In 1793 Sir Percy learns that Lady Marguerite's brother, Armand St. Just, was arrested for a crime against France. Later Chauvelin imprisons her as well at La Force. The League now seeks to free both.

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Minette Roland
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In 1793 Sir Percy learns that Lady Marguerite's brother, Armand St. Just, was arrested for a crime against France. Later Chauvelin imprisons her as well at La Force. The League now seeks to free both.

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Sir Percy at one point describes Fumier, who is Chauvelin's man and who spies for him, as a "turd". The word Fumier in French translates as "dung" or "manure". See more »

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Percy Blakeney: Sir my most abject and humble apologies, I completely drowned your cravat. How can I possible make amends for such clumsiness?
Chauvelin: It's of no consequents it's only a cravat.
Percy Blakeney: Only a cravat? Oh, my dear sir. A cravat is the apotheosis of all neckwear. A cravat desigeshes a man of refinement from the merely ordinary it sneers at the severity of the stock. It is the only item of dress the expresses true individuality. And whether is be made of lace or silk or the finest loom it thrives on ingenuity, on...
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Ça Ira
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Arranged by Michael Reed
Performed by Richard E. Grant
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Excellent
5 December 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is just one of the best Scarlet Pimpernel series l have ever seen, Richard E Grant is ideal as the Pimpernel and Martin Shaw stands out at the evil Chauvelin, the series also benefits from having the same director Patrick Lau all through series 1 & 2.

It's not hard to get these films as most can be bought from any of the Pound shops, but well worth the £6 if you can get all 6 parts, l have to mention also Elizabeth McGovern who plays the Pimpernels wife Marguerite, all in all a well acted, well staged production, and seeing that guillotine from time to time makes one shiver at the very thought of it...


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