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Chapter II 

A few years of successful gun running and Joseph Armagh becomes a partner in the oil company of Ed Healey.

Director:

Douglas Heyes

Writers:

Taylor Caldwell (novel), Stephen Karpf (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Jordan ... Joseph Armagh
Blair Brown ... Elizabeth Healey
Peter Donat ... Clair Montrose
Charles Durning ... Ed Healey
Celeste Holm ... Sister Angela
Harvey Jason ... Harry Zieff
Joe Kapp ... Bill Strickland
Barbara Parkins ... Martinique
Joanna Pettet ... Katherine Hennessey
Pernell Roberts ... Colonel Elbert Braithwaite
Robert Vaughn ... Charles Desmond
Beverly D'Angelo ... Miss Emmy
Bernard Behrens ... Gentleman
Charles H. Gray ... Captain Calvin
Charles O. Lynch Charles O. Lynch ... Hotel Clerk
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A few years of successful gun running and Joseph Armagh becomes a partner in the oil company of Ed Healey.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 October 1976 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Pernell Roberts and Robert Vaughn
19 June 2017 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

The second chapter of CAPTAINS AND THE KINGS picks up at the start of the Civil War, Joseph Armagh (Richard Jordan) joining Clair Montrose (Peter Donat) in a spot of gun running with Colonel Elbert Braithwaite (Pernell Roberts), who cannot resist the generous graft for his certification. A year away and Joseph is back in the arms of the beautiful Martinique (Barbara Parkins), while his second hand man Harry (Harvey Jason) finds himself falling for Ed Healey's ward Miss Emmy (Beverly D'Angelo). His oil speculations are coveted by Healey so eventually the two agree to partner up, Joseph to receive one third of the profit for his efforts to consolidate the refineries, to the delight of railroad baron Charles Desmond (Robert Vaughn). Blair Brown is introduced as Healey's real life daughter Elizabeth, just returned from boarding school, sparking off a series of lustful events that leave the principals dazed and confused.


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