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LE BOSSU (1997)

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A sumptuous swashbuckler, with romance, swordfights and a slyly subtle wit. It's 1699, and dashing young blade Lagardere (Daniel Auteil) becomes the best friend of the fabulously wealthy Duc de Nevers (Vincent Perez) who must produce a legitimate heir. Loitering with intent is Nevers's treacherous cousin, Count Gonzague, who rather fancies a bite of the cherry, and is prepared to do anything to get it. An excellent, highly entertaining adaptation of Paul Feval's novel. find out more...
LE BOSSU (1959)

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Set during the height of the French aristocracy, Le Bossu is a classic swashbuckling romp, thick with skulduggery, revenge and some fantastic swordsmanship. A rip roaring period adventure. find out more...

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Another reworking of Daniel Defoe's classic novel sees "Bond" taking the role of the shipwrecked mariner. Robinson Crusoe is a pacey and entertaining adaptation of this timeless adventure. find out more...

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Epic adaptation of Fenimore-Cooper's novel of the Anglo-French war for sovereignty of the Americas. Lewis is superb as Hawkeye, the adopted Mohawk caught up in the battle because of his love for English Rose Stowe. Beautiful scenery, wonderful costumes and non-stop action that never lets go. find out more...

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