Sharpe's enemy. Set two

Format: DVD 2009
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Location Collection Call #
Jefferson Hills Public Library Audio Visual DVD FIC SHA SET 2
Location  Jefferson Hills Public Library
Collection  Audio Visual
Call Number  DVD FIC SHA SET 2
Sharpe's enemy : Sharpe leads a mission to free an English colonel's wife who is hostage to a gang of lawless deserters led by an evil villain from Sharpe's past. Sharpe's honour : When a French spy frames him for dishonouring a Spanish aristocrat's wife, Sharpe faces arrest, duels, court martial and death to clear his good name and avoid damaging Britain's alliance with Spain. Sharpe's gold : Wellington orders Sharpe to trade refles for deserters captured by the terrifying Partisan leader, El Casco. Complicating his mission is Wellington's cousin who has arrived in Spain searching for her husband.
Disc 1. Sharpe's enemy
Disc 2. Sharpe's honour
Disc 3. Sharpe's gold.

Additional Information
Subjects Sharpe, Richard -- (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815 -- Drama.
Peninsular War, 1807-1814 -- Drama.
Action and adventure television programs.
War television programs.
Historical television programs.
Publisher [Richmond Hill, Ont.] :BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Ltd.,2009
Edition Full screen version.
Other Titles Sharpe's enemy.
Contributors Lewis, Simon, producer.
Burt, Chris, producer.
Harris, Eoghan, screenwriter.
MacDonald, Colin M. (Colin MacGilp), 1882-1957, screenwriter.
Clegg, Tom, director.
Bean, Sean, actor.
O'Malley, Daragh, actor.
Serna, Assumpta, 1957- actor.
Fraser, Hugh, actor.
Hurley, Elizabeth, 1965- actor.
Postlethwaite, Pete, actor.
Mears, Michael, actor.
Cornwell, Bernard. Sharpe's enemy.
BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Ltd.
Central Independent Television.
Celtic/Picture Palace Production for Central.
Participants/Performers Sean Bean, Daragh O'Malley, Assumpta Serna, Hugh Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley, Pete Postlethwaite, Michael Mears.
Language English
Notes Title from container.
Based on the novels of Bernard Cornwell.
Originally broadcast 1994-1995.
System Details DVD ; full screen presentation, Dolby digital.
Description 3 videodiscs (approximately 5 hr.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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