Charles Laughton (Different photo same image) - [Mutiny on the Bounty] Vintage original gelatin silver double-weight glossy 11 x 14 in. photograph by William Grimes from Mutiny on the Bounty. (MGM, 1935) Charles Laughton as “Captain Bligh” photo inscribed and signed, “To Harry from Charles Laughton”. Stunning photo of Laughton in his most memorable role.
The breadfruit reigns as King in Jamaica. ‘Whiteheart’ or ‘Yellowheart’, there arguably isn’t a person alive who doesn’t love its wholesome goodness. Brought to the island by Captain William Bligh in the 1790s, the breadfruit – indigenous to South and Southeast Asia – is grown in every parish across the island. In this Sunday edition of Bet You Didn’t Know, Loop Lifestyle presents ten surprising health benefits the breadfruit can provide you:
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Bligh Sands: Study után" Fishing fel a Blythe-Sand, Tide beállítása A 'c.1809
On this day 14th June,1789 English Captain William Bligh and 18 others, cast adrift from the H.M.S Bounty reached Timor after travelling nearly 4,000 miles in a small, open boat, The Bounty had been sailing from Tahiti when crew members mutinied
Royal Dublin GC - Check A true link style course on Bull Island. Bull Island is of historical interest in its own right. Captain William Bligh (of HMS Bounty fame) recommended the building of a sea wall to facilitate the safe approach of shipping into Dublin Port. The wall, known as the Bull Wall, was constructed in the early 1800s and a direct consequence was the formation of a sand bank which has grown ever since and has become Bull Island.