Sharpe's Company / Sharpe's Enemy details
|Starring:||Nicholas Jones, Pete Postlethwaite, Assumpta Serna, Sean Bean, Daragh O'Malley, Hugh Fraser, Clive Francis, Michael Byrne, Jeremy Chil, Francois Guetary|
|Studio:||CARLTON VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT LTD|
|Collections:||100 Big Adventures|
|TBC Disc 1|
|TBC Disc 2|
|Run time:||3 hours 22 minutes|
|Rental release:||13 May 2002|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Here is the series order listBy Melanie Salmon from London, England , 18 Aug 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]It is essential that you get this series in order. It is a masterpiece, that is destroyed often by lack of the series order knowledge, so here it is.
1) Sharpe's Rifle's
2) Sharpe's Eagle's
3) Sharpe's Company
4) Sharpe's Enemy
5) Sharpe's Honour
6) Sharpe's Gold
7) Sharpe's Battle
8) Sharpe's Sword
9) Sharpe's Regiment
10) Sharpe's Seige
11) Sharpe's Mission
12) Sharpe's Revenge
13) Sharpe's Justice
14) Sharpe's Waterloo
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Sharpe (as seen on TV)By a customer from Kent, England , 21 Sep 2006If you haven't seen Sharpe on TV, then watch there first to decided you want to rent them. Knowledge of the Napoleonic wars not required (yes - they have an historical background). Death, violence and dislike of the French (men, rather than women) is required. And you will not get them in order so someone that dies in one DVD will suddenly be alive in another. Historically can be inaccurate but an enjoyable romp.
Try and get them in the correct sequence!By a customer from Chobham, England , 12 Jun 2006Perhaps 2 of the most significant episodes ruined by having them delivered in the wrong order - and no hint of an apology from our hosts.
Great episodes with the best baddie display ever (Pete Postlethwaite) and some real gut wrenching moments.
Sean Bean in secondary roleBy a customer from North wales , 08 May 2006Sean in typical Richard Sharpe mode usually takes centre stage but in this and 'Sharpe's Enemy' the very excellent Pete Postlethwaite is the star of show. Performances worthy of a BAFTA at least and although his character was repulsive it was sad that he will not be around to figure in later episodes. Very enjoyable.
SharpeBy a customer from Dunbar, Scotland , 24 Apr 2006Another Great DVD in the series of Sharpe Worth viewing
SharpeBy a customer from Dunbar, Scotland , 24 Apr 2006Another Great Sharpe DVD worth viewing