Pete Winning and the Pirates

Synopsis: Armed with laser guns and wit, Pete Winning and his rag-tag crew navigate a flooded earth in the not-too-distant future. Braving mutants, pirates and the seas, they search for the self-crowned evil Queen's coveted maps of the new world.
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
93 min

you'll never find a prettier sailor.

He's got a hell of a memory.

He's been patrollin' these waters

ever since the first big flood.

- The Charmer.

- Charmer?

Well, it sounds like we'd

be safe with him for sure.

Where do we find this guy?

- Right over here.

Pete Winning.

Put that away before you hurt someone.

You could really put an

eye out with that thing.

The Charmer, eh?

- People have many sides.

- You, my friend, have seen a few.

But not all.

Victor Rathboat, the Charmer, yes.

Most definitely.

And would you believe I have

a wonderful singing voice?

- Well, you're the only one who can get us

where we need to go.

- You have to tell me where that is first.

We are playing with real money, yes?

- Assuming we're not a group of uglies

when we get back to the west safely,


- I would expect no less, captain.

- Here's the tough part, sweetie,

you and your crew, you're nice and all,

but the queen'll be

comin' for that tariff.

We know you're broke,

but that fancy wrist gizmo you go there

will do you just fine.

- Oh this old thing?

She can take it off me herself

when we pay her a visit.

- It's fine by us, mate, but just watch

what you're saying out loud around here.

The queen needs her coin.

- You know, I may have

something you'd fancy.

In the bilge, brown satchel.

- Oh, ah,

you know, I may a landie, there boy,

but boy looks like an awful lot of water

comin' in there.

- You see that?

That's an auto-pump.

Gets wet, it kicks in.

If the engine's runnin',

the pumps a-pumpin',

so just don't run out of gas.

- Gas?

You know, the queen's good

for somethin', my friend,

her water engines have

saved lives out there.

- Sure they have.

- They have.

- Get the satchel.

- Are those what I tink they are?

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