Voyagers! (1982–1983)
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Old Hickory and the Pirate 

Pirates are everywhere as Phineas and Jeffrey must save Jean Lafitte from a piracy charge and help General Andrew Jackson win the Battle of New Orleans.

Director:

Peter Crane

Writers:

James D. Parriott (creator), Robert Janes | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jon-Erik Hexum ... Phineas Bogg
Meeno Peluce ... Jeffrey Jones
Andra Akers Andra Akers ... Lizzie Palmer
William Bryant ... Mr. Bundy
George Innes ... Black Bill Scroggins
James Carroll Jordan ... Jean Lafitte
Lance LeGault ... Andrew Jackson
Tricia O'Neil ... Annie Brown
Michael Bond Michael Bond ... William Clark
Bill McLaughlin Bill McLaughlin ... Merriwether Lewis (as William McLaughlin)
John Dullaghan ... Blind Man
Stacy MacGregor Stacy MacGregor ... 1st Soldier
Roger Rook Roger Rook ... 2nd Soldier
Ruth Britt Ruth Britt ... Maria
Robert Feero ... Scar
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Pirates are everywhere as Phineas and Jeffrey must save Jean Lafitte from a piracy charge and help General Andrew Jackson win the Battle of New Orleans.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 1982 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This episode takes place in three different settings: New Orleans, Louisiana on January 8, 1815, the Northwest Passage in 1803 and the Bahamas in 1798. See more »

Goofs

During the course of the Battle of New Orleans at the end of the episode, almost every shot - 14 in all - of the British troops as they advance and begin to fight has a small bluish spot in the lower left corner, probably as the result of a tiny pit on the lens being used for long shots that day. See more »

Quotes

Phineas Bogg: One good thing about swamps, they're soft.
Jeffrey Jones: Yeah, and foggy. Just how it's supposed to be. Is this the right date?
Phineas Bogg: [opens the Omni] January 8th, 1815 and it's red.
Jeffrey Jones: Maybe it's not Lafitte. Let's find out what's going on.
Phineas Bogg: It's going to be Lafitte. I know it is.
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Edited from The Buccaneer (1958) See more »

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In 1815 we took a little trip
4 March 2019 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

This Voyagers story brings Bogg and Jeffrey to New Orleans and the Omni isn't the only thing red. British troops are occupying the city and Andrew Jackson has lost the battle of New Orleans because Jean Lafitte brother of prominent New Orleans baker Pierre Lafitte who got hanged for piracy back in 1798 in Nassau in the Bahamas.

Now we know what went wrong with history and it's off to Nassau and 1798 to prevent Jean Lafitte from being hanged. In order to do that they have to prevent him from being shanghaied on to George Innes ship.

Doing the shanghaing are a couple lovely pirate groupies played by Andra Akers and Tricia O'Neill. Lafitte is played by James Carroll Jordan. Akers and O'Neill are deadlier than the male.

Lance LeGault makes an impressive Old Hickory. I think some of the battle scenes might be from Yul Brynner's film The Buccaneer.

Along the way Lewis and Clark get some road directions west.

All in all a good day's work for The Voyagers.


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