Braveheart (1995)

Braveheart (1995)

Release Date : May. 24, 1995 | Rating ★★★★★★★★
Details : 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.
Duration : 2 Hours 57 Minutes
Cast and Crew :

Mel Gibson as William Wallace

Catherine McCormack as Murron MacClannough

Sophie Marceau as Princess Isabelle

Patrick McGoohan as King Edward

Angus Macfadyen as Robert the Bruce

Brendan Gleeson as Hamish Campbell

James Robinson as Young William Wallace

James Cosmo as Campbell

Sean McGinley as MacClannough

Gerda Stevenson as Mother MacClannough

Mhairi Calvey as Young Murron MacClannough

Jeanne Marine as Nicolette

Brian Cox as Argyle Wallace

Stephen Billington as Phillip

Tommy Flanagan as Morrison

Ian Bannen as Robert Bruce Sr.

David O'Hara as Stephen Irish Fighter

Peter Mullan as Veteran

Richard Leaf as Governor of York

Barry McGovern as King's Advisor

Alun Armstrong as Mornay

Alex Norton as Bride's Father

Michael Byrne as Smythe

Niall O'Brien as English General

Sean Lawlor as Malcolm Wallace | Sandy Nelson as John Wallace | Alan Tall as Elder Stewart | Andrew Weir as Young Hamish Campbell | Peter Hanly as Edward Prince of Wales | Rupert Vansittart as Lord Bottoms | Tam White as MacGregor | David Gant as Chief Justice/Executioner | Malcolm Tierney as Magistrate | Martin Murphy as Lord Talmadge | Gerard McSorley as Cheltham | Bernard Horsfall as Balliol | Liam Carney as Sean | Ralph Riach as Priest No. 1 | John Kavanagh as Craig | Julie Austin as Mrs. Morrison | William Scott-Masson as Corporal | Dean Lopata as Madbaker / Flagman | Donal Gibson as Stewart | Jimmy Chisholm as Faudron | John Murtagh as Lochlan | David McKay as Young soldier | Martin Dempsey as Drinker #1 | Jimmy Keogh as Drinker #2 | Joe Savino as Chief Assassin | Mal Whyte as Jailor | Paul Tucker as English Commander | Greg Jeloudov as Warrior #2 (uncredited) | Rana Morrison as Lady at Wedding (uncredited) | Jer O'Leary as English General (uncredited) | Joanne Bett as Toothless Girl | Robert Paterson as Priest No. 2 | Martin Dunne as Lord Dolecroft | Fred Chiverton as Leper's Caretaker | Daniel Coll as York Captain | Bill Murdoch as Villager | Director  : Mel Gibson | Producer  : Mel Gibson | Producer  : Bruce Davey | Producer  : Alan Ladd Jr. | Executive Producer  : Stephen McEveety | Producer  : Elisabeth Robinson | Producer  : Dean Lopata |