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Writers:
Barbara Cartland (novel)
Terence Feely (screenplay)
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Release Date:
22 January 1989 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
A handsome rogue steals a Lady's heart. See more »
Plot:
Swashbuckling tale of romance, betrayal, jealousy, banditry, murder and court intrigue set in the 1660s, during the Restoration to the English throne of King Charles II. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Emma Samms ... Barbara Castlemaine

Oliver Reed ... Sir Phillip Gage

Claire Bloom ... Lady Emma Darlington

Christopher Cazenove ... Rudolph Vyne

Lysette Anthony ... Lady Panthea Vyne

Hugh Grant ... Lord Lucius Vyne

Michael York ... King Charles II

John Mills ... Sir Lawrence Dobson

Ian Bannen ... Christian Drysdale

Robert Morley ... Lord Chancellor

Bernard Miles ... Judge

Gordon Jackson ... Harry
Gareth Hunt ... Coachman / Sgt. Potter
Steffanie Pitt ... Martha (as Stephanie Pitt)
Floyd Bevan ... Jack
Wayne Michaels ... Rory
Lamya Derval ... The Queen
Forbes Collins ... Krull
Liz Fraser ... Flossie

James Booth ... Millionaire
Tommy Duggan ... Kindly Gaoler
John Baskcomb ... Archbishop

Greg Powell ... Roundhead Officer
Preston Lockwood ... Vicar

Stephan Chase ... Lord Evesham

Julia Verdin ... Lady Caroline (as Octavia Verdin)
Lea Rochelle ... Lady Anne
Dorothy Lawrence ... Lady Henrietta
Jennifer Croxton ... Lady Sarah
Tricia Ford ... Poor Woman
Roy Boyd ... Sir John
Kenneth Gilbert ... Lord Henry
Jeffery Dench ... Magistrate
Christopher Robbie ... Priest

Terence Plummer ... Axeman (as Terry Plummer)
Adam Whyte ... Richard Vyne
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Derek Pykett ... Sword-Bearer (uncredited)

Glenn Webster ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Directed by
John Hough 
 
Writing credits
Barbara Cartland (novel)

Terence Feely (screenplay)

Produced by
Albert Fennell .... producer
Lew Grade .... executive producer (as Lord Lew Grade)
John Hough .... producer
Peter Manley .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Laurie Johnson 
 
Cinematography by
Terry Cole (director of photography) (as Terence Cole)
 
Film Editing by
Peter Weatherley 
 
Production Design by
Keith Wilson 
 
Art Direction by
Stephen Bream 
 
Set Decoration by
Harry Cordwell 
 
Costume Design by
Joan Ellacott 
 
Makeup Department
Joan Carpenter .... hair stylist
Eddie Knight .... makeup artist
Daphne Martin .... hair stylist
Basil Newall .... makeup artist
Barbara Ritchie .... hair stylist
Joan White .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
John Collingwood .... executive in charge of production
Russell Lodge .... unit production manager
Jean Walter .... executive in charge of production
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John O'Connor .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Bill Draper .... construction manager
Sid Palmer .... prop buyer
 
Sound Department
Paul B. Clay .... sound editor (as Paul Clay)
John Hayward .... sound mixer
Peter Lennard .... sound editor
Wally Plummer .... sound mixer
Guido Reidy .... boom operator (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Graeme Crowther .... stunts
Elaine Ford .... stunts
Dinny Powell .... stunts
Greg Powell .... stunt coordinator
Terry Walsh .... stunts
Nick Wilkinson .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Neil Binney .... camera operator
Colin Powton .... lighting technician (Colin Powton) (as Mr. Lighting)
Mike Tomlin .... focus puller
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Don Mothersill .... wardrobe supervisor
Sara Perceval .... special costumes by
 
Editorial Department
Peter Culverwell .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Laurie Johnson .... conductor (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Sarah Johnson .... production assistant
Doreen Soan .... script supervisor
Sali Williams .... production assistant
 
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90 min
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Trivia:
The amount of the ransom for highwayman "Silver Blade" aka Lord Lucius Vyne (Hugh Grant) was one thousand guineas.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Lord Lucius Vyne:There's not much time, Milord. The boat back to France will be waiting in the next cove.
King Charles II:Lord Lucius, I am glad you persuaded me to risk coming out of exile in France to see for myself. I know now that the people are for me. They're sick of Cromwell and his Commonwealth! They want their Charles II. But you have made powerful enemies. When I am back on the throne, if you should need me, send me this.
[hands Lord Lucius his ring]
Lord Lucius Vyne:I am honored, sire, but I fear you will have enough enemies of your own.
[...]
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12 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
:), 24 August 2002
Author: leonard1 from Wisconsin, USA

I loved this movie growing up, it was a lot of fun and always amusing to know you were a fan of Hugh Grant before he became famous ;) This movie was released as "SilverBlade" in Australia where I grew up and first saw it, and it wasn't until I came to the United States that I found out it had another name. So if there are any Aussies out there wondering if this is the same movie - it is - I have seen both SilverBlade and The Lady & The Highwayman and they are exactly the same.

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