Yellowbeard (1983)

Overacting

Critical of the way his men are overacting in order to draw their enemies into a trap, El Segundo (Cheech Marin) is really stabbed and dies dramatically to great applause.

Directed by Mel Damski.

Released in 1983 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Pirate
  • action: Act
  • action: Stab
  • action: Bite
  • action: Clap
  • action: Shoot
  • action: Kill
  • action: Fall
  • editors-choice: Die Already!
  • editors-choice: Sword Fights
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Swashbuckler films
  • secondary-genre: Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Action & Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Action Comedies
  • mood: Goofy
  • mood: Violent
  • prop: Pistol
  • prop: Sword
  • prop: Knife
  • setting: Fortress
  • theme: Deception
  • theme: War
  • actor: Peter Cook
  • actor: Graham Chapman
  • actor: Michael Hordern
  • actor: Cheech Marin
  • director: Mel Damski
  • producer: John Daly
  • cinematographer: Gerry Fisher
  • composer: John Morris
  • editor: William Reynolds
  • costume-designer: Stephen Miles
  • production-designer: Joseph R. Jennings
  • role-name: Dr. Gilpin
  • role-name: Captain Yellowbeard
  • role-name: Lord Percy Lambourn
  • role-name: El Segundo
  • screenwriter: Peter Cook
  • screenwriter: Bernard McKenna
  • screenwriter: David Sherlock
  • screenwriter: Graham Chapman
  • year: 1983
  • studio: MGM