Moby Dick (1998– )
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Herman Melville's towering epic of New England seafaring life pits grizzled, obsessive Captain Ahab (Golden Globe nominee Patrick Stewart, "X-Men") against the infamous great white whale, ... See full summary »

Director:

Franc Roddam

Writers:

Herman Melville (novel), Anton Diether (teleplay) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Henry Thomas ... Ishmael
Bruce Spence ... Elijah
Hugh Keays-Byrne ... Mr. Stubb
Robin Cuming Robin Cuming ... Peter Coffin (as Robin Cumming)
Shane Connor ... Mr. Flask (as Shane Feeney Connor)
Patrick Stewart ... Captain Ahab
Piripi Waretini Piripi Waretini ... Queequeg
Vivianne Benton Vivianne Benton ... Sal Coffin
Dominic Purcell ... Bulkington
Norman Yemm Norman Yemm ... Carpenter
Michael Jackson Michael Jackson ... Shantyman
Warren Owens Warren Owens ... Cook
Norman D. Golden II ... Little Pip (as Norman Golden II)
Harold Hopkins ... Captain Peleg
John Lee ... Captain Bildad
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Storyline

Herman Melville's towering epic of New England seafaring life pits grizzled, obsessive Captain Ahab (Golden Globe nominee Patrick Stewart, "X-Men") against the infamous great white whale, Moby Dick. Co-starring Henry Thomas ("E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial") as Ishmael and the legendary Gregory Peck, who played Ahab in the 1956 version directed by John Huston.

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1998 (UK) See more »

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Goofs

During the final ten minutes, when we first see the whale surface with Captain Ahab bound to it tangled in the lines, he's hanging from a harpoon by his right hand, and the second harpoon is under his left armpit.

The second time the whale surfaces, the harpoons have been reversed, this time with Ahab hanging onto the first with his left hand and the second harpoon under his right armpit.

In the third shot, the positioning returns to that of the original shot. See more »

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