The Highwayman (1951)

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The Highwayman himself is an aristocrat who leads a party of associates to hold up the well-to-do and distribute their takings to the needy. This campaign is broadened when they discover ... See full summary »

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  • Philip Friend and Wanda Hendrix in The Highwayman (1951)
  • The Highwayman (1951)
  • Wanda Hendrix in The Highwayman (1951)
  • Wanda Hendrix in The Highwayman (1951)
  • Wanda Hendrix in The Highwayman (1951)
  • The Highwayman (1951)

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25 November 2007 | webthings
| Alfred Noyes Poem as movie swashbuckler
I actually saw this movie in the theater at the age of seven. Now that's an impressionable age, but more than 50 years later I can still envision the mist on the moors, the clouds scudding across the sky and the haunting music as one of the classic poems is beautifully brought to life. The dashing Highwayman daring all for love of the beautiful Bess; the jealous, sneaky, and lustful ostler betraying him to the authorities; the raucous redcoats lustfully jeering as they imprison the innkeeper's daughter, the brave and beautiful Bess willing to sacrifice all for her lover; who could ask for anything more in an adventure movie. This is a movie for those who just can't resist romance with a touch of ghost story.

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