Captain

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Jack Dyer - Captain Blood
... of Dyer as a pirate and a journalist dubbed him 'Captain Blood', after an Errol Flynn movie of the same name ... for two premierships in 1934 and 1943, one as captain and playing coach of the side ... His on-field characteristics were summed-up in the nickname "Captain Blood", which he received from cartoonist John Ludlow in The Age in 1935, after the title character in an Errol Flynn film of the ...
Indian Airlines Flight 814 - Hijacking
... recalled that a masked, bespectacled man threatened to blow up the plane with a bomb and ordered Captain Devi Sharan to "fly west" ... The hijackers wanted Captain Sharan to divert the aircraft over Lucknow and head towards Lahore ... Captain Sharan told the hijackers that they had to land in Amritsar, India ...
Kunio-kun - Characters - Nekketsu Kōkō Dodge Ball Bu
... Shinichi Kōji - In Kunio-kun Special, Koji is the captain of Nekketsu High's Soccer Team, but would later surrender his position to Kunio ... Mitsuhiro Heilman - Captain of the Iceland team ... Njomo - Captain of the Kenya team ...
Jack Dyer
... VFL Richmond premiership player 1934 Richmond premiership captain-coach AFL Team of the Century Richmond Team of the Century 100 Tiger Treasures "The Strong the Bold" Richmond Best Fairest 1932, 1937–1941 ... OAM (15 November 1913 – 23 August 2003), also known as Captain Blood (see below), was a prominent figure in Australian rules football during two distinct careers, firstly as a ...
Captain Debas
... In the religion of Vodou, Captain Debas (also Debard, Deebat) is a loa of the Guédé (or Ghede) nation of gods, and is sent by the Barons (Samedi, La Croix, Cimetière ... He possibly leads a legion of soul collectors to harvest souls, thus him being "captain" ...

Famous quotes containing the word captain:

    The night was thick and hazy
    When the “Piccadilly Daisy”
    Carried down the crew and captain in the sea;
    And I think the water downed ‘em;
    For they never, never found ‘em,
    And I know they didn’t come ashore with me.
    Charles Edward Carryl (1841–1920)

    I am not what is called a civilized man, professor. I have done with society for reasons that seem good to me. Therefore I do not obey its laws.
    Earl Felton, and Richard Fleischer. Captain Nemo (James Mason)

    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)