Captain Fury

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  • NR
  • 1939
  • 1 hr 32 min
  • 6.1  (316)

Captain Fury (1939) is a thrilling adventure film that follows the journey of a British navy captain named Michael Fury (Brian Aherne) during the Napoleonic Wars. The movie is set in 1803, and Fury's ship, the H.M.S. Fury, is tasked with intercepting French ships in the English channel. Along the way, Fury and his crew encounter a French frigate, and after a fierce battle, they manage to capture it.

The French ship is carrying a group of prisoners, including a French spy named Le Brun (Paul Lukas). Fury is ordered to transport the prisoners to Portsmouth, where they will face trial. However, Le Brun manages to escape and takes refuge at the home of a wealthy British woman named Lady Caroline (June Lang). Lady Caroline is attracted to Le Brun, and she agrees to help him escape to France.

Fury and his crew are informed of Le Brun's escape, and they are ordered to pursue him. Along the way, they encounter Lady Caroline's carriage and confront Le Brun. A struggle ensues, and Fury is injured in the process. Lady Caroline becomes distraught over Fury's injury and nurses him back to health at her mansion.

As Fury recovers, he and Lady Caroline grow closer. However, Fury is hesitant to pursue a relationship with her because he believes that his duty to the navy must come first. Meanwhile, Le Brun is plotting his revenge against Fury, and he manages to capture and imprison him.

Fury's crew sets out to rescue him, and after a dramatic battle, they manage to free him. Fury and his crew return to their ship, and they set out to intercept a French fleet that is planning to invade England. The final battle is a thrilling spectacle, with Fury and his crew fighting with all their might to defend their country.

Captain Fury is a well-crafted adventure film that delivers on both action and romance. Brian Aherne delivers a solid performance as the dashing Captain Fury, and he is supported by a strong ensemble cast that includes Victor McLaglen as his loyal first officer, and Paul Lukas as the cunning French spy. The film's period setting is also impeccably recreated, with stunning sea battles and gorgeous costumes that transport the audience back in time.

Overall, Captain Fury is a must-see for fans of classic adventure films, and it remains a timeless example of the genre.

Captain Fury is a 1939 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 32 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

Captain Fury
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    6.1  (316)