Captain Black Worm

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Heart Of Darkness - Plot Summary
... Aboard are four others the Director of Companies (the captain), the Lawyer ("the best of old fellows"), the Accountant (toying architecturally with dominoes), and Marlow (Char ... sailor for a bit." Marlow introduces the events that led to his appointment to captain a river-steamboat for an ivory trading company ... and there, now and then explosions of demolition, weakened native black men, that have been demoralized, in chains, literally being worked to death, and strolling behind them a white Company ...
Craig Charles - Filmography and Credits
... aired 14 February 1984 Lift Off Himself - interviewee BBC documentary 1985 Black on Black Resident poet Channel 4's first multicultural programme. 1986 Club Mix Resident poet Channel 4, entertainment-based successor to Black on Black 1986 Red Wedge Himself Stand-up comedy tour 1986-87 Wogan Himself -poet BBC1 ... guest Channel 5, pop music quiz 1997 Captain Butler Captain Butler Channel 4, all 6 episodes 1997 Bully Ha Bloody Ha Himself - interviewee BBC2 educational show discussing ...
List Of Monster Rancher Characters - Villains - Other Baddies
... Black Dinos - Although they appear to be smaller versions of carnivorous dinosaurs, the Black Dinos are reasonably intelligent and do not hesitate to use violence ... Captain Black Dino and his Black Dinos were the ones who pursued Genki, Holly, Suezo, and Mocchi ... There was a Captain Weed that was in charge of the Gangsters until he was killed by Lilim ...

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