Clerk of the Court: “Peter Blood. How do your plead, guilty or not-guilty?”
Dr. Peter Blood: “It’s entirely innocent, I am.”
Prosecutor: “Did you know that it is against the King’s law to aid, comfort, or succor a rebel?”
Dr. Peter Blood: “I knew only my sacred duty as a physician.”
Prosecutor: “Your sacred duty, you ROGUE, IS TO YOUR KING!”
Dr. Peter Blood: (subdued retort) “I thought it was to my fellow man.”
Dr. Peter Blood: “What strange creature, must sit on the throne, that lets a man like you deal out his justice.”
– Dr. Peter Blood, the scene in the King’s Court, being condemned as a traitor. Captain Blood, Republic Pictures, 1935.