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Hornblower: Loyalty (original title)
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Hornblower is given a dangerous mission to deliver an emigre French nobleman to a secret rendezvous near Brest while coping with enemy agents in his own ranks.

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Commander Horatio Hornblower
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Admiral Sir Edward Pellew
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Lieutenant Bush
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Major Côtard
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Wolfe
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Master Prowse
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Maria Mason
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Mrs. Mason
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Matthews
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Styles
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Captain Hammond
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Midshipman Jack Hammond
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Steward James Doughty
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Midshipman Charles Orrock
Jim McManus ...
Pawnbroker
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Irishman
Neil Conrich ...
Bailiff
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French Midshipman

Directed by

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Andrew Grieve

Written by

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C.S. Forester ... (novel "Horatio and the Hotspur")
 
Niall Leonard ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Andrew Benson ... producer
Michele Buck ... executive producer: Granada/LWT
Liz Bunton ... line producer
Delia Fine ... executive producer: A&E Network
Emilio Nunez ... supervising producer: A&E Network

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John E. Keane ... (as John Keane)

Cinematography by

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Chris O'Dell

Film Editing by

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Keith Palmer

Editorial Department

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Simon Harris ... assistant film editor
Vincent Narduzzo ... telecine colorist (as Vince Narduzzo)
Shane Warden ... editor: video tape

Casting By

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Susie Parriss

Production Design by

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Rob Harris

Art Direction by

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Stephen Campbell
Paul Cross
Peter Wenham

Set Decoration by

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Tina Jones

Costume Design by

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John Mollo

Makeup Department

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Suzan Broad ... hair designer / makeup designer
Maureen Hannaford-Naisbitt ... makeup artist
Joe Hopker ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Gail Kennett ... executive in charge of production
Louise Rowe ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Sarah Dibsdall ... second assistant director
Nathan Holmes ... third assistant director
Radford Neville ... first assistant director
Morgan Peto ... assistant director
Lance Roehrig ... first assistant director: second unit

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Dave Channon ... construction manager
Robert Channon ... scenic painter
Garry Dawson ... stand-by props
Kevin Day ... stand-by prop
Katie Lee ... props buyer
David Packard ... scenic artist

Sound Department

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James Bain ... boom operator / sound maintenance
Rudi Buckle ... sound mixer / sound recordist
Enzo Cannatella ... sound effects editor
Michael Crouch ... supervising sound editor
Colin Martin ... dubbing mixer
Dave Sloss ... foley recordist
Mark Verner ... sound editor

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Alex Gurucharri ... special effects
Tom Harris ... special effects
Garth Inns ... special effects senior technician: model unit
Jeremy Lovett ... senior technician: model unit
Jared Manley ... special effects technician
Mark Roberts ... special effects technician: model unit

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Phil Attfield ... digital effects supervisor
Robin Beard ... digital effects artist
Neil Cunningham ... visual effects supervisor
Tom Hocking ... digital compositor: men-from-mars
Viv Jim ... digital compositor: Men From Mars
Jackie Rowson ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Jeff Hewitt-Davis ... stunt arranger

Camera and Electrical Department

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Christian Abomnes ... first assistant camera / focus puller
Martin Cox ... electrician
Paul Donachie ... camera operator
James Foster ... second assistant camera
Vince Goddard ... gaffer
Gwilym Hoosen-Owen ... electrician
Karl Morgan ... camera operator
Nigel Permane ... first assistant camera: model unit
Nigel Stone ... director of photography: model unit

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alan Flyng ... costume supervisor / wardrobe master
Barbara Rutter ... assistant costume designer / costume supervisor

Location Management

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George Griffiths ... location manager
Pat Karam ... location manager

Other crew

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Peter Foster ... runner
Linda Gibson ... script supervisor
Will Gould ... script editor
Martin Gutteridge ... director: model unit
Ryan Harrington ... production coordinator
Sasha Harris ... production coordinator
Steve Morphew ... stand-in: Ioan Gruffudd
Louise O'Malley ... production accountant
Douglas Ray ... contact: London (as Douglas M. Ray)
Natalie Rogers ... assistant to producer
Kerry Smith ... assistant accountant
Derek Wax ... script executive
Marlea Willis ... senior unit publicist: A&E Network

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The war with France has been over for a year and Horatio Hornblower finds himself on land. With his ship, the Retribution, laid up and his promotion to Commander rescinded as a result, he finds himself a poor Lieutenant in a peace time navy. He has taken to playing cards to make a living. Luck presents itself in the form Sir Edward Pellew, his mentor and former commanding officer. Horatio soon finds himself again promoted to Commander and in charge of a sloop, the HMS Hotspur. He recruits his old shipmate Lt. Bush as his first officer, along with Matthews and Stiles. His task is to transport a French officer to the coast but once ashore, Horatio discovers the French amassing an invasion force. Once again at war, the men of the Hotspur are tasked to lead an advance force against a shore battery ahead of the British fleet. Hornblower soon realizes he has a traitor among his crew. In his personal life, he has to deal with the lovely Maria, his landlady's daughter who has taken quite a liking to him Written by garykmcd

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Also Known As
  • Hornblower and the Hotspur (United States)
  • Horatio Hornblower 3 (United States)
  • Hornblower - Loyalität (Germany)
  • Hornblower: Lojalnosc (Poland)
  • Kapetan Hornblouer: Odanost (Serbia)
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Runtime
  • 125 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia When Hornblower, with his men, is locked in the stocks, he urges them to break free by saying "Two, six, heave". This is a British Royal Navy phrase used to coordinate seamen's pulling. See more »
Goofs In the end, when Captain Hammond shoots himself, there is a large blood spray which is obviously a CGI effect edited in post-production, as it disappears too fast and there is no sign of blood on the floor or on Hammond's head later, when he is lying on the floor. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Hornblower: Duty (2003). See more »
Soundtracks God Save the King See more »
Quotes Lieutenant Bush: [Mr. Bush has noticed that there is no mention of Horatio's smothering the fuse of a cannon ball] Sir, I hope you will not fail to mention the incident.
Commander Horatio Hornblower: It has been recorded in the log.
Lieutenant Bush: [reading] A five inch shot, fired from shore, landed on deck and failed to explode. Sir, that is not what happened.
Commander Horatio Hornblower: Was not a five inch shot fired from shore?
Lieutenant Bush: Yes, sir.
Commander Horatio Hornblower: Did it not land on deck?
Lieutenant Bush: Well, yes sir but...
Commander Horatio Hornblower: Did it perhaps explode without my noticing?
Lieutenant Bush: No, sir.
Commander Horatio Hornblower: Then my report is accurate.
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