Moby Dick (2011– )
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The crew of the sailing vessel Pequod finds itself under the mad will of the avenging Captain Ahab, whose need to slay the great whale Moby Dick has become a dangerous and impossible obsession.

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Mike Barker
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Hurt ... Captain Ahab
Ethan Hawke ... Starbuck
Charlie Cox ... Ishmael
Eddie Marsan ... Stubb
Gillian Anderson ... Elizabeth
Billy Boyd ... Elijah
Raoul Max Trujillo ... Queequeg (as Raoul Trujillo)
Daniyah Ysrayl ... Pip (as Daniel Gordon)
James Gilbert ... Steelkilt
Matthew Lemche ... Flask (as Matt Lemche)
Billy Merasty Billy Merasty ... Tashtego
Onyekachi Ejim Onyekachi Ejim ... Dagoo (as Onyekachi 'Lucky' Ejim)
Gary Levert Gary Levert ... Perth
Richard Donat ... Inn Landlord
Sandy MacLean Sandy MacLean ... Quaker Preacher
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The crew of the sailing vessel Pequod finds itself under the mad will of the avenging Captain Ahab, whose need to slay the great whale Moby Dick has become a dangerous and impossible obsession.

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Adventure | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 August 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The skyline (Halifax?) in the background of the San Diego and Point Mugu scenes is identical, yet the California locales are nearly two hundred miles apart. See more »

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Moby Dick Part 1
13 November 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

This first episode was dull, flat and boring.

Captain Ahab is shown as a stable family man at the beginning of this two parter. However once the ship Pequod is at sea, William Hurt hams it up as Captain Ahab. Mad as a box of frogs. Ethan Hawke does not even bother to keep up. In fact I was wondering what he was doing in this television series.

The Pequod is such as small ship I actually wondered if it could hold an ordinary sized dead whale nevermind the Great Whale Moby Dick that Ahab has been hunting since he lost his leg.

The CGI was rubbish, the production bordered on amateurish. At least the CGI Moby Dick at the end was made to look like a beast.


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