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=== KeystoneEssanay ===
Chaplin appearedwrote, directed, and starred in 3615 films for the [[KeystoneEssanay Studios|Essanay Film Manufacturing Company]], all produced by [[MackJesse Sennett]]T. Robbins. Except where noted, all films were oneare [[Reel#Motion picture terminology|reeltwo-reelers]] in length.
{| class="wikitable sortable" width="100%"
! width="12%" rowspan="2" scope="col" | Release date !! width="20%" rowspan="2" scope="col" | Title !! colspan="5" scope="col" | Credited as !! rowspan="2" scope="col" class="unsortable"| Notes
 
|-
! width="6%" | [[Film composer|Composer]] !! width="6%" | Producer !! width="6%" | Writer !! width="6%" | Director !! width="15%" | Role
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 February 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[Kid Auto Races at Venice]]''|| align="left" | [[The Tramp|Tramp]]|| align="left" | Released on a split-reel (i.e. two films on one reel) with an education film, ''Olives and Trees.''
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|91 February 19141915}} || align="left" | ''[[Mabel'sHis StrangeNew PredicamentJob]]'' || align="left"|| || [[The{{Yes}}|| Tramp|Tramp]]{{Yes}}|| align="left" | FilmedFilm beforeExtra but released after ''Kid Auto Races at Venice'', hence it was in this film that the([[The Tramp]]) costume was first used.{{sfn|Robinson|p=113}}
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|2815 February 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|night|[[BetweenA ShowersNight Out (1915 film)|A Night Out]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | MasherReveller ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Debut of [[Edna Purviance]]
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|211 March 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|filmchamp|[[AThe FilmChampion Johnnie(1915 film)|The Champion]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | The FilmAspiring JohnniePugilist ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1618 March 19141915}} || align="left" | ''[[HisIn Favouritethe PastimePark]]'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | DrinkerCharlie ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | One reel
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|41 April 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|starjit|[[TheA StarJitney BoarderElopement]]}}'' (1914|| film)|The| Star|| Boarder]]{{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}''|| align="left" | TheSuitor, the StarFake boarderCount ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|2011 April 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|tramp|[[TwentyThe MinutesTramp of(film)|The LoveTramp]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | Pickpocket ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|2729 April 19141915}} || align="left" | ''[[CaughtBy inthe aSea Cabaret(1915 film)|By the Sea]]'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | WaiterStroller ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | TwoOne reels. Co-writer: [[Mabel Normand]]reel
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|421 MayJune 19141915}} || align="left" | ''[[CaughtWork in(1915 the Rainfilm)|Work]]'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | Tipsy HotelDecorator's GuestApprentice ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|112 JuneJuly 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|fatalwoman|[[TheA FatalWoman Mallet(1915 film)|A Woman]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | SuitorCharlie / "The Woman" ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|119 JuneAugust 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|knockbank|[[The KnockoutBank (1915 film)|The Bank]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | RefereeJanitor (Considered by some to be [[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|204 JuneOctober 19141915}} || align="left" | ''[[Mabel'sShanghaied Married(1915 Lifefilm)|Shanghaied]]'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | Mabel's HusbandCharlie ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Co-writer: Mabel Normand
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|920 JulyNovember 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|night|[[LaughingA GasNight (1914in film)|Laughingthe GasShow]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | Dentist'sMr. AssistantPest ([[Theand Tramp]])Mr. Rowdy ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|118 AugustDecember 19141915}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|prop|[[TheA PropertyBurlesque Manon Carmen]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | TheDarn Property Man ([[The Tramp]])Hosiery || align="left" | TwoRe-issued reelson 22 April 1916, as an unauthorised four-reeler with new footage shot and assembled by [[Leo White]].
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1027 AugustMay 19141916}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|face|[[The Face on the Bar Room FloorPolice (19141916 film)|ThePolice]]'' Face|| on|| the|| Bar{{Yes}}|| Room Floor]]{{Yes}}''|| align="left" | ArtistEx-Convict ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Based on the [[The Face upon the Barroom Floor|poem by Hugh Antoine d'Arcy]].
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1311 August 19141918}} || align="left" | ''[[RecreationTriple Trouble (1918 film)|RecreationTriple Trouble]]'' || || || {{Yes}}|| {{Yes}}|| align="left" | Janitor ([[The Tramp|Tramp]]) || align="left" | ReleasedCompilation asassembled aby split-reelLeo White with ascenes travelfrom ''Police'' and an unfinished short, ''The Yosemite.Life'', along with new material shot by White. Chaplin includes this production in the filmography of [[My Autobiography (Chaplin)|his autobiography]].
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|27 August 1914}}|| align="left" | ''{{sort|masq|[[The Masquerader (1914 film)|The Masquerader]]}}''|| align="left" | Film Actor ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|31 August 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[His New Profession]]''|| align="left" | Charlie ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|24 September 1914}}|| align="left" | ''{{sort|new|[[The New Janitor]]}}''|| align="left" | Janitor ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|10 October 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[Those Love Pangs]]''|| align="left" | Masher ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|26 October 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[Dough and Dynamite]]''|| align="left" | Waiter ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels. Co-writer: [[Mack Sennett]]
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|29 October 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[Gentlemen of Nerve]]''|| align="left" | Impecunious Track Enthusiast ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 November 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[His Musical Career]]''|| align="left" | Piano Mover ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|9 November 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[His Trysting Place]]''|| align="left" | Husband ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|5 December 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[Getting Acquainted]]''|| align="left" | Spouse ([[The Tramp]]) ||
|-
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 December 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[His Prehistoric Past]]''|| align="left" | Weakchin ([[The Tramp]])|| align="left" | Two reels
|-
|}
 
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
|-
! Media
! Title !! Released
! Country !! Director !! Notable cast !!Notes
|-
| Short film
|''[[L'Honneur du corsaire]]''
|1908
|
|[[Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset]]
|[[Charles Krauss]]
|
|-
| Short film
|''[[The Pirate's Gold]]''
|1908
|
|[[D. W. Griffith]]
|[[George Gebhardt]], [[Linda Arvidson]], [[Charles Inslee]]
|
|-
| Serial (3 parts)
|''[[Morgan le pirate]]''
|1909
|
|[[Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset]]
|[[Jean-Marie de l'Isle]]
|
|-
| Short film
|''Blackbeard''
|1911
|
|[[Francis Boggs]]
|[[Sydney Ayres]], [[Hobart Bosworth]]
| Film about [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
|-
| Short film
|''[[Treasure Island (1912 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1912
|
|[[J. Searle Dawley]]
|[[Addison Rothermel]], [[Ben F. Wilson]], [[Charles Stanton Ogle|Charles Ogle]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
| Short film
|''[[Pirate Gold (1913 film)|Pirate Gold]]''
|1913
|
|[[Wilfred Lucas]]
|[[Blanche Sweet]], [[Charles Hill Mailes]], [[J. Jiquel Lanoe]]
|
|-
|Documentary
|''[[The Footsteps of Capt. Kidd]]''
|1915
|
|[[Rex Beach]], [[Edward A. Salisbury]]
|
|
|-
|Documentary
|''[[On the Spanish Main]]''
|1915
|
|[[Rex Beach]], [[Edward A. Salisbury]]
|
|
|-
|Documentary
|''[[Pirate Haunts]]''
|1915
|
|[[Rex Beach]], [[Edward A. Salisbury]]
|
|
|-
|Short film
|''[[A Submarine Pirate]]''
|1915
|
|[[Charles Avery]], [[Sydney Chaplin]]
|[[Sydney Chaplin]], [[Wesley Ruggles]]
|Submarine piracy. Set in modern times.
|-
|[[Animated comedy]] [[short film|short]]
|''[[Colonel Heeza Liar and the Pirates]]''
|1916
|
|[[John Randolph Bray]]
|
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Daphne and the Pirate]]''
|1916
|
|[[Christy Cabanne]]
|[[Lillian Gish]], [[Elliott Dexter]], [[Walter Long (actor)|Walter Long]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Sea Panther]]''
|1918
|
|[[Thomas N. Heffron]]
|[[William Desmond (actor)|William Desmond]], [[Mary Warren (actress)|Mary Warren]], [[Jack Richardson (actor)|Jack Richardson]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1918 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1918
|
|[[Chester M. Franklin]], [[Sidney Franklin (director)|Sidney Franklin]]
|[[Francis Carpenter (actor)|Francis Carpenter]], [[Virginia Lee Corbin]], [[Violet Radcliffe]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Störtebeker (1919 film)|Störtebeker]]''
|1919
|
|Ernst Wendt
|
| Film about [[Klaus Störtebeker]] ({{circa|1360}} – 1401), set in the North Sea and Baltic Sea
|-
|
|''[[Jolanda, la figlia del Corsaro Nero]]''
|1920
|
|[[Vitale De Stefano]]
|[[Anita Faraboni]]
|Based on ''[[Yolanda, the Black Corsair's Daughter]]''
|-
|Film serial
|''[[Pirate Gold (1920 serial)|Pirate Gold]]''
|1920
|
|[[George B. Seitz]]
|[[Marguerite Courtot]], [[George B. Seitz]], [[Frank Redman]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1920 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1920
|
|[[Maurice Tourneur]]
|[[Shirley Mason (actress)|Shirley Mason]], [[Josie Melville]], [[Al W. Filson]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Black Corsair (1921 film)|The Black Corsair]]''
|1921
|
|[[Vitale De Stefano]]
|[[Rodolfo Badaloni]]
|Based on ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[Cold Steel (1921 film)|Cold Steel]]''
|1921
|
|[[Sherwood MacDonald]]
|[[J. P. McGowan]], [[Kathleen Clifford]], [[Stanhope Wheatcroft]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Il figlio del corsaro rosso (1921 film)|Il figlio del corsaro rosso]]''
|1921
|
|[[Vitale De Stefano]]
|
|Based on ''[[Son of the Red Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[La regina dei Caraibi (film)|La regina dei Caraibi]]''
|1921
|
|[[Vitale De Stefano]]
|[[La Bella Argentina]], [[Rodolfo Badaloni]]
|Based on ''[[The Queen of the Caribbean]]''
|-
|
|''[[Gli ultimi filibustieri (1921 film)|Gli ultimi filibustieri]]''
|1921
|
|[[Vitale Di Stefano]]
|[[Riccardo Tassani]]
|Based on the sequel novels of ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|Film serial
|''[[Captain Kidd (1922 film)|Captain Kidd]]''
|1922
|
|[[Burton L. King]], [[J. P. McGowan]]
|[[Eddie Polo]], [[Kathleen Myers]], [[Leslie Casey]]
|
|-
|Film serial
|''[[Le Fils du Flibustier]]''
|1922
|
|[[Louis Feuillade]]
|[[Aimé Simon-Girard]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Masters of the Sea (film)|Masters of the Sea]]''
|1922
|
|[[Alexander Korda]]
|[[Victor Varconi]]
|Set in modern times
<!--"The Social Buccaneer" (1923) is not a pirate film-->
|-
|
|''[[The Buccaneers (1924 film)|The Buccaneers]]''
|1924
|
|[[Mark Goldaine]], [[Robert F. McGowan]]
|[[Joe Cobb]], [[Jackie Condon]], [[Mickey Daniels]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Captain Blood (1924 film)|Captain Blood]]''
|1924
|
|[[David Smith (director)|David Smith]]
|[[J. Warren Kerrigan]], [[Jean Paige]], [[Charlotte Merriam]]
|Based on ''[[Captain Blood (novel)|Captain Blood]]''
|-
|
|''[[Peter Pan (1924 film)|Peter Pan]]''
|1924
|
|[[Herbert Brenon]]
|[[Betty Bronson]], [[Ernest Torrence]], [[George Ali]]
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Sea Hawk (1924 film)|The Sea Hawk]]''
|1924
|
|[[Frank Lloyd]]
|[[Milton Sills]], [[Enid Bennett]]
|Based on ''[[The Sea Hawk]]'', set in the [[Elizabethan era]] in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[Clothes Make the Pirate]]''
|1925
|
|[[Maurice Tourneur]]
|[[Leon Errol]], [[Dorothy Gish]], [[Nita Naldi]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Peter the Pirate]]''
|1925
|
|[[Arthur Robison]]
|[[Paul Richter]], [[Aud Egede Nissen]], [[Rudolf Klein-Rogge]]
|Set in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[Satan's Sister]]''
|1925
|
|[[George Pearson (filmmaker)|George Pearson]]
|[[Betty Balfour]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|Film serial
|''Surcouf''
|1925
|
|[[Luitz-Morat]]
|[[Jean Angelo]]
|Film about [[Robert Surcouf]] (1773 – 1827), set in the [[Napoleonic Wars]]
|-
|Also known as ''The Black Buccaneer''
|''[[The Black Pirate]]''
|1926
|
|[[Albert Parker (director)|Albert Parker]]
|[[Douglas Fairbanks]], [[Billie Dove]], [[Anders Randolf]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Breed of the Sea]]''
|1926
|
|[[Ralph Ince]]
|[[Ralph Ince]], [[Margaret Livingston]], [[Pat Harmon]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Eagle of the Sea]]''
|1926
|
|[[Frank Lloyd]]
|[[Florence Vidor]], [[Ricardo Cortez]]
| Film about [[Jean Lafitte]] ({{circa|1780}} – {{circa|1823}})
|-
|Also known as ''Sons of the Sea''
|''[[Old Ironsides (film)|Old Ironsides]]''
|1926
|
|[[James Cruze]]
|[[Charles Farrell]], [[Esther Ralston]], [[Wallace Beery]]
|Set in the Mediterranean Sea, in the early 19th century
|-
|
|''[[The Road to Romance]]''
|1927
|
|[[John S. Robertson]]
|[[Ramon Novarro]], [[Marceline Day]], [[Marc McDermott]]
|Based on ''[[Romance (novel)|Romance]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Beautiful Corsair]]''
|1928
|
|[[Wladimiro De Liguoro]]
|[[Rina De Liguoro]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The First Kiss (American film)|The First Kiss]]''
|1928
|
|[[Rowland V. Lee]]
|[[Fay Wray]], [[Gary Cooper]], [[Lane Chandler]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Modern Pirates]]''
|1928
|
|[[Manfred Noa]]
|[[Jack Trevor]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[The Delightful Rogue]]''
|1929
|
|[[Leslie Pearce]]
|[[Rod La Rocque]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|Film serial
|''[[The Pirate of Panama]]''
|1929
|
|[[Ray Taylor (director)|Ray Taylor]]
|[[Jay Wilsey]], [[Natalie Kingston]], [[Al Ferguson]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Hell Harbor]]''
|1930
|
|[[Henry King (director)|Henry King]]
|[[Lupe Vélez]], [[Jean Hersholt]], [[John Holland (actor, 1899–1971)|John Holland]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Corsair (film)|Corsair]]''
|1931
|
|[[Roland West]]
|[[Chester Morris]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|Film serial
|''[[Pirate Treasure]]''
|1934
|
|[[Ray Taylor (director)|Ray Taylor]]
|[[Richard Talmadge]], [[Lucille Lund]], [[Walter Miller (actor)|Walter Miller]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1934 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1934
|
|[[Victor Fleming]]
|[[Wallace Beery]], [[Jackie Cooper]], [[Lionel Barrymore]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Captain Blood (1935 film)|Captain Blood]]''
|1935
|
|[[Michael Curtiz]]
|[[Errol Flynn]], [[Olivia de Havilland]], [[Basil Rathbone]], [[Lionel Atwill]]
|Based on ''[[Captain Blood (novel)|Captain Blood]]''
|-
|
|''[[China Seas (film)|China Seas]]''
|1935
|
|[[Tay Garnett]]
|[[Clark Gable]], [[Jean Harlow]], [[Wallace Beery]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Naughty Marietta (film)|Naughty Marietta]]''
|1935
|
|[[Robert Z. Leonard]], [[W. S. Van Dyke]]
|[[Jeanette MacDonald]], [[Nelson Eddy]]
|Musical
|-
|This was a pirate-themed [[variety show]] held of [[Santa Catalina Island, California|Catalina Isle]] which starred a number Hollywood comics.
|''[[Pirate Party on Catalina Isle]]''
|1935
|
|
|[[Charles Rogers (actor)|Charles 'Buddy' Rogers]], [[Sterling Young]], [[The Fanchonettes]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Captain Calamity (film)|Captain Calamity]]''
|1936
|
|[[John Reinhardt (filmmaker)|John Reinhardt]]
|[[Marian Nixon]], [[George F. Houston|George Houston]], [[Vince Barnett]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Dancing Pirate]]''
|1936
|
|[[Lloyd Corrigan]]
|[[Charles Collins (actor)|Charles Collins]], [[Frank Morgan]], [[Steffi Duna]]
|Musical comedy. Set in the 1820s.
|-
|
|''[[The Black Corsair (1937 film)|The Black Corsair]]''
|1937
|
|[[Amleto Palermi]]
|[[Ciro Verratti]], [[Silvana Jachino]]
|Based on ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[Doctor Syn (film)|Doctor Syn]]''
|1937
|
|[[Roy William Neill]]
|[[George Arliss]], [[Margaret Lockwood]], [[John Loder (actor)|John Loder]]
|Film about smugglers in England in the late 18th century. Based on ''[[Doctor Syn: A Tale of the Romney Marsh]]''.
|-
|
|''[[The Buccaneer (1938 film)|The Buccaneer]]''
|1938
|
|[[Cecil B. DeMille]]
|[[Fredric March]], [[Franciska Gaal]], [[Akim Tamiroff]]
| Film about [[Jean Lafitte]] ({{circa|1780}} – {{circa|1823}})
|-
|
|''[[Spawn of the North]]''
|1938
|
|[[Henry Hathaway]]
|[[George Raft]], [[Henry Fonda]], [[Dorothy Lamour]]
| Set in modern times, at the coast of Alaska
|-
|
|''[[Jamaica Inn (film)|Jamaica Inn]]''
|1939
|
|[[Alfred Hitchcock]]
|[[Charles Laughton]], [[Maureen O'Hara]], [[Robert Newton]]
|Set in England in 1819. Based on ''[[Jamaica Inn (novel)|Jamaica Inn]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Daughter of the Green Pirate]]''
|1940
|
|[[Enrico Guazzoni]]
|[[Doris Duranti]], [[Fosco Giachetti]]
|Based on the sequel novels of ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Sea Hawk (1940 film)|The Sea Hawk]]''
|1940
|
|[[Michael Curtiz]]
|[[Errol Flynn]], [[Brenda Marshall]], [[Claude Rains]]
|Set in the [[Elizabethan era]], but unlike the novel ''[[The Sea Hawk]]'' it is set in the Caribbean Sea
|-
|
|''[[The Black Swan (film)|The Black Swan]]''
|1942
|
|[[Henry King (director)|Henry King]]
|[[Tyrone Power]], [[Maureen O'Hara]], [[Laird Cregar]]
|Film about [[Henry Morgan]] ({{circa|1635}} – 1688)
|-
|
|''[[Reap the Wild Wind]]''
|1942
|
|[[Cecil B. DeMille]]
|[[Ray Milland]], [[John Wayne]], [[Paulette Goddard]]
|Set in the 1840s along the Florida coast
|-
|
|''[[Il figlio del corsaro rosso (1943 film)|Il figlio del corsaro rosso]]''
|1943
|
|[[Marco Elter]]
|[[Vittorio Sanipoli]]
|Based on ''[[Son of the Red Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[Gli ultimi filibustieri (1943 film)|Gli ultimi filibustieri]]''
|1943
|
|[[Marco Elter]]
|[[Vittorio Sanipoli]]
|Based on the sequel novels of ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[El Corsario Negro]]''
|1944
|
|[[Chano Urueta]]
|[[Pedro Armendáriz]], [[María Luisa Zea]], [[June Marlowe]]
|Based on ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[Frenchman's Creek (film)|Frenchman's Creek]]''
|1944
|
|[[Mitchell Leisen]]
|[[Joan Fontaine]], [[Arturo de Córdova]], [[Basil Rathbone]]
|Based on ''[[Frenchman's Creek (novel)|Frenchman's Creek]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Princess and the Pirate ]]''
|1944
|
|[[David Butler (director)|David Butler]]
|[[Bob Hope]], [[Virginia Mayo]], [[Walter Brennan]], [[Victor McLaglen]], [[Walter Slezak]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Captain Kidd (film)|Captain Kidd]]''
|1945
|
|[[Rowland V. Lee]]
|[[Charles Laughton]], [[Randolph Scott]], [[Barbara Britton]]
|Film about Captain [[William Kidd]] (1654 – 1701)
|-
|Film serial
|''[[Manhunt of Mystery Island]]''
|1945
|
|[[Spencer Gordon Bennet]], [[Yakima Canutt]], [[Wallace Grissell]]
|Richard Bailey, [[Linda Stirling]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[The Spanish Main]]''
|1945
|
|[[Frank Borzage]]
|[[Paul Henreid]], [[Maureen O'Hara]], [[Walter Slezak]]
|
|-
|Film serial
|''[[The Sea Hound (serial)|The Sea Hound]]''
|1947
|
|[[W. B. Eason]], [[Mack V. Wright]]
|[[Buster Crabbe]], [[Jimmy Lloyd (actor)]], [[Pamela Blake]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Sinbad the Sailor (film)|Sinbad the Sailor]]''
|1947
|
|[[Richard Wallace (director)|Richard Wallace]]
|[[Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.]], [[Maureen O'Hara]], [[Walter Slezak]], [[Anthony Quinn]]
|Set at the time of Caliph [[Harun al-Rashid]] (ruled from 786 to 809), in the Indian Ocean.
|-
|[[Animated comedy]] [[short film|short]]
|''[[Buccaneer Bunny]]''
|1948
|
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|[[Mel Blanc]] (voice)
|
|-
|
|''[[The Pirate (1948 film)|The Pirate]]''
|1948
|
|[[Vincente Minnelli]]
|[[Judy Garland]], [[Gene Kelly]], [[Walter Slezak]]
|Musical
|-
|
|''[[Barbary Pirate (film)|Barbary Pirate]]''
|1949
|
|[[Lew Landers]]
|[[Donald Woods (actor)|Donald Woods]], [[Trudy Marshall]]
|Film about the begin of the [[First Barbary War]]. Set in 1801
<!--"The Pirates of Capri" (by Edgar G. Ulmer, 1949) are not really pirates.-->
|-
|
|''[[Rosvo-Roope|Rosvo-Roope (Raunchy Ropey)]]''
|1949
|
|[[Hannu Leminen]]
|[[Tauno Palo]], [[Helena Kara]], [[Ghedi Lönnberg]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Buccaneer's Girl]]''
|1950
|
|[[Frederick de Cordova]]
|[[Yvonne De Carlo]], [[Philip Friend]], [[Robert Douglas (actor)|Robert Douglas]]
|Set around 1810
|-
|
|''[[Double Crossbones]]''
|1950
|
|[[Charles Barton (director)|Charles Barton]]
|[[Donald O'Connor]], [[Helena Carter]], [[Will Geer]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Fortunes of Captain Blood]]''
|1950
|
|[[Gordon Douglas (director)|Gordon Douglas]]
|[[Louis Hayward]], [[Patricia Medina]], [[George Macready]]
|Based on ''[[Captain Blood (novel)|Captain Blood]]''
|-
|
|''[[Last of the Buccaneers]]''
|1950
|
|[[Lew Landers]]
|[[Paul Henreid]], [[Jack Oakie]], [[Karin Booth]]
|Film about [[Jean Lafitte]] ({{circa|1780}} – {{circa|1823}})
|-
|Film serial
|''[[Pirates of the High Seas]]''
|1950
|
|[[Spencer Gordon Bennet]], [[Thomas Carr (director)|Thomas Carr]]
|[[Buster Crabbe]], [[Lois Hall]], [[Tommy Farrell]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1950 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1950
|
|[[Byron Haskin]]
|[[Robert Newton]], [[Bobby Driscoll]], [[Basil Sydney]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Two Lost Worlds]]''
|1950
|
|[[Norman Dawn]]
|[[James Arness]], [[Kasey Rogers]], [[Bill Kennedy (actor)|Bill Kennedy]]
|Set in the year 1830
|-
|
|''[[Anne of the Indies]]''
|1951
|
|[[Jacques Tourneur]]
|[[Jean Peters]], [[Louis Jourdan]], [[Debra Paget]]
||With [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
|-
|
|''[[Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.]]''
|1951
|
|[[Raoul Walsh]]
|[[Gregory Peck]], [[Virginia Mayo]], [[Robert Beatty]]
|Based on the ''[[Horatio Hornblower]]'' novels. Set in the [[Napoleonic Wars]]
|-
|
|''[[Flame of Araby]]''
|1951
|
|[[Charles Lamont]]
|[[Maureen O'Hara]], [[Jeff Chandler (actor)|Jeff Chandler]], [[Lon Chaney Jr.]], [[Buddy Baer]]
| Film about the Brothers Barbarossa ([[Oruç Reis]], {{circa|1474}} – 1518, and [[Hayreddin Barbarossa]], {{circa|1478}} – 1546)
|-
|
|''[[Hurricane Island]]''
|1951
|
|[[Lew Landers]]
|[[Jon Hall (actor)|Jon Hall]], [[Marie Windsor]], [[Romo Vincent]]
|Set in Florida in the year 1513
|-
|
|''[[Revenge of the Pirates]]''
|1951
|
|[[Primo Zeglio]]
|[[Jean-Pierre Aumont]], [[Maria Montez]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd]]''
|1952
|
|[[Charles Lamont]]
|[[Bud Abbott]], [[Lou Costello]], [[Charles Laughton]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Against All Flags]]''
|1952
|
|[[George Sherman]]
|[[Errol Flynn]], [[Maureen O'Hara]], [[Anthony Quinn]]
|Set in Madagascar
|-
|
|''[[Blackbeard the Pirate]]''
|1952
|
|[[Raoul Walsh]]
|[[Robert Newton]], [[Linda Darnell]], [[William Bendix]]
| Film about [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
|-
|Also known as ''Captain Blood, Fugitive''. Sequel to ''[[Fortunes of Captain Blood]]'' (1950)
|''[[Captain Pirate]]''
|1952
|
|[[Ralph Murphy]]
|[[Louis Hayward]], [[Patricia Medina]], [[John Sutton (actor)|John Sutton]]
|Based on ''[[Captain Blood (novel)|Captain Blood]]''
|-
|
|''[[Caribbean Gold]]''
|1952
|
|[[Edward Ludwig]]
|[[John Payne (actor)|John Payne]], [[Arlene Dahl]], [[Cedric Hardwicke]]
|Set in 1728
|-
|
|''[[The Crimson Pirate]]''
|1952
|
|[[Robert Siodmak]]
|[[Burt Lancaster]], [[Nick Cravat]], [[Eva Bartok]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Golden Hawk]]''
|1952
|
|[[Sidney Salkow]]
|[[Sterling Hayden]], [[Rhonda Fleming]], [[Helena Carter]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Jolanda, the Daughter of the Black Corsair]]''
|1952
|
|[[Mario Soldati]]
|[[May Britt]], [[Marc Lawrence]], [[Renato Salvatori]]
|Based on ''[[Yolanda, the Black Corsair's Daughter]]''
|-
|
|''[[I tre corsari]]''
|1952
|
|[[Mario Soldati]]
|[[Ettore Manni]], [[Marc Lawrence]], [[Renato Salvatori]], [[Cesare Danova]]
|Based on ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[Yankee Buccaneer]]''
|1952
|
|[[Frederick de Cordova]]
|[[Jeff Chandler (actor)|Jeff Chandler]], [[Scott Brady]], [[Suzan Ball]]
|| Film about [[David Porter (naval officer)|David Porter]] (1780 – 1843)
<!--"Captain Phantom" (by Primo Zeglio, 1953) is a film with old Spanish ships but without pirates-->
|-
|
|''[[Fair Wind to Java]]''
|1953
|
|[[Joseph Kane]]
|[[Fred MacMurray]], [[Vera Ralston]], [[Robert Douglas (actor)|Robert Douglas]]
|Set in 1883
|-
|Film serial
|''[[The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd]]''
|1953
|
|[[Derwin Abrahams]], [[Charles S. Gould]]
|[[Richard Crane (actor)|Richard Crane]], [[David Bruce (actor)|David Bruce]], [[John Crawford (actor)|John Crawford]]
|Film about Captain [[William Kidd]] (1654 – 1701)
|-
|
|''[[The Master of Ballantrae (1953 film)|The Master of Ballantrae]]''
|1953
|
|[[William Keighley]]
|[[Errol Flynn]], [[Roger Livesey]], [[Anthony Steel (actor)|Anthony Steel]], [[Beatrice Campbell]], [[Yvonne Furneaux]]
|Set after 1745, based on ''[[The Master of Ballantrae]]''
|-
|Animated film
|''[[Peter Pan (1953 film)|Peter Pan]]''
|1953
|
|[[Clyde Geronimi]], [[Wilfred Jackson]], [[Hamilton Luske]]
|[[Bobby Driscoll]], [[Kathryn Beaumont]], [[Hans Conried]] (voices)
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[Prince of Pirates]]''
|1953
|
|[[Sidney Salkow]]
|[[John Derek]], [[Barbara Rush]], [[Carla Balenda]]
|Set in the 16th century in the Netherlands
|-
|
|''[[Raiders of the Seven Seas]]''
|1953
|
|[[Sidney Salkow]]
|[[John Payne (actor)|John Payne]], [[Donna Reed]], [[Gerald Mohr]]
| Film about Barbarossa ([[Oruç Reis]], {{circa|1474}} – 1518)
|-
|
|''[[Alvaro piuttosto corsaro]]''
|1954
|
|[[Camillo Mastrocinque]]
|[[Renato Rascel]]
|Musical
|-
|
|''[[The Black Pirates]]''
|1954
|
|[[Allen H. Miner]]
|[[Anthony Dexter]], [[Martha Roth]], and [[Lon Chaney, Jr.]]
|
|-
|[[Animated comedy]] [[short film|short]]
|''[[Captain Hareblower]]''
|1954
|
|[[Friz Freleng]]
|[[Mel Blanc]] (voice)
|
|-
|
|''[[Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl]]''
|1954
|
|[[Lew Landers]]
|[[Anthony Dexter]], [[Eva Gabor]], [[Alan Hale, Jr.]]
|
|-
|
|''[[His Majesty O'Keefe]]''
|1954
|
|[[Byron Haskin]]
|[[Burt Lancaster]]
| Film about [[David O'Keefe (ship captain)|David O'Keefe]] (1824 – 1901) and [[Bully Hayes]] (1827 – 1877)
|-
|Also known as ''Long John Silver's Return to Treasure Island''
|''[[Long John Silver (film)|Long John Silver]]''
|1954
|
|[[Byron Haskin]]
|[[Robert Newton]], [[Connie Gilchrist]], [[Lloyd Berrell]]
|Sequel to ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Return to Treasure Island (1954 film)|Return to Treasure Island]]''
|1954
|
|[[Ewald André Dupont]]
|[[Tab Hunter]], [[Dawn Addams]], [[Porter Hall]]
|Set in modern times. Sequel to ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Moonfleet (1955 film)|Moonfleet]]''
|1955
|
|[[Fritz Lang]]
|[[Stewart Granger]], [[George Sanders]], [[Joan Greenwood]]
|Film about smugglers in England in the 18th century
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of Tripoli]]''
|1955
|
|[[Felix E. Feist]]
|[[Paul Henreid]], [[Patricia Medina]], [[Paul Newlan]]
|Set in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|[[Television series]]
|''[[The Buccaneers (TV series)|The Buccaneers]]''
|1956
|
|[[C.M. Pennington-Richards]]
|[[Robert Shaw (British actor)|Robert Shaw]], [[Paul Hansard]], [[Brian Rawlinson]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Davy Crockett and the River Pirates]]''
|1956
|
|[[Norman Foster (director)|Norman Foster]]
|[[Fess Parker]], [[Buddy Ebsen]], [[Jeff York]]
|Film about [[Davy Crockett]] (1786 – 1836), set on the Mississippi River
|-
|
|''[[Pirate of the Half Moon]]''
|1957
|
|[[Giuseppe Maria Scotese]]
|[[John Derek]], [[Gianna Maria Canale]], [[Ingeborg Schöner]]
|Set in the 16th century in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[The Amorous Corporal]]''
|1958
|
|[[Robert Darène]]
|[[François Périer]], [[Rossana Podestà]], [[Robert Hirsch (actor)|Robert Hirsch]]
|Set in Madagascar
|-
|
|''[[The Buccaneer (1958 film)|The Buccaneer]]''
|1958
|
|[[Anthony Quinn]]
|[[Yul Brynner]], [[Claire Bloom]], [[Charles Boyer]], [[Charlton Heston]]
| Film about [[Jean Lafitte]] ({{circa|1780}} – {{circa|1823}})
|-
|
|''[[The Fabulous World of Jules Verne]]''
|1958
|
|[[Karel Zeman]]
|[[Lubor Tokoš]], [[Arnost Navrátil]], [[Miroslav Holub]]
|Fantasy and science fiction film based on ''[[Facing the Flag]]'' by [[Jules Verne]]
|-
|
|''[[Pirate of the Black Hawk]]''
|1958
|
|[[Sergio Grieco]]
|[[Gérard Landry]], [[Mijanou Bardot]]
|Set in the 16th century in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[The Little Savage]]''
|1959
|
|[[Byron Haskin]]
|[[Pedro Armendáriz]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Marie of the Isles]]''
|1959
|
|[[Georges Combret]]
|[[Belinda Lee]], [[Alain Saury]], [[Magali Noël]], [[Folco Lulli]]
|Set in 1635
|-
|
|''[[The Pirate and the Slave Girl]]''
|1959
|
|[[Piero Pierotti]]
|[[Lex Barker]], [[Chelo Alonso]], [[Massimo Serato]], [[Graziella Granata]]
|Set in the 16th century in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[Son of the Red Corsair (film)|Son of the Red Corsair]]''
|1959
|
|[[Primo Zeglio]]
|[[Lex Barker]]
|Based on ''[[Son of the Red Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[The Boy and the Pirates]]''
|1960
|
|[[Bert I. Gordon]]
|[[Charles Herbert]], [[Susan Gordon]], [[Murvyn Vye]]
|Fantasy film with [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
<!--
"Captain Blood" (1960 film) by André Hunebelle, with Jean Marais, Bourvil and Elsa Martinelli]] is not a Pirate Film.
 
"Captain Blood" is the misleading American title of the French film "Le capitan". The film has no relation to the 1935 film with Errol Flynn.
-->
|-
|
|''[[Morgan, the Pirate]]''
|1960
|
|[[André de Toth]], [[Primo Zeglio]]
|[[Steve Reeves]], [[Valérie Lagrange]], [[Ivo Garrani]]
|Film about [[Henry Morgan]] ({{circa|1635}} – 1688)
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Coast]]''
|1960
|
|[[Domenico Paolella]]
|[[Lex Barker]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Queen of the Pirates]]''
|1960
|
|[[Mario Costa (director)|Mario Costa]]
|[[Gianna Maria Canale]], [[Massimo Serato]], [[Scilla Gabel]]
|Set in the 16th century in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[Robin Hood and the Pirates]]''
|1960
|
|[[Giorgio Simonelli]]
|[[Lex Barker]], [[Walter Barnes (actor)|Walter Barnes]]
|Set in England in the 12th century
|-
|
|''[[Swiss Family Robinson (1960 film)|Swiss Family Robinson]]''
|1960
|
|[[Ken Annakin]]
|[[John Mills]], [[Dorothy McGuire]], [[James MacArthur]]
|Set in the early 19th century, based on ''[[The Swiss Family Robinson]]''
|-
|
|''[[Il conquistatore di Maracaibo]]''
|1961
|
|[[Eugenio Martín]]
|[[Hans von Borsody]], [[Luisella Boni]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Fury at Smugglers' Bay]]''
|1961
|
|[[John Gilling]]
|[[Peter Cushing]], [[Bernard Lee]], [[Michèle Mercier]], [[John Fraser (actor)|John Fraser]]
|Set in England in the 1790s.
|-
|
|''[[Guns of the Black Witch]]''
|1961
|
|[[Domenico Paolella]]
|[[Don Megowan]], [[Silvana Pampanini]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Mysterious Island (1961 film)|Jules Verne's Mysterious Island]]''
|1961
|
|[[Cy Endfield]]
|[[Michael Craig (actor)|Michael Craig]], [[Joan Greenwood]], [[Michael Callan]], [[Herbert Lom]]
|Based on ''[[The Mysterious Island]]'', set in 1865
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of Tortuga]]''
|1961
|
|[[Robert D. Webb]]
|[[Ken Scott]], [[Letícia Román]], [[Dave King (actor)|Dave King]]
|
|-
|Also known as ''The Adventure of Mary Read''
|''[[Queen of the Seas]]''
|1961
|
|[[Umberto Lenzi]]
|[[Lisa Gastoni]], [[Jerome Courtland]], [[Walt Barnes|Walter Barnes]]
|Film about [[Mary Read]] ({{circa|1690}} – 1721)
|-
|
|''[[Rage of the Buccaneers]]''
|1961
|
|[[Mario Costa (director)|Mario Costa]]
|[[Ricardo Montalbán]], [[Vincent Price]], [[Giulia Rubini]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Secret of the Black Falcon]]''
|1961
|
|[[Domenico Paolella]]
|[[Lex Barker]], [[Walter Barnes (actor)|Walter Barnes]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Avenger of the Seven Seas]]''
|1962
|
|[[Domenico Paolella]]
|[[Richard Harrison (actor)|Richard Harrison]], [[Michèle Mercier]], [[Walter Barnes (actor)|Walter Barnes]]
|Set in 1790
|-
|
|''[[Hawk of the Caribbean]]''
|1962
|
|[[Piero Regnoli]]
|[[Johnny Desmond]], [[Yvonne Monlaur]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Hero's Island]]''
|1962
|
|[[Leslie Stevens]]
|[[James Mason]], [[Neville Brand]], [[Kate Manx]]
|Set in 1718 at the [[Outer Banks]] of North Carolina
|-
|
|''[[Julius Caesar Against the Pirates]]''
|1962
|
|[[Sergio Grieco]]
|[[Gustavo Rojo]], [[Abbe Lane]], [[Gordon Mitchell]]
|An adventure of the young [[Julius Caesar]], based on a true story. Set in the Mediterranean Sea in the years 75 BC and 74 BC.
|-
|
|''[[Musketeers of the Sea]]''
|1962
|
|[[Steno (director)|Steno]]
|[[Pier Angeli]], [[Channing Pollock (magician)|Channing Pollock]], [[Aldo Ray]], [[Philippe Clay]], [[Robert Alda]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Pirates of Blood River]]''
|1962
|
|[[John Gilling]]
|[[Kerwin Mathews]], [[Glenn Corbett]], [[Christopher Lee]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Seven Seas to Calais]]''
|1962
|
|[[Rudolph Maté]], [[Primo Zeglio]]
|[[Rod Taylor]], [[Keith Michell]], [[Edy Vessel]]
|Film about [[Francis Drake]] ({{circa|1540}} – 1596)
|-
|
|''[[The Son of Captain Blood]]''
|1962
|
|[[Tulio Demicheli]]
|[[Sean Flynn (film actor)|Sean Flynn]], [[Alessandra Panaro]], [[John Kitzmiller]]
|Based on ''[[Captain Blood (novel)|Captain Blood]]''
|-
|
|''[[Tiger of the Seven Seas]]''
|1962
|
|[[Luigi Capuano]]
|[[Gianna Maria Canale]], [[Anthony Steel (actor)|Anthony Steel]], [[John Kitzmiller]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Lion of St. Mark]]''
|1963
|
|[[Luigi Capuano]]
|[[Gordon Scott]], [[Gianna Maria Canale]], [[Alberto Farnese]]
|Set in the 1620 in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[Samson and the Sea Beast]]''
|1963
|
|[[Tanio Boccia]]
|[[Kirk Morris]], [[Margaret Lee (English actress)|Margaret Lee]]
|
|-
|Also known as ''Night Creatures''
|''[[Captain Clegg (film)|Captain Clegg]]''
|1964
|
|[[Peter Graham Scott]]
|[[Peter Cushing]], [[Yvonne Romain]], [[Patrick Allen]]
|Film about smugglers in England in the late 18th century. Based on ''[[Doctor Syn: A Tale of the Romney Marsh]]''.
|-
|
|''[[The Devil-Ship Pirates]]''
|1964
|
|[[Don Sharp]]
|[[Christopher Lee]], [[Andrew Keir]], [[John Cairney]]
|Set in England in 1588
|-
|
|''[[Hercules and the Black Pirates]]''
|1964
|
|[[Luigi Capuano]]
|[[Alan Steel]], [[Rosalba Neri]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Masked Man Against the Pirates]]''
|1964
|
|[[Vertunnio De Angelis]]
|[[George Hilton (actor)|George Hilton]], [[Tony Kendall (actor)|Tony Kendall]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of Malaysia|The Pirates of Malaysia]]''
|1964
|
|[[Umberto Lenzi]]
|[[Steve Reeves]], [[Andrea Bosic]], [[Jacqueline Sassard]]
|Set in the 19th century in Malaysia
|-
|
|''[[Toto vs. the Black Pirate]]''
|1964
|
|[[Fernando Cerchio]]
|[[Totò]], [[Mario Petri]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1964 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1964
|
|[[Hsin-yan Chang]], [[Qi Fu]]
|[[Tseng Chang]], [[Chen Sisi (actress)|Sisi Chen]], [[Qi Fu]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Adventurer of Tortuga]]''
|1965
|
|[[Luigi Capuano]]
|[[Guy Madison]], [[Ingeborg Schöner]], [[Rik Battaglia]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Giant of the Evil Island]]''
|1965
|
|[[Piero Pierotti]]
|[[Peter Lupus]], [[Halina Zalewska]]
|
|-
|
|''[[A High Wind in Jamaica (film)|A High Wind in Jamaica]]''
|1965
|
|[[Alexander Mackendrick]]
|[[Anthony Quinn]], [[James Coburn]], [[Dennis Price]]
|Set in 1870
|-
|
|''[[Assault on a Queen]]''
|1966
|
|[[Jack Donohue (director)|Jack Donohue]]
|[[Frank Sinatra]], [[Virna Lisi]], [[Alf Kjellin]]
|Submarine piracy. Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[The Sea Pirate]]''
|1966
|
|[[Sergio Bergonzelli]], [[Roy Rowland (film director)|Roy Rowland]]
|[[Gérard Barray]], [[Antonella Lualdi]]
|Film about [[Robert Surcouf]] (1773 – 1827), set in the [[Napoleonic Wars]]
|-
|
|''[[Tonnerre sur l'océan Indien]]''
|1966
|
|[[Sergio Bergonzelli]], [[Roy Rowland (film director)|Roy Rowland]]
|[[Gérard Barray]], [[Antonella Lualdi]]
|Film about [[Robert Surcouf]] (1773 – 1827), set in the [[Napoleonic Wars]]
|-
|
|''[[The King's Pirate]]''
|1967
|
|[[Don Weis]]
|[[Doug McClure]], [[Jill St. John]], [[Guy Stockwell]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Rover (1967 film)|The Rover]]''
|1967
|
|[[Terence Young (director)|Terence Young]]
|[[Anthony Quinn]], [[Rosanna Schiaffino]], [[Rita Hayworth]]
|Based on ''[[The Rover (novel)|The Rover]]'', set in France in the [[Napoleonic Wars]]
|-
|
|''[[Blackbeard's Ghost]]''
|1968
|
|[[Robert Stevenson (director)|Robert Stevenson]]
|[[Peter Ustinov]], [[Dean Jones (actor)|Dean Jones]], [[Suzanne Pleshette]]
|Fantasy comedy, set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Franco, Ciccio e il pirata Barbanera]]''
|1969
|
|[[Mario Amendola]]
|[[Franco Franchi]], [[Ciccio Ingrassia]], [[Fernando Sancho]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''{{ill|Il corsaro (film)|it|3=Il corsaro (film 1970)|lt=Il corsaro}}''
|1970
|
|[[Antonio Mollica]]
|[[Robert Woods (actor)|Robert Woods]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Pippi in the South Seas (film)|Pippi in the South Seas]]''
|1970
|
|[[Olle Hellbom]]
|[[Inger Nilsson]]
|Comedy, based on ''[[Pippi in the South Seas (book)|Pippi in the South Seas]]''
|-
|
|''[[Blackie the Pirate]]''
|1971
|
|Enzo Gicca
|[[Terence Hill]], [[George Martin (Spanish actor)|George Martin]], [[Bud Spencer]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Los corsarios]]''
|1971
|
|[[Ferdinando Baldi]]
|[[Dean Reed]], [[Alberto de Mendoza]], [[Annabella Incontrera]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Light at the Edge of the World]]''
|1971
|
|[[Kevin Billington]]
|[[Kirk Douglas]], [[Yul Brynner]], [[Samantha Eggar]]
|Set at Cape Horn in the year 1865. Based on ''[[The Lighthouse at the End of the World]]''
|-
|
|''{{Interlanguage link multi|Un pirata de doce años|it|3=Le avventure di Miky Gioy il piccolo pirata|lt=Un pirata de doce años}}''
|1972
|
|[[René Cardona Jr.]]
|[[Hugo Stiglitz]], René Cardona III, [[Christa Linder]]
|
|-
|
|''{{Interlanguage link multi|Pirates of Blood Island|it|3=I corsari dell'isola degli squali|lt=Pirates of Blood Island}}''
|1972
|
|[[José Luis Merino]]
|[[Carlos Quiney]], [[Stelvio Rosi]]
|
|-
|Animated film
|''[[Treasure Island (1972 animated film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1972
|
|[[Hal Sutherland]]
|[[Richard Dawson]], [[Davy Jones (musician)|Davy Jones]], [[Dallas McKennon|Dal McKennon]] (voices)
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1972 live-action film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1972
|
|[[John Hough (director)|John Hough]]
|[[Orson Welles]], [[Kim Burfield]], [[Lionel Stander]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Ghost in the Noonday Sun]]''
|1973
|
|[[Peter Medak]]
|[[Peter Sellers]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[Scalawag (film)|Scalawag]]''
|1973
|
|[[Kirk Douglas]]
|[[Kirk Douglas]]
|Set in California in the 19th century
|-
|
|''[[Les Démoniaques]]''
|1974
|
|[[Jean Rollin]]
| Joëlle Cœur, Lieva Lone, Patricia Hermenier, John Rico, [[Willy Braque]]
|Horror. Set at the end of the 19th century, on the north European coast.
|-
|
|''[[The Ghost Galleon]]''
|1974
|
|[[Amando de Ossorio]]
| [[Maria Perschy]], [[Jack Taylor (actor)|Jack Taylor]]
|Horror. Set in modern times.
|-
|
|''[[The Black Corsair (1976 film)|The Black Corsair]]''
|1976
|
|[[Sergio Sollima]]
|[[Kabir Bedi]], [[Carole André]], [[Mel Ferrer]]
|Based on ''[[The Black Corsair]]''
|-
|
|''[[Noroît (film)|Noroît]]''
|1976
|
|[[Jacques Rivette]]
|[[Geraldine Chaplin]], [[Bernadette Lafont]], [[Kika Markham]]
|Avant-garde and experimental film
|-
|Also known as ''Scarlet Buccaneer''
|''[[Swashbuckler (film)|Swashbuckler]]''
|1976
|
|[[James Goldstone]]
|[[Robert Shaw (British actor)|Robert Shaw]], [[James Earl Jones]], [[Peter Boyle]], [[Geneviève Bujold]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Oro rojo]]''
|1977
|
|[[Alberto Vázquez Figueroa]]
|[[José Sacristán]], [[Isela Vega]], [[Hugo Stiglitz]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Golden Rendezvous]]''
|1977
|
|[[Ashley Lazarus]]
|[[Richard Harris]], [[Ann Turkel]], [[Gordon Jackson (actor)|Gordon Jackson]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[The Island (1980 film)|The Island]]''
|1980
|
|[[Michael Ritchie (film director)|Michael Ritchie]]
|[[Michael Caine]], [[David Warner (actor)|David Warner]], [[Angela Punch McGregor]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Los Diablos del mar]]''
|1981
|
|[[Juan Piquer Simón]]
|[[Ian Sera]], [[Patty Shepard]], [[Frank Braña]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Pirate Movie]]''
|1982
|
|[[Ken Annakin]]
|[[Kristy McNichol]], [[Christopher Atkins]], [[Ted Hamilton]]
|Musical
|-
|
|''[[Nate and Hayes]]''
|1983
|
|[[Ferdinand Fairfax]]
|[[Tommy Lee Jones]], [[Michael O'Keefe]], [[Jenny Seagrove]]
|Film about [[Bully Hayes]] (1827 – 1877)
|-
|
|''[[The Pirates of Penzance (1983 film)|The Pirates of Penzance]]''
|1983
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|[[Wilford Leach]]
|[[Kevin Kline]], [[Angela Lansbury]], [[Linda Ronstadt]]
|Musical
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|
|''[[Space Raiders (film)|Space Raiders]]''
|1983
|
|[[Howard R. Cohen]]
|[[Vince Edwards]], [[David Mendenhall]]
|Science fiction
|-
|
|''[[Yellowbeard]]''
|1983
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|[[Mel Damski]]
|[[Graham Chapman]], [[Peter Boyle]]
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[The Ice Pirates]]''
|1984
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|[[Stewart Raffill]]
|[[Robert Urich]], [[Mary Crosby]], [[Michael D. Roberts]]
|Science fiction
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[The Master of Ballantrae (1984 film)|The Master of Ballantrae]]''
|1984
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|[[Douglas Hickox]]
|[[Michael York]], [[Timothy Dalton]], [[John Gielgud]]
|Set after 1745, based on ''[[The Master of Ballantrae]]''
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|[[Richard Donner]]
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|[[Sean Astin]], [[Josh Brolin]] and [[Jeff Cohen (actor)|Jeff Cohen]], [[Corey Feldman]]
|1985
|-
|
|''[[The Lightship]]''
|1985
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|[[Jerzy Skolimowski]]
|[[Robert Duvall]], [[Arliss Howard]], [[Klaus Maria Brandauer]]
|Set in modern times
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|Television film
|''[[The Pirates of Penzance (1985 film)|The Pirates of Penzance]]''
|1985
|
|[[Norman Campbell]]
|[[Brent Carver]], [[Jeff Hyslop]], [[Caralyn Tomlin]]
|Musical
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1985 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1985
|
|[[Raúl Ruiz (director)|Raúl Ruiz]]
|[[Melvil Poupaud]], [[Martin Landau]], [[Vic Tayback]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|Animated film
|''[[Castle in the Sky]]''
|1986
|
|[[Hayao Miyazaki]]
|
|Science fiction
|-
|
|''[[Pirates (1986 film)|Pirates]]''
|1986
|
|[[Roman Polanski]]
|[[Walter Matthau]], [[Cris Campion]], [[Damien Thomas]]
|
|-
|[[Television miniseries]]
|''[[Return to Treasure Island (TV series)|Return to Treasure Island]]''
|1986
|
|[[Alan Clayton]]
|[[Brian Blessed]], [[Christopher Guard]], [[Reiner Schöne]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Jim & Piraterna Blom]]''
|1987
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|[[Hans Alfredson]]
|[[Johan Åkerblom]], [[Ewa Fröling]], [[Jan Malmsjö]]
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|-
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|''[[The Princess Bride (film)|The Princess Bride]]''
|1987
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|[[Rob Reiner]]
|[[Cary Elwes]], [[Mandy Patinkin]], [[Robin Wright]], [[André the Giant]]
|
|-
|[[Television miniseries]]
|''[[Treasure Island in Outer Space]]''
|1987
|
|[[Antonio Margheriti]]
|[[Anthony Quinn]], [[Ernest Borgnine]], [[Klaus Löwitsch]]
|Science fiction miniseries, based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Deep Rising]]''
|1988
|
|[[Stephen Sommers]]
|[[Treat Williams]], [[Famke Janssen]], [[Anthony Heald]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Iguana (film)|Iguana]]''
|1988
|
|[[Monte Hellman]]
|[[Everett McGill]], [[Fabio Testi]], [[Michael Madsen]]
|Set in the 19th century on a remote island of the [[Galápagos Islands]]
|-
|
|''[[Act of Piracy]]''
|1988
|
|[[John Cardos]]
|[[Gary Busey]], [[Belinda Bauer (actress)]], [[Ray Sharkey]]
|Set in modern times.
|-
|[[Animated television series]]
|''[[Peter Pan and the Pirates]]''
|1990
|
|
|[[Tim Curry]], [[Kath Soucie]], [[Chris M. Allport]] (voices)
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[Shipwrecked (1990 film)|Shipwrecked]]''
|1990
|
|[[Nils Gaup]]
|[[Stian Smestad]], [[Gabriel Byrne]], [[Louisa Milwood-Haigh]]
|
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Treasure Island (1990 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1990
|
|[[Fraser Clarke Heston]]
|[[Charlton Heston]], [[Christian Bale]], [[Oliver Reed]], [[Christopher Lee]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Voyage of Terror: The Achille Lauro Affair]]''
|1990
|
|[[Alberto Negrin]]
|[[Burt Lancaster]], [[Eva Marie Saint]], [[Robert Culp]], [[Renzo Montagnani]], [[Rebecca Schaeffer]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Pirate Prince]]''
|1990
|
|[[Alan Horrox]]
|[[Sean Blowers]], [[Danny Cerqueira]], [[Mona Hammond]]
|
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Pirates Island|Pirate's Island]]''
|1990
|
|[[Viktors Ritelis]]
|[[Beth Buchanan]], [[Brian Rooney (actor)|Brian Rooney]], [[Sancho Gracia]]
|
|-
|[[Animated television series]]
|''[[The Pirates of Dark Water]]''
|1991
|
|
|[[Jodi Benson]], [[Héctor Elizondo]], [[George Newbern]] (voices)
|
|-
|
|''[[Matusalem (film)|Matusalem]]''
|1991
|
|[[Roger Cantin]]
|[[Marc Labrèche]], [[Jessica Barker]], [[Maxime Collin]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Hook (film)|Hook]]''
|1991
|
|[[Steven Spielberg]]
|[[Dustin Hoffman]], [[Robin Williams]], [[Julia Roberts]]
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[Under Siege]]''
|1992
|
|[[Andrew Davis (director)|Andrew Davis]]
|[[Steven Seagal]], [[Tommy Lee Jones]], [[Gary Busey]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|[[Children's television series]]
|''[[Pirates (TV series)|Pirates]]''
|1994
|
|[[Peter Tabern]]
|[[Mem Ferda]], [[Benjamin Rennis]], [[June Brown]]
|
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Treasure Island: The Adventure Begins]]''
|1994
|
|[[Scott Garen]]
|[[Anthony Zerbe]], [[Corey Carrier]], [[Jason Beghe]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Cutthroat Island]]''
|1995
|
|[[Renny Harlin]]
|[[Geena Davis]], [[Matthew Modine]], [[Frank Langella]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Magic Island (film)|Magic Island]]''
|1995
|
|[[Sam Irvin]]
|[[Zachery Ty Bryan]], [[Andrew Divoff]], [[Edward Kerr]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Waterworld]]''
|1995
|
|[[Kevin Reynolds (director)|Kevin Reynolds]]
|[[Kevin Costner]], [[Dennis Hopper]]
|Science fiction
|-
|
|''[[Muppet Treasure Island]]''
|1996
|
|[[Brian Henson]]
|[[Tim Curry]], [[Kevin Bishop]], [[Billy Connolly]]
|Comedy, based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Return to Treasure Island (TV miniseries)|Return to Treasure Island]]''
|1996
|
|[[Steve La Hood]]
|[[Jed Brophy]], [[Will Clannachan]], [[Richard Condon]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|[[Television miniseries]]
|''[[Pirate Tales]]''
|1997
|
|[[Kevin McCarey]]
|[[Chuck Shamata]], [[Roger Daltrey]], [[Richard Schumann]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Matusalem II]]''
|1998
|
|[[Roger Cantin]]
|[[Manuel Aranguiz]], [[Jean Pierre Bergeron]], [[Pierre-Luc Brillant]]
|
|-
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|''[[Six Days, Seven Nights]]''
|1998
|
|[[Ivan Reitman]]
|[[Harrison Ford]], [[Anne Heche]], [[David Schwimmer]], [[Temuera Morrison]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|[[Television miniseries]]. <br /> Also known as ''Pirates: Blood Brothers''
|''[[Caraibi]]''
|1999
|
|[[Lamberto Bava]]
|[[Paolo Seganti]], Nicholas Rogers, [[Mario Adorf]], [[Padma Lakshmi]], [[Jennifer Nitsch]]
|
|-
|Animated [[television series]]
|''[[List of One Piece episodes (season 1)|One Piece]]''
|1999
|
|
|
|Fantasy
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Plain]]''
|1999
|
|[[John R. Cherry III]]
|[[Tim Curry]], [[Seth Adkins]], [[Dee Wallace]], [[Charles Napier (actor)|Charles Napier]]
|Fantasy comedy, set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[I predatori delle Antille]]''
|1999
|
|[[Joe D'Amato]]
|Anita Skultéty
|
|-
|
|''[[Treasure Island (1999 film)|Treasure Island]]''
|1999
|
|[[Peter Rowe (filmmaker)|Peter Rowe]]
|[[Jack Palance]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Final Voyage]]''
|1999
|
|[[Jim Wynorski]]
|[[Dylan Walsh]], [[Ice-T]], [[Erika Eleniak]], [[Claudia Christian]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece: The Movie]]''
|2000
|
|Junji Shimizu
|[[Mayumi Tanaka]], [[Kazuya Nakai]], [[Akemi Okamura]], [[Kappei Yamaguchi]]
|Fantasy film
|-
|
|''[[Agent Red]]''
|2000
|
|[[Damian Lee]]
|[[Dolph Lundgren]], [[Alexander Kuznetsov (actor)|Alexander Kuznetov]], [[Natalie Radford]]
|Submarine piracy. Set in modern times
|-
|Animated film
|''[[Die Abrafaxe – Unter schwarzer Flagge]]''
|2001
|
|{{Ill|Gerhard Hahn (director)|de|3=Gerhard Hahn (Regisseur)|lt=Gerhard Hahn}}
|
|Fantasy film with [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
|-
|[[Blood royal|Based on the PC Game of a similar title]], [[Hentai]].
|''[[Blood Royale (anime)]]''
|2002
|
|[[Ben Dover]]
|[[Harrison Balz]], [[Jasmine Greer]], [[Kay Shaw]], [[Lotus (actress)|Lotus]] and [[Lunar Moth]]
|The perverted pirate sails the seven seas, armed with a torture chamber and his depraved imagination. Nothing is off limits in this bizarre excursion into a world of erotic peril.
|-
|Animated film
|''[[Treasure Planet]]''
|2002
|
|[[Ron Clements]], [[John Musker]]
|[[Joseph Gordon-Levitt]], [[Emma Thompson]], [[Martin Short]] (voices)
|Science fiction, based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|TV series (Australia)
|''[[Pirate Islands]]''
|2003
|
|
|[[Brooke Harman]], [[Nicholas Donaldson]], [[Eliza Taylor ]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Captain Sabertooth]]''
|2003
|
|[[Stig Bergqvist]], [[Rasmus A. Sivertsen]]
|[[Terje Formoe]], [[Ole Alfsen]], [[Nina Lund Feste]] (voices)
|Comedy
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece The Movie: Dead End no Bōken]]''
|2003
|
|[[Kōnosuke Uda]]
|
|Fantasy film
|-
|
|''[[Peter Pan (2003 film)|Peter Pan]]''
|2003
|
|[[P. J. Hogan]]
|[[Jeremy Sumpter]], [[Jason Isaacs]], [[Olivia Williams]]
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''
|2003
|
|[[Gore Verbinski]]
|[[Johnny Depp]], [[Geoffrey Rush]], [[Orlando Bloom]], [[Keira Knightley]]
|
|-
|Animated film
|''[[Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas]]''
|2003
|
|[[Tim Johnson (film director)|Tim Johnson]], Patrick Gilmore
|
|Comedy. Set in the Mediterranean Sea
|-
|
|''[[Singing Behind Screens]]''
|2003
|
|[[Ermanno Olmi]]
|[[Jun Ichikawa (actress)|Jun Ichikawa]], [[Bud Spencer]]
|Film about [[Ching Shih]] (1775–1844)
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece: The Cursed Holy Sword]]''
|2004
|
|Kazuhisa Takenouchi
|
|Fantasy film
|-
|
|''[[Piet Piraat en de betoverde kroon]]''
|2005
|
|[[Bart Van Leemputten]]
|[[Peter Van De Velde]]
|
|-
|
|''[[The Pirate's Curse]]''
|2005
|
|[[Mark Roper]]
|[[Thomas Ian Griffith]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|
|''[[Submerged (2005 film)|Submerged]]''
|2005
|
|[[Anthony Hickox]]
|[[Steven Seagal]], [[William Hope (actor)|William Hope]], [[Vinnie Jones]]
|Submarine piracy. Set in modern times
|-
|[[Pornographic film]]
|''[[Pirates (2005 film)|Pirates]]''
|2005
|
|[[Joone (director)|Joone]]
|[[Jesse Jane]], Carmen Luvana, [[Janine Lindemulder|Janine]], Teagan Presley, [[Devon (actress)|Devon]], Jenaveve Jolie and [[Evan Stone]]
|In 1763, Captain Edward Reynolds is hunting pirates, or at least trying to do so. He does not consider himself a great commander, and neither does most of his crew.
|-
|Television miniseries
|''[[Blackbeard (2006 film)|Blackbeard]]''
|2006
|
|[[Kevin Connor (director)|Kevin Connor]]
|[[Angus Macfadyen]], [[Richard Chamberlain]], [[Rachel Ward]], [[Stacy Keach]]
|TV miniseries about [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
|-
|Television miniseries
|''[[Blackbeard (2005 film)|Blackbeard]]''
|2006
|
|Richard Dale, Tilman Remme
|[[James Purefoy]]
|TV miniseries about [[Blackbeard]] ({{circa|1680}} – 1718)
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of Treasure Island]]''
|2006
|
|Leigh Scott
|[[Lance Henriksen]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest]]''
|2006
|
|[[Gore Verbinski]]
|[[Johnny Depp]], [[Orlando Bloom]], [[Keira Knightley]]
|
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Great Salt Lake]]''
|2006
|
|[[E. R. Nelson]]
|[[Kirby Heyborne]], [[Trenton James]], [[Larry Bagby]]
|
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''{{Interlanguage link multi|Störtebeker (miniseries)|fr|3=La Belle et le pirate|lt=Störtebeker}}''
|2006
|
|[[Miguel Alexandre]]
|[[Ken Duken]], [[Claire Keim]], [[Gottfried John]], [[Gudrun Landgrebe]], [[Frank Giering]]
| Television film about [[Klaus Störtebeker]] ({{circa|1360}} – 1401), set in the North Sea and Baltic Sea
|-
|
|''[[Band of Pirates: Buccaneer Island ]]''
|2007
|
|[[Bruce Mercury]], [[TL Jones]]
|[[Bruce Mercury]], [[TL Jones]]
|
|-
|
|''[[L'Île aux trésors]]''
|2007
|
|[[Alain Berbérian]]
|[[Gérard Jugnot]], [[Alice Taglioni]], [[Jean-Paul Rouve]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece Movie: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta]]''
|2007
|
|Takahiro Imamura
|
|Fantasy film
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End]]''
|2007
|
|[[Gore Verbinski]]
|[[Johnny Depp]], [[Orlando Bloom]], [[Keira Knightley]], [[Chow Yun-Fat]], [[Geoffrey Rush]]
|
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Treasure Island (TVfilm 2007)|Treasure Island]]''
|2007
|
|[[Hansjörg Thurn]]
|[[Tobias Moretti]], [[François Goeske]], [[Diane Willems]], [[Christian Tramitz]], [[Jürgen Vogel]]
|A German television film, {{lang|de|Die Schatzinsel}}, based on the [[Treasure Island|novel]] by [[Robert Louis Stevenson|R.L. Stevenson]], it adds a character, Captain Flint's daughter
|-
|[[Pornographic film]]
|''[[Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge]]''
|2008
|
|[[Joone (director)|Joone]]
|Jesse Jane, [[Belladonna (actress)|Belladonna]], Evan Stone
|Captain Edward Reynolds brags about his victory over the dreaded pirate Victor Stagnetti to his loyal companion Jules; he has even assembled a new crew for his ship, including Ai Chow and Olivia, Serena's cousin. It is Olivia who informs the crew that the governor of Jamaica has ordered Serena's arrest and Olivia is on board to protect the crew from enemies, and to convince Edward and Jules to ask for Serena's pardon. When they finally go to Jamaica and ask Governor Littleton to pardon Serena, he is more interested in Jules' appearance than anything else. They convince the governor, who first sends them on a mission to kill another group of pirates and find another hidden treasure.
|-
|Animated film
|''[[The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie]]''
|2008
|
|[[Mike Nawrocki]]
|
|Comedy
|-
|
|''[[12 Paces Without a Head]]''
|2009
|
|[[Sven Taddicken]]
|[[Ronald Zehrfeld]], [[Matthias Schweighöfer]]
| Film about [[Klaus Störtebeker]] ({{circa|1360}} – 1401), set in the North Sea and Baltic Sea
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece Film: Strong World]]''
|2009
|
|Munehisa Sakai
|
|Fantasy film
|-
|[[Documentary film]]
|''[[The Pirate Tapes]]''
|2011
|
|[[Andrew Moniz]], [[Rock Baijnauth]]
|
|[[Piracy off the coast of Somalia|Pirates in Somalia]]. Set in modern times.
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides]]''
|2011
|
|[[Rob Marshall]]
|[[Johnny Depp]], [[Penélope Cruz]], [[Ian McShane]], [[Geoffrey Rush]]
|
|-
|
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|''[[A Hijacking]]''
|2012
|
|[[Tobias Lindholm]]
|[[Pilou Asbæk]], [[Søren Malling]], [[Dar Salim]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece Film: Z]]''
|2012
|
|[[Tatsuya Nagamine]]
|
|Fantasy film
|-
|Animated film. based on {{based on|''[[The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists]]''|Gideon Defoe}}
|''[[The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists!]]''
|2012
|
|[[Peter Lord]]
|[[Hugh Grant]], [[Salma Hayek]], [[Jeremy Piven]] (voices)
|Comedy
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Treasure Island (2012 miniseries)|Treasure Island]]''
|2012
|
|[[Steve Barron]]
|[[Eddie Izzard]], [[Toby Regbo]], [[Elijah Wood]], [[Donald Sutherland]]
|Based on ''[[Treasure Island]]''
|-
|
|''[[Captain Phillips (film)|Captain Phillips]]''
|2013
|
|[[Paul Greengrass]]
|[[Tom Hanks]], [[Barkhad Abdi]]
|Set in modern times
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Black Sails (TV series)|Black Sails]]''
|2014
|
|[[Jonathan E. Steinberg]] and Robert Levine
|[[Toby Stephens]], [[Hannah New]], [[Luke Arnold]]
|Set roughly two decades before the events of ''[[Treasure Island]]'' and during the Golden Age of Piracy, the feared Captain Flint brings on a younger crew member as they fight for the survival of New Providence Island.
|-
|
|''Captain Sabertooth and the Treasure of Lama Rama''
|2014
|
|John Andreas Andersen, Lisa Marie Gamlem
|[[Kyrre Haugen Sydness]]
|''[[Captain Sabertooth]]'' series
|-
|[[Television film]]
|''[[Crossbones (TV series)|Crossbones]]''
|2014
|
|[[Neil Cross]], [[James V. Hart]] and Amanda Welles
|[[John Malkovich]], [[Richard Coyle]], [[Claire Foy]], [[Yasmine Al Masri]], [[David Hoflin]], [[Chris Perfetti]], [[Tracy Ifeachor]]
|Based on [[Colin Woodard]]'s book ''The Republic of Pirates''. In 1729, the island of Santa Compaña is home to pirates, thieves, and cutthroats all ruled by the feared pirate captain [[Blackbeard|Edward "Blackbeard" Teach]], who the British Empire believes is dead, but who in actuality is merely in hiding. Calling himself "Commodore", he now uses this island as his base of operations.
|-
|Animated film
|''[[The Pirate Fairy]]''
|2014
|
|[[Peggy Holmes]]
|[[Mae Whitman]], [[Christina Hendricks]], [[Tom Hiddleston]] (voices)
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[Pan (2015 film)|Pan]]''
|2015
|
|[[Joe Wright]]
|[[Hugh Jackman]], [[Levi Miller]], [[Garrett Hedlund]], [[Rooney Mara]], [[Amanda Seyfried]]
|Based on ''[[Peter and Wendy]]''
|-
|
|''[[Pirate's Passage]]''
|2015
|
|[[Mike Barth]], [[Jamie Gallant]]
|[[Donald Sutherland]], [[Gage Munroe]], [[Carrie-Anne Moss]]
|
|-
|Animated film
|''[[One Piece Film: Gold]]''
|2016
|
|Hiroaki Miyamoto
|
|Fantasy film
|-
|
|''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales]]''
|2017
|
|[[Joachim Rønning]] and [[Espen Sandberg]]
|[[Johnny Depp]], [[Geoffrey Rush]], [[Javier Bardem]]
|
|-
|[[Superhero film]]
|''[[Aquaman (film)|Aquaman]]''
|2018
|
|[[James Wan]]
|[[Jason Momoa]], [[Amber Heard]], [[Willem Dafoe]]
|Submarine piracy. Set in modern times.
|-
|[[Bollywood film]]
|''[[Thugs of Hindostan]]''
|2018
|
|[[Vijay Krishna Acharya]]
| [[Aamir Khan]], [[Fatima Sana Shaikh]], [[Amitabh Bachchan]]
| Set in 1795, the film follows a band of [[Thugee|Thugs]] led by Khudabaksh Azaad, who aspires to free [[Hindustan|Hindostan]] (the [[Indian subcontinent]]) from [[Company rule in India|the rule of]] the expanding [[British East India Company]].
|-
|Animated film
|''Kaptein Sabeltann og den magiske diamant''
|2019
|
|Marit Moum Aune, Rasmus A. Sivertsen
|
|''[[Captain Sabertooth]]'' series
|-
|
|''[[Pirate Latitudes]]''
|TBA
|
|TBA
|TBA
|
|}
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