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The tumbrels roll through the streets of Paris, carrying enemies of the new French Republic to their appointments with �Madame Guillotine.� But to the revolutionaries� fury, more than a few of France�s hated aristocrats have escaped execution thanks to the actions of a dashing young Englishman known as the Scarlet Pimpernel (Anthony Andrews, Brideshead Revisited). One aristocrat interests him above all the rest, the beautiful Marguerite St. Just (Jane Seymour, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman). In his pursuit of Marguerite, he has a dangerous rival, Citizen Chauvelin (Ian McKellen, The Lord of the Rings, X-Men)�a revolutionary leader charged with tracking down the elusive Pimpernel. Based on the classic novel by Baroness Orczy, this adaptation of the swashbuckling tale aired on CBS and was nominated for three Emmy� Awards, including outstanding drama special.
Everything I wanted it to be. The best version of The Scarlet Pimpernel there is.Published 1 month ago by firstname.lastname@example.org
The storyline although different from the actual book, still made the movie enjoyable. Have been enjoying the VHS version for many years-DVD made it better!Published 21 months ago by charlene yoshimaru
My order went very well. Received with no problem. Love this movie. Loved it when I first saw it. If you are new to this you may find it sappy or campy, but if you like historical... Read morePublished on March 19 2011 by Lissa
Them Frenchies seek him everywhere.
Is he in Heaven?
Is he in Hell?
That damned elusive pimpernel. Read more
Period drama is a great look at revolutionary France. Costumes are elaborate and the locations are lush. Fun moments, as well, in between the beheadings. Have a look at this one!Published on May 20 2009 by Faye McConville
This is just an amazing movie! My entire family loves it; guys and girls, young and old. It's always exciting and comical, and even if the end isn't really historically correct,... Read morePublished on April 11 2009 by just a little bookworm