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Captain Ron

Would-be seadog Short inherits old boat and sets sail for adventure in the Caribbean only to have sozzled captain Russell land the whole crew in deep trouble. Queasy ocean-going comedy, not helped by Kurt's Robert Newton impersonation.

Release details

Duration: 100 mins

Cast and crew

Director: Thom Eberhardt
Screenwriter: Thom Eberhardt, John Dwyer
Cast: Kurt Russell
Martin Short
Mary Kay Place
Meadow Sisto
Benjamin Salisbury
Paul Anka

Average User Rating

5 / 5

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Otto Banks

This movie has more than meets the eye, and is spiritual cosmos leaping for the main character Martin. Martin has developed an alter ego in the shape of who he wants to be. Oblivious to his boring life until he is almost struck by a skyscraper window, shocks him into the dual personality and finaly the main character of Ron Rico. Captain Ron ... boss. Later in the film this alter ego latches onto another new boat owner as he pulls from the dock and has not released his line, pulling the cleat from its permanent attachment, and the alter ego is born again with the new outing. A classic to be watched over and over for the carribean scenery. Not to be taken too lightly.

Otto Banks

This movie has more than meets the eye, and is spiritual cosmos leaping for the main character Martin. Martin has developed an alter ego in the shape of who he wants to be. Oblivious to his boring life until he is almost struck by a skyscraper window, shocks him into the dual personality and finaly the main character of Ron Rico. Captain Ron ... boss. Later in the film this alter ego latches onto another new boat owner as he pulls from the dock and has not released his line, pulling the cleat from its permanent attachment, and the alter ego is born again with the new outing. A classic to be watched over and over for the carribean scenery. Not to be taken too lightly.