SummarySharpe's rifles : Sharpe saves Wellesley's life and is promoted to Lieutenant. He is put in command of the Chosen men, a crack regiment of riflemen who resist acknowledging his authority. Sharpe's eagle : When the French seize the King's Colours and Sharpe loses an old friend in battle, he steadfastly, but quietly swears to avenge the officer's death and restore England's honour. Sharpe's company : Sharpe becomes a father and desperately attempts to rescue his Spanish lover Teresa and their daughter before French troops storm the city of Badajoz.
ContentsDisc 1. Sharpe's rifles
Disc 2. Sharpe's eagle
Disc 3. Sharpe's company.
-- (Fictitious character)
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.|
Clegg, Tom, director.
Harris, Eoghan, screenwriter.
Wood, Chas. (Charles), screenwriter.
Bean, Sean, actor.
Cox, Brian, 1946- actor.
O'Malley, Daragh, actor.
Fraser, Hugh, actor.
Serna, Assumpta, 1957- actor.
Ross, Hugh, actor.
Mears, Michael, actor.
Celtic/Picture Palace Production.
Central Independent Television.
BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Ltd.
Sean Bean, Brian Cox, Hugh Fraser, Daragh O'Malley, Hugh Ross, Michael Mears, Assumpta Serna.
Title from container.
Based on the novels of Bernard Cornwell.
Originally broadcast 1994-1995.
Contains 3 episodes.
DVD; full screen presentation, Dolby digital.
3 videodiscs (approximately 5 hr.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.