|Release Date : May. 24, 1995 | Rating ➦ ★★★★★★★★|
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 :|
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 |