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The Devil-Ship Pirates (1947) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Don Sharp and produced by Anthony Nelson Keys.

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The Bosun: [Referring to the Spanish attache] He's still alive!
Captain Robeles: Throw him overboard!

Sir Basil Smeeton: [Turning on Robeles, who wants his daughter as hostage] You'll have to kill me first!
Captain Robeles: If you insist!

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Double-billed with "The Invincible Seven."
According to Christopher Lee, Hammer had built a full-sized galleon in some sand pits on a steel structure under the water. Although warned not to have too many people on board at once, one day the tea boat was lifted onto a platform level with the water with too many people getting their tea. The ship capsized throwing most of the cast and crew in the water. Lee was on the poop deck and luckily managed to hold onto the rail. Thankfully no one was drowned or seriously hurt.
According to Christopher Lee (in 'The Films of Christopher Lee') in the final sword fight, "I was badly bashed about in that... I had a pretty tough fight on the deck of a ship and was bleeding all over the place."
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