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Chasing the Deer (1994)

The Jacobite Rebellion of Scotland, and thirty years after the first battle, Bonnie Prince Charlie and his army make a stand at Culloden.

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Maj. Elliot
Iain Cuthbertson ...
Tullibardine
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Alistair Campbell (as Mathew Zajac)
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Angus Cameron
Brian Donald ...
Old Campbell
Sandy Welch ...
Old Cameron
Peter Gordon ...
McKinnon
Carolyn Konrad ...
Morag
Lynn Ferguson ...
Shonagh
Lewis Rae ...
Simon Kirk ...
Sgt. Kirk
Andy McCullogh ...
Sgt. Monroe
Callum McDougal ...
Crofter
Steven Cooper ...
Crofter
Michael Leighton ...
O'Sullivan
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The Jacobite Rebellion of Scotland, and thirty years after the first battle, Bonnie Prince Charlie and his army make a stand at Culloden.

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It will stir your blood and break your heart.

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History | War

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16 December 1994 (USA)  »

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1746 - Die Schlacht in den Highlands  »

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Brian Blessed committed to the project immediately after reading the script, although he had to wait three years before the financing fell into place. See more »

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Battle Lines
By John Wetton, Bob Marlette (as Bob Marlett) and Bob Mitchell
Taken from the album 'Battle Lines'
Courtesy of Cromwell Records
Published by Warner Chappell / Full Keel Music Co.
Dial M for Music copyright 1992
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A Fine tale

This is a film for those of us who take a lot of interest in world history particularly in the politics that transpired between England and her surrounding islands. The battle scenes do not come close to the ones in such flicks like "Braveheart", but beyond that the whole production shows the power of the human spirit(the Wallace clan) in challenging the might of the oppressors(the English)


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