Captain Hudson

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My Bonny Light Horseman - Plot Introduction
... Much to their dismay, Captain Hudson and the officers accept her request and sail away ... Sebastian and Captain Hudson of the Dauntless ... Once Captain Hudson hears and sees of her talent, he has her paint him a portrait of his own ...
List Of Sea Quest DSV Episodes - Unproduced Episodes
... However, when the opposing ship launches a live torpedo at seaQuest, Captain Bridger discovers that the perpetrator's motives are part of a plan to expose Cuban war crimes from twenty years past ... to learn if his father has survived, Lucas disobeys Captain Hudson's orders and sets out to find him ... Depths of Deceit" Unaired/Unproduced 59 ... Captain Hudson's father becomes entangled in a coup d'├ętat by President Bourne to gain total control of Deon International, which has ...
Characters Of Sea Quest 2032 - Third Season Recurring Characters - Mason Freeman
... Larry ordered him to capture Captain Hudson and hold him hostage to further ensure that an iceberg in the Weddell Sea would not be destroyed by ... Hudson was able to overpower Freeman, but rather than send him to a UEO prison, he ordered Freeman sent back to Deon, to tell Larry that while he sent his best man, Hudson sent him ... not on speaking terms with Larry, Freeman shot his boss after Captain Hudson had arrested him, in order to stop Larry from incriminating Deon ...
Brave New World (sea Quest 2032) - Quotes
... Captain Hudson Engage that bastard ... Captain Hudson We didn't start anything ... Lucas The hell with seaQuest! Where's Captain Bridger?! What have you done with him?! Commander Ford (estimating how long to shake down seaQuest) Four to six months? Captain Hudson You've got two hours ...

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    I’m so happy to be here. Instead of in a hotel full of tourists. Like me.
    H.E. Bates, British screenwriter, and David Lean. Jane Hudson (Katherine Hepburn)

    So universal and widely related is any transcendent moral greatness, and so nearly identical with greatness everywhere and in every age,—as a pyramid contracts the nearer you approach its apex,—that, when I look over my commonplace-book of poetry, I find that the best of it is oftenest applicable, in part or wholly, to the case of Captain Brown.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)