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The lady and the highwayman

Author: John HoughLew GradeAlbert FennellTerence FeelyHugh GrantAll authors
Publisher: La Crosse, WI : Platinum Disc Corp., ©2000.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 17th century England an English aristocrat (Hugh Grant) is forced to become a highwayman and falls in love with a young girl (Emma Samms) he has sworn to protect after her brother is beheaded by Cromwell. He not only saves her from a brutal husband, but helps her at the court of Charles II.
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Genre/Form: Love stories
Made-for-TV movies
Television adaptations
Action and adventure films
Drama
Film adaptations
Named Person: Charles, King of England; Barbara Cartland; Barbara Cartland; Charles, King of England
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Hough; Lew Grade; Albert Fennell; Terence Feely; Hugh Grant; Emma Samms; Oliver Reed; Claire Bloom; Christopher Cazenove; Lysette Anthony; Michael York; Laurie Johnson; Barbara Cartland; Grade Company.; Gainsborough Studios.; Platinum Disc Corporation.
OCLC Number: 49932144
Notes: Based on the novel by Barbara Cartland.
DVD release of a 1988 television production made by the Grade Company.
Special features include trivia quiz and biography of Hugh Grant.
Container lists time as: approx. 100 min.
Credits: Executive producer, Lord Lew Grade ; director of photography, Ternece Cole ; editor, Peter Weatherley ; music composed by Laurie Johnson.
Cast: Emma Samms, Oliver Reed, Claire Bloom, Christopher Cazenove, Lysette Anthony, Hugh Grant, Michael York.
Description: 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD format; Dolby digital.
Responsibility: Lord Grade in association with Gainsborough Pictures ; screenplay by Terence Feely ; produced by Albert Fennell, John Hough ; directed by John Hough.

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In 17th century England an English aristocrat (Hugh Grant) is forced to become a highwayman and falls in love with a young girl (Emma Samms) he has sworn to protect after her brother is beheaded by Cromwell. He not only saves her from a brutal husband, but helps her at the court of Charles II.

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