Sharpe's. Rifles collection set
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
DVD set about maverick British officer Richard Sharpe, who rises through the ranks of Wellington's army by his own daring deeds and ambition. Includes titles: Rifles; Eagle; Company; Enemy; and Honour.
Acclaimed actor Sean Bean (The Island, The Lord of the Rings) stars in this action-packed series set in the midst of the desperate missions and battles of the Napoleonic Wars. Adapted from Bernard Cornwell's bestselling novels, Bean portrays maverick British officer Richard Sharpe who rises through the ranks of Wellington's army by his own daring deeds and ambition. Fast-moving, hard-hitting adventure, Sharpe brings to the screen all the danger, romance and sheer spectacle of one of the bloodiest periods in English warfare. Includes: Rifles, Eagle Company, Enemy and Honour.
|Series||Masterpiece theatre (Television program)|
-- (Fictitious character)
Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Drama.
Peninsular War, 1807-1814 -- Drama.
Action and adventure television programs.
|Publisher|| Richmond Hill, Ont. : [Place of publication not identified] :BFS Video ;2005
Distributed by Carlton International,
|Other Titles|| Sharpes (Television program)
Rifles collection set
Cox, Brian, 1946-
Serna, Assumpta, 1957-
Salkey, Jason, 1962-
Francis, Clive, 1946-
Hurley, Elizabeth, 1965-
Krige, Alice, 1954-
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's rifles.
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's eagle.
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's company.
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's enemy.
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's honour.
BFS Video (Firm)
Picture Palace Productions.
Central Independent Television.
Sean Bean, Brian Cox, Assumpta Serna, David Troughton, Hugh Fraser, Daragh O'Malley, Michael Mears, John Tams, Jason Salkey, Lyndon Davies, Clive Francis, Pete Postlethwaite, Elizabeth Hurley, Féodor Atkine, Alice Krige.
Cinematography, Ivan Strasburg, Arthur Wooster ; editors, Robin Sales, Michael Parker ; music, Dominic Muldowney, John Tams.
Title from container.
Based on the novels by Bernard Cornwell.
Originally broadcast 1994-1995.
DVD, Dolby Digital.
5 videodiscs (approximately 500 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.