Title: Betty and the Buccaneers
Genre: romance, adventure
Colour: black and white
Format and aspect ratio: 35 mm, 1.33 : 1
Running time: 01:05:10 (5 reels)
Director: Rollin S. Sturgeon
Writer: J. Edward Hungerford
Juliette Day: Betty
Charles Marriott: The Professor
Joe King: Dick Winthrop
Tote Du Crow: Captain Robias Crook
William Kyle: The Mulatto
J. Gordon Russell: Gentleman Jack
Hal Wilson: Peg Leg
Synopsis: Romantic adventure film in which Betty, who dreams about pirates, and her father, a gullible professor, are tricked by a bunch of real pirates. They are rescued by a young man who has a crush on Betty. The young man, named Dick, becomes acquainted with Betty, whose father Timothy Bakewell is looking for a treasure island, together with Captain Crook and his pirates. The father is beaten up by the robbers, and is left behind on the island. Dick decides to go after Tobias Crook. Meanwhile, the pirates arrive at the home of Betty, where she is harassed. But her rescue is close at hand, and Dick embraces her in his arms.
Rollin Summers Sturgeon (August 25, 1877 – May 10, 1961) was an American film director of silent films  active from 1910 to 1924. He directed 101 films during this period.
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