Blackbeard's Ghost (1968) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by Robert Stevenson and produced by Bill Walsh.
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Steve Walker: Our Shockley?
Captain Blackbeard: What manner of craft be this we're cruisin' in?
Steve Walker: It's an automobile.
Captain Blackbeard: Eh?
Steve Walker: An automobile!
Captain Blackbeard: Oh, is it? Yes. An "automotonus". Yes, "auto-some-o-nee-mones!"
[telling Steve Walker about Blackbeard's tenth wife]
Mrs. Stocroft: Aldetha was a witch, you know. She never forgave the Captain for denouncing her to the authorities. When they were burning Aldetha at the stake, she put a terrible curse on him. As the flames crept higher and higher, she screeched her dying words:
[raises her voice and startles Steve]
Mrs. Stocroft: "EDWARD TEACH, sometimes known as Captain Blackbeard, when you come to die, may your body and soul be racked between this world and the next, always to be alone! May this curse hold fast and true, may you be held forevermore in limbo, until such time as there be found in you, most wicked of all villains - "
Mrs. Stocroft: " - some spark of human goodness!"
Mrs. Stocroft: [in her calm, normal voice again] Well, good night, Mr. Walker. Sleep well! The dining room will be open for breakfast at 7:30 AM. Please be prompt.
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