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William Wallace is a Scottish rebel who leads an uprising against the cruel English ruler Edward the Longshanks, who wishes to inherit the crown of Scotland for himself. When he was a young boy, William Wallace's father and brother, along with many others, lost their lives trying to free Scotland. Once he loses another of his loved ones, William Wallace begins his long quest to make Scotland free once and for all, along with the assistance of Robert the Bruce.

Director: Mel Gibson
Writer: Randall Wallace
Production: Paramount Pictures
Year: 1995
MetaScore: 68/100
ImdbRating: 8.3
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 24 May 1995
Awards: Won 5 Oscars. Another 28 wins & 32 nominations.


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Cast

Young William - James Robinson
Malcolm Wallace - Sean Lawlor
John Wallace - Sandy Nelson
Campbell - James Cosmo
MacClannough - Sean McGinley
Elder Stewart - Alan Tall
Young Hamish - Andrew Weir
Mother MacClannough - Gerda Stevenson
Priest No. 1 - Ralph Riach
Young Murron - Mhairi Calvey
Argyle Wallace - Brian Cox
Longshanks - King Edward I - Patrick McGoohan
Prince Edward - Peter Hanly
Princess Isabelle - Sophie Marceau
King's Advisor - Barry McGovern
Robert the Bruce - Angus Macfadyen
William Wallace - Mel Gibson
Morrison - Tommy Flanagan
Mrs. Morrison - Julie Austin
Bride's Father - Alex Norton
Toothless Girl - Joanne Bett
Lord Bottoms - Rupert Vansittart
Smythe - Michael Byrne
Priest No. 2 - Robert Paterson
Magistrate - Malcolm Tierney
Corporal (as William Masson) - William Scott-Masson
Madbaker / Flagman - Dean Lopata
MacGregor - Tam White
Stewart - Donal Gibson
Nicolette - Jeanne Marine
Lord Dolecroft - Martin Dunne
Leper's Caretaker - Fred Chiverton
The Leper - Ian Bannen
Faudron - Jimmy Chisholm
Stephen - David O'Hara
Lochlan - John Murtagh
Young Soldier - David McKay
Veteran - Peter Mullan
Lord Talmadge - Martin Murphy
Cheltham - Gerard McSorley
Governor of York - Richard Leaf
York Captain (as Daniel Coli) - Daniel Coll
English General - Niall O'Brien
Villager - Bill Murdoch
Farmer - Phil Kelly
Drinker No. 1 - Martin Dempsey
Drinker No. 2 - Jimmy Keogh
Chief Assassin - Joe Savino
Royal Magistrate - David Gant
Jailor - Mal Whyte
English Commander - Paul Tucker
Wallace Warrior - Stephen Austin
Royal Steward - John Burns
Kings Guard - Wayne Byrne
Irish Foot Soldier - Paul Casson-Yardley
Highland Clansman - Jon Church-Fraser
Warrior - Trevor Fehin
Doogal - Graeme Ford
Clan Warrior - John Micheal Foulger
Peasant - Declan Geraghty
Warrior #2 - Greg Jeloudov
Irish Horde - Jimmy Keegan
Clans Man - Andrew Kybett
Royal Steward - Arnold Montey
Lady at Wedding - Rana Morrison
English General - Jer O'Leary
Warrior - Derek Pykett