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Plunkett & Macleane

This is the story of two notorious highwaymen based on real life characters set in the 18th century.

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  • "Guns 1748"
  • "盜寶偷心3人行"
  • "Dao bao tou xin 3 ren xing"
  • "Plunket and Macleane"
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  • "Long before Butch and Sundance or Bonnie and Clyde, there was Will Plunkett and James Macleane - a pair of notorious and irreverent highwaymen who terrorized English aristocracy in the mid 1700's."
  • "Two notorious highwaymen, Plunkett (Robert Carlyle) and Macleane (Jonny Lee Miller) have joined forces to rob the wealthy and line their pockets. Plunkett dreams of traveling to America, and Macleane simply wants to sustain his high cost of living. When they hold up the coach of the Lord Chief Justice Gibson (Michael Gambon), things get complicated. Macleane falls for his beautiful niece, Lady Rebecca (Liv Tyler) and Gibson's second in command. Thief Taker General Chance (Ken Stott) pursue the two relentlessly. As capture and possible execution approach, the partners' daring and loyalty are pused to the limit."
  • "This is the story of two notorious highwaymen based on real life characters set in the 18th century."@en
  • "Two highwaymen dream of great things as they rob the wealthy of their jewels and money. But when they happen upon the coach of the Lord Chief Justice, life becomes more complicated than they imagined."@en
  • "Feature film from the UK. Action. In 18th-century England, The Gentlemen Highwaymen Will Plunkett and Captain James Macleane join forces to rob the rich, with General Chance hot on their heels."
  • "In 1700's England, Plunkett and Macleane combine forces to steal from the rich using Plunkett's street sense and Macleane's society connections. But their partnership as highwaymen hits a bump in the road when Macleane falls in love with one of their victims."
  • "In 1700's England, Plunkett and Macleane combine forces to steal from the rich using Plunkett's street sense and Macleane's society connections. But their partnership as highwaymen hits a bump in the road when Macleane falls in love with one of their victims."@en
  • "Om een overtocht naar Amerika te betalen gaat in 1794 Engeland's meest gezochte struikrover een overeenkomst aan met een berooide aristocraat."
  • ""Set in the 18th century: Plunkett & Macleane is the story of two notorious highwaymen based on real life characters. With Plunkett's (Robert Carlyle) brains and know-how and Macleane's (Johnny Lee Miller) social connections, they infiltrate wealthy society. After robbing the rich they line their pockets - for Plunkett to fulfil his dream and travel to America and for Macleans, to sustain his high cost of living. They hold up the coach of the Lord Chief Justice Gibson (Michael Gambon), Macleane falls in love with his beautiful and rebellious niece, Lady Rebecca Gibson (Liv Tyler). His charming manner quickly earns him the name 'The Gentleman Highwayman'. Gibson's second-in-command, Thief Taker General Chance (Ken Scott) also pursue's Rebecca's intentions in vain, but it is his relentless pursuit of 'The Gentleman Highwayman' that edges Plunkett and Macleane nearer to capture and possible execution at the famous Tyburn Tree. As danger approaches, the partners' daring and loyalty are pushed to the limit ..."--Container."
  • ""Plunkett and Macleane is the story of two notorious highwaymen based on real life characters. With Plunkett's brains and know-how and Macleane's social connections, they infiltrate wealthy society. After robbing the rich they line their pockets - for Plunkett to fulfil his dream and travel to America and for Macleane, to sustain his high cost of living. They hold up the coach of the Lord Chief Justive Gibson, Macleane falls in love with his beautiful and rebellious niece. His charming manner quickly earns him the name 'The Gentleman Highwayman'. Gibson's second-in-command, Thief Taker General Chance also pursues Rebecca's intentions in vain, but it is his relentless pursuit of 'The Gentleman Highwayman' that edges Plunkett and Macleane nearer to capture and possible execution at the famous Tyburn Tree. As danger approaches, the partners' daring and loyalty are pushed to the limit ..."--Container."

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  • "Action and adventure films"
  • "Crime"

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