Sharpe's Rifles / Sharpe's Eagle details
|Starring:||Brian Cox, Assumpta Serna, Sean Bean, David Troughton, Daragh O'Malley|
|Studio:||CARLTON VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT LTD|
|15 Disc 1|
|15 Disc 2|
|Run time:||3 hours 20 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 Apr 2002|
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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's Rifles / Sharpe's Eagle'By ian3 (538 reviews) from Salisbury , 04 Aug 2008Another fantastic adventure from Sharpe, great a must to see
Well worth seeingBy a customer from Scotland , 14 Jan 2008Who wouldn't want to watch Sean Bean!!
sharpersBy mercedes (1 review) from 07881901227 lon w10 , 07 Jan 2008orderd both only got one .did not get seanb beannes eagle.???????????
what is a spoiler.
you can take my wife.
you can take my land.
but you cannot take my freeeeeeeedom.
says william wallace
Superb Stuff !By Gingeuk (23 reviews) from Tamworth , 13 Jul 2007I find it very difficult to criticise anything in this series ! Ok, some of the acting is a bit wooden in places, but you can't help but get drawn into this rousing, patriotic action series. Sean Bean is perfect as the common as muck but tough as hob nailed boots hero, Sharpe. The action is realsitic and thick and fast and to top it all, it has a memorable theme tune and score that adds to the passion of each epsiode. Stirring stuff, but if you are going to watch Sharpe, make sure you get the discs in order as they dont get issued as a boxset.
Drawn swords & fisticuffsBy Projectionista (34 reviews) from Etchingham , 23 May 2007Fans of Sean Bean and period action drama will still find much to enjoy in this opening story of the Sharpe's series. The introduction of the characters that will follow him through his adventures plus the usual sultry female interest and dastardly villains make for somewhat dated but lively action. Having only seen a few of the original series I don't know how the story progresses from episode to episode but I can only guess that events are woven around fact and that the rich background of the Napoleonic wars makes this rewarding from both the entertainment and historical point of view.