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Although too poor to own a record player, Shapiro's parents encouraged music in their home (she had to borrow a neighbour's player to hear her first single). Shapiro played banjolele as a child and sang with her brother Ron occasionally in his youth club skiffle group. She had a deep timbre to her voice, unusual in a girl not yet in her teens: school friends gave her the nickname "Foghorn". [4]

The film is loosely based on The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists , the first book from Gideon Defoe 's The Pirates! series. [8] It follows The Pirate Captain and his crew of amateur pirates in their attempt to win the Pirate of the Year competition.


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