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  • Long John Silver is a fictional pirate and one of the main characters in Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Bart is supposed to give a book report on Treasure Island as a class assignment, but he doesn't read the book. When Mrs. Krabappel calls on Bart to give his report, he tries to fake his way through it. However, Mrs. Krabappel catches Bart out when she asks him to name the pirate in the book and Bart answers, "Bluebeard."
  • Long John Silver one of the main Human characters in Muppet Treasure Island. He's the ship's cook and leads the pirates in the mutiny. He's played by Tim Curry.
  • Long John Silver is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the novel Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Silver is also known by the nicknames "Barbecue" and "the Sea-Cook". (which is also an alternate title for Stevenson's novel).
  • Long John Silver is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the novel Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Silver is also known by the nicknames "Barbecue" and the "Sea-Cook" (the latter of which is also an alternate title for Stevenson's novel). He is considered to be a true example of a stereotypical pirate.
  • Long John Silver was the disguise of Tim Lehnert.
  • Long John Silver is the main antagonist of the TV Special The Adventures of Ronald McDonald: McTreasure Island. He is a pirate who Ronald McDonald and his friends confront during their adventures to look for the buried treasure.
  • Long John Silver's signature appeared on a document held by Mac the Black.
  • Long John Silver is a notorious pirate who formerly served in the crew of Captain Flint. He is a significant character and the main antagonist in Disney's 1950 film Treasure Island.
  • Not much is made entirely clear about Long John's early life. He has claimed to have served under Admiral Hawke, although it is uncertain how much of this is true. It is known that he was the quartermaster under Captain Flint.
  • Long John Silver is a pirate who was ship's quartermaster under the notorious Captain Flint. Silver claims to have served in the Royal Navy and lost his leg under "the immortal Hawke". He was said to have been the only man whom Flint ever feared. He had a parrot on his shoulder. Silver is a hardworking and likeable seaman, but his villainous nature is gradually revealed. His relationship with Jim Hawkins, is interesting, as he serves as a mentor and eventually father-figure to Jim, creating much shock and emotion when it is discovered that he is in charge of the mutiny, and especially when Jim must confront him and fight later on. Although willing to change sides at any time in the interests of his own survival, Silver has compensating virtues: he is wise enough to pay attention to money m
  • Long John Silver is the treacherous ship's cook and principal villain in Muppet Treasure Island. Silver befriends young Jim Hawkins. He even confessed one night that when he was eight, his father died at sea — "first mate he was", after Jim tells him his own father (also a first mate) died at sea when he was seven. Long John lost his right leg as the result of a cannonball in Madagascar. His feature solo number, which resulted in the fellow pirates joining along, was "Professional Pirate".
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Alignment
  • Neutral
Attack
  • 72
Goal
  • To find Captain Flint's treasure
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  • Robert Louis Stevenson
Row 1 info
  • John Silver
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  • Created by
Row 2 info
  • Treasure Island
Giftable
  • Non-Giftable
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
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  • First Appearance
minions
  • fellow mutineers
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  • Cassell and Company
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  • Original Publisher
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Defense
  • 114
Box Title
  • Long John Silver
Voice
Reason
  • To steal Mrs. Beasley's jewels
Job
  • Fictional Pirate
Eyes
  • Black
Date
  • 2012-04-24
Likes
  • Jim Hawkins, treasure, drinking, cooking
Appearance
  • Bart Gets an "F"
  • Dirty, unshaven. One leg , wears an old red trenchcoat and black tricorn hat
Role
  • Villain
Game
Hair
  • Black
  • Blue
Actor
Name
  • Long John Silver
Type
  • Weapons
Personality
  • Cunning, clever, but at the same time somewhat compassionate
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Hair Color
  • Black
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  • Once Upon a Time
Fate
  • Changes sides and is promised a fair trial, but fearing hanging, hijacks a dinghy and escapes
Species
  • Human
Identity
Weapons
  • Pistol and cutlass
Enemies
  • Alexander Smollett
Description
  • Pirate who seeks the buried treasure of McTreasure Island.
Performer
Affiliations
  • Anti-hero
Quality
  • Uncommon
Occupation
  • Pirate, quartermaster aboard the Hispanola
Debut
  • 1996
Subtype
  • Rifle
Films
  • Treasure Island
Friends
Gender
  • Male
Source
Kana
  • n/a
Quote
  • "Them that die will be the lucky ones!"
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  • Long John Silver is a fictional pirate and one of the main characters in Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Bart is supposed to give a book report on Treasure Island as a class assignment, but he doesn't read the book. When Mrs. Krabappel calls on Bart to give his report, he tries to fake his way through it. However, Mrs. Krabappel catches Bart out when she asks him to name the pirate in the book and Bart answers, "Bluebeard."
  • Long John Silver one of the main Human characters in Muppet Treasure Island. He's the ship's cook and leads the pirates in the mutiny. He's played by Tim Curry.
  • Long John Silver is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the novel Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Silver is also known by the nicknames "Barbecue" and "the Sea-Cook". (which is also an alternate title for Stevenson's novel).
  • Long John Silver is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of the novel Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Silver is also known by the nicknames "Barbecue" and the "Sea-Cook" (the latter of which is also an alternate title for Stevenson's novel). He is considered to be a true example of a stereotypical pirate.
  • Long John Silver was the disguise of Tim Lehnert.
  • Long John Silver is the main antagonist of the TV Special The Adventures of Ronald McDonald: McTreasure Island. He is a pirate who Ronald McDonald and his friends confront during their adventures to look for the buried treasure.
  • Long John Silver is the treacherous ship's cook and principal villain in Muppet Treasure Island. Silver befriends young Jim Hawkins. He even confessed one night that when he was eight, his father died at sea — "first mate he was", after Jim tells him his own father (also a first mate) died at sea when he was seven. However, Silver is actually planning a mutiny amongst the crew of the Hispaniola, so as to seek Captain Flint's treasure himself. He is a deceptively charming man at first, until he is overheard by Gonzo, Rizzo and Jim as he reveals his dastardly plans to his fellow pirates aboard the Hispanola. During Silver's siege on Treasure Island it is suggested that Long John Silver and Miss Piggy share a romantic history. At the end of the film, Long John makes off with whatever treasure he can in what is later revealed to be a leaky lifeboat — but not before saying a rather touching goodbye to Jim Hawkins, where he declares he could "never hurt" Jim, because he is "honest and brave and true", something he himself isn't. Long John lost his right leg as the result of a cannonball in Madagascar. His feature solo number, which resulted in the fellow pirates joining along, was "Professional Pirate".
  • Long John Silver's signature appeared on a document held by Mac the Black.
  • Long John Silver is a notorious pirate who formerly served in the crew of Captain Flint. He is a significant character and the main antagonist in Disney's 1950 film Treasure Island.
  • Long John Silver is a pirate who was ship's quartermaster under the notorious Captain Flint. Silver claims to have served in the Royal Navy and lost his leg under "the immortal Hawke". He was said to have been the only man whom Flint ever feared. He had a parrot on his shoulder. Silver is a hardworking and likeable seaman, but his villainous nature is gradually revealed. His relationship with Jim Hawkins, is interesting, as he serves as a mentor and eventually father-figure to Jim, creating much shock and emotion when it is discovered that he is in charge of the mutiny, and especially when Jim must confront him and fight later on. Although willing to change sides at any time in the interests of his own survival, Silver has compensating virtues: he is wise enough to pay attention to money management, in contrast to the spendthrift ways of most pirates, and is physically courageous despite his disability; for instance, when Flint's cache is found to be empty, he coolly stands his ground against five grown men despite having only Hawkins to back him. When Silver escapes he takes "three or four hundred guineas" of the treasure with him, thus becoming one of only two former members of Captain Flint's crew to get his hands on a portion of the recovered treasure; a separate cache of bar silver is apparently left on the island. (The repentant maroonee Ben Gunn is the other, but he spends it all in nineteen days.) Jim's own ambivalence towards Silver is reflected when he speculates that the old pirate must have settled down in comfortable retirement: "It is to be hoped so, I suppose, for his chances of comfort in another world are very small."
  • Not much is made entirely clear about Long John's early life. He has claimed to have served under Admiral Hawke, although it is uncertain how much of this is true. It is known that he was the quartermaster under Captain Flint.
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