But with the seeds of the Professor's genius. Tomorrow, I'm delivering them to Baron Gruda personally. Aye, and if the plague don't, we will. This cargo will bring 50,000 gold florin from any rebels worth the name. It will be necessary to expose him to the crew first. You're cutting our throats, Pablo Murphy, not his.
Happens to us diplomats all the time. Spare the rod and spoil the child. I'll be rid of them soon enough. There's nothing in it for me. Actually, Cravat was given no dialog lines because of his thick Brooklyn accent. The first mate thinks he can undo Vallo, but his plan may fail. Sorry I be for this, mates.
Put in for a tankard of ale, a friendly word, and a chance to fight the King. How much are you asking for El Libre? If you'll forgive my impatience. They don't have a chance against Gruda's crack troops. Won't he hate paying for El Libre. If you'll forgive my pointing it out, Skipper. You are the wittiest man! If I did that you wouldn't need the guns I want to sell you. If thou art for it, it is not for the good of pirates.
Sanctus, one of them touched me! Pirate Captain Vallo captures the King's ship carrying His Majesty's envoy. That's right, sweet mother, with a bargain for El Libre. These peasant shapes are not to my taste. They won't be so playful when they wake up this time. You made a deal to sell us, and you can't do it. It's a short pull to shore. We got the plank, the culprit, and the verdict.
These methods will bring her round soon. I am not in love! I've a keg of rum aboard my boat. Professor, you'll go ashore later with Pablo Murphy and the guns. So much for the trial. Captain Vallo's lost his head as well as his heart. Any viewer with a drop of red blood in his veins and with fond memories of the school of derring-do should be happy to go on this last cruise of the crimson pirate.
We're flying the flag of Gruda. We're heading straight for them. What's the matter with you? Christopher Lee, in his autobiography, claims that director Robert Siodmak changed the original screenplay: The script started life as serious, nay solemn, but Robert Siodmak, the director, with all the sure touch of real tension behind him in and , took stock of the material in forty-eight hours and turned it into a comedy. I'll be back with El Libre tonight. Slimey, bring out the flags and run up that message I gave you. Meaning no disrespect to the Skipper, of course.
The Count always says the Queen wears the King out. Why, not at all, Humble Bellows, not at all. First you'll watch your people go one by one. Special envoy to His Majesty. Meantime, we got regular pirate business to settle.
What does the Queen wear when she goes out these days? Don't fall down with that. Too late to worry about it. When it's dark, we'll take them to the small boat. Wouldn't surprise me if you were El Libre himself. I'll keep my knife at Captain Vallo's throat.