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Terry and the Pirates (1940) was a Action - Black-and-white Film directed by James W. Horne .

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Master Fang: If I can make the god of the natives talk, I can control them through their superstition.
Dr. Herbert Lee: For what reason?
Master Fang: In some secret place in the Temple of the Dawn, there are stored all the treasures of a great civilization which prospered here thousands of years ago.
Dr. Herbert Lee: It was to uncover records of that civilization that I came here, but I am definitely not interested in treasure.
Master Fang: Nonsense, Doctor. We are all interested in obtaining great wealth. The Dragon Lady has the temple and I am not able to decipher the scrolls and tablets which undoubtedly lead to the treasure. That is where you come in.

Mr. Drake: I have another plan, and I think it will work.
Terry Lee: We'll try anything - won't we, Pat?
Pat Ryan: Anything as long as it promises action.

Mr. Harris [Chs. 1-3, 5, 10]: Pardon me, my name is Harris. Did you have any luck with the governor?
Pat Ryan: Yeah - all bad.

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