Long John Silver is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.
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... Long John Silver the 23rd, a descendant of the original Long John Silver, leads a band of Space Pirates ... X-2 (who was trying to claim the Disappearo for Mars) to thwart him, but Long John Silver the 23rd got away ... Silver was voiced by John DiMaggio ...
... Character Actor/Muppeteer Description Angel Marie Bill Barretta (1996, 2009), John Kennedy (2005) An ugly green hideous monster who is one of the Pirates on board the Hispaniola that is a member of Long John ... Clueless Morgan Bill Barretta A humanoid goat who is one of Long John Silver's henchmen alongside Polly Lobster and Mad Monty ... as one of the pirates that is one of Long John Silver's henchmen alongside Polly Lobster and Clueless Morgan ...
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... Long John Silver is a 1954 United States film production made in Australia about the eponymous pirate from Treasure Island, starring Robert Newton as Silver and Rod Taylor as Israel Hands ... company went on to make a 26 episode TV series with the same actors, called The Adventures of Long John Silver ... had directed Treasure Island in 1950, with Newton as Silver ...
... A restaurant chain, Long John Silver's, is named after the character. ...
Famous quotes containing the words silver and/or long:
“When I from black and he from white cloud free,
And round the tent of Godlike lambs we joy,
Ill shade him from the heat till he can bear
To lean in joy upon our fathers knee;
And then Ill stand and stroke his silver hair,
And be like him, and he will then love me.”
—William Blake (17571827)
“As long as fathers rule but do not nurture, as long as mothers nurture but do not rule, the conditions favoring the development of father-daughter incest will prevail.”
—Judith Lewis Herman (b. 1942)