The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982)
This version of Baroness Orczy's classic novel was made for British television. The film is about a British adventurer who rescues several French aristocrats from being killed during the French Revolution. Told at a quick, engaging pace, the movie is lavishly produced, featuring several spectacular sets and costumes.
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A campy adaptation of the classic story of derring do that has some nice period detail, a decent cast and Jane Seymour at her most stunning. Hardly a classic, but reasonably good fun.More
When I rented this movie it was under the swashbuckling section, I really had no idea what to expect. What I got was a really entertaining film. This film is a mix between Zorro and The Three Musketeers. The sets and costumes were great. Ian McKellen was so evil. This movie was great entertainment.More
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