PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, History
A trapper and his young son get pulled into the American revolution early as unwilling participants and remain involved through to the end.
Debut credited theatrical feature film performance as an actress of singer Annie Lennox.
We're going to find us a place. Where they ain't no one to bow down to. Where they ain't no Lord or Lady better than you. Where you can say what you like - and climb as high as you want. And they ain't - nobody gonna treat no one like a dog in the ...
In battle, the British soldiers are depicted taking short steps; in reality, Redcoats were trained to take long paces, so as to close the range quickly.
In 2009, Hugh Hudson made his own director's cut titled "Revolution Revisited" which was also released on DVD. The new version featured new narration recorded by Al Pacino, a different ending, and removed 10 minutes of footage from the film.
$52,755 29 December 1985
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