Black Jack (film)

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Black Jack, also known as Captain Blackjack, is a 1950 adventure film written and directed by Julien Duvivier and starring George Sanders, Herbert Marshall, Patricia Roc and Dennis Wyndham.[1] It tells the story of a man who uses his yacht to smuggle drugs tries to go straight, but finds it harder than he had anticipated. The English-language film was a co-production between France, Spain and the United States.



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