The Lady and the Highwayman
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The Lady and the Highwayman

Year:
Duration:
90 min
Genres:
Adventure | Drama | Romance
IMDB rate:
6.3
Director:
John Hough
Details
Country: UK
Release Date: 1989-01-22
Filming Locations: Dorney Court, Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Cast
Actor
Character
Oliver Reed
Oliver Reed
The Lady and the Highwayman
Emma Samms
Barbara Castlemaine
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
Patricia Ford
Poor Woman (as Tricia Ford)
Roy Boyd
Sir John
Kenneth Gilbert
Lord Henry
Jeffery Dench
Magistrate
Christopher Robbie
Priest
Terence Plummer
Axeman (as Terry Plummer)
Adam Whyte
Richard Vyne
Derek Pykett
Sword-Bearer (uncredited)
Glenn Webster
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Trivia
A number of characters portrayed dual rules. Hugh Grant played Lucius Vyne and highwayman Silver Blade, Emma Samms played Barbara Villiers and Barbara Castlemaine, and Gareth Hunt played Stangret and Sergeant Potter.
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The character of Lady Castlemaine aka Lady Barbara Castlemaine (Emma Samms) is based on Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland, Countess of Castlemaine, and a mistress of King Charles II, and whose descendants include Princess Diana and former 1955-1957 British Prime Minister Anthony Eden.
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Final feature film of Bernard Miles but made for television.
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Quotes
King Charles II: Thank you for my ring; it was always one of my favorites. Now, where's my hat?
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Lord Lucius Vyne: My darling wife.
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Narrator: In 1649, the English Parliament had executed Charles I and England became a republic under the oppressive reign of General Oliver Cromwell, backed by the army. The king's son, Charles II, made repeated attempted from France to regain the throne Is this interesting? Interesting? Yes No | Share this Share this: Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Permalink Hide options [first lines] Lord Lucius Vyne: There's not much time, Milord. The boat back to France will be waiting in the next cove.
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Photos from cast
Oliver Reed