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Braveheart (19-May-1995)

Director: Mel Gibson

Writer: Randall Wallace

Music Composed by: James Horner

Producers: Mel Gibson; Alan Ladd, Jr.; Bruce Davey

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martyrdom, Scotland, Archery

After the English adopt a horrific policy resulting in the death of Scottish peasant William Wallace's wife, he turns his thirst for vengeance into a nationwide revolt against English tyranny. Violence in the scenes at the Battle of Stirling match those in Saving Private Ryan (1998). Won 5 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography; received 5 additional nominations including Best Screenplay and Best Score.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alun Armstrong
Actor
17-Jul-1946   Brian Lane on New Tricks
Ian Bannen
Actor
28-Jun-1928 3-Nov-1999 Waking Ned
Brian Cox
Actor
1-Jun-1946   The original Hannibal Lecter
Tommy Flanagan
Actor
3-Jul-1965   Dead Dogs Lie
Mel Gibson
Actor
3-Jan-1956   Mad Max
Brendan Gleeson
Actor
29-Mar-1955   Mad-Eye Moody
Angus Macfadyen
Actor
21-Sep-1963   Braveheart
Sophie Marceau
Actor
17-Nov-1966   The World Is Not Enough
Catherine McCormack
Actor
1-Jan-1972   A Sound of Thunder
Patrick McGoohan
Actor
19-Mar-1928 13-Jan-2009 Number Six on The Prisoner
Peter Mullan
Actor
2-Nov-1959   My Name Is Joe
David O'Hara
Actor
9-Jul-1965   Braveheart
Tam White
Singer
c. 1944   Scottish blues singer and actor

CAST

Mel Gibson   ...   William Wallace
Sophie Marceau   ...   Princess Isabelle
Patrick McGoohan   ...   Longshanks -- King Edward I
Catherine McCormack   ...   Murron
Angus Macfadyen   ...   Robert the Bruce
Brendan Gleeson   ...   Hamish
David O'Hara   ...   Stephen
Ian Bannen   ...   The Leper
James Robinson   ...   Young William
Sean Lawlor   ...   Malcolm Wallace
Sandy Nelson   ...   John Wallace
James Cosmo   ...   Campbell
Sean McGinley   ...   MacClannough
Alan Tall   ...   Elder Stewart
Andrew Weir   ...   Young Hamish
Gerda Stevenson   ...   Mother MacClannough
Ralph Riach   ...   Priest #1
Mhairi Calvey   ...   Young Murron
Brian Cox   ...   Argyle Wallace
Peter Hanly   ...   Prince Edward
Stephen Billington   ...   Phillip
Barry McGovern   ...   King's Advisor
John Kavanagh   ...   Craig
Alun Armstrong   ...   Mornay
Tommy Flanagan   ...   Morrison
Julie Austin   ...   Mrs. Morrison
Alex Norton   ...   Bride's Father
Joanne Bett   ...   Toothless Girl
Rupert Vansittart   ...   Lord Bottoms
Michael Byrne   ...   Smythe
Robert Paterson   ...   Priest #2
Malcolm Tierney   ...   Magistrate
William Masson   ...   Corporal
Dean Lopata   ...   Madbaker / Flagman
Tam White   ...   MacGregor
Donal Gibson   ...   Stewart
Jeanne Marine   ...   Nicolette
Martin Dunne   ...   Lord Dolecroft
Fred Chiverton   ...   Leper's Caretaker
Jimmy Chisholm   ...   Faudron
John Murtagh   ...   Lochlan
David McKay   ...   Young Soldier
Peter Mullan   ...   Veteran
Martin Murphy   ...   Lord Talmadge
Gerard McSorley   ...   Cheltham
Bernard Horsfall   ...   Balliol
Richard Leaf   ...   Governor of York
Daniel ColI   ...   York Captain
Niall O'Brien   ...   English General
Liam Carney   ...   Sean
Bill Murdoch   ...   Villager
Phil Kelly   ...   Farmer
Martin Dempsey   ...   Drinker #1
Jimmy Keogh   ...   Drinker #2
Joe Savino   ...   Chief Assassin
David Gant   ...   Royal Magistrate
Mal Whyte   ...   Jailor
Paul Tucker   ...   English Commander

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