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The Mooncussers: Graveyard of Ships 

A young boy discovers the existence of a group called the Mooncussers - a gang of pirates that work at night and sends out false homing signals to ships at sea; the ships then crash on the shore, where they are looted by the gang.

Director:

James Neilson

Writers:

Iris Vinton (book), Lowell S. Hawley
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Oskar Homolka ... Urias Hawke
Kevin Corcoran ... Jonathan Feather
Robert Emhardt ... Mr. Wick
Rian Garrick Rian Garrick ... Dan Hallett
Joan Freeman ... Betsy Feather
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lee Aaker ... Willy
Nesdon Booth Nesdon Booth ... Mr. Henry
Paul E. Burns ... Mose
Robert Burton ... E.P. Hallett
Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Ted Jacques Ted Jacques ... Bill Stacy
Dayton Lummis Dayton Lummis ... Commissioner
Erin O'Brien-Moore ... Mrs. Feather
Tudor Owen ... Skipper of the Portland
Dub Taylor ... Fire Tender
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A young boy discovers the existence of a group called the Mooncussers - a gang of pirates that work at night and sends out false homing signals to ships at sea; the ships then crash on the shore, where they are looted by the gang.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 December 1962 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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History of the Kennedy family.
8 August 2017 | by pmelvinshyturtleSee all my reviews

This movie, along with "The Godfather" should be shown together whenever documentaries on the anniversary of JFK's assassination are trotted out. The Kennedy family were pirates, thugs and gangster's, only achieving legitimacy with Joe Sr's purchase of the presidency for his drugged out, horndog son. Otherwise, another ripping yarn by Disney, that makes being a criminal seem like jolly good fun.


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