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Braveheart 7.9

Enraged at the slaughter of Murron, his new bride and childhood love, Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a platoon of the local English lord's soldiers. This leads the village to revolt and, eventually, the entire country to rise up against English rule.

  Genre   Production Release
  • Action
  • Drama
  • History
  • War
  • Icon Entertainment International
  • The Ladd Company
  • B.H. Finance C.V.
24 May 1995

Cast

Mel Gibson
(William Wallace)
Catherine McCormack
(Murron MacClannough)
Sophie Marceau
(Princess Isabelle)
Patrick McGoohan
(King Edward)
Angus Macfadyen
(Robert the Bruce)
Brendan Gleeson
(Hamish Campbell)
James Robinson
(Young William Wallace)
James Cosmo
(Campbell)
Sean McGinley
(MacClannough)
Gerda Stevenson
(Mother MacClannough)
Mhairi Calvey
(Young Murron MacClannough)
Jeanne Marine
(Nicolette)
Sean Lawlor
(Malcolm Wallace)
Sandy Nelson
(John Wallace)
Alan Tall
(Elder Stewart)
Andrew Weir
(Young Hamish Campbell)
Brian Cox
(Argyle Wallace)
Peter Hanly
(Edward, Prince of Wales)
Stephen Billington
(Phillip)
Tommy Flanagan
(Morrison)
Rupert Vansittart
(Lord Bottoms)
Tam White
(MacGregor)
Ian Bannen
(Robert Bruce Sr.)
David O'Hara
(Stephen, Irish Fighter)
Peter Mullan
(Veteran)
David Gant
(Chief Justice/Executioner)
Malcolm Tierney
(Magistrate)
Martin Murphy
(Lord Talmadge)
Gerard McSorley
(Cheltham)
Bernard Horsfall
(Balliol)
Richard Leaf
(Governor of York)
Liam Carney
(Sean)
Ralph Riach
(Priest No. 1)
Barry McGovern
(King's Advisor)
John Kavanagh
(Craig)
Alun Armstrong
(Mornay)
Alex Norton
(Bride's Father)
Michael Byrne
(Smythe)
Dean Lopata
(Madbaker / Flagman)
Donal Gibson
(Stewart)
Jimmy Chisholm
(Faudron)
John Murtagh
(Lochlan)
David McKay
(Young soldier)
Niall O'Brien
(English General)
Mal Whyte
(Jailor)
Rana Morrison
(Lady at Wedding (uncredited))
Jer O'Leary
(English General (uncredited))
Daniel Coll
(York Captain)