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Rob Roy (7-Apr-1995)

Director: Michael Caton-Jones

Writer: Alan Sharp

Music by: Carter Burwell

Producers: Peter Broughan; Richard Jackson

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Rape, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brian Cox
Actor
1-Jun-1946   The original Hannibal Lecter
Jason Flemyng
Actor
25-Sep-1966   The Quatermass Experiment
Shirley Henderson
Actor
24-Nov-1965   Trainspotting
John Hurt
Actor
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Andrew Keir
Actor
3-Apr-1926 5-Oct-1997 Quatermass and the Pit
Jessica Lange
Actor
20-Apr-1949   Tootsie
Liam Neeson
Actor
7-Jun-1952   Rob Roy, Gangs of New York
Tim Roth
Actor
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
Eric Stoltz
Actor
30-Sep-1961   Chicago Hope

CAST

Liam Neeson   ...   Rob Roy
Jessica Lange   ...   Mary
John Hurt   ...   Montrose
Tim Roth   ...   Cunningham
Eric Stoltz   ...   McDonald
Brian Cox   ...   Killearn
Andrew Keir   ...   Argyll
Brian McCardie   ...   Alasdair
David Hayman   ...   Sibbald
Gilbert Martin   ...   Guthrie
Vicki Masson   ...   Betty
Gilly Gilchrist   ...   Iain
Jason Flemyng   ...   Gregor
Ewan Stewart   ...   Coll
Brian McArthur   ...   Ranald
David Palmer   ...   Duncan
Myra McFadyen   ...   Tinker Woman
Karen Matheson   ...   Ceilidh Singer
Shirley Henderson   ...   Morag
John Murtagh   ...   Referee
Bill Gardiner   ...   Tavern Lad
Valentine Nwanze   ...   Servant Boy
Richard Bonehill   ...   Gutherie's Opponent

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