is bisexual. Justin McElroy has stated that Taako is gay on multiple occasions.
He is in a long term relationship with Kravitz. Has an on-and-off open relationship with the character Brian, many other sexual partners, and one short-lived romance with Ethan, a gifted violin player.
He is an artist, and was 17 years old at the show's beginning. Thomas fled Jamaica's homophobic persecution as a stowaway on Flight , intending to reunite with his boyfriend later. Freddie has been in a relationship with Stuart Bixby for almost five decades. They finally tie the knot in series 2. Ben is the flamboyant, openly gay front desk receptionist at the hotel. He is a main character, appearing in all four seasons of the series.
He had a lot of romantic relationships, finally marries Vince D'Angelo. Mitchell Pritchett's husband and Lily's adoptive father. Came out as gay in the third season and is in a long-term relationship with his boyfriend Even.
Son of Rex and Bree Van de Kamp, comes out of the closet, although his mother does not accept it. Erik van der Woodsen. Serena Van der Woodsen's little brother, had some relationships with men during the series. Openly gay protagonist who develops a relationship with lawyer Simon Reddington. Lukas is a closeted teen living in a conservative small town, who when making out with his love interest, Philip, witnesses a triple homicide. In season 4, the character of Gus is introduced as a young man searching for his missing sisters who meets openly gay protagonist Rusty Beck in his search.
During the course of the fourth and fifth seasons, Rusty and Gus fall in love with the two beginning a relationship and affirming their love for each other in season 5.
While never explicitly stated as gay, Gus only ever mentions men when talking about potential other dates and another character comments at one point that Rusty and Gus "bat for the same team" while they are having relationship problems and are forced to stay together for a long period of time.
The Book of Daniel. Appears to have an interest in male character Xander and expresses a possible interest in his friend Warren Mears. He also calls Johnathon Lenk "the cutest" at one point. In the comic book series, he comes out as gay after drinking a potion that makes him his "ideal man. He recognizes himself as gay despite being married to a woman. He has a relationship with Jack Samuels. Was in a relationship with Sara Lance. It is also strongly implied her father also passed her up on her inheritance because of her sexuality, and ensuing relationship with Sara.
Della and her girlfriend Binnie Roberts were the first lesbian couple to be featured in EastEnders. Their inclusion was an attempt to portray positive examples of homosexual characters. She enters into a romantic relationship with Robin.
She is a Playboy Bunny in a marriage of convenience with Sean, a gay man. Former girlfriend of Tara Chambler. One Day at a Time In season 1 episode 10, Elena is seen wearing a white suit for her quinces instead of a dress.
Earlier in the episode, she comes out to her mother, saying " I see myself loving a woman". Winter recognizes herself as a lesbian. She had a short relationship with Ivy Mayfair-Richards. Jojo is the partner of Sascha Kyte. Mentions accidentally killing her girlfriend. Lena was once involved with Jeannie. Carrie "Big Boo" Black. Orange Is the New Black. Web television She fell for Linda Ferguson. One of the most notable "lesbian" person, in contemporary Polish pop culture.
Friend of Sam and Dean Winchester who reveals herself to be a lesbian in her first episode, stating she can't flirt her way past a guard as he's not a girl. She later develops a crush on Dorothy Baum. At Home with the Braithwaites. Virginia had a long-term affair with Tamsin and was infatuated with Megan Hartnoll. Her partner is Maia Rindell.
She fell in love with Gabrielle in the Season 6 episode "The Rheingold".
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