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Set in old England, Hugh Grant ("Four Weddings & a Funeral", "Notting Hill") plays a highwayman who steals from the rich and gives to the poor. But during one of his robberies, he falls in love with an aristocratic lady, Emma Samms ("Star Quest", "Delirious"). Now, he is forced to choose between his true love or his true cause. This swash-buckling romantic adventure will have you on the edge of your seat with every swing of Hugh's savage sword.

  1. John Hough

    Director

  2. Barbara Cartland

    Novel

  3. Terence Feely

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Emma Samms

    Emma Samms

    Barbara Castlemaine

  2. Oliver Reed

    Oliver Reed

    Sir Phillip Gage

  3. Claire Bloom

    Claire Bloom

    Lady Emma Darlington

  4. Christopher Cazenove

    Christopher Cazenove

    Rudolph Vyne

  5. Hugh Grant

    Hugh Grant

    Lord Lucius Vyne

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The Lady and the Highwayman

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Status Released

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  • January 22, 1989
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 30m

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