PG | | Adventure, Drama, History
An Irish rogue wins the heart of a rich widow and assumes her dead husband's aristocratic position in 18th-century England.
Brian Blessed was cut out of the final print.
Gentlemen, cock your pistols! Gentlemen...
Narrator: Barry's father...
Second: ...aim your pistols!
Narrator: ...had been bred, like many other young sons of a genteel family, to the profession of the law.
Narrator: And there is no doubt he would've...
Narrator: ...made an eminent ...
Captain Potzdorf and Colonel Bulow (the commander of the Prussian regiment into which Barry was pressed), wear mustaches. No officers in the Prussian army wore facial hair, with the exception of hussar (light cavalry) officers. Facial hair fell out of fashion for gentlemen (and therefore, officers, who were considered gentlemen), from the end of the 17th century until after the beginning of the 19th. Mustaches became common in the German army only after that time.
English, German, French
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