The Black Pirates
|The Black Pirates|
|Directed by||Allen H. Miner|
|Written by||Fred Freiberger
Al C. Ward
Lon Chaney Jr.
|Music by||Manuel Díaz Conde|
|Distributed by||Kit Parker Films
|Release dates||Salvador Films Corp. 24 December 1954|
|Running time||74 min|
The Black Pirates is a 1954 adventure film made by Salvador Films Corp. about a band of Pirates scouring a small Central American town for a buried treasure. The movie was directed by Allen H. Miner and produced from a screenplay by Fred Freiberger and Al C. Ward based on the story by Johnston McCulley.
The tagline of the movie was "Wild Raiders of the Tropic Seas!". It was filmed on location in Panchimalco, El Salvador. Filming started in mid June, 1954 and the movie was released in December and distributed in Latin America under the title: "El Pirata Negro".
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