Black Sails (2014–2017)
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XXXI. 

Max runs afoul of the law. Rogers reckons with his past. Flint and Madi reach an understanding. Long John Silver makes his return.

Director:

Roel Reiné

Writers:

Jonathan E. Steinberg (created by), Robert Levine (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Toby Stephens ... Captain Flint
Hannah New ... Eleanor Guthrie
Luke Arnold ... John Silver
Jessica Parker Kennedy ... Max
Tom Hopper ... Billy Bones
Toby Schmitz ... Rackham
Clara Paget ... Anne Bonny
Luke Roberts ... Woodes Rogers
David Wilmot ... Israel Hands
Ray Stevenson ... Blackbeard
Zethu Dlomo ... Madi
Chris Larkin ... Captain Berringer
Craig Jackson Craig Jackson ... Featherstone
Lise Slabber ... Idelle
Anna-Louise Plowman ... Mrs. Hudson
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Max runs afoul of the law. Rogers reckons with his past. Flint and Madi reach an understanding. Long John Silver makes his return.

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Adventure | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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Film Afrika Worldwide See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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When the posse is searching with dogs in "the wrecks" for John Silver it is clearly seen that at one point they have at least one Belgian Malinois dog. This breed was not developed until the 1890's by the Belgian School of Veterinary Medicine as a group of herding dogs including the Tervuren, Malinois, Laekenois, and the Groenendael. See more »

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Wow. Just Unbelievable.
14 February 2017 | by baragon94See all my reviews

Black Sails once again gives Game of Thrones a run for its money in one of the show's best episodes to date. I don't remember watching anything like this; the combination of subtlety, dialogue, and sheer brutality of the events that transpire are parallel to none, save for Rains of Castamere. The writing is Shakespearean-esque, and equates to watching a novel in the form of a top production TV show.

I can't help but question the writers' decision in offing a major character so early in the season; it will be interesting to see how things play out after a somewhat underwhelming start. XXXI is a gem by itself however; one of the series' best offerings thus far.

Onward we sail...

P.S. Ignore the pretentious history buffs. This is not a documentary, nor does it proclaim itself to be. It's a TV show based on a CHILDREN'S BOOK which draws INFLUENCE from historical events. Stop picking your noses.


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